Bareilly-Ludhiana Economic Corridor – Information & Status
450 km Bareilly – Ludhiana Economic Corridor, also known as Bareilly-Ludhiana Expressway, is a 6 lane partially access-controlled highway approved by NHAI with a route alignment in Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Punjab.
This mix of brownfield-upgrade & greenfield project is being developed under Bharatmala Pariyojana Phase-2 program with a March 2026 deadline. The 121.78 km Shamli – Ambala Expressway project forms a part of it, and in the future it will be extended from Bareilly to Gorakhpur in eastern UP.
- Estimated Cost: Rs. 15,000 crore
- Project’s Length: 450 km
- Greenfield Section: 360 km
- Lanes: 6
- Current Status: Under Bidding, Land Acquisition
- Deadline: March 2026
- Owner: National Highways Authority of India (NHAI)
- Project Model: EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction)
Bareilly – Ludhiana Economic Corridor broadly comprises of 3 road projects:
- 220 km Bareilly to Shamli (greenfield)
- 121.78 km Shamli (Gogwan Jalalpur) to Ambala (Sadopur) section (greenfield)
- 90 km section of NH-44 from Ambala to Ludhiana (brownfield upgrade)
An official route map PDF will be added when available.
Shamli – Ambala Expressway
NHAI in January 2022 invited tenders for the 121.78 km Shamli – Ambala Expressway in 3 packages:
|Package & Chainage||Contractor / Status|
|Package 1 (44.90 km): Gogwan Jalalpur to Ranipur Barsi (Km. 000.600 to 45.500)||Bidding Underway|
|Package 2 (38.90 km): Ranipur Barsi to Adhoya Musalmana (Km 45.500 to 84.400)||Bidding Underway|
|Package 3 (37.386 km): Adhoya Musalmana to Sadopur (Km 84.400 to 121.786)||Bidding Underway|