Roads

Agra - Lucknow Toll Road

The Uttar Pradesh Industrial Development Highways Authority (UPEIDA) contracted Ayesa to provide consultancy and supervisory services for the Agra-Lucknow toll road construction project in India.

This toll road runs from the city of Taj Mahal (Agra) to Lucknow (Nawab) with six lanes in each direction and 302 kilometres in length. Once built, it will be the longest toll road in India and the fastest connection between these two large cities.

With an average journey time of four hours, this new means of communication is also a powerful economic attraction to bring investment to the area and a major boost for the country's development and economy. In particular, the new infrastructure will connect the following cities: Agra, Firozabad, Mainpuri, Etawah, Auraiyya, Kannauj, Kanpur City, Unnao, Hardoi and Lucknow. It will also allow for a timely connection to New Delhi (NCR) through the Noida-Agra Yamuna toll road.

Construction works were initiated simultaneously in five points: Lucknow, Unnao, Firozabad, Kannauj and Agra. Ayesa will be entrusted with carrying out Project Management during the construction stage and included amongst its tasks are not only the overseeing of the construction process and advice on project management, but also legal and financial advice and the supervision of infrastructure maintenance.

Year
2015

Location
India

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