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Final Detailed Project Report: Part-II
Punjab Public Works Department (B & R)
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Detailed Project Report for 4 Laning of
Ropar-Nawanshahr-Banga-Phagwara Road
July 2013
Government of Punjab
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VOLUME I MAIN REPORT

VOLUME IA ANNEXURE TO MAIN REPORT
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Chapter-0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
0.1 Project Overview
0.2 Scope of Work
0.3 Description of Project Road
0.4 Traffic
0.5 Surveys and Investigations
0.6 Improvement Proposals
0.7 Pavement Design
0.8 Bridges & Structures
0.9 Cost Estimate
0.10 Construction Time Period
Tables
0.1 Summary of Average Annual Daily Traffic (AADT) in 2010
0.2 Final Layer Thickness Adopted for Overlay & New Pavements (at Ground sections)
0.3 Final pavement thickness adopted for reinforced earth structure portions
0.4 Layer Thickness for New Pavements in Service Roads
Figures
0.1 Index Map

Chapter-1 PROJECT DESCRIPTION
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Objectives
1.3 Scope of Services
1.4 Description of Existing Road Network
1.5 Stages of Services
1.6 Detailed Project Report Chapterisation


Chapter-2 ENGINEERING SURVEYS AND INVESTIGATIONS




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2.1 General
2.2 Inventory and Condition Survey of Road and Pavement
2.2.1 Road Inventory
2.2.2 Road Condition Survey
2.3 Topographic Survey
2.4 Pavement Investigations
2.4.1 General
2.4.2 Benkelman Beam Deflection (BBD) Test
2.5 Subgrade Investigation
2.5.1 Test Pits for Existing Subgrade
2.5.2 Existing Pavement Composition
2.5.3 Laboratory Tests on Subgrade Samples
2.5.4 Dynamic Cone Penetration Test
2.5.5 Investigation for Natural Ground Along Widening Side and Realignment
2.6 Soil and Material Investigation
2.6.1 General
2.6.2 Stone Aggregates For Pavement Courses And Cement Concrete
2.6.3 Sand For Use In Pavement Course And Cement Concrete
2.6.4 Fly Ash
2.6.5 Borrow Soil
2.6.6 Manufactured Materials
2.7 Structures
2.7.1 Introduction
2.7.2 Inventory of Existing Structures
2.8 Cross – Drainage Structures (Culverts)
2.8.1 Introduction
2.8.2 Inventory & Condition Survey of Existing CD Structures
Tables
2.1 Landuse
2.2 J unction Locations
2.3 GPS Coordinates




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2.4 Benkelman Beam Deflection Survey Summary
2.5 Summary of Thickness and Composition of Existing Flexible Pavement Crust
2.6 Atterberg’s Limits of Subgrade Samples
2.7 Dynamic Cone Penetration Tests – Summary of Results
2.8 Details of Stone Aggregate Quarries
2.9 (a,b) Laboratory Test Results of Stone Aggregates
2.10 (a,b) Laboratory Test Results of Sand
2.11 Lead Distance of Flyash Source
2.12 Location of Proposed Borrow Areas
2.13 (a,b) Details of laboratory test results of Borrow area materials
2.14 Summary of Existing Bridges along Ropar-Phagwara
2.15 Summary of Culverts along Ropar-Phagwara

Chapter-3 TRAFFIC SURVEY DEMAND ASSESSMENT
3.1 Traffic Forecast
3.1.1 Approach to Estimation of Growth Rates
3.1.2 Project Influence Area (PIA)
3.1.3 Economic Perspective of Punjab
3.1.4 Past Traffic Growth Trend
3.1.5 Transport Demand Elasticity
3.1.5.1 Using Registered Motor Vehicles as dependent variable
3.1.5.1.1 Suggested Elasticity Values
3.1.5.1.2 Projected Traffic Growth Rates
3.1.5.2 Using Tollable Traffic as dependent variable
3.1.5.6 Adopted Traffic Growth Rates
3.2 Traffic Projection
3.2.1 Estimation of Base Year Traffic and Projections
3.2.2 Normal Traffic
3.2.3 Divertible Traffic
3.2.4 Induced Traffic
3.2.5 Total Projected Traffic




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3.2.6 Capacity Analysis and Assessment of Improvement Requirements
3.2.7 Capacity & Level of Service Guidelines
3.2.8 Existing Level of Service
3.2.9 Improvement Requirements
3.3 Traffic Projections for Nawanshahr and Banga Elevated reach
Tables
3.1 Growth Rate of Punjab Economy in Different Time Period
3.2 Results of Regression Analysis
3.3 Projected Transport demand elasticities for passenger and freight vehicles
3.4 Average Annual Growth of Economic Indicators (%)
3.5 Traffic Growth Rates from Regression Analysis (%)
3.6 Weighted Traffic Growth Rates (%)
3.7 Results of Regression Analysis
3.8 Adopted Growth Rates (%)
3.9 Base Year Normal Traffic (2010)
3.10 Summary of Total Traffic Projections
3.11 Capacity Norms for Assessment of Improvement Requirements
3.12 Existing Volume-Capacity Ratio
3.13 Projected Volume-Capacity Ratio
3.14 Improvement Requirement on Study Road Sections

Chapter-4 IMPROVEMENT PROPOSALS AND PRELIMINARY DESIGN FOR ROAD
WORKS
4.1 General
4.2 Selection of Widening Scheme
4.3 Geometric Design Standards
4.4 Pavement Design
4.4.1 Main Carriageway
4.4.1.1 Common Parameters for Design
4.4.1.2 Design of Strengthening Overlay for Existing Pavement
4.4.1.3 Design of New Pavement




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4.4.1.4 Matching of Bituminous Layers and Recommendation on Pavement Thickness
4.4.1.5 Profile Correction Course
4.4.1.6 Pavement Design for Service Roads
4.5 Improvement Proposals
4.5.1 Typical Cross Sections
4.5.2 Service Roads and Extra Lanes
4.5.3 Major Intersections/Congested Built-up areas
4.5.4 Minor J unctions
4.6 Existing Facilities
4.6.1 Project Facilities
4.7 Description Of Proposed Facilities
4.7.1 Toll Plaza
4.7.2 Toll Booth Requirements
4.7.3 Road Side Furniture
4.7.4 Truck Lay Bye
4.7.5 Bus Shelters
4.7.6 U-turns / Median openings
4.7.7 Highway Lighting
4.7.8 Traffic Aid Posts
4.7.9 Highway Patrol
4.7.10 Medical Aid Posts/Ambulances
4.7.11 Crane(s)
4.7.12 Lighting system
Tables
4.1 Basic Data for Design
4.2 Geometric Design Standards
4.3 Vehicle Damage Factor (VDF) Values
4.4 Design Traffic – Million Equivalent Standard Axle Loads (MESA)
4.5 Homogeneous Sections of Road based on Deflection Characteristics
4.6 Homogeneous Sections of Road for design of overlay
4.7 Design Overlay Thickness (10 years Design Life)




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4.8 Layer Thickness for New Pavements
4.9 (a) Final Layer Thickness Adopted for Overlay & New Pavements (at Ground sections)
4.9 (b) Final Layer Thickness Adopted for reinforced earth structure portions
4.10 Road Locations Proposed for Eccentric Widening requiring Profile Correction
4.11 Layer Thickness for New Pavements in Service Roads
4.12 Typical Cross Sections Schedule along the Project Highway
4.13 (a) Service Roads Schedule to be provided on project highway
4.13 (b) Extra Lane Schedule to be provided on project highway
4.14 Major Intersections/Flyovers/VUP
4.15 Minor J unctions
4.16(a) Tentative toll plaza Location
4.16(b) Total Toll booths required at Toll Plaza locations
4.17 Tentative location of Truck Lay Bye
4.18 Proposed Bus Shelter
4.19 Proposed Median Opening
4.20 Location for Highway Lighting

Chapter-5 IMPROVEMENT PROPOSALS (STRUCTURES)
5.1 General
5.2 Selection of Widening Scheme
5.3 General Arrangement of Proposed New Bridges for widening purpose
5.4 Scheme for Widening of Existing Structures
5.4.1 Minor Bridges
5.4.2 Major Bridges
5.4.3 Flyovers/ Elevated Roads
5.4.4 Vehicular Underpasses (VUP)
5.4.5 Expansion J oints

Chapter-6 COST ESTIMATE
6.1 General
6.2 Methodology
6.3 Estimation of Quantities and Project Cost




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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

0.1 Project Overview

Improving the mobility and connectivity in the agriculturally rich north-eastern part of the state has
been under consideration of the Government of Punjab (GOP). In this connection, at one point of time,
GOP had considered the construction of 104 km long Mohali-Phagwara Expressway at a cost of Rs.
2000 crores, and for this purpose approved acquisition of the needed land. However, because of intense
protests from farmers and land owners, the proposal for a green-field expressway was abandoned. All
the same, for meeting the traffic demand, as a practical alternative, the GOP proposed to widen and
improve the existing Ropar-Phagwara Highway. Thus, the present project is for 4-laning the existing
Ropar-Phagwara Highway as a partially access-controlled high-speed facility.

0.2 Scope of Work

The scope of services is as follows:

(i) Traffic surveys and demand assessment
(ii) Engineering surveys and investigations.
(iii) Road and Bridge condition inventory
(iv) Detailed layout, alignment/ re-alignment and design of Ropar-Phagwara road (2x2-lane dual
divided) with bypasses, elevated reaches and service roads
(v) Detailed proposal(s), layout, alignment and design of balance reach of Ropar byepass as (2x3-
lane dual divided) with option of 2-lane in phase-I and balanvce in phase-II
(vi) Pavement design of existing pavement based on Benkleman Beam deflections and roughness
index, reaches required to be raised and rebuilt
(vii) Layout and detailed design of H.L. Bridges (along with hydraulic data), elevated roads,
flyovers, ROB, grade separators, underpasses/overpasses and intersections etc
(viii) Detailed proposal for road signage, road markings, road furniture and safety devices.
(ix) Detailed proposal for tree plantation and arboriculture for the full length, and
landscaping/beautification of urban reaches and all structures
(x) Detailed Proposal for junction with cross roads (including link roads) to avoid direct access of
traffic
(xi) Detailed drainage proposal, cross drainage works, reaches where longitudinal drains are
proposed with sections and disposal
(xii) Preparation of Land Plans, land acquisition notifications, follow up with competent authorities
and assessment of structures including arranging handing over land to PWD B&R for
implementation of the Project and conciliation of accounts thereof
(xiii) Details of Canal Works namely, remodeling, canal lining, improvement and upgradation works
and approval of irrigation department, including details of canal land to be claimed for road
work along with details of treatment, if required




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(xiv) Environmental Impact Assessment and documents for Environment clearances, tree cutting
proposals and documentation and assist in arranging approval of Environment & Forest
Department
(xv) Social impact Assessment including proposal for rehabilitation and resettlement of Project
affected persons (PAP’s)
(xvi) Location and layout of Truck lay byes
(xvii) Location and layout of Bus lay byes and bus shelters
(xviii) Recommendation for locating Toll Plazas, improvement in existing toll plaza and additional
land acquisition if required
(xix) Identification of borrow area along with soil properties, quarry sites and properties of materials
(xx) Preparation of BOQ and estimated cost including lumpsum cost (with all details) of all major
bridges/structures
(xxi) Detailed safety audit, safety requirements during development, construction and operation
period
(xxii) Location and detailed layout of truck laybyes and location and design of bus bays and bus
shelters
(xxiii) Detailed proposal for traffic signage, road markings, road furniture and safety devices
(xxiv) Detailed inventory of existing bridges, their condition survey and proposal of their
widening/new construction
(xxv) Detailed inventory of road, road condition survey
(xxvi) Detailed geotechnical investigations at site of structures and CBR values and other properties of
subgrade soil all along the alignment
(xxvii) Traffic management plans during construction and implementation of proposal
(xxviii) Details of land plans, land areas to be acquired, necessary documents, notifications, estimated
cost, along with structures to be acquired and cost thereof
(xxix) Detailed Environmental Impact Assessment Report and proposal for tree cutting and document
for arranging approval of competent authorities
(xxx) Detailed Social Impact Assessment Report
(xxxi) Detailed to prepare detailed plans for tree plantation and arboriculture for the full length, and
landscaping/beautification of urban reaches and all structures
(xxxii) Recommendations as regard toll plaza location, improvements in existing toll plaza and details
of additional land to be acquired
(xxxiii) Detailed safety audit, safety requirements during development, construction and operation
period; and
(xxxiv) Preparation of detailed proposal for justification of project to assist PIDB, PWD B&R during
public hearing that may be conducted by Punjab Infrastructure Regulatory Authority (PIRA)

0.3 Description of Project Road

The project road starts from Phagwara bypass, traverses south-east through Nawanshahr district,
crosses the Satluj River and terminates on Ropar bypass. The project is shown on Index
Map at Fig. 0.1.




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The project road which is to a length of about 82.5 km, passes through plain terrain with fertile
agricultural land on either side. Thus, the project besides facilitating the commuting traffic and
fostering agricultural development, will serve as a high-speed link between NH-1 and NH-21. The
Government of Punjab has entrusted the work of implementing the project with the Public Works
Department along with Punjab Infrastructure Development Board. For assisting the Client in
implementing the project, the job of preparation of Detailed Project Report (DPR) for 4-laning Ropar-
Nawanshahr-Banga-Phagwara road has been assigned to M/s Consulting Engineering Services (India)
Private Limited, New Delhi. The agreement for the Consultancy Services was signed on 12 May 2010,
and the project preparation activities commenced subsequently on 19th May 2010.

0.4 Traffic

Based on reconnaissance survey and after studying the existing road network, traffic intensity,
alternative routes and major traffic generation & dispersal points along the corridor, four homogenous
sections have been identified with the assumption that same traffic will ply within the homogeneous
section. The homogenous traffic sections are:
Section 1: Phagwara (Start of Project) – Banga
Section 2: Banga - Nawanshahr
Section 3: Nawanshahr - Balachor
Section 4: Balachor – Ropar (End of Project)

The summary of Average Annual Daily Traffic (AADT) in 2010 on the project road as determined
from the traffic surveys conducted in J une-J uly 2010 is presented in the table 0.1 below.

Table 0.1 - Summary of Average Annual Daily Traffic (AADT) in 2010

Sl
No.
Road Section Length (km) Vehicles PCUs
1 Ropar – Balachor 21.0 11078 14775
2 Balachor – Nawanshahr 19.5 11726 11758
3 Nawanshahr - Banga 13.5 16350 16907
4 Banga - Phagwara 27.0 18275 19098
Total 81.0

0.5 Surveys and Investigations

The following carriageway surveys and investigations were undertaken in the course of the study:

• Traffic Surveys (Classified Traffic Volume Count (TVC) Survey, Origin-Destination (OD)
Survey, Turning Movement Count Survey, Rail-Gate Survey, Pedestrian Count Survey)




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• Topographic Survey of Existing Alignment And Proposed Realignments Including GPS Survey
• Bridge Inventory
• Road Inventory
• Pavement Surveys (Subgrade Characteristics Survey, Road Condition Surveys, BBD Survey)

The data obtained from these field works have been used judiciously as necessary for the preliminary
design.

0.6 Improvement Proposals

The existing alignment of the road is retained. The project road is conceived as partially access
controlled.

The typical widened cross-section would consist of the following salient features:

i) 4-lanes of 3.5 m width each
ii) 1.5 m wide paved shoulders
iii) Minimum 2 m wide earthen shoulders
iv) 4.5 m wide median in rural stretch and 1.2m/2.0m wide median in urban stretches
v) 5.5m, 6.0m, 7.0m and 7.5 m wide service roads and 4.5m wide extra lanes.
vi) 08 Grade separated structures (02 four-lane Flyovers, 03 Four lane elevated corridors, 01 two-
lane flyover and 02 Vehicular Underpasses) at major intersections
vii) Major and Minor Bridges are widened to 4-lane configuration.

The other facilities recommended for improved functions of the corridor are:

• 25 bus shelters
• 2 Truck Lay Bye
• 2 Toll Plaza
• Highway Lighting (at toll plaza area, built-up area, flyover/elevated corridor) – details available in
Chapter-04, Table 4.19
• Road Side Furniture
• Traffic, Medical and Vehicle Rescue Aid Post

0.7 Pavement Design

Preliminary pavement design for a 10-year base period (for bituminous layers) and 15 year base period
(for non-bituminous layers) based on investigations carried out and following the guidelines of IRC and
other standards has yielded the following tentative proposals:







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Table 0.2 – Final Layer Thickness Adopted for Overlay & New Pavements
(at Ground sections)

















Final pavement thickness adopted for reinforced earth structure portions of elevated roads in major
town areas is as follows in Table 0.3:

Table 0.3 –
Final pavement thickness adopted for reinforced earth structure portions







However, the pavement composition adopted for the service road is as follows in table 0.4

Table 0.4– Layer Thickness for New Pavements in Service Roads








Stretch Layer Thickness in New Pavement
Bituminous Overlay
Thickness
From To BC DBM WMM GSB BC DBM
(km) (km) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
0.000 9.430 40 75 250 340 40 85
9.430 19.330 40 75 250 250 40 50
19.330 25.485 40 75 250 200 40 55
25.485 29.320 40 60 250 200 40 70
29.320 38.160 40 75 250 200 40 80
38.160 42.095 40 75 250 200 40 70
42.095 60.000 40 50 250 220 40 50
60.000 73.080 40 80 250 200 40 80
73.080 80.600 40 80 250 200 40 50
Stretch Layer thickness Adopted (mm)
From (km) To (km) BC DBM
Base
(WMM)
Granular Sub-
base
25.485 29.320 40 75 250 200
38.160 42.095 40 70 250 200
Design Traffic
(MSA)
Components thickness (mm)
SDBC DBM WMM Base Granular Sub-base
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
05 25 50 250 150




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0.8 Bridges & Structures

03 four lane Elevated Corridors in towns of Banga, Nawanshahr and Langroya have been proposed.
Apart from these, 02 Vehicular Underpasses (4-lane configuration), 02 Flyovers – four lane
configuration (3x36m span) and 01 Flyover- two lane configuration (3x20m span) have been proposed.

