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National Highway 10 (India)(old numbering)

National Highway 10 marker

National Highway 10
Road map of India with National Highway 10 highlighted in solid blue color
Route information
Length: 403 km (250 mi)
Major junctions
East end: Delhi
 
West end: Fazilka
Location
States: Delhi: 18 km
Haryana: 313 km
Punjab: 72 km
Primary
destinations:
Delhi - Rohtak - Hisar - Sirsa - Fazilka
Highway system
NH 9 NH 11

National Highway 10 a National Highway, length 403 km (250 mi),[1] in northern India that originates at Delhi and ends at the town of Fazilka in Punjab near the Indo-Pak Border.

Upgrades

Four-laning Between Hissar and Rohtak

As of 2014 November, a special purpose vehicle, Rohtak-Hissar Tollway Pvt Ltd, will begin converting the stretch from Hissar to Rohtak to four lanes (two lanes in each direction with wide paved shoulders and a tree-lined median in the middle). The project is scheduled for completion by June 2016. The concession period for the project, including the construction period, is 22 years.[2]

National Highways Authority of India's National Highways Development Project NHAI NHDP Phase-3 project needs additional 591.84 hectares of land for road widening and scope of the work also includes:[3]

Four-laning Between Hisar to Sirsa & Dabwali

The project in Build–operate–transfer (BOT) Toll road mode on design, built, finance, operate and transfer (DBFOT) pattern, having a concession period of 24 years including a 2.5 years construction period, also covers the following:[4]

  • 1 Railway over-bridge (ROB)
  • 10 Flyovers
  • 1 Major Bridges
  • 11 Minor Bridge
  • Sirsa bypass

As of September 2014, National Highway Authority of India has invited bids on Request for Qualification.[5]

Safety

Safety improvements undertaken by NHAI and PWD since 2012 have resulted in a decline in road fatalities on NH10. Scheduled improvements include rumble strips, additional signage, and reflective markers.[6]

Popular Media

The Bollywood thriller movie NH10 produced by Anushka Sharma is based on a story of travel on the National Highway 10.

External links

  • [1] Map of NH-10

References

  1. ^ http://morth.nic.in/writereaddata/sublink2images/NH_StartEnding_Station8634854396.htm
  2. ^ http://www.cmie.com/kommon/bin/sr.php?kall=wclrdhtm&nvdt=20131231114944313&nvpc=099000000000&nvtype=TIDINGS
  3. ^ Fur laning of Highway, Tribune India
  4. ^ Hissar-Dabwali highway, National Highway Authority of India
  5. ^ Jesco India
  6. ^


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