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Major bridge likely in Sadiya

By Spl Correspondent

NEW DELHI, Feb 11 � In keeping with the move to build up infrastructure facilities, the Empowered Group of Ministers (EGoM) on Road Sector has endorsed the proposal for construction of a major bridge between Dhola and Sadiya in Assam along with connecting roads covering a total length of 25.8 km.

The EGoM also approved the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways for the four BOT (Annuity) Projects in Arunachal Pradesh for consideration by Cabinet Committee on Infrastructure (CCI) at its third meeting held on Wednesday.

The proposal also includes construction of five bridges across Debang valley system and a bridge at Alubarighat along with connecting roads covering about 31 km. It will now be considered by CCI. The estimated total cost of these four projects is Rs. 500 crore.

The four projects include two laning of Trans-Arunachal Highway from Nichipu to Hoj (311 km), besides two laning of Trans-Arunachal Highways from Potin to Pangin (407 km).

The committee headed by Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee also endorsed the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways� proposal for transferring of 22 roads of 1,119 km length from Phase-B to Phase-A of SARDP-NE and to add six additional State Roads to Phase�A.

The EGoM also approved the implementation of these 28 roads under Phase-A at an estimated cost of Rs 6,866 crore. It also approved adding one more road to Phase-B and to modify the scope of Phase-B to cover preparation of DPR for 35 roads of 3,723km length. This endorsement was done subject to the condition that the total expenditure on SARDP-NE during the 11th Plan would be kept within the outlay approved by the Planning Commission for this purpose.

EGoM on Road sector has been set up by the Government to consider the financing plan for NHDP for 2010-11 onwards for further action.

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Major bridge likely in Sadiya

NEW DELHI, Feb 11 � In keeping with the move to build up infrastructure facilities, the Empowered Group of Ministers (EGoM) on Road Sector has endorsed the proposal for construction of a major bridge between Dhola and Sadiya in Assam along with connecting roads covering a total length of 25.8 km.

The EGoM also approved the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways for the four BOT (Annuity) Projects in Arunachal Pradesh for consideration by Cabinet Committee on Infrastructure (CCI) at its third meeting held on Wednesday.

The proposal also includes construction of five bridges across Debang valley system and a bridge at Alubarighat along with connecting roads covering about 31 km. It will now be considered by CCI. The estimated total cost of these four projects is Rs. 500 crore.

The four projects include two laning of Trans-Arunachal Highway from Nichipu to Hoj (311 km), besides two laning of Trans-Arunachal Highways from Potin to Pangin (407 km).

The committee headed by Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee also endorsed the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways� proposal for transferring of 22 roads of 1,119 km length from Phase-B to Phase-A of SARDP-NE and to add six additional State Roads to Phase�A.

The EGoM also approved the implementation of these 28 roads under Phase-A at an estimated cost of Rs 6,866 crore. It also approved adding one more road to Phase-B and to modify the scope of Phase-B to cover preparation of DPR for 35 roads of 3,723km length. This endorsement was done subject to the condition that the total expenditure on SARDP-NE during the 11th Plan would be kept within the outlay approved by the Planning Commission for this purpose.

EGoM on Road sector has been set up by the Government to consider the financing plan for NHDP for 2010-11 onwards for further action.

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