There are 22 minor bridges and 01 major bridge on the project. There are about 84 culverts majority of
which are pipe culverts. This report has examined the reconstruction and improvements necessary to
rehabilitate and extend the life of these bridges.

One major bridge exists across Superpassage at km 58+811 on the project road. This is multi-span RCC
superstructures with masonry/RCC abutment and piers and wing walls/return walls of same materials
on both sides. RCC T beam slab type and slab type superstructures are present. The bridge is widened
for additional two lane carriageway and the Service Road on the North of the major bridge location.
Overall width of the bridge is 17.4m to match with cross-section of the flyover in the vicinity of the
bridge.The structure is in good conditions barring non conformity of crash barriers. No further changes
are proposed except general maintenance of the structure.

The 22 minor Bridges have been widened as per the Cross Section Schedule.

Culverts will be widened suitably to full width of carriageway with or without Service road / Extra
Lane as per the Cross Section Schedule.

0.9 Cost Estimate

The process of cost estimation involved the following steps:

• Rate from the state SOR and previous experiences.
• Preliminary estimation of Quantities.
Based on the above, estimated project Base Cost is Rs. 1181 Crores.

However, the cost does not include the cost for shifting, relocation of utilities, Land acquisition costs,
R&R costs and Environmental Improvement costs.

0.10 Construction Time Period

It is estimated that it will take a period of 30 months for the construction of the project. The project
implementation can commence by J anuary 2014 and complete by 2016.


FIGURE 0.1 – INDEX MAP
 
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CHAPTER 1
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

1.1 Introduction

Improving the mobility and connectivity in the agriculturally rich north-eastern part of the state
has been under consideration of the Government of Punjab (GOP). In this connection, at one
point of time, GOP had considered the construction of 104 km long Mohali-Phagwara
Expressway at a cost of Rs. 2000 crores, and for this purpose approved acquisition of the needed
land. However, because of intense protests from farmers and land owners, the proposal for a
green-field expressway was abandoned. All the same, for meeting the traffic demand, as a
practical alternative, the GOP has now proposed to widen and improve the existing Ropar-
Phagwara State Highway (SH:24). Thus, the present project is for 4-laning the existing Ropar-
Phagwara State Highway as a partially access-controlled high-speed facility.

The project road starts from Phagwara bypass, traverses south-east through Nawanshahr district,
crosses the Satluj River and terminates on Ropar bypass. The project is shown on Index Map at
Fig. 0.1.

The project road which is to a length of about 82.5 km, passes through plain terrain with fertile
agricultural land on either side. Thus, the project besides facilitating the commuting traffic and
fostering agricultural development, will serve as a high-speed link between NH-1 and NH-21.
The Government of Punjab has entrusted the work of implementing the project with the Public
Works Department along with Punjab Infrastructure Development Board. For assisting the
Client in implementing the project, the job of preparation of Detailed Project Report (DPR) for 4-
laning Ropar-Nawanshahr-Banga-Phagwara road has been assigned to M/s Consulting
Engineering Services (India) Private Limited, New Delhi. The agreement for the Consultancy
Services was signed on 12 May 2010, and the project preparation activities commenced
subsequently on 19th May 2010.

1.2 Objectives

The prime objective of the consultancy service is to establish the technical, environmental and
social viability of the project for developing the existing 2-lane section of Ropar-Nawanshahr-
Banga-Phagwara Road to 4 lane divided carriageway configuration and to prepare detailed
project reports for implementation. The highway section is to be developed as partially access
controlled facility with provision of service roads, realignments, intersections etc. as appropriate.
of the project. The viability of the project designed as partially access controlled facility will be
established taking into account the requirements with regard to rehabilitation, upgrading and
improvements based on highway design, pavement design, provisions for service roads wherever
necessary, type of intersections, underpasses / flyovers / ROB’s, rehabilitation and widening of




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existing and / or construction of new bridges and structures, road safety features, quantities of
various items of works and cost estimates.

The main objectives of the project at Detailed Project Report Stage are to prepare Final
alignment design, pavement design and final structures (CD’s and ROB’s) design. It also
includes EIA and Rehabilitation and Resettlement Actions and Cost Estimate.

Based on the recommendations of improvements of the project road, the final DPR prepared
involves the incorporation of comments and suggestions by PWD on draft DPR in addition to
following activities:

• Fixing and finalizing the horizontal and vertical alignment in such a manner that the
proposed widening work shall preferably be within the existing right of way to minimise land
acquisition, except for location having inadequate width and except for locations of
geometrical improvement and realignments.
• Incorporating provisions for bypasses, service roads, alignment corrections, improvement of
intersections including provision of grade separators, vehicular underpasses etc.
• Study and design of the possible locations of toll plazas and/or improvement in existing toll
plaza, as well as possible locations of wayside amenities (rest areas) required on tolled
highway.
• Project cost estimate and rate analysis.
• Carrying out Environmental Impact Assessment, Environmental Management Plan and
Rehabilitation and Resettlement Studies.
• Liaison with concerned authorities and arrange clarifications required for clearances for
approval of various proposals in the project preparation.
• Preparation of Land Plans, land acquisition notifications, follow up with competent
authorities and assessment of structures including arranging handing over land to PWD B&R
for implementation of the Project and conciliation of accounts thereof

At each stage of project it will be ensured that DPR incorporates value engineering, quality audit
and safety audit requirement in design and implementation.

1.3 Scope of Services

The scope of services is as follows:

(i) Traffic surveys and demand assessment
(ii) Engineering surveys and investigations.
(iii) Road and Bridge condition inventory
(iv) Detailed layout, alignment/ re-alignment and design of Ropar-Phagwara road (2x2-lane
dual divided) with bypasses, elevated reaches and service roads




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(v) Detailed proposal(s), layout, alignment and design of balance reach of Ropar byepass as
(2x3-lane dual divided) with option of 2-lane in phase-I and balance in phase-II
(vi) Pavement design of existing pavement based on Benkleman Beam deflections and
roughness index, reaches required to be raised and rebuilt
(vii) Layout and detailed design of H.L. Bridges (along with hydraulic data), elevated roads,
flyovers, ROB, grade separators, underpasses/overpasses and intersections etc
(viii) Detailed proposal for road signage, road markings, road furniture and safety devices.
(ix) Detailed proposal for tree plantation and arboriculture for the full length, and
landscaping/beautification of urban reaches and all structures
(x) Detailed Proposal for junction with cross roads (including link roads) to avoid direct
access of traffic
(xi) Detailed drainage proposal, cross drainage works, reaches where longitudinal drains are
proposed with sections and disposal
(xii) Preparation of Land Plans, land acquisition notifications, follow up with competent
authorities and assessment of structures including arranging handing over land to PWD
B&R for implementation of the Project and conciliation of accounts thereof
(xiii) Details of Canal Works namely, remodeling, canal lining, improvement and upgradation
works and approval of irrigation department, including details of canal land to be
claimed for road work along with details of treatment, if required
(xiv) Environmental Impact Assessment and documents for Environment clearances, tree
cutting proposals and documentation and assist in arranging approval of Environment &
Forest Department
(xv) Social impact Assessment including proposal for rehabilitation and resettlement of
Project affected persons (PAP’s)
(xvi) Location and layout of Truck lay byes
(xvii) Location and layout of Bus lay byes and bus shelters
(xviii) Recommendation for locating Toll Plazas, improvement in existing toll plaza and
additional land acquisition if required
(xix) Identification of borrow area along with soil properties, quarry sites and properties of
materials
(xx) Preparation of BOQ and estimated cost including lumpsum cost (with all details) of all
major bridges/structures
(xxi) Detailed safety audit, safety requirements during development, construction and
operation period
(xxii) Location and detailed layout of truck laybyes and location and design of bus bays and
bus shelters
(xxiii) Detailed proposal for traffic signage, road markings, road furniture and safety devices
(xxiv) Detailed inventory of existing bridges, their condition survey and proposal of their
widening/new construction
(xxv) Detailed inventory of road, road condition survey
(xxvi) Detailed geotechnical investigations at site of structures and CBR values and other
properties of subgrade soil all along the alignment




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(xxvii) Traffic management plans during construction and implementation of proposal
(xxviii) Details of land plans, land areas to be acquired, necessary documents, notifications,
estimated cost, along with structures to be acquired and cost thereof
(xxix) Detailed Environmental Impact Assessment Report and proposal for tree cutting and
document for arranging approval of competent authorities
(xxx) Detailed Social Impact Assessment Report
(xxxi) Detailed to prepare detailed plans for tree plantation and arboriculture for the full length,
and landscaping/beautification of urban reaches and all structures
(xxxii) Recommendations as regard toll plaza location, improvements in existing toll plaza and
details of additional land to be acquired
(xxxiii) Detailed safety audit, safety requirements during development, construction and
operation period; and
(xxxiv) Preparation of detailed proposal for justification of project to assist PIDB, PWD B&R
during public hearing that may be conducted by Punjab Infrastructure Regulatory
Authority (PIRA)

1.4 Description of Existing Road Network

At present Ropar- Nawanshahr-Banga-Phagwara road is 2 lane with hard shoulders and passes
through Ropar city, Nawanashahr city and Banga town before meeting 2 lane dual divided
Phagwara Byepass. The road runs along the Bist Doab canal and has large numbers of Irrigation
structures in form of Aqueducts, Super-passages and bridges. Most of these irrigation structures,
namely Aqueducts and super-passages, were widened while undertaking providing of hard
shoulders to existing pavement away from canal side (eccentric widening of road with profile
correction course on existing pavement). The road through Nawanshahr city has been upgraded
as 2 lane dual divided and through Banga town too except for small reach where median had to
be dispensed with due to restricted ROW and other existing structures (buildings). A 2-lane dual
divided Phagwara Byepass already exists around Phagwara town and it meets NH-1 with a
properly designed graded junction. All along the length of road the cross roads of all category
meets at level and at such results as an impediment is smooth and uninterrupted flow and safety
of traffic on this road.

The MORT&H has already taken up 4 laning of NH-21 from Chandigarh to Kharar and 4 laning
of Kurali-Ropar Section of NH-21 under NHDP on BOT basis. The 4-laning of Kurali-Ropar
section of NH-21 has already been completed by NHAI. Ropar bypass project is being
implemented by Punjab PWD B&R, with PIDB funding, which after crossing Sirhind canal shall
meet the Project road at road leading to IIT, Ropar. With coming up of International Airport at
Mohali, traffic on Ropar – Nawanshahr –Banga - Phagwara road is bound to increase manifold
and to ensure for uninterrupted smooth flow of traffic and to reduce travel time it is proposed to
make it partially access controlled four lane (2-lane dual divided). With the proposed 4-lanning
(2-lane dual divided) of Ropar - Nawanshahr - Banga - Phagwara section the link between NH-
21 (at Ropar) and NH-1 at (Phagwara) shall be 4- Lane.




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The Ropar – Balachur reach is marked by existence of Bist Doab canal (unlined at present).

1.5 Stages of Services

For the purpose of presenting the results of the study, the project road has been divided into two
parts. These are:

(i) Reach from junction of Ropar byepass with road leading to I.I.T. Ropar with balance
alignment of bypass upto existing Ropar-Phagwara road including a new H.L.Bridge across
river Sutlej and Bist Doab Canal, a properly designed grade-separated junction at existing
Ropar-Phagwara road (Part-I). This reach shall be implemented in two phases, namely, 2-
lane at present and ultimately dual divided 2-lane, however, the scope of work shall include
both the phases with all the details;

(ii) Reach from graded-separated junction with the alignment of existing Ropar-Phagwara road
to junction with NH-1 at Phagwara (Part-II).

In developing the Work Plan for completing the assignment, the activities have been considered
under following stages:

Stage I - Inception Report
Stage II - Report on alignment and first traffic survey
Stage III - Report on Land Plan, Schedules and Utility Relocation
Stage IV - Report on GAD of Structures
Stage V - Report on Environmental and Social Impact Assessment
Stage VI - Draft Project Report
Stage VII - Final Detailed Project Report (DPR)

The stages will generally follow a sequence, though each stages are inter-related and inter-
dependent on one another. All the reports related to part-I have already been submitted. The
present report is related to Final Detailed Project Report (DPR) for part-II.

1.6 Detailed Project Report Chapterization

The Final Detailed Project Report has been prepared and chapterised based on the TOR
requirements and to enable the reader to get an overall understanding of the project features, their
investigations and analysis. The development proposals as presented in this report have been
based on technical analysis, site constraints and decisions given by the Client. The structure of
the Report is as under:

Volume I : Main Report
Chapter 0 : Executive Summery




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Chapter 1 : Project Description
Chapter 2 : Engineering Surveys and Investigations
Chapter 3 : Traffic Survey Demand Assessment
Chapter 4 : Improvement Proposals and Preliminary Design for Road Works
Chapter 5 : Improvement Proposals (Structures)
Chapter 6 : Cost Estimate

Volume IA : Annexure to Main Report
1 : Annexure to Chapter 2
2 : Annexure to Chapter 3

Volume II A: Design Report (Roads)
Chapter 1 : Design Standards and Specifications
Chapter 2 : Highway Design
Chapter 3 : Pavement Design

Volume IIB : Annexure to Design Report (Roads)

Volume II C: Design Report (Structures)
Part I : Design of Elevated Road Span Length – 36m
Part II : Design of Flyover Span Length – 20m & Vehicular Underpass
Part III : Design of Bridges For Eccentric Widening
Part IV : Design of Bridges For Concentric Widening

Volume III : Material Report
Chapter 1 : Introduction
Chapter 2 : Subgrade Soil Investigation
Chapter 3 : Investigations of Borrow Area, Quarries and Construction Materials
Chapter 4 : Summary of Material Investigations

Volume IV : Technical Schedules (A, B, C & D)
Schedule A : Site of the Project
Schedule B : Development of the Project Highway
Schedule C : Project Facilities
Schedule D : Specifications and Standards

Volume V : Rate Analysis

Volume VI : BOQ and Cost Estimates

Chapter 1 : Introduction
Chapter 2 : Abstract of BOQ and Cost Estimate
Chapter 3 : Typical Cross Section (TCS) and Pavement Type wise BOQ




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Chapter 4 : Detail of Quantities & Cost for Road Furniture
Chapter 5a: Cost per running metre - 1.5m wide Covered Drain
Chapter 5b: Cost per running metre - 2.0m wide Covered Drain
Chapter 6: Details of Quantities (Road Works)
Chapter 7: Details of Quantities and Cost (TOLL PLAZA)
Chapter 8: Details of Quantities and Cost (VUP, Flyover, Elevated Corridor)
Chapter 9: Details of Quantities and Cost (Major and Minor Bridges)
Chapter 10a: Bill of Quantities and Cost Estimates for Electrical Lighting
at Structure Location
Chapter 10b: Cost Estimates for Street Lighting and LT Distribution
Chapter 11: Detail of Quantities and Cost For Truck Lay Bye

Volume VIIA : Drawings – Roads

Volume VIIB : Drawings – Structures

Volume VIII : Geotechnical Investigation Report


 
Chapter - 2
ENGINEERING SURVEYS AND
INVESTIGATIONSARY
Volume I - MAIN REPORT
 



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ENGINEERING SURVEYS AND INVESTIGATIONS

2.1 General

The Consultants carried out various field studies, engineering surveys and investigations to collect the
necessary data for use in DPR Study. The investigations were carried out to generate adequate
supportive database for preparing the most appropriate proposal to meet the functional and structural
efficiency and safety requirements of the project road. The various engineering investigations and
surveys have been carried out following the relevant MORTH/ IRC/ BIS codes.

The various engineering investigations and surveys which have been carried out are as follows:

Inventory and condition survey of Road and Pavement.
Inventory and condition Survey & Investigations of Bridges, Cross Drainage structures and existing
Grade Separators.
Topographic Survey
Axle Load Survey
Pavement Investigations
Soil and Material Investigations

The basic data and results of investigation are compiled and included as Appendices to the Draft Project
Report.

Results of Survey/Investigations data analysis are discussed below:

2.2 Inventory and Condition Survey of Road and Pavement

2.2.1 Road Inventory

The inventory of the project road has been prepared through dimensional measurements and visual
inspection to assess the existing status. Features like terrain, land use, width of pavement and shoulders,
geometric deficiencies, important road junctions, utilities etc. were recorded. The inventory data have
been included in Annexure-2.1. It may be noted that the inventory is essentially included to collect
information on physical features on the road and its environment for enabling preliminary assessment of
the project requirement.

The salient features of the project road are as follows:

Existing Carriageway

The project road is predominantly 2-lane carriageway plus paved shoulders of 1.5m width on either side
with average carriageway width of 10 m.

