Gadkari launches 11 Rs 5,600 NH projects in Rajasthan

Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways, inaugurated and laid the groundwork for 11 NH projects worth Rs 5600 crore in Pratapgarh, Rajasthan.

Four national highway projects totaling 219 km and costing 3,775 crore rupees were inaugurated in Rajasthan today. This six-lane project from the Kishangarh to Gulbapura section of National Highway 48 will accelerate the economic and social development of Ajmer and Bhilwara districts.

The six-lane section from Gulabpura to Chittorgarh will strengthen the interconnection of the regions of Udaipur, Jaipur and Kota in Bhilwara and Chittorgarh districts. The construction of a four-lane ROB on National Highway 162A in Fatehnagar will solve the problem of railroad crossing congestion.

The construction of a high bridge over the Chambal River in Mandrayal under CRIF was inaugurated today. The construction of this bridge will keep the connection between Mandrayal, Karauli in Rajasthan and Sabalgarh in Madhya Pradesh.

Today also saw the groundbreaking of seven projects costing Rs 1850 crore for a total length of 221km. These projects will provide a direct link from the famous religious site of Nathdwara to Udaipur Airport.

The construction of the Pratapgarh Bypass will ease traffic pressure within the city. The construction of the Raas to Biaora road will ease traffic towards Bhilwara. The tribal areas of Dungarpur, Udaipur and Banswara regions will be better connected.

Construction of bypass roads at Sangwara and Garhi will shorten Dungarpur-Banswara distance by 10 km. To protect wildlife, thirteen animal shelters will be built at the Todgarh Wildlife Sanctuary on the Beawar-Gomti road.

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