Nitin Gadkari approves NH project worth Rs 410.83 Cr on EPC Mode in West Bengal
This corridor is acting as one of the prime corridors for the traffic plying from south Indian states and Odisha towards North Bengal and northeastern states, he added.
New Delhi: Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Shri Nitin Gadkari approved Rs 410.83 Crore for the construction of a 4-lane Raniganj Bypass with a length of 5.261 km on NH-14 (old NH-60) in Paschim Bardhaman district on EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) Mode in West Bengal.
In a series of tweets Shri Gadkari informed that NH-14 starts from its junction with NH-12 (Old NH 34) near Morgram connecting Rampur Hat, Siuri, Raniganj, Bankura, Garhbeta, and Salbani and terminating at its junction with NH-16 (Old NH 2) near Kharagpur in the West Bengal.
The Minister said the entire stretch is a 2-lane with a Paved Shoulder configuration. This corridor is acting as one of the prime corridors for the traffic plying from south Indian states and Odisha towards North Bengal and northeastern states, he added.
Shri Gadkari said it connects many important Industrial, religious & agricultural areas like Kharagpur, Midnapore, Chandrakona Road, Garbeta, Bishnupur, Bankura, Raniganj, Pandabeshwar, Dubrajpur, Suri, Rampurhat, Nalhati, etc.Read Also : SAIL supported Indian contingent of Special Olympics Bharat’s athletes
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