The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has been spearheading the Central government’s campaign to modernise the country’s highways and enhance trade and commerce and has initiated several domestic mega infrastructure projects with success. A few of these are -Electronic Toll Collection, Incident Management System, and Wayside Amenities. In early 2018, it kicked off a cluster project – Bharatmala Pariyojna – to subsume all these mega-projects and construct National Highways and economic corridors of more than 50,000 km to bridge rural and urban India.
Besides developing the country’s inland economy and attempting to bring prominence to its remote economic zones, the National Highways Authority of India also is helping the nation expand its footprint outwards with its ongoing India-Myanmar-Thailand Trilateral Highway (IMTTH). The Trilateral Highway is being constructed as part of India’s Look East policy to bolster trade and commerce besides business, health, education, and toucontinue reading →