Existing Earthen Shoulder

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Terrain

The complete project road lies in the plain terrain.

Land use

Other than the city/settlement areas major land use is agricultural and/or barren. Table 2.1 describes the
land use of the project road.
Table 2.1: Landuse

Design
Chainage (Km)
Existing
Chainage wrt
SH/MDR (Km)
SH/ MDR
Land Use
From To From To LHS (m) RHS (m)
0.000 0.330 17.670 18.000
Phagwara
Bypass
Agricultural
Agricultural +
Commercial
0.330 0.530 18.000 18.200
Phagwara
Bypass
Agricultural Agricultural
0.530 0.730 18.200 18.400
Phagwara
Bypass
Built Up +
Commercial
Agricultural
0.730 0.930 18.400 18.600
Phagwara
Bypass
Built Up Agricultural
0.930 1.130 18.600 18.800
Phagwara
Bypass
Agricultural Agricultural
1.130 1.330 18.800 19.000
Phagwara
Bypass
Agricultural Agricultural
1.330 1.530 19.000 19.200
Phagwara
Bypass
Agricultural Agricultural
1.530 1.730 19.200 19.400
Phagwara
Bypass
Agricultural Agricultural
1.730 1.930 19.400 19.600
Phagwara
Bypass
Agricultural Agricultural
1.930 2.130 19.600 19.800
Phagwara
Bypass
Agricultural Agricultural
2.130 2.330 19.800 20.000
Phagwara
Bypass
Agricultural Agricultural
2.330 2.530 20.000 20.200
Phagwara
Bypass
Agricultural Agricultural
2.530 2.730 20.200 20.400
Phagwara
Bypass
Village
Palahi
Agricultural
2.730 2.930 20.400 20.600
Phagwara
Bypass
Barren Agricultural
2.930 3.130 20.600 20.800
Phagwara
Bypass
Barren Plotted
3.130 3.330 20.800 21.000
Phagwara
Bypass
Barren Commercial
3.330 3.530 21.000 21.200
Phagwara
Bypass
Barren
Commercial+
Plotted
3.530 3.730 21.200 21.400 Phagwara Barren Built Up



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Chainage (Km)
Existing
Chainage wrt
SH/MDR (Km)
SH/ MDR
Land Use
From To From To LHS (m) RHS (m)
Bypass
3.730 3.930 21.400 21.600
Phagwara
Bypass
Barren
Commercial+
Agricultural
3.930 4.130 21.600 21.800
Phagwara
Bypass
Barren Barren
4.130 4.330 21.800 22.000
Phagwara
Bypass
Barren Barren
4.330 4.530 22.000 22.200
Phagwara
Bypass
Barren Agricultural
4.530 4.730 22.200 22.400
Phagwara
Bypass
Barren Built Up
4.730 4.930 22.400 22.600
Phagwara
Bypass
Agricultural
Building Line+
Built Up
4.930 5.130 22.600 22.800
Phagwara
Bypass
Built Up Built Up
5.130 5.330 22.800 23.000
Phagwara
Bypass
Building
Line
Agricultural
5.330 5.530 23.000 23.200
Phagwara
Bypass
Barren Barren
5.530 5.730 23.200 23.400
Phagwara
Bypass
Building
Line +
Agricultural
Building Line +
Agricultural
5.730 5.930 23.400 23.600
Phagwara
Bypass
Building
Line
Building Line
5.930 6.130 23.600 23.800
Phagwara
Bypass
Building
Line
Building Line
6.130 6.330 23.800 24.000
Phagwara
Bypass
Building
Line
Building Line
6.330 6.530 24.000 24.200
Phagwara
Bypass
Building
Line
Building Line+
Agricultural
6.530 6.730 24.200 24.400
Phagwara
Bypass
Building
Line
Agricultural
6.730 6.930 24.400 24.600
Phagwara
Bypass
Commercial Commercial
6.930 7.130 24.600 24.800
Phagwara
Bypass
Commercial Agricultural
7.130 7.330 24.800 25.000
Phagwara
Bypass
Building
Line +
Agricultural
Agricultural
7.330 7.530 25.000 25.200
Phagwara
Bypass
Agricultural
Building Line+
Agricultural+
Built Up
7.530 7.730 25.200 25.400
Phagwara
Bypass
Agricultural Agricultural
7.730 7.930 25.400 25.600 Phagwara Agricultural Agricultural



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Chainage (Km)
Existing
Chainage wrt
SH/MDR (Km)
SH/ MDR
Land Use
From To From To LHS (m) RHS (m)
Bypass
7.930 8.130 25.600 25.800
Phagwara
Bypass
Agricultural
Building Line+
Built Up
8.130 8.330 25.800 26.000
Phagwara
Bypass
Agricultural Agricultural
8.330 8.530 26.000 26.200
Phagwara
Bypass
Agricultural
Plotted Area+
Built Up
8.530 8.730 26.200 26.400
Phagwara
Bypass
Agricultural
Plotted Area+
Agricultural
8.730 8.930 26.400 26.600
Phagwara
Bypass
Agricultural Agricultural
8.930 9.130 26.600 26.800
Phagwara
Bypass
Agricultural
Built Up+
Village
9.130 9.330 26.800 27.000
Phagwara
Bypass
Agricultural Built Up
9.330 9.530 5.000 5.200 MDR56 Agricultural Built Up
9.530 9.730 5.200 5.400 MDR56
Built Up+
Agricultural
Built Up+
Agricultural
9.730 9.930 5.400 5.600 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
9.930 10.130 5.600 5.800 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
10.130 10.330 5.800 6.000 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
10.330 10.530 6.000 6.200 MDR56 Built Up Agricultural
10.530 10.735 6.200 6.400 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
10.735 10.930 6.400 6.600 MDR56 Agricultural Built Up
10.930 11.140 6.600 6.800 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
11.140 11.340 6.800 7.000 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
11.340 11.550 7.000 7.200 MDR56 Agricultural
Built Up+
Agricultral
11.550 11.755 7.200 7.400 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
11.755 11.965 7.400 7.600 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
11.965 12.170 7.600 7.800 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
12.170 12.380 7.800 8.000 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
12.380 12.580 8.000 8.200 MDR56 Agricultural Built Up
12.580 12.780 8.200 8.400 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
12.780 12.980 8.400 8.600 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
12.980 13.185 8.600 8.800 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
13.185 13.385 8.800 9.000 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
13.385 13.580 9.000 9.200 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
13.580 13.775 9.200 9.400 MDR56
Building
Line
Building Line+
Agricultural
13.775 13.965 9.400 9.600 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
13.965 14.160 9.600 9.800 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural



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Existing
Chainage wrt
SH/MDR (Km)
SH/ MDR
Land Use
From To From To LHS (m) RHS (m)
14.160 14.350 9.800 10.000 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
14.350 14.550 10.000 10.200 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
14.550 14.745 10.200 10.400 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
14.745 14.945 10.400 10.600 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
14.945 15.145 10.600 10.800 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
15.145 15.260 10.800 10.920 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
15.260 15.340 10.920 11.000 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
15.340 15.470 10.920 11.130 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
15.470 15.560 11.130 11.220 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
15.560 15.725 11.130 11.385 MDR56 Built Up Agricultural
15.725 15.770 11.385 11.430 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
15.770 15.965 11.430 11.630 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
15.965 16.165 11.630 11.830 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
16.165 16.360 11.830 12.030 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
16.360 16.560 12.030 12.230 MDR56 Built Up Agricultural
16.560 16.760 12.230 12.430 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
16.760 16.960 12.430 12.630 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
16.960 17.160 12.630 12.830 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
17.160 17.355 12.830 13.030 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
17.355 17.555 13.030 13.230 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
17.555 17.755 13.230 13.430 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
17.755 17.955 13.430 13.630 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
17.955 18.155 13.630 13.830 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
18.155 18.355 13.830 14.030 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
18.355 18.555 14.030 14.230 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
18.555 18.755 14.230 14.430 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
18.755 18.955 14.430 14.630 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
18.955 19.155 14.630 14.830 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
19.155 19.355 14.830 15.030 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
19.355 19.555 15.030 15.230 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
19.555 19.755 15.230 15.430 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
19.755 19.955 15.430 15.630 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
19.955 20.160 15.630 15.830 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
20.160 20.360 15.830 16.030 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
20.360 20.560 16.030 16.230 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
20.560 20.760 16.230 16.430 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
20.760 20.960 16.430 16.630 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
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Existing
Chainage wrt
SH/MDR (Km)
SH/ MDR
Land Use
From To From To LHS (m) RHS (m)
21.165 21.365 16.830 17.030 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
21.365 21.565 17.030 17.230 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
21.565 21.765 17.230 17.430 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
21.765 21.965 17.430 17.630 MDR56
Agricultural+
Built Up
Agricultural+
Built Up
21.965 22.165 17.630 17.830 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
22.165 22.365 17.830 18.030 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
22.365 22.565 18.030 18.230 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
22.565 22.770 18.230 18.430 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
22.770 22.970 18.430 18.630 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
22.970 23.170 18.630 18.830 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
23.170 23.370 18.830 19.030 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
23.370 23.570 19.030 19.230 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
23.570 23.770 19.230 19.430 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
23.770 23.970 19.430 19.630 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
23.970 24.170 19.630 19.830 MDR56
Agricultural+
Built Up
Agricultural+
Built Up
24.170 24.370 19.830 20.030 MDR56
Agricultural+
Built Up
Agricultural+
Built Up
24.370 24.570 20.030 20.230 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
24.570 24.765 20.230 20.430 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
24.765 24.965 20.430 20.630 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
24.965 25.075 20.630 20.740 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
25.075 25.165 20.740 20.830 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
25.165 25.365 20.830 21.030 MDR56
Agricultural+
Built Up
Agricultural+
Built Up
25.365 25.570 21.030 21.230 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
25.570 25.770 21.230 21.430 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
25.770 25.970 21.430 21.630 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
25.970 26.170 21.630 21.830 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
26.170 26.375 21.830 22.030 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
26.375 26.570 22.030 22.230 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
26.570 26.770 22.230 22.430 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
26.770 26.970 22.430 22.630 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
26.970 27.170 22.630 22.830 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
27.170 27.370 22.830 23.030 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
27.370 27.570 23.030 23.230 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
27.570 27.770 23.230 23.430 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
27.770 27.970 23.430 23.630 MDR56 Built Up Built Up



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Design
Chainage (Km)
Existing
Chainage wrt
SH/MDR (Km)
SH/ MDR
Land Use
From To From To LHS (m) RHS (m)
27.970 28.170 23.630 23.830 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
28.170 28.275 23.830 23.940 MDR56 Agricultural Built Up
28.275 28.365 23.940 24.030 MDR56 Agricultural Built Up
28.365 28.565 24.030 24.230 MDR56
Agricultural+
Built Up
Agricultural
28.565 28.760 24.230 24.430 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
28.760 28.960 24.430 24.630 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
28.960 29.160 24.630 24.830 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
29.160 29.355 24.830 25.030 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
29.355 29.555 25.030 25.230 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
29.555 29.755 25.230 25.430 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
29.755 29.950 25.430 25.630 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
29.950 30.150 25.630 25.830 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
30.150 30.350 25.830 26.030 MDR56
Agricultural+
Built Up
Museum+Built
Up
30.350 30.550 26.030 26.230 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
30.550 30.745 26.230 26.430 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
30.745 30.945 26.430 26.630 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
30.945 31.145 26.630 26.830 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
31.145 31.345 26.830 27.030 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
31.345 31.540 27.030 27.230 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
31.540 31.740 27.230 27.430 MDR56
Agricultural+
Built Up
Agricultural+
Built Up
31.740 31.940 27.430 27.630 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
31.940 32.135 27.630 27.830 MDR56
Agricultural+
Built Up
Agricultural+
Built Up
32.135 32.335 27.830 28.030 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
32.335 32.535 28.030 28.230 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
32.535 32.740 28.230 28.430 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
32.740 32.940 28.430 28.630 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
32.940 33.140 28.630 28.830 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
33.140 33.340 28.830 29.030 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
33.340 33.545 29.030 29.230 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
33.545 33.745 29.230 29.430 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
33.745 33.950 29.430 29.630 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
33.950 34.150 29.630 29.830 MDR56 Barren Agricultural
34.150 34.355 29.830 30.030 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
34.355 34.555 30.030 30.230 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
34.555 34.760 30.230 30.430 MDR56 Built Up Built Up



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Design
Chainage (Km)
Existing
Chainage wrt
SH/MDR (Km)
SH/ MDR
Land Use
From To From To LHS (m) RHS (m)
34.760 34.960 30.430 30.630 MDR56
Agricultural+
Built Up
Agricultural
34.960 35.165 30.630 30.830 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
35.165 35.360 30.830 31.030 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
35.360 35.565 31.030 31.230 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
35.565 35.765 31.230 31.430 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
35.765 35.965 31.430 31.630 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
35.965 36.165 31.630 31.830 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
36.165 36.365 31.830 32.030 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
36.365 36.570 32.030 32.230 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
36.570 36.780 32.230 32.430 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
36.780 36.980 32.430 32.630 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
36.980 37.185 32.630 32.830 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
37.185 37.390 32.830 33.030 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
37.390 37.595 33.030 33.230 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
37.595 37.800 33.230 33.430 MDR56
Agricultural+
Built Up
Agricultural+
Built Up
37.800 38.000 33.430 33.630 MDR56
Agricultural+
Built Up
Agricultural+
Built Up
38.000 38.205 33.630 33.830 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
38.205 38.410 33.830 34.030 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
38.410 38.615 34.030 34.230 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
38.615 38.815 34.230 34.430 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
38.815 38.965 34.430 34.575 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
38.965 39.015 34.575 34.630 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
39.015 39.225 34.630 34.830 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
39.225 39.425 34.830 35.030 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
39.425 39.635 35.030 35.230 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
39.635 39.845 35.230 35.430 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
39.845 40.055 35.430 35.630 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
40.055 40.270 35.630 35.830 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
40.270 40.480 35.830 36.030 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
40.480 40.685 36.030 36.230 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
40.685 40.900 36.230 36.430 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
40.900 41.110 36.430 36.630 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
41.110 41.325 36.630 36.830 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
41.325 41.530 36.830 37.030 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
41.530 41.745 37.030 37.230 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
41.745 41.955 37.230 37.430 MDR56 Built Up Built Up



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Design
Chainage (Km)
Existing
Chainage wrt
SH/MDR (Km)
SH/ MDR
Land Use
From To From To LHS (m) RHS (m)
41.955 42.165 37.430 37.630 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
42.165 42.375 37.630 37.830 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
42.375 42.590 37.830 38.030 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
42.590 42.665 38.030 38.100 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
42.665 42.800 38.100 38.230 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
42.800 43.015 38.230 38.430 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
43.015 43.225 38.430 38.630 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
43.225 43.435 38.630 38.830 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
43.435 43.700 38.830 39.080 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
43.700 43.895 39.080 39.280 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
43.895 44.095 39.280 39.480 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
44.095 44.290 39.480 39.680 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
44.290 44.490 39.680 39.880 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
44.490 44.685 39.880 40.080 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
44.685 44.885 40.080 40.280 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
44.885 45.085 40.280 40.480 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
45.085 45.285 40.480 40.680 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
45.285 45.480 40.680 40.880 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
45.480 45.680 40.880 41.080 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
45.680 45.880 41.080 41.280 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
45.880 46.080 41.280 41.480 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
46.080 46.275 41.480 41.680 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
46.275 46.475 41.680 41.880 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
46.475 46.670 41.880 42.080 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
46.670 46.870 42.080 42.280 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
46.870 47.065 42.280 42.480 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
47.065 47.265 42.480 42.680 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
47.265 47.460 42.680 42.880 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
47.460 47.660 42.880 43.080 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
47.660 47.855 43.080 43.280 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
47.855 48.055 43.280 43.480 MDR56
Agricultural+
Built Up
Agricultural+
Built Up
48.055 48.250 43.480 43.680 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
48.250 48.450 43.680 43.880 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
48.450 48.650 43.880 44.080 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
48.650 48.845 44.080 44.280 MDR56
Agricultural+
Built Up
Agricultural+
Built Up
48.845 49.045 44.280 44.480 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
49.045 49.240 44.480 44.680 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural



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Design
Chainage (Km)
Existing
Chainage wrt
SH/MDR (Km)
SH/ MDR
Land Use
From To From To LHS (m) RHS (m)
49.240 49.440 44.680 44.880 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
49.440 49.635 44.880 45.080 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
49.635 49.835 45.080 45.280 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
49.835 50.035 45.280 45.480 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
50.035 50.230 45.480 45.680 MDR56
Agricultural+
Built Up
Agricultural+
Built Up
50.230 50.430 45.680 45.880 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
50.430 50.625 45.880 46.080 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
50.625 50.825 46.080 46.280 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
50.825 51.020 46.280 46.480 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
51.020 51.220 46.480 46.680 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
51.220 51.420 46.680 46.880 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
51.420 51.615 46.880 47.080 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
51.615 51.815 47.080 47.280 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
51.815 52.010 47.280 47.480 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
52.010 52.210 47.480 47.680 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
52.210 52.410 47.680 47.880 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
52.410 52.605 47.880 48.080 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
52.605 52.800 48.080 48.280 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
52.800 52.995 48.280 48.480 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
52.995 53.190 48.480 48.680 MDR56 Agricultural
Agricultural+
Built Up
53.190 53.390 48.680 48.880 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
53.390 53.580 48.880 49.080 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
53.580 53.785 49.080 49.280 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
53.785 53.990 49.280 49.480 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
53.990 54.195 49.480 49.680 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
54.195 54.400 49.680 49.880 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
54.400 54.520 49.880 50.000 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
54.520 50.000 50.080 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
50.080 50.280 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
50.280 50.480 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
50.480 50.680 MDR56
Agricultural+
Built Up
Agricultural+
Built Up
50.680 50.880 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
50.880 51.080 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
51.080 51.280 MDR56 Built Up Built Up
51.280 51.480 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
51.480 51.680 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural



