National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has floated five tenders, collectively worth Rs. 7,797.13 crore, for a part of the Tharad-Ahmedabad Expressway project in Gujarat. Each of these tenders is for developing a six-lane, access-controlled section of the expressway under Hybrid Annuity Mode (HAM) as a package.
Package I is for development of a 43.5 Km long section of this expressway from Tharad to Khimana. This tender is worth Rs. 1,327.17 crore.
Package II entails development of a 40 Km section of the expressway connecting Khimana to Diodarda, at a cost of Rs. 1,524.67 crore.
Package III involves construction of this expressway further from Diodarda to Udalpur at a cost of Rs. 1,745.73 crore. This section is 43.5 Km in length.
Package V will connect Giyod to Bhuval, which forms a 40.303 Km stretch of the expressway, at a cost of Rs. 1,539.01 crore.
The last date to submit bids for all these packages is 13th December 2022.