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Published:Monday, December 03, 2018 6:23 PM

Road Development and Scope in the State of Rajasthan

Rajasthan

The growth objective of the Rajasthan Road Sector Rejuvenation Project for India is to strengthen rural connectivity, increase road safety, and boost road sector management capacity of the state.

 We can divide project component in three different parts.

1.) The first component is rural connectivity improvement. This section will support construction of about 2500 kilometer (km) rural roads to provide connectivity to about 1,300 villages with population between 250 and 499 people in the areas of the state doesn’t come under Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) and introduce good practices of cost effective low volume technologies.

2.) The second component is road sector modernization and performance enhancement. This section will support implementation of a road sector modernization plan (RSMP) in the following key areas:

a.) Improved policy framework

b.) Modernization of engineering practices and business procedures

c.) Sustainable asset management

d.) Institutional and human resource development

e.) Preparing a pipeline of feasible projects for implementation and enhancing governance and accountability in public works department (PWD).

3.)  The third component is road safety management. This section will support the solidification of road safety management systems in Rajasthan with the objective of reducing the number of fatalities and serious injuries from traffic accidents in the state

Road Length in the State 2017-2018

S.no

Road Length in Rajasthan

Length in Km

1

National Highways

9271.2

2

State Highways

15116.85

Source: MoRTH, PWD Rajasthan

Summary Status of World Bank Financing (US$ Millions) as of April 30, 2018

Approval Date

Closing Date

Principal

Disbursed

Repayments

Interest, Charges & Fees

2013-10-29

2018-12-31

160.00

105.12

0.00

7.44

Source: World Bank

For up-gradation and improvement of riding quality of National Highways, an allocation of Rs 950 crore has been indicated for the year 2017-18. Against this allocation and expenditure of Rs. 770.68 cr. was made up to Jan. 18. The year-wise progress is as under:-

Progress of National Highways Works

Year

Progress during the Year

 

Length Completed (Kms)

Expenditure in (Crore)

2015-16

76.75

569.62

2016-17

133

950.54

2017-18

341.5

770.68

Source: MoRTH

Fund Allocated under RSHDP (Rajasthan State highway development program) by multilateral Agencies.

Rs. In Lakh

Agencies

B.E  2016-17

RE 2016-17

Exp 2016-17

Annual Schemes 2017-18

BE

RE

Exp. Up to Jan 18

RSHDP-I ADB

75000

100

99.43

44999.89

53056.87

13600.78

RSHDP-II WB

20000

0

0

0.14

50

0

RSHDP-III JICA

10000

0

0

0

0

0

Source: PWD Rajasthan

Progress of GGP (Gramin Gaurav Path) works new works 2014-15 to 2017-18
 

Sr No

Programme

Year

No. of works

Length in Kms.

Amount (Rs. in crore)

No. of works completed up to Jan. 18

Physical progress up to Jan 18

Exp. Up to Jan. 18 (Rs. Crore)

1

First Phase

2014-15

1973

1945.00

1021.29

1973

1726.36

873.11

2

Sccond Phase

2016-17

2092

2105.69

1258.27

1820

1857.74

725.43

3

Third Phase

2017-18

2086

2077.36

1200.00

88

330.29

86.60

4

Fourth Phase

2017-18

442

441.60

264.96

10

44.01

12.45

Total

6593

6569.65

3744.52

3891

3958.40

1697.59

Source: PWD Rajasthan

Safe Corridor - Rajasthan Road Sector Modernization Project (RRSMP)

Development of Deeg – Alwar – Behror Section of SH-14 as Safe Demonstration Corridor Project (SDCP) under RRSMP.

The Government of Rajasthan has received assistance from the World Bank for preparing and implementing the Rajasthan Road Sector Modernization Project (RRSMP).

Such projects will provide a major push to planned urbanization in the country besides providing a huge potential for employment, exports and industrial output, such development is going continuously through different projects such as MLP and CRF.

Accelerated NH Development under Central Road Fund (CRF) in Rajasthan

Year

Total Cost (INR Crs)

2010-14

734.03

2014-18

2,848.72

Source: MoRTH

Significant increase of 288% in cost of CRF works sanctioned for the up gradation & improvement of roads/ bridges in the State.

As per current scenario in India where infrastructure contribution is very much important for overall development of the country Rajasthan has 2nd highest road construction during 2017-18, rapid pace of National Highway development in Rajasthan has ensured seamless connectivity to Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh, 36 projects total length of 1009.47 kms is In planning stage and in the coming years projects worth Rs 2 lakh cr have been planned for Rajasthan.

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