The NHAI and AETPL (AE Tollway Private Limited) (a Concessionaire), a SPV of IRB Infrastructure Developers Ltd., consented to a Concession Arrangement on September 1, 2015 to fabricate, work, and keep up with the Agra Etawah Bypass NH 2 Project. The Project's franchise season is as yet far off from the Appointed Date. During this time, the concessionaire is allowed to gather the whole purchaser cost from street clients.
On BOT proof or a DBFOT plan, AETPL was finished to grow a 124.52 km segment of NH 2 among Agra and Etawah in Uttar Pradesh from four to six paths. The Agra Etawah Toll Road Project traverses NH 2 from mile 199.66 to km 323.525.
Coming up next are the highlights of the project:
124.52 kilometers of six-path interstate
747 km of path
The association street is 84.725 kilometers long.
Slip street with a complete length of 30.282 kilometers
Three gigantic extensions
30 minor increases
There are 7 flyovers all out.
Over-ranges on 7 rail courses
Obstructions to 3.08 km of commotion
A 44.68-kilometer stretch of cleared street with lights
There are 213 courses accessible.
There are an aggregate of 12 vehicular underpasses.
There are ten light vehicle underpasses.
6 men were killed while strolling underpasses.
There are 164 get together aggregate.
4 truck stoppages
There are 22 vehicle straights.
2 courts with a cost
The project cost, as per FASTag, is Rs.3,244 crores.
The concession period is 24 years.
NH 2 is a long National Highway in India that stumbles into the territories of Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, and West Bengal. It is otherwise called Delhi-Kolkata Street.
The Agra Etawah Toll Road Project is basic for the NHAI's generally significant and notable Golden Quadrilateral project. The proposed expressway goes through the Uttar Pradesh urban communities of Agra, Firozabad, Mainpuri, and Etawah. Agra, Etmadpur, Firozabad, Shikohabad, Jaswantnagar, and Etawah are clearly significant towns/metropolitan installments.
Agra is an apparent area on the campaign business map, with three social tourist spots - the Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri, and Red Post - and a fourth world legacy site, the Bharatpur National Park bird asylum. The errand of laying out a world legacy site has been suggested for Akbar's Tomb at Sikandra and Itmad-ud Daula's covering site.