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.


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.


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.


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.


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


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

Indian Roads Congress

+91-11-2618 5303

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



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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

+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


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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


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