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Design
Chainage (Km)
Existing
Chainage wrt
SH/MDR (Km)
SH/ MDR
Land Use
From To From To LHS (m) RHS (m)
51.680 51.880 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
51.880 52.080 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
52.080 52.140 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
52.140 52.340 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
52.340 52.540 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
52.540 52.610 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
52.610 52.740 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
52.740 52.940 MDR56 Agricultural Agricultural
57.250 52.940 53.140 MDR56 Agricultural Canal
57.250 57.450 53.140 53.340 MDR56 Agricultural Canal
57.450 57.650 53.340 53.540 MDR56 Agricultural Canal
57.650 57.845 53.540 53.740 MDR56 Barren Canal
57.845 58.045 53.740 53.940 MDR56 Agricultural Canal
58.045 58.240 53.940 54.140 MDR56
Agricultural+
Barren
Canal
58.240 58.440 54.140 54.340 MDR56 Agricultural Canal
58.440 58.640 54.340 54.540 MDR56 Plantation Canal
58.640 58.830 54.540 54.740 MDR56 Barren Canal
58.830 59.025 54.740 54.940 MDR56 Barren Canal
59.025 59.200 54.940 55.140 MDR56 Barren Canal
59.200 59.360 55.140 55.340 MDR56 Built Up Canal
59.360 59.560 55.340 55.540 MDR56 Built Up Canal
59.560 59.675 55.540 55.740 MDR56
Built Up+
Plantation
Canal
59.675 59.875 55.740 56.000 MDR56 Barren Canal
59.875 60.070 27.000 26.800 SH24 Built Up Canal
60.070 60.270 26.800 26.600 SH24
Built Up+
Barren
Canal
60.270 60.470 26.600 26.400 SH24 Agricultural Canal
60.470 60.670 26.400 26.200 SH24 Agricultural Canal
60.670 60.870 26.200 26.000 SH24 Plantation Canal
60.870 61.070 26.000 25.800 SH24 Agricultutral Canal
61.070 61.265 25.800 25.600 SH24
Agricultural+
Barren
Canal
61.265 61.465 25.600 25.400 SH24 Agricultural Canal
61.465 61.665 25.400 25.200 SH24
Agricultural+
Barren
Canal
61.665 61.865 25.200 25.000 SH24
Agricultural+
Barren
Canal



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Design
Chainage (Km)
Existing
Chainage wrt
SH/MDR (Km)
SH/ MDR
Land Use
From To From To LHS (m) RHS (m)
61.865 62.065 25.000 24.800 SH24
Agricultural+
Plantation
Canal
62.065 62.260 24.800 24.600 SH24 Plantation Canal
62.260 62.460 24.600 24.400 SH24 Built Up Canal
62.460 62.660 24.400 24.200 SH24
Built Up +
Plantation
Canal
62.660 62.860 24.200 24.000 SH24
Plantation+
Agricultural
Canal
62.860 63.060 24.000 23.800 SH24
Plantation+
Agricultural
Canal
63.060 63.260 23.800 23.600 SH24 Plantation Canal
63.260 63.460 23.600 23.400 SH24 Plantation Canal
63.460 63.660 23.400 23.200 SH24 Plantation Canal
63.660 63.860 23.200 23.000 SH24 Plantation Canal
63.860 64.065 23.000 22.800 SH24 Built Up Canal
64.065 64.260 22.800 22.600 SH24
Agricultural+
Plantation
Canal
64.260 64.460 22.600 22.400 SH24
Agricultural+
Plantation
Canal
64.460 64.665 22.400 22.200 SH24
Agricultural+
Plantation
Canal
64.665 64.865 22.200 22.000 SH24
Agricultural+
Plantation
Canal
64.865 65.065 22.000 21.800 SH24
Agricultural+
Plantation
Canal
65.065 65.260 21.800 21.600 SH24
Agricultural+
Plantation
Canal
65.260 65.455 21.600 21.400 SH24
Agricultural+
Plantation
Canal
65.455 65.650 21.400 21.200 SH24
Agricultural+
Plantation
Canal
65.650 65.850 21.200 21.000 SH24 Plantation Canal
65.850 66.045 21.000 20.800 SH24 Plantation Canal
66.045 66.240 20.800 20.600 SH24 Plantation Canal
66.240 66.435 20.600 20.400 SH24 Plantation Canal
66.435 66.630 20.400 20.200 SH24
Agricultural+
Barren
Canal
66.630 66.825 20.200 20.000 SH24
Agricultural+
Barren
Canal
66.825 67.025 20.000 19.800 SH24 Plantation Canal



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Design
Chainage (Km)
Existing
Chainage wrt
SH/MDR (Km)
SH/ MDR
Land Use
From To From To LHS (m) RHS (m)
67.025 67.225 19.800 19.600 SH24 Plantation Canal
67.225 67.425 19.600 19.400 SH24 Plantation Canal
67.425 67.625 19.400 19.200 SH24 Built Up Canal
67.625 67.825 19.200 19.000 SH24 Built Up Canal
67.825 68.025 19.000 18.800 SH24
Agricultural+
Plantation
Canal
68.025 68.225 18.800 18.600 SH24
Agricultural+
Plantation
Canal
68.225 68.425 18.600 18.400 SH24
Agricultural+
Plantation
Canal
68.425 68.625 18.400 18.200 SH24 Agricultutral Canal
68.625 68.825 18.200 18.000 SH24 Agricultutral Canal
68.825 69.025 18.000 17.800 SH24 Built Up Canal
69.025 69.225 17.800 17.600 SH24
Built Up+
Agricultural
Canal
69.225 69.425 17.600 17.400 SH24
Barren+
Plantation
Canal
69.425 69.625 17.400 17.200 SH24
Barren+
Plantation
Canal
69.625 69.665 17.200 17.165 SH24
Barren+
Plantation
Canal
69.665 70.390 17.165 16.440 SH24
Barren+
Plantation
Canal
70.390 70.430 16.440 16.400 SH24
Barren+
Plantation
Canal
70.430 70.630 16.400 16.200 SH24 Plantation Canal
70.630 70.825 16.200 16.000 SH24 Built Up Canal
70.825 71.030 16.000 15.800 SH24
Built Up+
Agricultural+
Plantation
Canal
71.030 71.225 15.800 15.600 SH24 J ungle Canal
71.225 71.425 15.600 15.400 SH24
Agricultural+
Barren+
Built Up
Canal
71.425 71.625 15.400 15.200 SH24 Built Up Canal
71.625 71.830 15.200 15.000 SH24 Agricultural Canal
71.830 72.030 15.000 14.800 SH24 Plantation Canal
72.030 72.230 14.800 14.600 SH24 Agricultural Canal
72.230 72.430 14.600 14.400 SH24
J ungle+
Plantation
Canal



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Design
Chainage (Km)
Existing
Chainage wrt
SH/MDR (Km)
SH/ MDR
Land Use
From To From To LHS (m) RHS (m)
72.430 72.630 14.400 14.200 SH24
J ungle+
Plantation
Canal
72.630 72.830 14.200 14.000 SH24
J ungle+
Plantation+
Agricultural
Canal
72.830 73.030 14.000 13.800 SH24 Agricultural Canal
73.030 73.225 13.800 13.600 SH24 J ungle Canal
73.225 73.425 13.600 13.400 SH24
J ungle+
Agricultural
Canal
73.425 73.620 13.400 13.200 SH24 J ungle Canal
73.620 73.820 13.200 13.000 SH24 Agricultural Canal
73.820 74.020 13.000 12.800 SH24 Agricultural Canal
74.020 74.220 12.800 12.600 SH24
Agricultural+
Built Up
Canal
74.220 74.425 12.600 12.400 SH24
Built Up (out
of ROW)
Canal
74.425 74.625 12.400 12.200 SH24
Barren+
Agricultural
Canal
74.625 74.825 12.200 12.000 SH24 Agricultural Canal
74.825 75.025 12.000 11.800 SH24 Built Up Canal
75.025 75.225 11.800 11.600 SH24 Built Up Canal
75.225 75.425 11.600 11.400 SH24 Built Up Canal
75.425 75.625 11.400 11.200 SH24 Built Up Canal
75.625 75.825 11.200 11.000 SH24
Barren+
Agricultural
Canal
75.825 76.025 11.000 10.800 SH24
Built Up+
Open
Canal
76.025 76.220 10.800 10.600 SH24 Built Up Canal
76.220 76.420 10.600 10.400 SH24 Built Up Canal
76.420 76.620 10.400 10.200 SH24 Built Up Canal
76.620 76.820 10.200 10.000 SH24
Barren+
Open
Canal
76.820 77.020 10.000 9.800 SH24 Agricultural Canal
77.020 77.220 9.800 9.600 SH24 Built Up Canal
77.220 77.420 9.600 9.400 SH24 Built Up Canal
77.420 77.620 9.400 9.200 SH24 Open Canal
77.620 77.820 9.200 9.000 SH24 Open Canal
77.820 78.025 9.000 8.800 SH24 Open Canal
78.025 78.220 8.800 8.600 SH24 Wall Canal
78.220 78.420 8.600 8.400 SH24 Wall Canal



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Design
Chainage (Km)
Existing
Chainage wrt
SH/MDR (Km)
SH/ MDR
Land Use
From To From To LHS (m) RHS (m)
78.420 78.625 8.400 8.200 SH24 Open Canal
78.625 78.820 8.200 8.000 SH24 College Canal
78.820 79.025 8.000 7.800 SH24 College Canal
79.025 79.220 7.800 7.600 SH24
College+
Dhaba
Canal
79.220 79.420 7.600 7.400 SH24 Wall Canal
79.420 79.620 7.400 7.200 SH24 Wall Canal
79.620 79.820 7.200 7.000 SH24 Built Up Canal
79.820 80.020 7.000 6.800 SH24 Built Up Canal
80.020 80.170 6.800 6.651 SH24 Barren Canal

Fill Height

Cut/Fill height varies from 1 m to 5 m

Drains

Covered as well as uncovered lined drains are provided in the urban sections.

Road Junctions

The road junctions along the existing road are listed in Table 2.2 below:


Table 2.2 - Junction Locations
S.
No.
Proposed
Chainage
(km)
Destination Side
Remarks
Reference
Chainage of
SH / MDR
SH / MDR
1  0+538  Mehtan  RHS  18+211  Phagwara Bypass 
2  0+561  Nangal Majjan  LHS  18+234  Phagwara Bypass 
3  1+135  Phagwara  RHS  18+805  Phagwara Bypass 
4  1+138  Palahi  LHS  18+808  Phagwara Bypass 
5  1+888  Khangura  RHS  19+558  Phagwara Bypass 
6  1+888  Palahi  LHS  19+558  Phagwara Bypass 
7  4+195  To Residential Area  RHS  21+864  Phagwara Bypass 
8  4+535  To Residential Area  RHS  22+204  Phagwara Bypass 
9  4+555  To Residential Area  RHS  22+224  Phagwara Bypass 
10  5+082  Phagwara  RHS  22+751  Phagwara Bypass 
11  5+082  Bhularai  LHS  22+751  Phagwara Bypass 



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S.
No.
Proposed
Chainage
(km)
Destination Side
Remarks
Reference
Chainage of
SH / MDR
SH / MDR
12  5+345  To Village  RHS  23+014  Phagwara Bypass 
13  6+275  Phagwara  RHS  23+946  Phagwara Bypass 
14  6+633  Phagwara  RHS  24+302  Phagwara Bypass 
15  6+903  Sukh Chain Nagar  RHS  24+572  Phagwara Bypass 
16  6+923  Gurunanak Nagar  LHS  24+592  Phagwara Bypass 
17  7+850  Bazidpur  LHS  25+501  Phagwara Bypass 
18  7+937  Phagwara  RHS  25+516  Phagwara Bypass 
19  9+550  Dosanjh Kalan  RHS  27+215/5+215  Phagwara Bypass 
20  10+273  Bahua Village  LHS  5+942  MDR56 
21  10+500  Bahua Village  LHS  5+995  MDR56 
22  11+044  Burj  LHS  6+166  MDR56 
23  11+274  Burj Kandhari  LHS  6+706  MDR56 
24  11+392  Military Farm Sarangwal  LHS  6+943  MDR56 
25  12+288  To Village  LHS  7+053  MDR56 
26  12+530  To Village  RHS  8+149  MDR56 
27  12+955  Jagatpur Village  LHS  8+572  MDR56 
28  13+239  Chakmadar Village  LHS  8+854  MDR56 
29  13+581  Munna Village  LHS  9+201  MDR56 
30  13+800  Saryala Ranu  RHS  9+427  MDR56 
31  13+800  Jasson Majra  LHS  9+427  MDR56 
32  13+842  Munna Village  LHS  9+473  MDR56 
33  14+734  Chack Mai Dass  RHS  40+385  MDR56 
34  16+794  Bahram Village  LHS  12+463  MDR56 
35  16+852  To Residential Area  RHS  12+521  MDR56 
36  17+046 
C K Memorial Public 
School 
RHS  12+716  MDR56 
37  17+220  Talwandi  RHS  12+891  MDR56 
38  17+324  Mahilpur  LHS  12+996  MDR56 
39  17+375  Mukandpur  RHS  13+049  MDR56 
40  17+464  To Residential Area  LHS  13+138  MDR56 
41  18+159  To Village  RHS  13+835  MDR56 
42  18+721  Chhander Khurd  LHS  14+396  MDR56 
43  19+316  Bisla  LHS  14+992  MDR56 
44  19+380  To Residential Area  LHS  15+055  MDR56 
45  19+442  Dhadua  RHS  15+166  MDR56 
46  19+500  To Residential Area  LHS  15+174  MDR56 
47  19+535  To Residential Area  LHS  15+209  MDR56 
48  19+558  To Residential Area  LHS  15+232  MDR56 
49  19+609  Bisla  LHS  15+283  MDR56 
50  20+264  Lalapur Village  RHS  15+935  MDR56 



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Chainage
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Destination Side
Remarks
Reference
Chainage of
SH / MDR
SH / MDR
51  20+608  Bisla  LHS  16+277  MDR56 
52  21+399  Dhahan Village  RHS  17+064  MDR56 
53  22+158  Kaleran  LHS  17+821  MDR56 
54  22+933  Mallupota  RHS  18+593  MDR56 
55  24+220  Bahdowal  LHS  19+881  MDR56 
56  24+360  Chak Kalan  RHS  20+022  MDR56 
57  24+681  Chak Kalan  RHS  20+343  MDR56 
58  24+698  Bahdowal  LHS  20+359  MDR56 
59  25+221  To Residential Area  RHS  20+882  MDR56 
60  25+874  Vishva Ruhani Kendra  RHS  21+532  MDR56 
61  26+068  Sotran Village  RHS  21+726  MDR56 
62  26+068  Hopowal  LHS  21+726  MDR56 
63  26+185  To Residential Area  RHS  21+841  MDR56 
64  26+494  City  LHS  22+150  MDR56 
65  26+523  To City  RHS  22+180  MDR56 
66  26+722  To Residential Area  RHS  22+379  MDR56 
67  26+788  To Residential Area  RHS  22+445  MDR56 
68  26+968  Railway Road  RHS  22+629  MDR56 
69  27+033  Chintpurni Temple Road  RHS  22+691  MDR56 
70  27+133  Garhshankar  LHS  22+795  MDR56 
71  28+499  To Residential Area  RHS  24+163  MDR56 
72  29+655  Khatkar Kalan  RHS  25+330  MDR56 
73  29+655  Thandian  LHS  25+330  MDR56 
74  30+373  Khatkar Kalan  RHS  26+052  MDR56 
75  30+376  Naura  LHS  26+055  MDR56 
76  30+550  Khatkar Kalan  RHS  26+231  MDR56 
77  31+086  KahmaVillage  RHS  26+769  MDR56 
78  31+091  Bhutan Village  LHS  26+774  MDR56 
79  31+746  Bhunta Village  LHS  27+434  MDR56 
80  31+750  Kamaha Village  RHS  27+438  MDR56 
81  32+192  Kamaha Village  RHS  27+884  MDR56 
82  32+470  Kamaha Village  RHS  28+162  MDR56 
83  32+473  Jabbowal Village  LHS  28+165  MDR56 
84  32+797  Gurudwara  RHS  28+487  MDR56 
85  33+434  Kariha Village  RHS  29+121  MDR56 
86  33+626  Kariha Village  RHS  29+311  MDR56 
87  33+626  Bains Village  LHS  29+311  MDR56 
88  34+608  Malpur Adka  RHS  30+280  MDR56 
89  35+005  Malpur Adka  LHS  30+673  MDR56 



