India's road network transports 64.5% of all goods in the country, and 90% of all passenger traffic.

27 km

of new highway built per day in 2018-19.

66,100 km

of economic corridors and roads being built.

US$18.5bn

Value of projects for over 7,400 km of roads and highways, launched in 2018-19.

2,345 km

national highway built during April-August 2018.

Bharatmala Pariyojana

to set up around 84,000 km of new highways across India by 2022.

US$1.4trn

investment in infrastructure by 2025 with a big portion of it going to connectivity projects.

125,000 km

of road length to be upgraded by 2024 at a cost of US$12 billion.

US$22.4bn

to be invested on road infrastructure in India's North-East region by 2018-2020.

3,396 km

of projects awarded under the hybrid annuity model; 209 km on toll model.

US$107.8bn

Allocation for construction of new roads and highways over the next five years.

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bridges have been constructed by the Border Roads Organization in States including Jammu & Kashmir and Sikkim.

Indian Roads Congress

secygen.irc@gov.in

+91-11-2618 5303

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A national forum to share knowledge, experiences and expertise collectively on the road sector

INFRACON

support-infracon@gov.in

+91-11-23461600

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The portal has been developed as a comprehensive national portal for infrastructure consultancy firms and key personnel.

National Highways Authority of India

chairman@nhai.org

+91-11-25074100 & 25074200

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NHAI develops, maintains and manages 50,329 km of national highways.

Association of State Road Transport Undertakings

asrtu@del2.vsnl.net.in

+91-11-43294294

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ASRTU collectively operates about 150,000 buses, providing gainful employment to 1m people.

investment opportunities

  • 75 national highway projects have been identified under Toll-Operate-Transfer (TOT) model.
  • Construction of roads under the TOT and hybrid annuity mode offer investment opportunities.
  • Government has plans to boost rural infrastructure with Gram Sadak Yojana programme.
  • India has a well-developed framework for Public-Private-Partnerships (PPP) in the highways sector.

key investors

India has a well-oiled enterprise promoting machinery that is backed by strong legislative, judiciary, executive and capital establishments

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