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Uttarakhand Road Infrastructure Upgrade: Nitin Gadkari Targets US Standards by 2024

Updated: Apr 14


Nitin Gadkari, Union Road Transport and Highways Minister, announced a monumental development plan for Uttarakhand's roads during the launch of national highway projects exceeding Rs 2,000 crore in Tanakpur. With an investment of Rs 2 lakh crore earmarked for Uttarakhand's road infrastructure, Gadkari aims to elevate the state's highways to the caliber seen in the United States by the end of 2024.



Workers renovate highway in Uttarakhand.
Highway renovation underway in Uttarakhand.

Gadkari highlighted the ongoing investments, noting that Uttarakhand currently receives Rs 1.40 crore for road infrastructure, with an additional Rs 60 crore soon to be added. This brings the total investment to Rs 2 lakh crore. Speaking alongside Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, Gadkari affirmed, "By 2024, Uttarakhand's national highways will meet global standards, akin to those found in the US."


Under Gadkari's leadership, Uttarakhand's national highway network has witnessed significant expansion, growing from 2,517 km in 2014 to 3,608 km today.


Chief Minister Dhami expressed gratitude for the long-awaited projects initiated in Tanakpur and lauded Gadkari's proactive approach in their realization. "Gadkari's steadfast support for Uttarakhand's development has been invaluable, often anticipating our needs before they are voiced," said Dhami.


The unveiled projects promise to enhance connectivity in the Manaskhand region and contribute to the overall development of Uttarakhand's infrastructure.

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