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Proposed
Chainage
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Destination Side
Remarks
Reference
Chainage of
SH / MDR
SH / MDR
90  37+566  Mahalon  LHS  33+201  MDR56 
91  37+625 
Sandhu Institute Of 
Nursing 
RHS  33+261  MDR56 
92  37+851 
Sandhu Institute Of 
Nursing 
RHS  33+487  MDR56 
93  38+162  To Residential Area  LHS  33+785  MDR56 
94  38+339  Mahalo  LHS  33+958  MDR56 
95  38+748  Sugar Mill Colony  RHS  34+364  MDR56 
96  38+871  To Residential Area  RHS  34+484  MDR56 
97  39+012  Gujjar Kalan  LHS  34+623  MDR56 
98  39+416  Guru Tej Bahadur Nagar  LHS  35+022  MDR56 
99  39+431  Guru Tej Bahadur Nagar  LHS  35+070  MDR56 
100  39+685  To Residential Area  RHS  35+275  MDR56 
101  39+685  Guru Tej Bahadur Nagar  LHS  35+275  MDR56 
102  39+998  To Residential Area  LHS  35+569  MDR56 
103  40+000  To Residential Area  RHS  35+571  MDR56 
104  40+009  Garh Shankar, To Colony  LHS  35+771  MDR56 
105  40+240  To Residential Area  RHS  35+782  MDR56 
106  40+432  To Residential Area  LHS  35+983  MDR56 
107  40+436  Raho  RHS  35+987  MDR56 
108  40+463  Raho  RHS  36+020  MDR56 
109  40+969  To Residential Area  LHS  36+494  MDR56 
110  43+241  Saloh,  Jethu Majara  RHS  38+646  MDR56 
111  43+241  Barnala  LHS  38+646  MDR56 
112  44+315   Jethu Majara  RHS  39+701  MDR56 
113  45+273  Romroa  RHS  40+671  MDR56 
114  45+377  Sona Village  LHS  40+774  MDR56 
115  45+681  Langroya  RHS  41+080  MDR56 
116  45+927  To Residential Area  LHS  41+329  MDR56 
117  46+126  Sajawal Pur  RHS  41+530  MDR56 
118  46+450  Langroya  RHS  41+857  MDR56 
119  46+548  Kishanpura  LHS  41+957  MDR56 
120  47+394  Sajjawalpur  RHS  42+815  MDR56 
121  47+394  Kishanpura  LHS  42+815  MDR56 
122  48+314  Kishanpura  LHS  43+745  MDR56 
123  48+632  Jandla  RHS  44+067  MDR56 
124  48+836  Nai Majara Village  RHS  44+272  MDR56 
125  48+898  Dolatpur  LHS  44+334  MDR56 
126  49+085  Jadla  RHS  44+524  MDR56 
127  49+163  To Residential Area  RHS  44+607  MDR56 



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Chainage
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Destination Side
Remarks
Reference
Chainage of
SH / MDR
SH / MDR
128  49+764  Dolatpur  LHS  45+212  MDR56 
129  49+766  Jandla  RHS  45+214  MDR56 
130  50+127  Jandla  RHS  45+576  MDR56 
131  50+127  Dolatpur  LHS  45+576  MDR56 
132  50+852  Jandla  RHS  46+309  MDR56 
133  50+852  Dolatpur  LHS  46+309  MDR56 
134  51+654  Jandla  RHS  47+120  MDR56 
135  52+338  Birowal  RHS  47+811  MDR56 
136  52+863  Birowal  RHS  48+345  MDR56 
137  52+889  Thathyala  LHS  48+381  MDR56 
138  53+752  Thathyala  LHS  49+246  MDR56 
139  57+225  Birowal  RHS  53+110  MDR56 
140  57+306  BKM College  LHS  53+198  MDR56 
141  59+245  Balachor  LHS  55+203  MDR56 
142  60+612  To Village  RHS  26+258  SH24 
143  60+612  Balachor  LHS  26+258  SH24 
144  62+361  To Village  RHS  24+501  SH24 
145  62+365  To Residential Area  LHS  24+491  SH24 
146  63+012  To Village  RHS  23+848  SH24 
147  63+012  Lohat Village  LHS  23+847  SH24 
148  64+050  Manaiwal  RHS  22+813  SH24 
149  64+050  Sudha Majra  LHS  22+813  SH24 
150  67+092  To Village  RHS  19+735  SH24 
151  67+092  Rattewal Road  LHS  19+735  SH24 
152  67+730  Rattewal  LHS  19+099  SH24 
153  68+733  Bharthala  LHS  18+090  SH24 
154  70+624  Bela Tajowal  RHS  16+205  SH24 
155  70+624  Panyali Kalan  LHS  16+205  SH24 
156  70+766  To Residential Area  LHS  16+060  SH24 
157  71+991  To Village  RHS  14+840  SH24 
158  71+991  To Village  LHS  14+840  SH24 
159  73+568  To Village  RHS  13+254  SH24 
160  74+862  To Village  RHS  11+963  SH24 
161  77+190  To Village  RHS  9+632  SH24 
162  77+190  To Residential Area  LHS  9+632  SH24 
163  79+438  To Village  RHS  7+384  SH24 
164  79+933  To Residential Area  LHS  6+888  SH24 






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Utility Services

Telephone and Electric/HT Lines: In urban section of the project road, Telephone and Electric
lines are running parallel to the project road and at some locations HT and LT lines are crossing
the road at frequent interval throughout the road stretch.

2.2.2 Road Condition Survey

The visual road condition survey data as recorded at site has been presented in Annexure 2.2. This
includes information on visible and ongoing/ recent improvements.

2.3 Topographic Survey

The topographic survey along the project corridor was carried out as per the Terms of Reference (TOR),
using high precision Total Station with the objective to capture essential ground features and prepare
plan and profile drawings

Detailed topographic survey was carried out following the procedure given below:

• Setting up permanent bench marks and control stations at 5km interval.
• Establishment of horizontal control.
• Establishment of vertical control to have the elevation coordinate hooked to the nearest GTS stations
along the Project Road.
• Collection of Digital Terrain Model data containing the existing highway, rivers, streams and other
topographical features to form the basis for the new designs; and
• Preparation of base plans containing existing highway, rivers, streams and other topographical
features to form the basis of the new designs; and
• Preparation of base plans containing the entire natural and manmade structures like buildings,
fences, walls, utilities, temples and other religious structures etc. That would govern the finalization
of horizontal alignment.
NOTE:
a) Survey of India (SOI) GTS at Ropar barrage is the reference for ‘Z’ value i.e. level.
b) If two pairs of GPS are available, it is advised to close the loop with new traverse to get the actual
coordinates in reference to co-ordinates provided by the Consultant below in Table 2.3:

Table 2.3 – GPS Coordinates


No 
EASTING  NORTHING  ELEVATION CODE  REMARKS 
1  637730.794  3430706.716 266.163  GPS‐02 
On Shoulder Road Right Side 
Near Furniture Shop 
2  637503.878  3430772.503 266.802  GPS‐2A 
On Shoulder Road Left Side 
Near Bus Stop 
3  634660.664  3431353.024 268.177  GPS‐03 
On Shoulder Road Left Side 
Front Km Stone‐15 



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EASTING  NORTHING  ELEVATION CODE  REMARKS 
4  634428.456  3431393.428 267.479  GPS‐3A 
On Shoulder Road Right Side 
Near Transformar 
5  630841.500  3432215.145 267.688  GPS‐04 
On Shoulder Road Right Side 
Near Electrice Pole 
6  630590.519  3432237.608 265.183  GPS‐4A 
On Shoulder Road Left Side 
H.M. Stone 
7  627221.575  3433629.360 263.819  GPS‐05 
On Shoulder Road Right Side 
Near Km Stone‐23 
8  627005.408  3433695.304 263.813  GPS‐5A 
On Shoulder Road Right Side 
Near CH‐23242 
9  623805.126  3435616.328 264.867  GPS‐06 
On Shoulder Road Left Side 
Kanal Side Near Km Stone‐27 
10  621256.820  3437683.427 270.872  GPS‐07 
On Shoulder Road Right Side 
Front Baba Roshansa Bali 
Road 
11  621280.957  3438071.361 271.505  GPS‐7A 
On Shoulder Road Left Side 
(Chock) Pathankot Road Side 
12  617810.082  3439463.102 263.729  GPS‐08 
On Shoulder Road Left Side 
Km Stone‐48 
13  617548.629  3439556.069 263.540  GPS‐8A 
On Shoulder Road Right Side 
CH‐48300 
14  614111.257  3440948.851 260.226  GPS‐09 
On Shoulder Road Left Side 
Front Graveyard 
15  613902.201  3441033.073 260.110  GPS‐9A 
On Shoulder Road Left Side 
Near Hair Drasar 
16  609571.550  3442800.649 258.105  GPS‐10 
On Shoulder Road Right Side 
Near Km Stone‐39 
17  609335.104  3442882.906 258.430 
GPS‐
10A 
On Shoulder Road Right Side 
Near Temple 
18  605749.530  3445071.208 254.517  GPS‐11 
On Shoulder Road Left Side 
Near Gujar Pur Kalan Road 
19  605522.233  3445169.216 254.881 
GPS‐
11A 
On Shoulder Road Left Side 
Near Sugar Mill Colony 
20  602489.727  3446716.974 254.636  GPS‐12 
On Shoulder Road Right Side 
Near Km Stone‐31 
21  602258.202  3446818.572 254.777 
GPS‐
12A 
On Shoulder Road Left Side 
Front  Potato Godown 
22  598874.895  3448492.748 252.191  GPS‐13 
On Shoulder Road Right Side 
Near Km Stone‐27 
23  598651.943  3448585.896 252.201 
GPS‐
13A 
On Shoulder Road Left Side 
Near Kamaha Village Road 




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2.4.1 General

The project road has been investigated for evaluating its structural as well as functional performance.
The various surveys for the investigation of the pavement have been done and are discussed below.

2.4.2 Benkelman Beam Deflection (BBD) Test

The rebound deflection measurements using Benkelman Beam Deflection method in accordance to
CGRA procedure stipulated in IRC-81:1997 (“Guidelines for Strengthening of flexible Pavement using
Benkelman Beam Deflection Technique”) have been carried out throughout the Project Road on both
directions along outer wheel path.

Following Procedure was adopted:

• Main line testing at 1000 m interval all along the road. After analyzing the mainline testing
results using cumulative approach, homogenous sections were identified.
• For control section testing :
- A homogenous segment was determined based on the result of pavement condition
survey. The total length of homogeneous segment is not less than 100m per km.
- The deflection testing was carried out for each 100m homogenous length.
- The deflection measurement was done at interval of 10m.

• The observed deflection values were corrected for standard temperature of 35°C. Corrections for
seasonal variation were applied as the tests were carried out during the dry season.
• The 10 deflection readings for each control section were statistically analyzed and the
characteristic deflection was taken to be mean plus twice the standard deviation. The average
characteristic deflection for each homogeneous section was then determined. Results of the
deflection tests are furnished in Annexure 2.3 .The characteristic deflections for homogeneous
sections for use in design are tabulated in Table 2.4 below.

Table 2.4: Benkelman Beam Deflection Survey Summary













S. No. Stretch
Avg. Characteristic
Deflection
Homogeneous
Section Type
From (km) To (km) (mm)
1 0.000 9.430 1.969 I
2 9.430 19.330 1.141 II
3 19.330 40.530 1.911 III
4 40.530 61.280 1.300 IV
5 61.280 73.080 1.884 V
6 73.080 81.330 1.218 VI



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2.5.1 Test Pits for Existing Subgrade

Test pit investigations were carried out at the interface of main carriageway and earthen shoulder at
every 2 km intervals in a staggered manner along the existing road alignment. Following tests were
carried out to ascertain the existing physical and strength condition of the subgrade:

Large Pits (1.0m X 1.0m)

a) In-Situ Moisture Content
b) Dynamic Cone Penetrometer (DCP) test
c) Details of Pavement layer composition
d) Laboratory Soil Characterisation (Grain Size and Atterberg Limits)
e) Laboratory Moisture-Density characteristics (using modified AASHTO compaction)
f) Dry Density using sand replacement method
g) CBR test on 4 day soaked samples

2.5.2 Existing Pavement Composition

Flexible Pavement exists all along the project road. The existing flexible pavement composition was
measured at test pits (1.0m x 1.0m) dug at pavement –shoulder interface at 1000m staggered interval in
both directions. The summary of thickness and composition is given below in Table 2.5.

Table 2.5: Summary of Thickness and Composition of Existing Flexible Pavement Crust

S
No
Design
Chainage
Existing
Chainage
wrt
SH/MDR
SH/ MDR Side
Pavement Composition (mm)
BC DBM WMM GSB
Total
Thickness
1 0+325 18+000
Phagwara
Bypass
Left 50 100 250 200 600
2 1+330 19+000
Phagwara
Bypass
Right 30 40 250 340 660
3 2+330 20+000
Phagwara
Bypass
Left 30 70 210 310 620
4 3+325 21+000
Phagwara
Bypass
Right 25 70 230 320 645
5 4+330 22+000
Phagwara
Bypass
Left 30 70 230 390 720
6 5+330 23+000
Phagwara
Bypass
Right 30 50 230 320 630
7 6+330 24+000
Phagwara
Bypass
Left 30 70 210 360 670



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No
Design
Chainage
Existing
Chainage
wrt
SH/MDR
SH/ MDR Side
Pavement Composition (mm)
BC DBM WMM GSB
Total
Thickness
8 7+330 25+000
Phagwara
Bypass
Right 40 60 120 130 350
9 8+335 26+000
Phagwara
Bypass
Left 30 70 210 360 670
10 9+330 27+000
Phagwara
Bypass
Right 35 70 80 160 345
11 10+330 06+000 MDR56 Left 30 110 200 140 480
12 11+340 07+000 MDR56 Right 40 70 320 360 790
13 12+380 08+000 MDR56 Left 30 70 340 370 810
14 13+385 09+000 MDR56 Right 40 70 310 370 790
15 14+350 10+000 MDR56 Left 50 100 200 350
16 15+340 11+000 MDR56 Right 40 80 270 390
17 16+330 12+000 MDR56 Left 30 80 170 100 380
18 17+330 13+000 MDR56 Right 40 70 170 100 380
19 18+350 14+025 MDR56 Left 40 70 170 100 380
20 19+325 15+000 MDR56 Right 30 90 150 180 450
21 20+330 16+000 MDR56 Left 30 90 210 260 590
22 21+335 17+000 MDR56 Right 30 40 250 320
23 22+335 18+000 MDR56 Left 40 50 130 140 360
24 23+340 19+000 MDR56 Right 50 80 90 190 410
25 24+340 20+000 MDR56 Left 30 60 100 150 340
26 25+135 20+800 MDR56 Right 35 90 80 170 375
27 28+535 24+200 MDR56 Right 30 70 140 180 420
28 29+325 25+000 MDR56 Left 40 50 130 140 360
29 30+520 26+200 MDR56 Right 25 30 130 190 375
30 31+315 27+000 MDR56 Left 25 30 140 210 405
31 32+305 28+000 MDR56 Right 30 70 140 150 390
32 33+310 29+000 MDR56 Left 40 60 330 430
33 34+325 30+000 MDR56 Right 30 80 90 260 460
34 35+335 31+000 MDR56 Left 30 70 200 300



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No
Design
Chainage
Existing
Chainage
wrt
SH/MDR
SH/ MDR Side
Pavement Composition (mm)
BC DBM WMM GSB
Total
Thickness
35 36+335 32+000 MDR56 Left 40 70 100 130 340
36 37+360 33+000 MDR56 Right 40 70 100 120 330
37 38+380 34+000 MDR56 Left 40 30 360 430
38 39+090 34+700 MDR56 Right 30 90 100 210 430
39 43+615 39+000 MDR56 Left 50 100 170 320
40 44+605 40+000 MDR56 Right 40 100 140 170 450
41 45+600 41+000 MDR56 Left 45 100 150 180 475
42 46+590 42+000 MDR56 Right 70 90 160 220 540
43 47+575 43+000 MDR56 Left 30 100 240 370
44 48+565 44+000 MDR56 Left 30 95 170 130 425
45 49+555 45+000 MDR56 Right 30 95 170 130 425
46 50+545 46+000 MDR56 Left 40 40 260 310 650
47 51+535 47+000 MDR56 Right 40 40 270 300 650
48 52+525 48+000 MDR56 Left 30 90 180 230 530
49 53+500 49+000 MDR56 Right 40 90 180 160 470
50 54+520 50+000 MDR56 Left 40 130 160 150 480
51 51+000 MDR56 Right 50 70 300 420
52 52+000 MDR56 Left 40 60 140 230 470
53 53+000 MDR56 Left 40 90 140 230 500
54 58+100 54+000 MDR56 Left 40 70 200 170 480
55 59+080 55+000 MDR56 Left 40 70 200 180 490
56 59+875 27+000 SH24 Left 40 60 230 260 590
57 60+870 26+000 SH24 Left 30 70 180 160 440
58 61+865 25+000 SH24 Left 40 60 170 160 430
59 62+855 24+000 SH24 Left 60 100 200 200 560
60 63+860 23+000 SH24 Left 40 50 200 200 490
61 64+865 22+000 SH24 Left 50 60 200 160 470
62 65+850 21+000 SH24 Left 40 60 180 100 380
63 66+825 20+000 SH24 Left 30 60 200 100 390



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No
Design
Chainage
Existing
Chainage
wrt
SH/MDR
SH/ MDR Side
Pavement Composition (mm)
BC DBM WMM GSB
Total
Thickness
64 67+325 19+500 SH24 Left 50 50 170 240 510
65 68+820 18+000 SH24 Left 45 50 170 230 495
66 69+830 17+000 SH24 Left 40 50 100 220 410
67 70+825 16+000 SH24 Left 40 60 80 240 420
68 71+830 15+000 SH24 Left 50 80 200 130 460
69 72+830 14+000 SH24 Left 50 80 130 160 420
70 73+820 13+000 SH24 Left 40 40 140 160 380
71 74+825 12+000 SH24 Left 40 90 130 150 410
72 75+825 11+000 SH24 Left 40 100 120 150 410
73 76+720 10+100 SH24 Left 40 100 120 140 400
74 77+820 09+000 SH24 Left 40 50 230 230 550
75 78+820 08+000 SH24 Left 40 40 220 120 420
76 79+820 07+000 SH24 Left 40 40 140 150 370
77 06+000 SH24 Left 40 50 130 130 350


2.5.3 Laboratory Tests on Subgrade Samples

The Subgrade samples collected from pits were taken to laboratory to carry out the following tests
according to relevant BIS standard:

Grain Size Analysis IS: 2720 (Part-IV)
Atterberg Limits IS: 2720 (Part-V)
Optimum Moisture Content & Maximum Dry density IS: 2720 (Part-VIII)
California Bearing Ratio Tests on samples (soaked for 4 days) IS: 2720 (Part-XVI)

The field and laboratory test results are compiled and provided in the Annexure 2.4. Summary of the
results are discussed below:

Grain Size Analysis:

The per cent passing 75micron sieve ranged between 65 and 90 with an average of 79.

