Support: +91-22-61011756 / help@projectstoday.com
Help
1. Boolean Searches :

i. AND - Shows results where both terms on either side of the 'AND' operator are present. 'AND' must be in upper case. For example search term - delhi AND metro result - It will return records in which 'delhi' as well as 'metro' both are present.

ii. OR - Shows results where either term (or both terms) is present. 'OR' must be in upper case. For example search term - delhi OR metro result - It will return records in which either 'delhi' or 'metro' or both are present

2. Proximity Searches

A proximity search looks for terms that are within a specific distance from one another. For example, search term - 'delhi metro'~10 result - It will search for records where 'delhi' and 'metro' are found within 10 words of each other

3. Phrase searches

You can search phrases using double quotes. for e.g. 'delhi metro' result - It will return records where 'delhi metro' phrase is found.

Work on Bengaluru-Chennai Expressway to begin in 2019

Tuesday, 23 Apr 2019
Share this on :

Ninety percent of the land has been acquired for the 262 km long Bengaluru-Chennai Expressway. The work on the project is expected to commence in 2019.

The tenders for the concessionaire under the hybrid annuity mode (HAM) are likely to be called in a couple of months.

The eight-lane road project runs through Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.

The concessionaire of the project will be given five months to tie up with banks, and construction work is expected to commence by 2019-end, at least in the Karnataka stretch, where tenders are expected by June 2019.

Karnataka has completed the land acquisition process, and public hearings have also been held by the neighbouring state’s pollution control board in the districts of Kolar and Bengaluru Rural.

The detailed project report (DPR) and land acquisition for Tamil Nadu are in final stages. The road runs through Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur and Vellore districts for a length of 98.32 km.

The road stretch begins at Hosekote (Karnataka) and covers a distance of 75.64 km within the state. The road will end at Sriperumbudur, from where it will be connected with the Chennai Outer Ring Road at Poonamallee via the NH-4 as an elevated road.

The new road project will reduce travel time between the two cities by half from the current six-hour journey.

 

 
Post Your Comments
 
 
   
 

 

 
  
Sign up to start your free trial
REGISTER AND GET STARTER KIT ABSOLUTELY FREE!

Free access to Project News and Analysis

Project and Tender Alert in your mailbox

Explore the largest Database on Projects for free

Be part of Online Projects Community

Username:

Start Exploring

Subscribe to any of our premium plans to

Access to complete information on 43000+ projects

Use our Notification service for instant update on projects and tenders

Closely monitor your opportunities with "WORKSPACE"

Use our online platform for promotions of your products and services