Amas – Darbhanga Expressway – Information & Status
230 km Amas – Darbhanga Expressway (NH-119D) by NHAI is an approved 4 lane access-controlled highway with a route alignment connecting Amas near Aurangabad – Patna – Darbhanga in Bihar.
This greenfield expressway under Bharatmala Pariyojna will serve as a north-south expressway through the middle of Bihar and link NH-2 to NH-57. In the future, the expressway will be extended north to Jayanagar on the Nepal border.
The project’s Detailed Project Report (DPR) was prepared by SA Infrastructure Consultants Pvt. Ltd. Land acquisition for the project started in 2020 and environmental clearance is currently pending.
- Total Estimated Cost: Rs. 5000 crore (approx.)
- Project’s Total Length: 230 km (approx.)
- Lanes: 6
- RoW: 60m
- Status: Approved
- Deadline: N/A
- Owner: National Highways Authority of India (NHAI)
- Project Model: Hybrid Annuity Model (HAM)
A PDF route map will be added here when available.
The expressway will connect Amas, Mathurapur, Guraru, Panchanpur, Bela, Ibrahimpur, Okri, Pabhera, Ramnagar, Sabalpur, Chaksikandar, Dabhaich, Bahuara, Shahpur Badhuni (Tajpur), Shivnandanpur ( Burhi Gandak), Basudevpur, Ramnagar (Laheriasarai), Bela and Nawada (Darbhanga).
Current Status: January 2022
Land acquisition is in final stage and bidding is underway for 3 civil construction packages.
Tenders & Contractors
Amas – Darbhanga Expressway has been divided into 4 civil packages each with a 24 month deadline.
|Package & Chainage||Contractor (Value)|
|Package 1 (55.002 km): Amas (on NH-02) (Ch.00.000) to village Shivrampur (Ch.55.002)||Bidding Underway – Technical bids to be opened Jan 25|
|Package 2 (54.322 km): Shivrampur (Ch. 55.002 Km) to Ramnagar (Ch. 109.324 km)||Bidding Underway – Technical bids to be opened Jan 25|
|Package 3 (47 km): Village Kalyanpur (Ch. 0.000) to village Balbhadarpur (Ch. 47.000)||Bidding Underway – Technical bids to be opened Feb 23|
|Package 4 (42.09 km): village Balbhadarpur (Ch 47.000) to Bela Nawda (Ch 89.090)||Tender Notice Pending|
Page last updated: January 10, 2022. Have a question or spot an error? Let me know here.