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Ambala - Chandigarh
Highways Ambala - Chandigarh

GMR Group’s Ambala-Chandigarh highway is a 35 km stretch on NH21 & NH22 executed on a BOT Toll model for a concession period of 20 years. The project was completed as scheduled in two and a half years and was inaugurated in December 2008.

The scope of the project, won through an international competitive bid from the NHAI included widening of the existing 2-lanes to 4-lanes and improvement, operation and maintenance, rehabilitation and strengthening of the existing road. This project was GMR Group’s first highway project in North India.

ambala_chandigarh_1 ambala_chandigarh_2 The Ambala - Chandigarh stretch has one of the highest traffic densities in the country, catering to vehicular traffic between Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and New Delhi. Four laning of this road has eased the traffic congestion and provided a tremendous boost to trade and commerce in the region. Apart from reduction in travel time, this road has also improved safety levels for travellers since it has been built as per world-class specifications. There is a 12-lane state of the art toll plaza for toll collection.

Location NH 21/22, Punjab & Haryana
Length 35 km
Client's Name National Highways Authority of India (NHAI)
Concession Model Build, Own, Transfer (BOT)
Pricing Model Toll
Project Value Rs. 298 crores
CA Signing November 2005
Appointed Date May 2006
COD November 2008
Concession Period 20 years
No of Toll Plaza 1
We own 74.0% of each of the Tuni-Anakapalli road project and the Tambaram-Tindivanam road project, and 100% of each of the Adloor Yellareddy-Kalkallu road project, the Ambala-Chandigarh road project, the Faruknagar-Jadcherla road project, and the Tindivanam-Ulunderpet road project.