Atterberg’s Limit:

The mean Liquid Limit and Plastic Limit values for Ropar-Phagwara section are found to be 26.3% and
17.7% respectively and the average value of Plasticity Index of the soil is 9.5%. The results are
summarized in Table 2.6.



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Table 2.6 - Atterberg’s Limits of Subgrade Samples









Compaction Test

From field test results, it is observed that field dry densities in most of the cases are less than 1.90
t/m
3
.The degree of compaction is varying from 81% (minimum) to 90% (maximum) of the MDD.
Laboratory compaction (Heavy) test results show that Maximum Dry Density (MDD) ranges from 1.75
t/m
3
to 2.1 t/m
3
.

CBR Tests

CBR tests on specimens compacted at three different energy level and soaked in water for four days
were carried out for soil samples collected at each test pit. Results of the tests are provided in Annexure
2.4. The Annexure also shows the CBR of the existing subgrade at FDD as derived from the CBR curve
plotted from the tests carried out at three energy levels.

In summary for Ropar-Phagwara section, the CBR at 97% compaction varies between 6.5% and 16.0%.


2.5.4 Dynamic Cone Penetration Test

Dynamic cone penetrometer was conducted at every subgrade investigation pit locations and also at
every 5 km interval staggered along the project road to assess the in-situ CBR at subgrade and below
subgrade level.

Analysis of DCP-CBR

Graph of penetration versus number of blows was plotted for each pit location where the test was
conducted. Slope change of the graph indicates the interface of two layers of the soil. From this graph
layer thickness and slope (penetration mm/blow) were calculated.

DCP – CBR value was calculated for each layer using the following formula:

Log
10
(CBR) =2.48 – 1.057 x Log
10
(mm/blow)

The equivalent DCP – CBR for the full depth of soil investigated was calculated on the basis of
following formula
Test Parameter Minimum
(%)
Maximum
(%)
Average
(%)
Liquid Limit 17.8 34.6 23.4
Plastic Limit 12.9 19.06 15.4
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Equivalent DCP – CBR =
3
3 / 1
layers of thickness
) layer of thickness ( ) CBR (










×




The DCP-CBR test results for the Subgrade pit locations have been presented in the Annexure 2.5. The
DCP tests were carried out during the month of April-May 2010 and accordingly the CBR values may be
representative of partially soaked condition. Summary results of the DCP tests are given in Table 2.7.

Table – 2.7: Dynamic Cone Penetration Tests – Summary of Results

Description Project Road section
Avg. DCP-CBR 15
Maximum DCP-CBR 31
Minimum DCP-CBR 9


2.5.5 Investigation for Natural Ground Along Widening Side and Realignment

On the natural ground where the new carriageway will be constructed and along realignments, the
following tests/investigations were made for assessing the quality and condition of the soil forming the
natural ground:

(a) Large Pits (1.0m X 1.0m)

i) Dynamic Cone penetrometer (DCP) test
ii) In Situ Moisture Content and dry density.
iii) Gradation and Atterberg limits
iv) Compaction tests (Heavy)
v) Soaked CBR

Results or test results are compiled in the Material Investigation Report

2.6 Soil and Material Investigation

2.6.1 General

The materials required for the project include the following:

a) Soil for the subgrade and shoulders
b) Granular material for subbase
c) Stone aggregate or use in pavement course
d) Sand for use in pavement course and cement concrete
e) Water for construction purpose
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The Consultants carried out the needed surveys and investigated in the following step by step procedure:

a) Study of geological and soil maps of the area to identify the type of material in natural formation
b) Study and collection of material and quarry charts available with the PWD and discussions with the
concerned officials about the traditional sources of materials being used in the project area.
c) Visiting the project area to a radius of about 25km to identify any possible quarry / material sources
and collecting samples from such sources for laboratory tests including making an assessment of
available quantity.
d) Testing the samples in the laboratory for engineering properties and evaluation of suitability of
various materials for incorporation in the permanent works.
e) Determining the haulage road by type and distance for bringing the materials to site.
f) Based on the data collected and the laboratory test results, preparation of quarry and material source
charts indicating the location of the various sources and haulage distance.

2.6.2 Stone Aggregates For Pavement Courses And Cement Concrete

The sources of stone aggregates have been identified within the state of Punjab and bordering areas of
Himachal Pradesh. The locations of Stone Aggregate quarries with lead distance are provided in
Table 2.8.
Table 2.8: Details of Stone Aggregate Quarries

Sr.
No
Name of
Crusher/
Supplier
Location
Lead
Distance
Source of
Material
Type of
Material
1 J ai Shankar
Stone Crusher
Damtal Crusher
Zone, Himachal
Pradesh
150 Km Beas River-
bed
40mm, 20mm,
10mm, 6mm,
Sand
2 B.S. stone
Crusher
Mirthal Crusher
Zone, Punjab
155 Km Beas River-
bed
40mm, 20mm,
10mm, 6mm,
Sand
3 Subhash
Transport Co.,
J ammu Road
Pathankot Crusher
Zone (Madhopur/
Sujanpur), Punjab
165 Km Ravi River-
bed
40mm, 20mm,
10mm, 6mm,
Sand
4 Khalsa Stone
Crusher
Bharatgarh
Crusher Zone,
Punjab
67 Km Satluj
River-bed
40mm, 20mm,
10mm, 6mm,
Sand

*Note: Average lead distance for the Project Road

Representative samples were collected and tested for the following properties:

• Aggregate Impact value (AIV) : As per IS: 2386 (Part-6)
• Combined flakiness and elongation indices : As per IS: 2386 (Part-1)
• Coating and stripping of Bitumen Aggregate Mix : As per IS 6214



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• Soundness : As per IS: 2386 (Part-5)
• Specific Gravity : As per IS: 2386 (Part-3)
• Water absorption : As per IS: 2386 (Part-3)
• Alkali Aggregate Reactivity : As per IS-2386 (Part-7)

The test results of stone aggregates are summarized in Table 2.9(a) and 2.9(b)

Table 2.9(a): Laboratory Test Results of Stone Aggregates

S.
No
Location
Tested
Sample
Specific
Gravity
Water
Absorption
(%)
Flakiness
Index
(%)
Elongation
Index
(%)
1 Damtal 20 mm 2.67 0.61 16.6 20.2
10 mm - - 20.4 24.6
2 Mirthal 20 mm 2.64 0.35 14.8 22.5
10 mm - - 17.2 23.8
3 Pathankot 20 mm 2.65 0.29 19.6 25.8
10 mm - - 24.5 28.4
4 Bharatgarh 20 mm 2.62 0.29 15.4 21.2
10 mm - - 18 24.2

Table 2.9(b): Laboratory Test Results of Stone Aggregates

S.
No
Location
Tested
Sample
Aggregate
Impact
Value
(AIV)
Nature in
AAR
Test
Nature in
Soundness
Test
Bitumen
Coating &
Stripping
Test
1 Damtal

20 mm 19 Innocuous Sound Passes
2 Mirthal

20 mm 18 Innocuous Sound Passes
3 Pathankot

20 mm 17 Innocuous Sound Passes
4 Bharatgarh

20 mm 18 Innocuous Sound Passes

The above test results show that the coarse aggregate sampled from all the four quarries/ crusher zones
broadly meet the specification criteria for pavement layers including granular sub-base, WMM base,
DBM & BC wearing course as well as structural concrete. Only in case of shape of aggregate (combined
flakiness and elongation index), the test results fall outside the specification limits for all the four
locations. However, the index value can be brought under specified limits by making suitable changes in
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2.6.3 Sand For Use In Pavement Course And Cement Concrete

Representative samples from the stone quarries were collected and tested in the laboratory. The
following tests were conducted on collected fine aggregate samples.

• Gradation & Fineness Modulus (FM) : As per IS: 2386 (Part-1)
• Soundness : As per IS: 2386 (Part-5)
• Specific Gravity : As per IS: 2386 (Part-3)
• Water absorption : As per IS: 2386 (Part-3)
• Alkali Aggregate Reactivity (AAR) : As per IS-2386 (Part-7)
• Sand Equivalent Test : As per IS-2386 (Part-37)
• LL/ PL of fraction passing 425 micron sieve : As per IS-2386 (Part-5)

The test results are summarized in Tables 2.10(A) and 2.10(B).

Table 2.10(A): Laboratory Test Results of Sand

S.
No
Location
Fineness
Modulus
(FM)
Grading as
per IS:383
%age
Passing 150
micron
Sieve
Sand
Equivalent
Value
PI of
Material
Passing 75
micron
Sieve
1 Damtal 2.45 Zone-II 06 81 N.P.
2 Mirthal 2.43 Zone-II 09 62 N.P.
3 Pathankot 2.49 Zone-II 10 71 N.P.
4 Bharatgarh 2.12 Zone-III 10 91 N.P.

Table 2.10(B): Laboratory Test Results of Sand

S.
No
Location
Specific
Gravity
Water
Absorption
(%)
Nature in AAR
Test
Nature in
Soundness Test
1 Damtal 2.73 2.9 Innocuous Sound
2 Mirthal 2.69 2.7 Innocuous Sound
3 Pathankot 2.79 3.2 Innocuous Sound
4 Bharatgarh 2.76 3.1 Innocuous Sound

The above test results show that the fine aggregate sampled from all the four quarries/ crusher zones
broadly meet the specification criteria for pavement layers including granular sub-base, WMM base,
DBM & BC wearing course as well as structural concrete.

2.6.4 Fly Ash

It is proposed that pond ash from Guru Gobind Singh Super Thermal Power Plant of PSPCL at Ghanauli
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distance of Flyash source is presented in Table 2.11 below

Table 2.11: Lead Distance of Flyash Source

S.No. Location Project Road
Chainage
(km)
Lead From
Source of Pond-
Ash (km)
1 Phagwara (Start of Project Road) 0.00 92
2 Banga 27.00 65
3 Nawanshahr 40.50 52
4 Balachor 60.00 32
5 Ropar (End of Project Road) 80.30 12

2.6.5 Borrow Soil

Location

Potential sources of earth for the construction of embankment and subgrade were identified on either
side of project road. The details of proposed borrow areas investigated with their respective locations;
corresponding chainages and lead from nearest point to project road are tabulated in Table 2.12.

Table 2.12 :- Location of Proposed Borrow Areas

S.No.
Chainage of
Nearest Point
on Project
Road (km)
Location / Village Name
Side of Project
Road
Lead From
Nearest Point
on Project
Road (km)
1 7.900 Phagwara-Mahalpur Road LHS 05
2 26.700 Banga-Mukandpur Road RHS 05
3 45.400 Barnala Kalan-Bhagoran Road LHS 03
4 70.700 Paniyali Kalan Village LHS 10

Laboratory Testing

The scope of Laboratory Testing generally followed for soil samples includes:

i) Grain Size Analysis as per IS: 2720 Part IV
ii) Determination of Atterberg Limits as per IS: 2720 Part V
iii) Determination of MDD/ OMC as per IS: 2720 Part VIII
iv) Determination of soaked CBR as per IS: 2720 Part XVI
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The details of laboratory test results of Borrow area materials are presented in Table 2.13(a) and
Table 2.13(b)

Table 2.13(a):- Details of laboratory test results of Borrow area materials

Location
Type
of Soil
SIEVE ANALYSIS (%by weight passing)
Sand Content (%)
4.75
mm
Sieve
2 mm
Sieve
0.425 mm
Sieve
0.075
mm
Sieve
Phagwara-
Mahalpur
Road
Sand 100 100 100 30 70
Banga-
Mukandpur
Road
Clay 100 98 90 77 23
Barnala
Kalan -
Bhagoran
Road
Silty
Clay
98 97 93 78 20
Paniyali
Kalan
Village
Silt 100 100 95 70 30

Table 2.13(b):- Details of laboratory test results of Borrow area materials

Location
ATTERBERG LIMITS
Soil
Classifica-
tion
Max.
Dry
Density
(MDD)
gm/cc
Optimum
Moisture
Content
(OMC) %
4-days
Soaked
CBR (at
97% of
MDD)
Liquid
Limit
(LL)
%
Plastic
Limit
(PL) %
Plasticity
Index
(PI) %
Phagwara-
Mahalpur
Road
NP NP NP SM - - -
Banga-
Mukandpur
Road
25 18 7 CL - - -
Barnala
Kalan -
Bhagoran
Road
19 13 6 CL-ML 1.80 15.2 12
Paniyali
Kalan
Village
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2.6.6 Manufactured Materials

Manufactured material like bitumen and emulsion can be collected from Panipat Refinery Limited. The
distance of this refinery is about 237 km from center of project site and is the nearest one. The
Consultants propose this refinery as source of bitumen and emulsion.

Steel can be easily procured locally from Chandigarh / Phagwara / Ludhiana / Jallandhar.

Cement is readily available throughout the project stretch.

2.7 Structures

2.7.1 Introduction

Detail design for 4 Laning of Ropar-Phagwara road involves construction of new bridges, flyovers, and
cross drainage structures along new carriageway and widening of some of the existing bridges. For this
purpose detailed inventory survey for these existing bridges and cross drainage structure was carried out.
The Detail inventory along with the widening scheme of the existing bridges are presented in this
section.

2.7.2 Inventory of Existing Structures

In the project road from Ropar to Phagwara, there are a total of 23 structures of which 22 no. are Minor
Bridges and 01 Major Bridge.

Each of the bridge site was visited and detailed inventory was carried out. Inventory of the existing
Bridges are provided in Annexure-2.9. However, the existing data is also summarized in the following
Table: 2.14

Table: 2.14- Summary of Existing Bridges along Ropar-Phagwara

Type of Structure No. of Structures Type of Crossing
Major Bridge 01 Superpassage
Minor Bridge
03 Canal
10 Canal Syphon
09 Superpassage
Total 23

2.8 Cross – Drainage Structures (Culverts)

2.8.1 Introduction
In the entire stretch of Ropar to Phagwara highway section a total of 84 CD structures were found
comprising several pipe culverts, slab culverts and box culvert. Some culverts are observed as fully
choked and not functioning hydraulically. These are proposed to be reconstructed/replaced with solid
slab or pipe culverts as the case may be. Upgrading of the road section to a dual carriageway road of two
lanes (along with service road across the culverts) each involves widening of the existing CD structures.
Wherever the new alignment is away from the existing road, new culverts are required in the new
alignment to cover the full road width. New culverts are also required where the capacity of the existing
ones is inadequate or where the diameter of the pipes in case of pipe culverts is less from maintenance
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substructures and super structure slab. Accordingly detailed inventory of all the culverts were taken and
their condition survey was carried out to determine their present conditions. Also, hydrological
investigation was carried out to find out the hydraulic adequacy of the existing culverts.
The outcome of hydrological investigation and detailed inventory and condition survey are covered in
the following articles. Various consideration and methodology related to widening of culverts are also
discussed in this section of the report.

Summary of different types of Culverts and their numbers are indicated in Table 2.15

Table: 2.15 - Summary of Culverts along Ropar-Phagwara
Type of CD Structure No. Of CD Structures
Box / Slab Culvert 50
HPC Culvert 32
Arch Culvert 02
Total 84

2.8.2 Inventory & Condition Survey of Existing CD Structures

Engineers of CES visited various sites of the existing culverts along the project road. The existing CD
structures observed in the project stretch comprise of the following:

a) RC Pipe Culverts
b) Slab Culverts
c) Box Culvert

For each culvert, an inventory-cum-condition survey sheet was filled up after visual observation and
measurements with tapes. The locations of the culverts as noted in the sheet are approximated depending
on the availability of kilometer and 200m stones, during field investigations.

Inventory and Condition Survey of the existing culverts are provided in Annexure-2.10

The commonly occurring problems noticed at site for the slab culverts are absence of PWD number
mark, damaged parapet, honey comb in concrete in the superstructure slab, exposed reinforcement and
corrosion, etc. For RC pipe culverts the common problems noted are absence of PWD number mark,
damaged parapet, fully choke/partial choking of inlet/outlet due to accumulation of sedimentation and
also due to vegetation growth, damaged headwall etc.

