Mumbai: The state government and National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) informed the Bombay high court that all the potholes on the Mumbai-Goa highway would be filled up by September 5.
MUMBAI: Devotees visiting the Basilica of Our Lady of the Mount during the Bandra Fair in September are likely to face inconvenience as the road leading to the fair is pockmarked due to the resurfacing of several potholes. Alleging that the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) contractor’s ‘shoddy work’ has resulted in craters, local residents have…
New Delhi: The government is considering a buyback policy for National Highways and a draft has been sent for legal opinion, the Parliament was informed on Thursday.
Mumbai: Just a day after the city witnessed the partial collapse of a pedestrian pathway of the rail overbridge (ROB) at Andheri, another bridge at Grant Road developed cracks causing panic among people and motorists on Wednesday. The bridge was immediately shut down, but the crack was found to be a minor one and the…
Mumbai: Barely a month since the onset of the monsoon and there are already craters galore on city roads. In about a fortnight, potholes have surfaced at as many as 316 places in the city. However, the BMC has been able to attend to only 60 per cent of pothole complaints, so far.
New Delhi: Minister of Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari will meet the country’s top bankers in Mumbai on Friday where he will make a presentation on the performance of the highways sector in the past four
Mumbai: The second phase of investigation into the road repair scam by the Brihanmumbai Munici-pal Corporation (BMC) has found nearly 100 per cent irregularities in road repair and reconstruction. So much so, that it has recommended sacking of six engineers (including four from the first phase) for their alleged involvement in the scam.
New Delhi: Amid the continuing military standoff with China at Doklam in the Bhutanese territory, India has decided to speed up the construction of border roads in the eastern sector leading to the Sino-Indian border in the face of delays and to remove bottlenecks.
New Delhi: Concerned over inordinate delays in the construction of strategic roads along the India-China border, the defence ministry has delegated more administrative and financial powers to the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) for the speedy completion of the projects.
New Delhi: As many as 322 infrastructure projects worth Rs 150 crore or above each have seen cost overrun of Rs 1.71 lakh crore due to delays and other reasons by March 2017, according to a report.