Patna Kolkata Expressway Project Information and Status

The Patna Kolkata Expressway, proposed by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), is a greenfield project aimed at connecting Patna in Bihar with Kolkata in West Bengal. This 6-lane access-controlled highway, part of the Bharatmala Pariyojna (BMP) Phase 2, will provide a faster alternative to the congested National Highway NH-2.

Here are some key details regarding the Patna Kolkata Expressway:

Total Estimated Cost Rs. 18,000 crore (Indian Rupees)
Project Length Approximately 450 kilometers
Lanes 6
Current Status DPR Stage
Estimated Deadline Not specified
Owner/Agency National Highways Authority of India (NHAI)
Project Model Not specified

Route Map :

The expressway’s route alignment will pass through Bihar and West Bengal, providing improved connectivity and accessibility to various regions. It is expected to pass through six districts in Bihar and offer connectivity to Gaya and Darbhanga Airport. An official PDF route map will be made available to provide detailed information on the expressway’s path.

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Current Status:

Currently, the project is in the Detailed Project Report (DPR) stage, where the necessary reports and plans are being prepared. However, the land acquisition process has not yet begun.

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Tenders and Contractors Details:

Updates regarding tender notices and contractors for the construction of the expressway will be provided when available.

Please note that the provided information is based on the available details, and the project’s progress may lead to updates or changes in the future.

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