The above-mentioned snags, which are commonly observed in the culverts, are items of routine
maintenance and these structures can be widened to cater to the additional two lanes. The structures
which are observed in major distress in terms of structural integrity has been replaced and reconstructed
otherwise the structures are widened to its full required width as per roadway width as envisaged in the
approach portion.
 
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3.1 TRAFFIC FORECAST

3.1.1 Approach to Estimation of Growth Rates

Long term forecasting of traffic on the project road during the time horizon of the study is
required for widening & upgradingof the Ropar-Phagwara section in Punjab with partially
access controlled facility. For this purpose, a study of past trends in traffic growth is
undertaken. The traffic growth rates established for this study are based on elasticity
approach. Whereina relationship is established between past traffic data and socio-
economic indicators. The methodology thus adopted incorporates the perspective growth
envisaged in the economy in the influence area and the changes in transport demand
elasticities over a period of time as a basic data input. Traffic growth rates by vehicle type,
for the project road corridor have been determined for the 30 years period.

The approach involved establishing a quantitative relationship between traffic growth as
the dependent variable and growth in Net State Domestic Product (NSDP)/Population/Per
Capita Income (PCI) as the independent variable. Consultants used time series vehicle
registration data and NSDP/population/per capita income/income accruing to influencing
sectors such as primary & secondary, for the Project Influence Area (PIA) of the Punjab
state.

3.1.2 Project Influence Area (PIA)

Analysis of traffic movement on the project road indicates that the traffic flow is mainly
influenced by the Punjab. Thus Punjab constitutes the broad influence area. It was
observed from the OD survey, that Punjab contributes 93% passenger &79% goods traffic
movement. This was the basis for deriving vehicular elasticities and growth rates.

3.1.3 Economic Perspective of Punjab

The Indian economy has displayed vigorous growth with strong macroeconomic
fundamentals in the past. It entered the 11
th
plan period with an impressive record of
economic growth. However, the global recession and tightening liquidity position had its
impact on the main economic sectors. The national economy that was witnessing high
growth slowed down with economic growth slipping from 9 percent to 7.5 percent in
2009-10. However, driven by stimulus packages and signs of recovery in the international
market, government forecasts, a growth of 7 to 7.6 percent in the current fiscal but foreign
brokerage has pegged India’s GDP growth rate at 6 percent this fiscal. It is expected that
the economy would expand by 6.5& 6.7 percent during fiscal 2013-2014 and 2014-2015.
Based on the past performance of the indian/state economy, the recent recession, the
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3.1.4 Past Traffic Growth Trend

The Net State Domestic Product (NSDP) of Punjab at current prices increased from
Rs8,61,081Mn in 2004-05 to Rs20,24,741 Mn in 2010-11 registering an average annual
growth rate of 15.3% over the period. The rate of change in NSDP at constant prices is the
main economic indicator for measuring the real growth in the economy. NSDP at constant
(2004-05) prices has increased from Rs. 8,61,081 Mn in 2004-05 to Rs12,99,331 Mn in
2010-11 thus exhibiting an average annual growth rate of 7.1 percent over this period. In
the state, per capita income (PCI) in real terms, a measure of the disposable income and
general well-being of the people, went up from Rs. 33,103 in 2004-05 to Rs44,752 in
2010-11, at constant (2004-05) prices registering an annual average growth rate of 5.2
percent. In terms of both economic indicators, i.e. the growth in per capita income as well
as state income, the performance of the Punjab was below the country. During the 10
th

Plan period, the Indian economy witnessed an average annual growth of 6.5% while
Punjab grew at 4.7 percent.

The past performance of the economy of Punjab has also been studied by analyzing time
series data on NSDP and income originating from the main economic sectors. Growth
rates from 1999-00 to 2010-11 are worked out from regression equations fitted to time
series data of state sectoral income. The growth rates obtained for different time periods
are presented in Table 3.1

Table 3.1: Growth Rate of Punjab Economy in Different Time Period
(in %)
Period NSDP Agriculture Manufacturing
1993 to 2010 5.0 1.9 6.2
1999 to 2010 5.7 1.8 8.6
2004 to 2010 7.3 1.9 13.6

Punjab recorded a long term average annual growth rate of income at 4.4 percent, while its
performance in the short-term was 5.3.

Future Prospects of Punjab: The 11
th
Plan growth targets for the country and Punjab are
9.0 percent and 5.9 percent respectively. Based on the growth achieved in the recent past
(2004-2010) it is expected that the economy may grow at 5.5 percent upto 2015, 5.0
percent upto 2025, and then gradually decline to about 4.0 percent.

3.1.5 Transport Demand Elasticity

3.1.5.1 Using Registered Motor Vehicles as dependent variable

The Consultants have used elasticity approach for determining the growth rates of future
traffic. Elasticity in the present context is defined as the ratio of percentage change in
traffic to the percentage change in socio-economic parameters. The concept of developing



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regression equation to express dependent variable in terms of one or more independent
variable is widely used in transportation engineering for variety of purposes. In the present
case, the dependent variable is the registered motor vehicles in the zone of influence
(State). While in paragraph 3.1.5.2tollable traffic for the last four years on the stretch has
been considered as the dependent variable. The independent variables in both the cases are
socio-economic parameters. The choice of independent variable depends upon vehicle type
under consideration. For passenger modes, cars were regressed with population & PCI
separately first then with the both independent variables, two wheelers were regressed with
PCI & buses were regressed with population. In case of goods modes, goods vehicles
(LCV and trucks) were regressed against total NSDP as well as income from the primary
and secondary sector. NSDP was observed to give a reasonable elasticity and R
2
values
forgoods vehicles. The methodology involved fitting log-log regression equations to the
time series data. This methodology is in line with the guidelines given in IRC: 108-1996
“Guidelines for Traffic Prediction on Rural Highways”.

Regression results show that the elasticity values for the short term (2004-2010) were low.
Applying these elasticities to the economic parameter forecasts would have resulted
pessimistic traffic growth rates. Hence they were discarded. The Consultants found the
long term values (1999-2010) to be more realistic, and comparable, quite closely, with the
normal recommended values of elasticity. Summary results of regression analysis are
given in Table 3.2

For goods vehicles India’s GDP figures was also considered along with NSDP of Punjab
for derivation of elasticity & growth factor.

Table 3.2: Results of Regression Analysis

Time
Period
State /
Nation
Dependent
Variable
Independe
nt Variable
Elasticity Co-
efficient
R
2

1999-
2010
Punjab
Two Wheeler PCI 1.79 0.86
Car/Jeep/Van
/Taxi
PCI 2.65 0.81
Bus Population 3.33 0.86
LCV & Trucks NSDP 1.14 0.95
1999-
2010
India Goods Vehicles GDP 1.19 0.98

Elasticity values in the initial period are related past elasticity values. Generally the spread
of economic development induces changes in the spatial distribution of activities and
corresponding changes in transport demand elasticity. As regions become more and more
self-sufficient, the need for long-distance transport diminishes. Accordingly, it was
assumed that transport demand elasticity, for both freight and passenger traffic, would tend
to decline over time, despite growth in economy & per capita income, and eventually
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The derived elasticity however, reasonably consistent with the elasticity values as
suggested by IRC (Road Development Plan: Vision 2012) and Asian Development Bank
for traffic forecasting.

3.1.5.1.1 Suggested Elasticity Values

The suggested elasticity values adopted are presented in Table 3.3 below.
Table 3.3: Projected Transport demand elasticities for passenger and freight vehicles

Time Period
Two
Wheeler
Car Bus
Goods Vehicles
(Punjab)
Goods
Vehicles
(India)
2010-2015
1.80 2.50 3.30 1.10 1.20
2016-2020
1.70 2.30 3.00 1.00 1.10
2021-2025
1.70 2.30 3.00 1.00 1.10
2026-2030
1.60 2.10 2.80 0.90 1.00
2031-2035
1.60 2.10 2.80 0.90 1.00
Beyond 2036
1.50 2.00 2.60 0.80 0.90


3.1.5.1.2 Projected Traffic Growth Rates

The projected vehicular growth rates are based on projected vehicular elasticities and
economic perspective of the PIA. The growth of both passenger and freight modes are
based on the respective vehicular elasticites and the perspective growth of the Punjab.
Projected growth rates of NSDP, GDP, PCI& Population are given in Table 3.4 below:

Table 3.4: Average Annual Growth of Economic Indicators (%)

Period Population NSDP PCI GDP
2010 - 2015
2.0 5.5 4.0 6.5
2016 - 2020 1.9 5.0 3.9 6.0
2021 - 2025 1.9 5.0 3.9 6.0
2026 - 2030 1.8 4.5 3.8 5.5
2031 - 2035 1.8 4.5 3.8 5.5
Beyond 2036 1.7 4.0 3.7 5.0


Based on the above parameters, mode wise traffic growth rates have been calculated using
the following relationship and presented in Table 3.5
r
mg
= r
NSDP or GDP
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m




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Where,
r
mg
= growth rate of mode
r
NSDP or GDP
= growth rate of NSDP or GDP
E
m
= modal elasticity

Table 3.5: Traffic Growth Rates from Regression Analysis (%)
Period 2W Car Bus
Truck
(Punjab)
Truck
(India)
2010-2015
7.7 10.0 6.6 6.1 7.8
2016-2020 7.1 9.0 5.7 5.0 6.6
2021-2025 7.1 9.0 5.7 5.0 6.6
2026-2030 6.4 8.0 5.0 4.1 5.5
2031-2035 6.4 8.0 5.0 4.1 5.5
Beyond 2036 5.9 7.4 4.4 3.2 4.5

Relative impact of Punjab and India was considered for goods vehicles using the
percentage of trips plying between these two broad zones (refer para 1.2) and weighted
growth factor was calculated and presented in Table 3.6.

Table 3.6 :Weighted Traffic Growth Rates (%)
Time Period Two
Wheeler
Car Bus Trucks
2010-2015
7.2 10.0 6.6 6.4
2016-2020
6.6 9.0 5.7 5.3
2021-2025
6.6 9.0 5.7 5.3
2026-2030
6.1 8.0 5.0 4.4
2031-2035
6.1 8.0 5.0 4.4
Beyond 2036
5.6 7.4 4.4 3.5


3.1.5.2 Using Tollable Traffic as dependent variable

Cars were regressed with population & PCI separately first then with the both independent
variables,Lcvs, bus/truck, heavy vehicles &earth moving vehicles were regressed with
NSDPseparately, Lcvs& bus/truckswere showing fluctuating negative trend whereas
heavy & earth moving vehicle shows a high % of growth >25% . Thereafter all vehicles
were converted into an equivalent tollable bus/truck traffic based on current toll rates in
Punjab and regressed with NSDP to find out a common elasticity value & growth
rates.Summary results of regression analysis using tollable traffic data are given in Table
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Table 3.7: Results of Regression Analysis

Time
Period
Dependent
Variable
Independent
Variable
Location
of Toll
Plaza
Elasticity
Co-
efficient
R
2
Gr. Rate

2008 to
2011
Car/Jeep PCI
Phagwara 2.67 0.98 11.9
Ropar 2.25 0.92 10.0
Lcv, Bus
& Trucks
NSDP
Phagwara 0.63 0.19 4.03
Ropar 0.48 0.41 3.05

3.1.6 Adopted Traffic Growth Rates

The adopted vehicular growth rates were suggested considering the results of registered
vehicle method and tollable traffic method. An overall growth rate of 4.6 & 4.5 were
suggested for the period 2010-2015 thereafter these were gradually reduced, the reason
behind the negative/fluctuating growth of Lcv& 2 Axle Truck in past on the section may
be due to gradual shifting of 2 axle truck into 3 axle/heavy truck,thus heavy & earth
moving vehicles are showing high percentage growthon the other hand, but it has less
%composition, thus overall expected/adopted growth ratesare given in Table 3.8 below.

Table 3.8 : Adopted Growth Rates (%)
Time Period Two
Wheeler
Car Bus Trucks *
2010-2015
7.2 10.0 4.5 4.0
2016-2020
6.6 9.0 4.4 3.9
2021-2025
6.6 9.0 4.4 3.9
2026-2030
6.1 8.0 4.3 3.8
2031-2035
6.1 8.0 4.3 3.8
Beyond 2036
5.6 7.4 4.2 3.7
*Heavy truck & earth moving vehicles will grow faster in future, whereas LCV & 2 Axle trucks may have –ve trend on the section as
before. The above growth rates have been suggested considering collection of revenue also.

The growth rate of Others (HCM/EME)/agricultural tractor & agricultural tractor with
trailer are taken to be 2&5%, non-motorized traffic such as animal driven vehicles and
cycle rickshaw are taken to be (-) 2.0% and (-) 1.5 % respectively.

3.2 TRAFFIC PROJECTION

3.2.1 Estimation of Base Year Traffic and Projections

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1 Normal Traffic: Traffic presently plying on the project road which will continue to
use the same road, even if it is not improved.

2 Divertible Traffic: Traffic expected to divert from alternative routes to the project
roads after improvement due to reduced generalized cost on the project roads in
comparison to the alternate route

3 Induced Traffic: Traffic expected to be generated on the project road because of
increased number of trips caused due to reduction in travel time & cost.

3.2.2 Normal Traffic

The Average Daily Traffic (ADT), observed on the project road during traffic surveys
conducted by the Consultants, was converted into Annual Average Daily Traffic
(AADT) by applying the seasonality correction factor. This constituted normal traffic for
the project road sections.

For the purpose of traffic forecast & assessment of level of service, 2010 was considered
as the base year. Traffic count on project road was carried out in J une-J uly 2010.
The base year (2010) normal traffic adopted for the traffic projection is given in Table
3.9. and in Annexure 3.1

Table 3.9 : Base Year Normal Traffic (2010)
Sl
No.
Road Section Length (km) Vehicles PCUs
1 Ropar – Balachor 21.0 11078 14775
2 Balachor – Nawanshahr 19.5 11726 11758
3 Nawanshahr - Banga 13.5 16350 16907
4 Banga - Phagwara 27.0 18275 19098
Total 81.0

3.2.3 Divertible Traffic

Presently Ropar-Nawanshahr-Banga-Phagwara is a tolled road. It is a well maintained two
lane road with paved shoulders. There are no such prominent alternative routes within the
immediate project influence area. Traffic expected to divert from alternative routes to the
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3.2.4 Induced Traffic

Induced traffic is the latent transport demand that emerges when road capacity is increased,
or travel conditions are improved. Thus, in addition to normal and diverted traffic, trips
that would be generated on the project roads owing to lower transport costs and quicker
transit times are calculated separately. Both freight and passengers are sensitive to
reduction in journey costs. For passengers, lower costs encourage more trips for both
business and personal reasons. For freight vehicles, lower costs enlarge the market for both
intermediate and finished goods. Hence induced traffic would be generated by increased
economic activities facilitated by cheaper transport as well as transport of commodities,
sold locally earlier, to distant markets for better prices. However, evidence is limited about
realization of such a magnitude from existing road improvement.

As the proposed corridors are established roads, the possibility of high latent demand
emergency after improvement is not anticipated. More than 65 Kmph journey speed was
observed during the time of traffic surveys. Timely maintenance is the key for better speed.
Significant percentage of induced traffic can’t be expected even after improvement as
practically there will not be any significant increase in capacity improvement in travel
condition.

3.2.5 Total Projected Traffic

Total traffic projections were arrived at by applying the vehicle-wise growth rates,
discussed earlier, to the base year (2010) traffic.

Year of opening is considered as 2016 and traffic projections have been made till 25
years after opening (i.e. upto year 2040).

A summary of the total traffic (in PCU/day) projections for all the road sections in the
cardinal years is presented in Table 3.10below& in Annexure 3.2.This formed the base for
assessing the improvement requirements.

Table 3.10: Summary of Total Traffic Projections

Sl
no.
Project Road
Sections 2011 2016 2021 2026 2031 2036 2040
1 Ropar – Balachor
15,725 21,603 29,552 40,715 55,397 75,661 96,287
2
Balachor –
Nawanshahr
12,594 17,825 24,980 35,158 48,633 67,383 86,521
3
Nawanshahr -
Banga
18,055 25,227 35,014 48,902 67,261 92,758 118,749
4 Banga - Phagwara
20,403 28,531 39,594 55,251 75,917 104,568 133,741




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3.2.6 Capacity Analysis and Assessment of Improvement Requirements

Capacity analysis for the study road network was carried out in order to assess the Level of
Service (LOS) offered by road sections under the prevailing roadway and traffic
conditions. Based on the existing LOS and that of the projected traffic on the study road
network, improvement measures required were assessed using adopted capacity
norms/standards.

