Hapur – Moradabad NH 24 (New NH-9) Project

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On May 29, 2018, the NHAI and IHMTPL (IRB Hapur Moradabad Tollway Private Limited) (a Concessionaire), an SPV of IRB Infrastructure Developers Ltd., entered into a Concession Agreement to develop, operate and maintain the Hapur – Moradabad section of NH 24 (New NH-9) Project. The concession period of the Project is 22 years from the Appointed Date.

The Concessionaire is allowed to collect the notified user fee from the road users during the concession period.

IHMTPL was entrusted to expand a 99.867 Km section of NH 24 (New NH-9) between Hapur and Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh from four lanes to six lanes on a DBFOT basis.

The Hapur – Moradabad NH 24 Project comprises the section of NH 24 (New NH-9) from km 50.00 to km 149.867.

The Project Features

Corridor Description

NH 24 (New NH-9) is a four to six lane National Highway in India.

The NH-24 runs through the state of Uttar Pradesh and this road connects New Delhi to Lucknow. This National Highway passes through Ghaziabad, Hapur, Moradabad, Rampur, Bareilly and Sitapur.

The project road starts from Hapur bypass on NH-24 in the district of Ghaziabad and ends at Moradabad district (NH-24) in the state of Uttar Pradesh.

The project road passes through the districts of Ghaziabad, Jyotiba Phule Nagar and Moradabad of U.P. The project road traverses through the villages/towns like Hapur, Babugarh, Garhmuktesar, Kuchesar road, Simbhaoli, Bihuni, Gajraula, Rajabpur, Joya, Sheonali, Neeli kheri, Buhanpur and Paikbara.

The Hapur – Moradabd NH 24 (New NH-9) Project is part of the one of the high-density traffic corridor in Northern India, which caters to mix traffic, including passenger and commercial vehicles which travels long distance.