Nitin Gadkari, Union Road Transport and Highways Minister, will be inaugurating three national highway projects and lay the foundation stones for three others, at Jodhpur, Rajasthan. These six roads and highways projects will be build at a cost of Rs. 5,379 crore. The road projects, Nitin Gadkari would inaugurate include widening of Jaisalmer-Barmer section of NH-68, Barmer-Sanchor-Gujarat Border (up to Gandhav Bridge) section of NH-68 and Falodi-Jaisalmer section of NH-15 (New NH-11). These three projects involve a cost of Rs. 1,747.54 crore and have a total length of 398.171 km.
The Union Minister will be laying foundation stone of roads and highways projects which include widening of Dangiyavas-Keru-Nagaur section of Jodhpur Ring Road, Gagariya-Bawri Kalan-Sedwa-Bakhasar section of NH-925 and Sata-Gandhav section of NH-925A, and Munabav-Sundra-Myajlar-Dhanana-Asutar-Ghotaru-Tanot section of NH-70 having a total length of 545.456 km and involve a cost of Rs. 3,631.20 crore.
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