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Jaipur Mahua Tollway Ltd.

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Jaipur Mahua Tollway Limited (JMTL) operates the 109 km stretch on the Jaipur Agra National Highway 21 (erstwhile NH 11) in the state of Rajasthan, under the Build Operate Transfer (BOT) scheme.

The Project stretch is a 25 year toll concession, awarded by NHAI, after competitive bidding in 2005 for widening of the existing two-lane road to a four-lane divided carriageway on Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) basis. The project has a well-established operational history of collecting toll since May 2009, with a remaining concession life of close to 11 years.

The Project road falls between Agra and Jaipur – two prominent tourist destinations both for domestic and international tourists. Additionally, JMTL has robust traffic of heavy commercial vehicles carrying construction materials from the mountain ranges of Rajasthan towards Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and parts of Delhi & National Capital Region (NCR). The project stretch remains an important route providing connectivity between NH 8 and NH 2, which form a part of the Golden Quadrilateral road network.

Mahua Bharatpur Expressways Ltd.

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Mahua Bharatpur Expressways Ltd. (MBEL) operates the 57 km stretch on the Jaipur Agra National Highway 21 (erstwhile NH 11) in the state of Rajasthan, under the Build Operate Transfer (BOT) scheme, linking Mahua to Bharatpur.

Along with JMTL, MBEL enables Cube Highways to operate a contiguous stretch of 166 kms connecting two growing urban centers of Jaipur and Agra on NH 11.

The project stretch is a 25-year concession, awarded by NHAI after competitive bidding in 2005 for widening of the existing two-lane road to a four-lane divided carriageway on Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) basis. The project has a well-established operational history of collecting tolls since May 2009, with a remaining concession life of close to 11 years.

MBEL continues to observe robust traffic growth owing to acceleration in the growth of heavy commercial vehicles carrying construction materials from the mountain ranges of Rajasthan towards Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and parts of Delhi & National Capital Region (NCR). The project stretch remains an important route providing connectivity between NH 8 and NH 2, which form a part of the Golden Quadrilateral road network.

Western UP Tollway Ltd.

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Western UP Tollway Limited (WUPTL) operates the 78 km four-lane operational toll road on National Highway 334 (erstwhile NH 58) connecting the two towns of Meerut and Muzaffarnagar, in the northern part of India on a Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) basis.

WUPTL has been operational since April 2011 with more than nine years of tolling history. The project stretch operates under a 20-year concession awarded by NHAI in 2005 for strengthening and widening of the existing two-lane road to a four-lane divided carriageway and has a remaining concession life of close to six years.

NH 58 connects the National Capital Region (NCR) to popular religious and scenic tourist destinations in Western Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. In addition, the road is also an important link for flow of construction material towards the NCR.

Andhra Pradesh Expressway Ltd.

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Andhra Pradesh Expressway Limited (APEL) operates the 75 km stretch between Kurnool and Kothakota on National Highway 44 (erstwhile NH 7), in the state of Andhra Pradesh / Telangana, under Build Operate Transfer (BOT) Annuity mode. The project stretch is a 20-year annuity project awarded after competitive bidding in 2005 for strengthening and widening a two-lane highway to a four-lane configuration. APEL yields fixed semi-annual payments from National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) with no exposure to the risk of volatility in traffic volume. The project has a remaining concession period of more than 6 years. The project commenced operations in September 2009 and has an established operational history of more than 10 years.

Narketpally Addanki Medarametala Expressway Ltd.

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NAM Expressway Limited (NAMEL) operates the 212 km, four-lane road stretch on State Highway-2 between the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, connecting Narketpally and Medarametla.

The project was awarded after competitive bidding in 2010 with a concession period of 24 years. The project has a well-established operational history of collecting tolls since March 2014 and has a remaining life of 14 years.

The road is a part of the North South road network in India and is the shortest route between Chennai and Hyderabad. It also provides the shortest connectivity between Hyderabad and the new capital city of Andhra Pradesh (Amravati).

Upcoming Projects 

Toll Operate Transfer (TOT) Projects

Hazaribagh Tollway Ltd. (HTL)
Jhansi Vigakhet Tollway Ltd. (JVTL)
Jhansi Lalitpur Tollway Ltd. (JLTL)
Kanyakumari Etturavattam Tollway Ltd. (KETL)
Nanguneri Kanyakumari Tollway Ltd. (NKTL)
Salaipudhur Madurai Tollway Ltd. (SMTL)
Madurai Kanyakumari Tollway Ltd. (MKTL)
Kotwa Muzaffarpur Tollway Ltd. (KMTL)
Lucknow Raebareli Tollway Ltd. (LRTL)

Hybrid Annuity Model (HAM) Projects

KNR Srirangam Infra Pvt. Ltd. (KSIPL)
KNR Tirumala Infra Pvt. Ltd. (KTIPL)
KNR Shankarampet Projects Pvt. Ltd. (KSPPL)
DBL Sangli Borgaon Highways Pvt. Ltd. (DSBHPL)
DBL Borgaon Watambare Highways Pvt. Ltd. (DBWHPL)
DBL Mangalwedha Solapur Highways Pvt. Ltd. (DMSHPL)
DBL Mangloor Highways Pvt. Ltd. (DMHPL)
DBL Chandikhole Bhadrak Highways Pvt. Ltd. (DCBHPL)

Build Operate Transfer (BOT) Projects

Delhi Agra Toll Road Private Ltd. (DATRPL)
KNR Walayar Tollways Private Ltd. (KWTPL)
Farakka Raiganj Highways Ltd. (FRHL)
Lanco Devihalli Highways Ltd. (LDHL)