MoRTH inaugurates various road projects in West Bengal

MoRTH has inaugurated various road projects in West Bengal. The Raiganj-Dalkhola Four Laning Highway Project (NH-34) involved the four laning of the existing two lane stretch connecting Raiganj to Dalkhola from 398 km to 452.75 km of NH-34 at an estimated cost of Rs 9.62 billion. The Dalkhola Four Lane Bypass Project (NH-34) involved the construction of a 5 km-long four lane bypass in Dalkhola town at an estimated cost of Rs 1.2 billion. The Chichra-Kharagpur Four Laning Road Project (NH-6) involved the four laning of the Chichra-Kharagpur stretch of the NH-6 from 185.15 km to 134.4 km, including the rehabilitation of the existing four lane road from 134.4 km to 129.6 km on a EPC basis under Phase III of the NHDP at an estimated cost of Rs 6.13 billion. Lastly, the Oodlabari and Maynaguri Two Lane Road Over Bridge (ROB) Project involved the construction of a two lane ROB to replace the level crossing at 615.5 km of NH-31 at Oodlabari, and an ROB in lieu of a level crossing at 661.1 km on NH-31 at Maynaguri.