Road Infrastructure in India 2011 | 6th December 2011 | Mumbai

Road Infrastructure in India 2011 | 6th December 2011 | Mumbai

 

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About The Event

India currently having 3.34 million Km of road network with world’s 2nd largest, it is one of the costeffective & ideal mode of transportation for freight & passengers, road carry nearly 65% of freight & 85% ofpassenger traffic.

Keeping in mind to build a target of 20 Km road per day (i.e. 7000 Km/year approximately) road MinisterShri C. P. Joshi has announced 7300km of contract in this fiscal year , worth about Rs. 57000 crores againstthe target of 10,000 Km & most of the contract planning to tendering under BOT (toll) projects. Governmenthas taken new Initiatives like

  1. PPP concessions with operation, Maintenance & tolling having a target of 4000 km by 2012
  2. NAHI has raise tax free bond worth Rs 10,000 crores
  3. Implementing Electronic Toll collection (ETC)
  4. GIS based satellite Imagery systems etc.

The NHDP which is being implemented in phases now looking to improve about 54500 km Major routes of national highway to meet international standards.

Objective:

Strategically designed & well structured technical sessions will deliver theexpertise knowledge to Indian road sector & to create perfect business platformhaving Indian government senior officials, Industry leaders, Innovators,experts, Investors, user community etc.

  • To understand government policy & legal Frame work in Road sector
  • To identify potential opportunities of investments & Development of roads
  • Lesson from others mistake i.e. from completed projects
  • Learn about new technologies, advance materials & Latest equipments forroad construction
  • Opportunities in road sector in next five years
  • Current status of PPP’s in road sector
  • Role of Privet investors in road sector
  • Role of PWD, Municipalities PMGSY & MSRDC in Development of roads inMaharashtra
  • To interact with experts/road developers/contractors/venders/investors
  • Networking with industry experts & key players in road sector

Speakers for the conference are:

  • Shri M.N.Sreehari, Advisor to Gov. of Karnataka for Traffic, Transportation & Infrastructure
  • Shri N.N.Kumar (IRS), Deputy Chairman, JNPT
  • Prof. Archana M R, RV College of Engineering
  • Mr. Alon Globus, Director, i-Tec-India
  • Mr. N.K.Sinha, Chairman, International Road Federation-India Chapter
  • Mr. Sudhir Thakre, CEO, Maharashtra Rural Road Development Association & Secretary of PMGSY-Maharashtra
  • Mr. Satish Pandse, President, Heiber Technologies - HCC
  • Mr. Sudhir Hosing, CEO, Reliance Infrastructure Limited
  • Mr. Rajesh Rohtagi, Sr. Transport Specialist, World Bank
  • Dr. Manoj Singh, Advisor (Transportation), Planning Commission (Invited)

For Road Development in 11th Plan, Planning Commission has provided an outlay of `106659 crores which includesGross budgetary support (GBS) `71830 croresInternal and Extra Budgetary Resource (IEBR) `34829 crores.


For 2011-2012 Planning Commission has provided an annual outlay of `27100 crores.


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Issue of Concern & Statistics

About 60 per cent of freight and 87.4 per cent passenger traffic is carried by road. Although NationalHighways constitute only about 1.7 per cent of the road network; it carries 40 per cent of the total road traffic.

National highway Development project has implemented in phases wise & improving of more than about 54,500 km ofmajor routs of National Highway Network to international Standards which includes

  • Improvement in road design
  • Modernization
  • Introducing latest material confirming to latest trends
  • Encouraging use of new technologies & Development etc

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