Amritsar – Jamnagar Economic Corridor – Information & Status
1256 km Amritsar – Jamnagar Economic Corridor (NH-754 & EC-3), also known as Amritsar – Jamnagar Expressway, is an under construction 4-6 lane partially access-controlled highway by NHAI with a route alignment through Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan and Gujarat.
915.85 km of this highway will built on a greenfield alignment, while the rest will be built by upgrading existing national highways. Construction work on its greenfield section started in 2019 with a primary goal to improve the efficiency of freight movement and boost exports.
The project is being developed under the Bharatmala Pariyojana Phase-I program. Its feasibility report and detailed project report (DPR) were prepared by Chaitanya Projects Consultancy, Pentacle Consultants, K & J Consultants and STUP Consultants.
- Total Estimated Cost: Rs. 80,000 crore
- Project’s Total Length: 1256.951 km
- Lanes: 4-6
- Current Status: Under Construction, Bidding Underway & Land Acquisition Underway
- Deadline: 2025
- Owner: National Highways Authority of India (NHAI)
- Project Model: Engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) and Hybrid Annuity Mode (HAM)
When ready, the distance from Amritsar to Jamnagar will reduce from 1,430 km to 1,256 kilometres and cut down the travel time from 26 hours to about 13 hours.
The Amritsar – Jamnagar Economic Corridor project starts from village Tibba (Kapurthala District) on the Delhi – Amritsar Expressway and ends in Jamnagar. Along the way it connects Bhatinda, Chautala, Rasisar, Deogarh, Sanchore, Santalpur and Malia.
The entire project has been divided up into 8 sections. The following map from the government’s environment clearance site displays its alignment and different sections (view PDF map here)
The project has been divided into 8 sections (5 greenfield and 3 brownfield upgrades) with a total of 30 packages.
Amritsar – Bathinda Expressway
This 154.866 km 6 lane greenfield section (NH-754A) in Punjab consists of 3 civil packages – each with a 2 year construction deadline. This was originally planned as a 196 km brownfield upgrade of NH-54, but changed to greenfield in 2020.
|Package 1 (39 km): From village Tiba on NE-5A to junction with Moga Jalandhar Road (NH-703) near Dharmkot (from km 0+000 to 39+000)||Bid Submission Deadline: April 19|
|Package 2 (54 km): Junction with Moga Jalaandhar Road (NH-703) near Dharmkot to Junction withBhata Bhai Ka-Bhadaur Road near Dyalpura Bhai Ka (from 39+000 to km 93+000)||Bid Submission Deadline: April 19|
|Package 3 (61.866 km): Junction with Bhagta Bhai Ka-Bhadaur Road near Dyalpura Bhai Ka to Junction with Mandi Dabwali Bathinda Road on Nh-54 near Sangat Kalan (km 93+000 to 154+866)||Bid Submission Deadline: April 19|
Amritsar – Bathinda greenfield expressway’s alignment is shown in blue:
Bathinda – Sangariya / Chautala Section
An 85.10 km section of the existing 2 lane NH-54 will be upgraded to 4 lane configuration. It traverses Punjab – Rajasthan and will not be access-controlled.
Sangariya / Chautala – Rasisar Expressway
This 252.80 km greenfield section (NH-754K) is being built as a 6 lane access-controlled road from Chautala in Sirsa district of Haryana to Rasisar in Bikaner district of Rajasthan. It consists of 9 civil packages, each with a 2 year deadline.
|Package (length): chainage||Contractor|
|Package 1 (29 km): km 0.300 to km 28.700||Krishna Constructions|
|Package 2 (24 km): km 28.700 to km 53.000||Winner Unknown|
|Package 3 (24 km): km 53.000 to km 88.000||Krishna Constructions|
|Package 4 (27 km): km 88.000 to km 115.000||Krishna Constructions|
|Package 5 (27 km): km 115.000 to km 140.000||Raj Shyama Constructions|
|Package 6 (30 km): km 140.000 to km 170.000||Gawar Constructions|
|Package 7 (25 km): km 170.000 to km 200.000||Rajendra Singh Bhamboo Infra – AG Constructor JV|
|Package 8 (25 km)||VRC Construction (India) – S&P Infrastructure Developers|
|Package 9 (28 km)||Raj Shyama Constructions – RCC Developers|
Rasisar – Deogarh Expressway
This 175.758 km greenfield section (NH-754K) is being built as a 6 lane access-controlled road from Rasisar, Bikaner to Deogarh, Jodhpur, Rajasthan. It consists of 6 civil packages, each with a 2 year deadline.
|Package (length): chainage||Contractor|
|Package 1 (28 km): km 1.900 to km 30.000||NKC Projects|
|Package 2 (30 km): km 30.000 to km 60.000||NKC Projects|
|Package 3 (30 km): km 60.000 to km 90.000||NKC Projects|
|Package 4 (30 km): km 90.000 to km 120.000||VRC-VCL-CIL JV|
|Package 5 (28 km): km 120.000 to km 148.000||NKC Projects|
|Package 6 (30 km): km 148.000 to km 177.658||NKC Projects|
Deogarh – Sanchore Expressway
This 208.242 km greenfield section (NH-754K) is being built as a 6 lane access-controlled road from Dhadhaniya Sasan (District Jodhpur) to the Rajasthan/Gujarat Border near Sanchore (District Jalore) in Rajasthan. It consists of 8 civil packages, each with a 2 year deadline.
|Package 1: 22 km||Winner Unknown|
|Package 2: 27 km||Winner Unknown|
|Package 3 (24 km): km 48.000 to km 72.000||NKC Projects|
|Package 4 (25 km): km 72.000 to km 97.000||Lakshmi Infrastructure & Developers|
|Package 5 (28 km) km 97.000 to km 125.000||NG Project|
|Package 6 (35 km) km 125.000 to km 150.000||Lakshmi Infrastructure & Developers|
|Package 7 (30 km): km 150.000 to km 180.000||Lakshmi Infrastructure & Developers|
|Package 8 (27 km): km 180.000 to km 208.242||JiangXi Construction Engineering – MKC Infrastructure JV|
Sanchore – Santalpur Expressway
This 125.185 km greenfield section (NH-754K) is being built as a 6 lane access-controlled road entirely in Gujarat from Vantdau in Banaskantha District to Ranmalpura in Patan district. It consists of 4 civil packages, each with a 2 year deadline.
|Package 1 (30 km): km 4.888 to km 35.000||Winner Unknown|
|Package 2 (32 km): km 35.000 to km 67.000||Ravi Infrabuild Projects|
|Package 3: (32 km): km 67.000 to km 99.000||Winner Unknown|
|Package 4: (31 km): km 99.000 to km 130.073||CDS Infra Projects|
Santalpur – Malia Section
A 124 km section of the existing 4 lane NH-27 will see minor cosmetic changes. This section will not be access-controlled.
Malia – Jamnagar Section
An 131 km section of the existing 4 lane NH-151A will see minor cosmetic changes. This section will not be access-controlled.
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