Funds Allocated to State Governments



Funds Allocated to State Governments 
The details of State/UT-wise allocation of funds for development of NHs for last three years and the current year are given below:

(Rs. in Crore)
S.
 State
Allocation
Expenditure
No.
2015-16#
2015-16#
1
Andhra Pradesh
110.00
60.64
2
Arunachal Pradesh
2.40
1.28
3
Assam
104.79
33.03
4
Bihar
230.24
253.73
5
Chandigarh
1.00
0.00
6
Chhattisgarh
52.69
17.41
7
Delhi
2.00
0.00
8
Goa
90.00
51.33
9
Gujarat
118.60
102.43
10
Haryana
58.00
53.49
11
Himachal Pradesh
120.00
60.10
12
Jammu & Kashmir
30.00
9.91
13
Jharkhand
70.00
17.46
14
Karnataka
135.44
106.54
15
Kerala
82.24
53.35
16
Madhya Pradesh
136.14
123.48
17
Maharashtra
54.71
43.73
18
Manipur
30.00
19.89
19
Meghalaya
11.00
4.35
20
Mizoram
38.00
17.81
21
Nagaland
80.00
23.56
22
Odisha
250.00
110.41
23
Puducherry
13.00
6.13
24
Punjab
132.00
96.89
25
Rajasthan
235.18
171.26
26
Tamil Nadu
174.02
135.53
27
Telangana
91.00
55.08
28
Tripura
28.00
0.00
29
Uttar Pradesh
227.27
244.53
30
Uttarakhand
116.68
90.01
31
West Bengal
263.00
241.16
32
Andaman & Nicobar Islands
5.00
0.35
33
 National Highways Authority of India (NHAI)*
72,114.59
26,941.04
34
Border Roads Organization (BRO)*
0.00
0.00
35
 Special Accelerated Road Development Programme for North-East Region (SARDP-NE) including Arunachal Package* 
4,000.00
2,753.19
36
 Special Programme for development of Roads In Left Wing Extremism affected Area (LWE)*
1,200.00
400.45
37
 EAP
600.00
219.23

 Total
81,006.99
32,518.78
  
 Requirement of funds are reviewed from time to time to ensure that no work suffers for want of fund. The responsibility of development of NHs rests with the Central Government. All funds are provided by the Union Government.

This information was given by Minister of State for Road Transport & Highways,       Shri Pon. Radhakrishnan in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha today. 

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Action Plan to Minimize Road Accidents 
United Nations had promulgated the UN Decade of Action targeting to reduce road accidents by 50% by the year 2020. All member countries of the UN including India are committed to this Mission, for which this Ministry is making efforts to enhance road safety on our highways, in collaboration with the states. Besides, Ministry of Road Transport & Highways have prepared a draft Action Plan for Road Safety based on the guidelines issued by the United Nations under Decade of Action for Road Safety. The same has been forwarded to the state governments with request to prepare action plan in respect of their state to improve Road Safety.

This information was given by Minister of State for Road Transport & Highways, Shri Pon. Radhakrishnan in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha today. 
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Six/Eight Laning of National Highways in Gujarat 
Details of highways widened/converted into six/eight lane during the last three years in Gujarat is given below:

Sr. no
Name of the Stretch
NH No.
Length in km
4L/6L
1
Jetpur-Somnath section
8D
123.45
4L
2
Jetpur-Gondal Rajkot section
8B
68.00
4L
3
Gandhidham (Kandla)-Mundra port Section
8A(Extn.)
71.40
4L
4
Samakhiyali-Gandhidham section
8A
56.16
6L
5
Palanpur Swaroopganj Section
NH 14
76.00
4L
6
Surat-Dahisar section
NH 8
239.00
6L
7
Gujarat/Maharashtra Border to  Surat-Hazira Port section
NH 6
133.00
4L
8
Ahmedabad-Vadodara section
(i)     National Expressway-1
(ii)   NH-8

NE 1
NH 8

93.302
102.300

4L
6L
9
Vadodara-Bharuch section
NH 8
83.00
6L 
10
Bharuch-Surat Section
NH 8
65.00
6L
11
Ahmedabad-Godhra section
NH 59
118.00
4L
12
Godhra-Gujart/MP Border section
NH 59
87.00
4L
13
Ratanpur-Ahmedabad Section
NH-8
126.820
4L
14
Rajkot-Bamanbore Section
NH 8B
75.00
4L
15
Bamanbore-Garamore Section
NH 8 A
71.40
4L
16
Garamore- Samakhiali Section
NH 8A
52.00
4L
17
Palanpur-Radhanpur Section
NH 14
118.00
4L
18
Radhanpur-Samakhiali Section
NH 15
143.00
4L
19
Porbandar-Bhiladi-Jetpur Section
NH 8B
115.64
4L


There is no proposal to widen NH-8D to 6 lane. However, NH-8E is proposed to be widened from 2-lane to 4-lane. Details of Highways widened/converted into 6/8 lane during last 3 years are given below:

Sr. no
Name of the Stretch
NH No.
Length in km
4L/6L/8L
1
Ahmedabad-Vadodara section

NH-8
97.00
Widened to 6L
2
Surat-Dahisar section
NH-8
238.50
Widened to 6L
3
Samakhiali-Gandhidham Section
NH 8A
55.00
Widened to 6L






This information was given by Minister of State for Road Transport & Highways,       Shri Pon. Radhakrishnan in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha today. 

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Vehicular Movement on NH-212 
As per the decisions of Deputy Commissioner, Chamrajnagara and upheld by the Hon’ble High Court of Karnataka, the traffic movement in about 20 km stretch of NH-212 between Gundlupet and Sulthan Batheri Road is banned during night from 2000 Hrs to 0600 Hrs in the interest of peaceful existence of wildlife in the Bandipur Tiger Reserve. There is no such proposal for construction of tunnel in this stretch of NH-212.

This information was given by Minister of State for Road Transport & Highways, Shri Pon. Radhakrishnan in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha today. 
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