NHAI Awards Contract for 4-Laning of Panchkula-Yamunanagar Section of NH-73 (new NH-344) in Haryana.
The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has issued Letter of Award (LOA) for development of following section in the state of Haryana under NHDP Phase-III:
|NH No.||Section||Length||Total Project Cost||Concessionaire’s Name|
|NH-73 (new NH-344)||4 Laning of Panchkula-Yamunanagar Section from km 157.192 to km 176.400||19 km||Rs. 249 crore||M/s Gawar Construction Ltd.|
Panchkula and twin cities of Jagadhari and Yamunanagar are important commercial and industrial centres of Haryana. Development of Panchkula-Yamunanagar Section from km 157.192 to km 176.400will improve connectivity to various villages and towns and confer boost to the economy of the area by way of providing access to various places of business and tourist importance.
The existing 108 km long stretch of NH-73 (New NH 344) between Panchkula to Yamunanagar connects Haryana to state of Uttar Pradesh and passes through Barwala, Sahjadpur, Saha, Jagadhari cities. This highway passes through Khol-hi-raitan wild life sanctuary at two section from km 175.350 to km 176.00 & 177.090 to km 177.500 and leads to Saharanpur and Roorkee.
The project has been divided into three packages. Package-I and Package-II have already been awarded on EPC mode. The balance length of 19 km has now been awarded on EPC mode which starts from km 160.356 near Barwala town and ends at km 179.249 at Panchkula. The project would be completed in 24 months from the date of commencement of the project.
It will have 4 major Bridges, 3 major Junctions, 25 minor Junctions, 1 Flyover, 1 Vehicular Underpass, 1 Pedestrian Underpass, 2 Overhead Bridges for crossing, 10 Bus Bays and 9 km long service road on both sides.