14 road projects worth Rs 670 crores approved for Jharkhand

MORTH has sanctioned 14 road projects of 127.93 kilometres at the cost of over Rs 670 crores for Jharkhand in 2020-21

47
NITIN GADKARI, stone foundation

The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways(MORTH) has sanctioned 14 road projects of 127.93 kilometres at the cost of over Rs 670 crores for Jharkhand in 2020-21, informed Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on Wednesday.

In a series of tweets, Gadkari said that the projects include the strengthening and reconstruction of a section of the National Highway (NH)-333A at a cost of 76.5 crores, and strengthening and widening of a section of NH-143B at a cost of 81.59 crores.

“Strengthening of a section of NH-100 in the state of Jharkhand has been sanctioned at a cost of Rs 18.07 crores. Widening and strengthening to 2-Lane with paved shoulder, section of National Highway between Dumka to Basukinath on NH – 114A in the state of Jharkhand has been sanctioned at a cost of Rs 148.24 crores,” the union minister tweeted.

Strengthening work of section of NH-218 has been sanctioned at a cost of Rs 85.28 crores, while construction of three ROB at km 198, 204 and 209 on NH-114A has been sanctioned at a cost of Rs 134.58 crores.

Construction of ROB at km 116 on NH-99 and km 11 on NH-419 has been sanctioned at a cost of Rs 42.84 crores and Rs 38.27 crores respectively.

Rs 4.46 crores have also been sanctioned for the rehabilitation of two bridges at km 245 and 260 on NH-114A and at km 46 on NH-419, while widening and re construction of Minor Bridge on Km 23, Km 33, Km 35, Km 41 on NH-220 has been sanctioned at a cost of Rs 19.32 crores.