Expressway Project in India

The Bundelkhand Expressway is an under construction 296 Kilometre, four lane access controlled expressway in India’s Uttar Pradesh state. This expressway will link the Bundelkhand area from national capital Delhi through Agra-Lucknow expressway and Yamuna expressway as well as will play a vital role in the development of Bundelkhand area. As per UPEIDA, the starting point of the project is near Bharatkoop at Jhansi-Allahabad National Highway Number-35 in district Chitrakoot.The ending point of the project is near village Kudrail in district Etawah on Agra-Lucknow expressway. This expressway will be of 4 lanes (Expandable up to 6 lanes) with 6 lanes wider structures. Width of ROW (Right Of Way) of the project is 110 Meter; a service road of 3.75 M width will be constructed at one side of the expressway in staggered form so that residents of nearby villages of the project area may get a smooth transportation facility. The proposed structures include 4 Rail Over Bridges, 14 Large bridges, 06 Toll Plazas, 7 Ramp Plaza, 266 small bridges and 18 Flyovers. The project is divided into 6 packages and being taken up on EPC mode. The project cost is Rs. 7760 crore. The work has resumed in April 2020.

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