Ambala Kotputli Economic Corridor Project Information, Route Map, Details and Updates

The Ambala-Kotputli Economic Corridor is a 313 km highway project in India, also known as the Ambala-Kotputli Expressway. It is a 6-lane partially access-controlled highway developed by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI). The project is a combination of brownfield upgrade and greenfield construction, and it is part of the Bharatmala Pariyojana Phase-I program.

Ambala Kotputli Economic Corridor
Ambala Kotputli Economic Corridor

Key details of the Ambala Kotputli Economic Corridor project include:

Estimated Cost Rs. 11,000 crore
Total Length 313 km
Greenfield Section 227 km
Lanes 6
Current Status Operational
Deadline March 2022
Opening Date August 1, 2022
Owner National Highways Authority of India (NHAI)
Project Model EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction)

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The Ambala-Kotputli Economic Corridor comprises four road projects:

  1. Ambala-Ismailabad Expressway: This is a 42.5 km brownfield upgrade of NH-152.
  2. Trans Haryana Expressway: This is a 227 km greenfield section.
  3. Narnaul Bypass: This involves a 14 km brownfield upgrade of a stretch in Narnaul.
  4. NH 148B Section: This includes a 30 km brownfield upgrade from Narnaul to Paniyala Mod (NH-48) near Kotputli.

The project aims to provide a north-south route within Haryana and features 6 way-side amenities and an advanced traffic management system.

All the four expressways in Ambala Kotputli Economic Corridor can be seen here in the above interactive map.

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