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Starcon Infra Projects India Private Limited got a project for construction of double lane traffic tunnel ian Himachal Pradesh
CONSTRUCTION OF DOUBLE TRAFFIC TUNNEL
STATE : HIMACHAL PRADESH
The project price is estimated at 20 Cr. The project is by PWD.
Himachal Pradesh is divided into valleys that are traversed by several perennial rivers. Rural areas are home to almost 90% of the state’s residents.
The state’s economy heavily relies on hydropower, tourism, horticulture, agriculture, and horticulture. With 99.5% of households having electricity as of 2016, the hilly state is virtually entirely electrified.
In 2016, it was ranked as India’s second state to have no open defecation. The districts of Shimla, Kullu, and Kangra each have one domestic airport.
The state is connected to Chandigarh and Delhi by air services. The Amb Andaura-Una Himachal railway station is connected to Nangal Dam in Punjab by the sole broad-gauge railway line in the entire state, which extends all the way to Daulatpur, Himachal Pradesh.
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Starcon Infra Projects India Private Limited
Project Details : Construction of double Lane traffic Tunnel between Thunag to Lambathach on Mandi Gagal Chail Janjehli Chhatri Ranabag road MDR-24//PW/SRJ/TA/2021-22-3429-31 dated 17-6-2022
Department Name : PWD // 2022_PWD_62425_1
Value of Project : Rs. 202658803.24
Financial Bid Opening date : 06-Aug-2022 11:00 AM
Contractor Name :
STARCON INFRA PROJECTS INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED
Subinfra care No
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What are the benefits of tunnels ?
Using tunnels for transportation has several advantages, including making optimal use of underground space, diverting traffic from city centres, minimising landscape damage from major roadways cutting through green regions, and lowering air pollution in residential areas.
What is the purpose of tunnels ?
Urban road tunnels can be utilised to either redirect traffic away from central cities or to reduce it there. On occasion, they are also constructed to span ports or rivers. The building of tunnels beneath cities is particularly difficult from a technological standpoint.