Khammam-Devarapalli Expressway – Information & Status
132.66 km Khammam – Devarapalli Expressway (NH-365BG) by NHAI is an under construction 4 lane access-controlled highway with a route alignment in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. It forms a part of the 221 km Suryapet – Devarapalle Expressway (NH-365BB) being built at a cost of Rs. 4939 crore.
This greenfield expressway under Bharatmala Pariyojna (BMP) Phase 1 aims to improve local connectivity between Hyderabad and Visakhapatnam (Vizag), efficiency of freight movement and boost exports.
The project involves land acquisition of 1,996 acres of agricultural land spread in 31 villages. On its western end, the expressway will be connected to the Suryapet – Khammam Expressway (NH-365BB).
Khammam – Devarapalli Expressway is expected to be completed and opened in 2024. Its Detailed Project Report (DPR) has not been made available online.
- Total Estimated Cost: Rs. 54,000 crore
- Project’s Length: 695 km
- Lanes: 4
- RoW: 60m
- Status: Under Construction
- Deadline: 2024
- Owner: National Highways Authority of India (NHAI)
- Project Model: HAM (Hybrid Annuity Model)
An official PDF route map with a village list will be added here when available.
The expressway will connect Khammam in Telangana’s Khammam district and Devarapalle in Andhra Pradesh’s West Godavari district via Wyra, Kalluru, Tiruvuru, Sattupalli, Jangamreddy Gudem.
The expressway is under construction via 4 civil packages. Land acquisition is complete.
Tenders & Contractors
This expressway’s construction has been divided into 4 civil packages each with a 2 year deadline.
|Package & Chainage||Contractor (Value)|
|Package KD-I (33.604 km): Thallampadu vilage to Somavaram village (Design Ch 0.000 to 33.604)||H.G. Infra Engineering|
|Package KD-II (29.513 km): Design Ch 33.604 to 63.117||H.G. Infra Engineering|
|Package KD-III (42.119 km): Design Ch 63.117 to 105.236||Unknown|
|Package KD-IV (27.428 km): Design Ch 105.236 to 132.664||Unknown|
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