NHAI clears contractors' bills worth Rs 25,000 crore
The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has cleared bills worth Rs 25,000 crore owed to contractors in March 2020, expediting the process in the last one week after construction activity came to a grinding halt due to the national lockdown post Covid-19.
JK highway closed for 5th day as MHAI intensifies clearance operations
Over 1,100 trucks carrying essential commodities to the Valley and tho...
Covid-19: NHAI makes way for distributing food to migrants at toll plazas
In a meeting held on Saturday NHAI has asked toll operators to make...
Investors hit hard by steep fall in toll collections
The road transport and highways ministry had on March 25 directed the National Highways Authority of India to suspend toll collections across India till April 14.
Covid-19: NHAI to stop collecting toll across national highways during lockdown
In a letter issued to NHAI, the ministry of road transport and highways said that “commercial and private establishments shall be closed down for a period of 21 days with effect from March 25 for containment of Covid-19 epidemic in the country,” further asking the authority to therefore comply with the orders.
Toll collection in current, next fiscal to be adversely impacted as operations halted: ICRA
In a letter issued to the NHAI on Wednesday, the ministry of road transport and highways said that the MHA in a order stated that “commercial and private establishments shall be closed down for a period of 21 days with effect from 25.03.2020 for containment of Covid-19 epidemic in the country,” further asking the authority to therefore comply with the orders.
Ashoka Buildcon arm executes concession pact with NHAI for Rs 1,036 crore road project
New Delhi, Mar 20 () Ashoka Buildcon on Friday announced the execution of a concession agreement with NHAI for a Rs 1,035.5 crore road project in Karnataka.
Covid-19 hits highway monetisation plan
The national highways building authority has extended the fourth round of auction to monetise operational highways to April, as investors adopt a wait-and-watch mode before deciding on long-term investments.
PNC Infratech bags Rs 3,582 cr orders from NHAI
In a filing to the BSE, PNC Infratech Ltd said it has received "letters of award (LOA) from National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) on March 9, 2020, for the project of four-laning of the Aligarh-Kanpur section from 356 km (design chainage 373.085 km) to 414 km (design chainage 433.728 km).
Adani Enterprises wins Rs 1,546-cr project from NHAI
The company's bid project cost for the 17.88 km project was Rs 1,546.31 crore, the company said, adding it will be completed in 2.5 years.
Covid-19 impact: National highways toll collection halves in one week
Latest data from the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) shows that toll collected through FASTags, which now account for almost 70% of the transactions across the country, fell 50% on Sunday compared to last week. Toll collected via FASTags on Sunday stood at Rs 33.12 crore, a 48% dip as compared to the Sunday before. On an average, daily toll collection across National highways is Rs 85 crores.
Realtors, oil companies evince interest in NHAI land
The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) is planning to augment its toll revenue by monetising a part of land parcels it acquired saalong its flagship Delhi-Mumbai expressway to begin with.
Digitising transit payments key to a cashless economy
Most Indians are hassled by long queues at ticket counters, toll plazas, bus stops, petrol pumps and even at parking stations to purchase tickets; taking the wallet out, counting the currency, and more often than not getting the due back because the person at the counter doesn’t have the ‘change.’
Finance Ministry's rule change may hit 1,000 km road projects
As a norm, any PPP project costing over Rs 2,000 crore is sent to the PPP Appraisal Committee and then to the Cabinet for its nod. However, PPP projects up to Rs 2,000 crore are appraised and approved by the highways ministry’s Standing Finance Committee. To keep large projects under the finance ministry-set threshold, the highways ministry has been bifurcating large projects.
Sebi revises investment manager eligibility norms for InvITs; allows fast-track rights issuance
Sebi has allowed a combined relevant experience of at least 30 years.
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