3.2.7 Capacity & Level of Service Guidelines

The Volume/Capacity (v/c) ratio is one of the most important indicators of the service
levels offered to the traffic. An increase in v/c ratio indicates increase in congestion and
thereby deterioration in level of service. Determination of level of service is based on the
capacities recommended in IRC: 64-1990 “Guidelines for Capacity of Roads in Rural
Areas”. The recommended capacities are given in Table 3.11

Table 3.11 : Capacity Norms for Assessment of Improvement Requirements
(PCUs/day)
Carriageway
Configuration
Ultimate
Capacity
( PCUs/Day)

Design Service
Volume at
LOS ‘B’
( PCUs/Day)
Design Service Volume
at LOS ‘C’
( PCUs/Day)
Two Lane with
Earthen Shoulders
30000 15000 21000
Two Lane with Paved
Shoulders (1.5 m)
34500 17250 24150
Four Lane divided
with Earthen
Shoulders
70000 35000 49000
Four Lane divided
with Paved Shoulders
(1.5 m)
80000 40000 56000
Source: IRC-64-1990

3.2.8 Existing Level of Service

Using the recommended capacity norms, the congestion level or the level of service (LOS)
on each section, as depicted by the volume/capacity ratio, was calculated considering the
Annual Average Daily Traffic (total) and the effective ultimate capacity based on lane
configuration. The existing v/c ratio of the road sections in the base year 2010 is presented
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Table 3.12 : Existing Volume-Capacity Ratio

Sl
No.
Road Section
Traffic Volume in
PCU (V)
Capacity in
PCU (C)
Existing V/C
Ratio
1 Ropar – Balachor 14,775 34,500 0.43
2
Balachor –
Nawanshahr
11,758
34,500
0.34
3
Nawanshahr -
Banga
16,907
34,500
0.49
4 Banga - Phagwara 19,098 34,500 0.55

Projected Level of Service

Table 3.13 gives the projected volume-capacity ratio in the next 5, 10 and 15 years from
the year of opening 2016. This was calculated based on the projected total traffic of the
individual sections in these cardinal years and the existing capacity in the base year.

Table 3.13: Projected Volume-Capacity Ratio

Sl No. Road Section
Projected V/C Ratio
Year 2016 Year 2021 Year 2026
1 Ropar – Balachor
0.63 0.86 1.18
2
Balachor –
Nawanshahr
0.52 0.72 1.02
3 Nawanshahr - Banga
0.73 1.01 1.42
4 Banga - Phagwara
0.83 1.15 1.60

3.2.9 Improvement Requirements

The projected total sectional traffic is compared with Design Service Volume (DSV)to
assess the upgradation requirement for the sections under prevailing roadway
conditions.Capacity augmentation is generally warranted for roads that cater to traffic
volumes in excess of the DSV at LOS C.

Based on V/C ratio, immediate and subsequent improvement options have been
identified for each project road sections. For immediate improvement, year 2016 is
considered as the year of opening. A three year construction period spanning over 2013-
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identified for a period of 25 years after opening (i.e. till 2040). Further upgrading to 6
lanes is proposed as and when required till the year 2040.

Improvement Proposals

Thesummary of improvement proposals along with the augmented capacity and year of
improvement within the year 2040 is presented in Table 3.14

Table 3.14 :Improvement Requirement on Study Road Sections
Sl. No. Road Section Length
(Km)
Existing Lane
Configuration
Requirement of 4-
Lane +
PS at LOS C
Requirement of
6-Lane +
PS at LOS C
1 Ropar – Balachor 21.0 2L+1.5m PS 2018 2031
2
Balachor –
Nawanshahr
19.5
2L+1.5m PS
2020 2033
3
Nawanshahr -
Banga
13.5
2L+1.5m PS
2016 2028
4 Banga - Phagwara 27.0 2L+1.5m PS 2014 2026
Total 81.0

3.3 Traffic Projections for Nawanshahr and Banga Elevated reach

The Consultant has carried out detailed traffic projections for Nawanshahr and Banga
elevated reach to assess the traffic at ground level, and traffic using the elevated corridor.
The calculations are based on the TMC surveys carried out by the Consultant at
Nawanshahr in 2012 and at Banga in 2010 and Origin-Destination Surveys conducted
during 2010. The detailed calculations are attached as Annexure 3.3 (a) and Annexure 3.3
(b), while projected overhead & at-grade traffic are attached in as Annexure 3.4.1 and
Annexure 3.4.2 for Nawanshahr and Banga respectively.
 
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IMPROVEMENT PROPOSALS AND PRELIMINARY DESIGN FOR ROAD WORKS

4.1 General

The preliminary data collected through surveys and investigations, and the results derived from the
analysis of the data have formed the basis for preliminary engineering designs, which were
developed within the parameters of the design criteria and standards adopted for the project.

The design criteria / method applied for important components of the project are:

Geometric Design : IRC Standards and MORT&H 4-lane manual for National
Highways on PPP Basis (Draft IRC:SP:84-2009).

Pavement Design : Overlay
- IRC 81 for designing the strengthening requirements of existing
pavement
- IRC: 37-2001 for design of new flexible pavement
- IRC: 58 and IRC: 15 for design of new Rigid Pavement
- Concrete Road Data Book (CMA)

Structure Design : - IRC Bridge Codes

Road Furniture & : - Related standards of IRC & MORT&H publications
Road side Facilities

The basic data used for preliminary design of various components of the project road is indicated in
Table 4.1.
Table 4.1: Basic Data for Design

Sl.
No.
Project
Component
Basic Data for Design Out come
1 Road
alignment and
profile
• Geometric design standards
• Road Inventory
• Type of area, rural or urban including
available ROW and roadside
developments
• Improvement to
Geometrics
• Service Roads
• Merging and Demerging
of lanes
2 Intersections/
Interchanges
• Peak-hour traffic intensities and turning
movement data


• Design of at-grade and
grade separated
intersections
• Installation of traffic
control measures
3 Strengthening
of existing
pavement
• Pavement Condition Survey
• Traffic loading in terms of cumulative
standard axles for design lane
• Benkelman Beam deflection data
• Strengthening overlays for
applicable stretches.
• Repairs /Reconstruction of
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Component
Basic Data for Design Out come
• DCP-CBR of existing subgrade
• Laboratory soaked CBR of subgrade
material
• Thickness and composition of existing
pavement layers
• Cross-checking the
strengthening design


4 Design of
bridges and
culverts
• Inventory and condition survey of
existing culverts and Bridges.
• Hydrological and hydraulic study
• Foundation details of existing bridges
• Geotechnical Investigations
• Details of widening of
existing culverts and
bridges
• Replacement of sub-
standard culverts and
bridges.
• Repairs to existing
culverts and bridges.
5 Road furniture
and safety
measures
• Road inventory
• Alignment plans
• Location of intersections in urban areas
• Weather condition e.g foggy conditions
• Identification of different
types of signs on linear
plans
• Identification of locations
for installation of crash
barriers and pedestrian
guard rails
• Pavement marking details
• Location of cats eye
6 Roadside
Drains
• Results from drainage study Location, type and size of
roadside drains to be provided
7 Wayside
Amenities
• Inventory of existing wayside amenities
by location, type and quality grade
• Consultations with road users and local
authorities on need for additional
amenities
• Evaluation of need and
additional amenities
• Locations for bus stops
and Truck lay byes
8 Protective
Measures
• Road Inventory
• Topographic Survey Data
• Identification of High cut
areas
• Identification of
requirement of
retaining/breast wall
locations.
• Identification of areas
requiring geotechnical
stabilization.
9 Access
Management
• Road classification
• Road connectivity
• Identification of cross
connectivity requirements
• Type of structure required
• Traffic circulation scheme




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Basic Data for Design Out come
10 Religious
structures/Old
monuments
• Distance from centre line • Possible realignments in
road geometry
• Obligatory change in
widening side

4.2 Selection of Widening Scheme

The selection of widening scheme has been done on the following basic principles and subsequent
discussions held with PWD & PIDB officials:

• As per requirement, the widening scheme is to be accommodated within existing ROW as far as
possible to minimize land acquisition. Therefore, most of the stretches concentric widening is
proposed.

• Land use e.g. Rural, Built-up/urban or commercial

• Concentric widening is not possible at the section where canal is running parallel to the road,
eccentric widening is proposed.

• Minimal utility shifting and shifting in ROW only

• Location of existing and proposed service roads

• Requirements of urban traffic and urban amenities e g bus stops, pedestrian subways/overpasses

• Location of religious/old monuments within ROW

• Geometric improvement if required

• Location of flyovers and viaducts

• Proposed traffic circulation scheme

• Location of schools

• To minimize tree cutting and other negative environmental impacts
• To minimize the social impacts

• Maximize highway safety

• Utilizing the existing project components to maximum limits

• Least disruption to running traffic during construction activities

Keeping in view all the above mentioned principles, concentric widening scheme of existing 2 lane
to proposed 4 lane road has been proposed.

4.3 Geometric Design Standards

The project road is for widening of existing 2-lane road to 4-lane divided carriageway. The
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Four Laning of Highways Through Public Private Partnership (IRC:SP-84-2009) along with various
IRC codes. The design standards adopted for the project are shown in Table 4.2.

Table 4.2: Geometric Design Standards

Sl No Attributes Standards Remarks
1
Design Speed

80 kmph
As per 4-lane manual





2 Carriageway Width 7.0 m
3 Paved Shoulder 1.5m
4 Earthen/Granular Shoulder 2.0m
5
Crossfall
a) Carriageway and Paved
Shoulder
b) Earthen Shoulder
c) Shoulder Rollover


2.5%
3.0%
8% Max
6 Maximum Super-elevation 7 %
7 Width of service road
7.5m /7.0m /
6.0m / 5.5 m
8 Footpath width 2.0 m Provided at built-up locations
9 Space for utility services 2.0m
Depending upon availability of
space on either side at some
places the utility corridor may be
further reduced due to non-
availability of space
10
Longitudinal Gradient
• Ruling Maximum
• Limiting Maximum

3.30%
5.0%


4.4 Pavement Design

4.4.1 Main Carriageway

Existing Main Carriageway consists of mainly flexible pavement and in good condition.

For the 4-laning project, pavement design is required for the following cases:

• Strengthening overlays for existing pavement
• New pavement for widening existing carriageway on existing formation for accommodating
width for kerb shyness and paved shoulders or for symmetrical widening
• New pavement for new carriageway (eccentric widening)
• Profile Correction Course to facilitate drainage of surface water away from pavement
structure (eccentric widening)
• Profile Correction Course to match the longitudinal profile of existing road with the design
profile of proposed widening (concentric widening)
• New pavement for service roads





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The consultants have worked out the designs for all the above cases based on results of
survey/investigations with regard to traffic, axle load spectra, pavement condition and strength,
subgrade/material properties etc. reported separately in this Detailed Project Report.

As mentioned in TOR, the overlay as well as new pavement will be designed as per IRC guidelines.
As all the existing pavements are flexible pavements, the overlay and new pavements in widening
portions have also been designed as flexible pavements in order to match with the existing ones.

4.4.1.1 Common Parameters for Design

• Design Life - IRC: 37-2001 Guidelines for the Design of Flexible Pavements recommend
that pavements for National Highways and State Highways should be designed for a life of
15 years. It is recommended by IRC:81 that the design life for strengthening of major roads
should be at least 10 years. As per Clause 5.4.1 (ii) (a) of IRC-SP-84:2009 – Manual of
Specifications and Standards for 4-laning of Highways through Public Private Partnership,
stage construction shall be permitted for flexible pavements subject to the condition that the
thickness of base and sub-base is designed for a minimum design period of 15 years or the
operation period, whichever is more and the initial bituminous surfacing for a minimum
design period of 10 years.

As confirmed vide Client’s letter Memo No IP/CH/6361 dated 22/04/2013, the design of
flexible pavement has to done as per Clause 5.4.1 (ii) (a) of IRC-SP-84:2009.

Accordingly, a design life of 10 years has been adopted for the design of bituminous layers
of new pavements as well as bituminous overlays of existing pavements; however, base and
sub-base layers for new pavements have been designed for a design life of 15 years.

• Traffic Distribution Factors - Directional distribution factor of 0.5 and lane distribution
factor of 0.75 have been adopted for 4-lane dual carriageway configuration, giving a
combined factor of 0.375 for the total 2-directional traffic.

• Vehicle Damage Factor (VDF) - The VDF of vehicles calculated by the Consultants from
axle load data received from toll plazas on the existing road are summarized in Table 4.3
below:
Table 4.3: Vehicle Damage Factor (VDF) Values

Type of vehicles Vehicle Damage Factor (VDF)
Standard bus 0.54
LCV 0.50
2-Axle 6.50
3-Axle 6.00
M-Axle 6.43
Minibus 0.54

• Design Traffic: Design traffic in terms of equivalent standard axles (ESA) for 15 years and
10 years designs periods have been computed and provided in Table 4.4 below. For these




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computations, the projected traffic as worked out from Chapter-03 has been used and the
opening year considered for all the pavements is 2016.

The design traffic in terms of ESAL is obtained by applying lane distribution factor of 0.75
and directional distribution factor of 0.5 for dual 2-lane carriageway, as per clause 3.3.5 of
IRC: 37-2001.

Table 4.4: Design Traffic – Million Equivalent Standard Axle Loads (MESA)

S. No. From Start
Km
End
Km
MESA
(10yrs)
MESA
(15 yrs)
1 Phagwara to Banga 0.000 25.485 16 27
2 Banga Town (Ground) 25.485 29.320 10 17
3 Banga Town (Elevated) 25.485 29.320 15 25
4 Banga to Nawanshahr 29.320 38.160 15 25
5 Nawanshahr (Ground) 38.160 42.095 16 27
6 Nawanshahr (Elevated) 38.160 42.095 14 24
7 Nawanshahrto Balachor 42.095 60.000 07 12
8 Balachor to Ropar 60.000 80.600 18 30


• Design CBR Value: For calculation of design CBR value the standard test procedure as per
IS: 2720(part-16) for laboratory determination of CBR has been followed. In-Situ test has
been avoided for design purpose as it is not possible to satisfactorily simulate the critical
conditions of dry density and moisture content in the field.

The CBR values of soil obtained along the project road at 97% of MDD vary from 4% to
16%; average CBR value being 11% and eighty five percentile value being 8.5%. Details of
Soil Investigation Data for Flexible Pavement Design including CBR test results have been
presented in Annexure-1.7 to this report.

Accordingly, soil with minimum CBR value of 08% (eight percent) has been specified for
the 500mm thick subgrade layer to be constructed over embankment or existing ground
surface. Soil investigation data confirms that soil with CBR value of 8% (at 97% MDD) is
available at most of the places along the existing road alignment. The borrow material
investigation also confirms availability of such materials for use in fill sections.

Hence a subgrade CBR value of 8% is considered for the design of flexible pavement.

4.4.1.2 Design of Strengthening Overlay for Existing Pavement

As per IRC:SP: 84-2009, the thickness of the bituminous shall be determined on the basis of
Benkelman Beam Deflection Technique and the design traffic as per the procedure outlined
in IRC:81 “Guidelines for strengthening of Flexible Road Pavement using Benkelman Beam
Deflection Technique” as also from structural numbers of existing pavement layers.

Based on pavement deflection characteristics, the project road has been divided into six
homogeneous sections shown in Table 4.5 below.




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Table 4.5: Homogeneous Sections of Road based on Deflection Characteristics



As described above, the project road has been divided in six homogeneous sections based on
deflection characteristics and eight homogeneous sections based on traffic characteristics.

Based on above, the project road has been divided into nine (09) homogenous sections shown in
Table 4.6 below for the design of overlay.

Table 4.6 : Homogeneous Sections of Road for design of overlay

S.
No.
From
(Km)
To
(Km)
Avg. Char.
Deflection(wi
th seasonal
correction)
(mm)
MESA
(15 years)
MESA
(10 years)
Homo-
geneous
Section
1 0.000 9.430 1.969 27 16 I
2 9.430 19.330 1.141 27 16 II
3 19.330 25.485 1.512 27 16 III
4 25.485 29.320 1.859 17 10 IV
5 29.320 38.160 1.913 25 15 V
6 38.160 42.095 1.703 27 16 VI
7 42.095 60.000 1.300 12 07 VII
8 60.000 73.080 1.746 30 18 VIII
9 73.080 80.600 1.202 30 18 IX

Design characteristics deflection values (with seasonal correction factor) have been arrived at for the
homogeneous road sections finalized in the previous sections of this report. Overlay thickness has
been derived using the overlay thickness Design Curves, as presented in IRC:81-1997 and design
characteristics deflection values. Design traffic used is for 10 years design life. The thickness of
Bituminous Macadam (BM) has been converted to Bituminous Concrete (BC) thickness using the
recommended multiplier value of 0.7. the overlay design thickness for 10 years design period have
been given below in Table 4.7

S. No. Stretch
Avg. Characteristic
Deflection
Homogeneous
Section Type
From (km) To (km) (mm)
1 0.000 9.430 1.969 I
2 9.430 19.330 1.141 II
3 19.330 40.530 1.911 III
4 40.530 61.280 1.300 IV
5 61.280 73.080 1.884 V
6 73.080 81.330 1.218 VI




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Table 4.7: Design Overlay Thickness (10 years Design Life)


4.4.1.3 Design of NewPavement

The design of new pavements is required for the under mentioned stretches

a) For additional traffic lanes
b) In approaches for elevated portions of road
c) In new road alignments

As already mentioned, the TOR stipulates that the design should be done as per IRC code of
practice.

IRC:37-2001: Guidelines for the design of Flexible Pavements (Second Revision) provides for the
design of flexible pavements for different traffic ranges and subgrade CBR values in the form of a
design catalogue.

Plate 2 of IRC-37-2001, ‘Recommended Designs for Traffic Range 10-150 MSA for CBR 8%’
gives the design thicknesses for different pavement layers as shown in Table 4.8 below for the
design ESA values of each homogenous road section:


Stretch
Equivalent
Thickness of BC
(as per IRC-81)
Equivalent
Thickness of
BC (as per
AASHTO)
Design
Overlay
Thickness
(DBM+BC)
Design Layer
Thickness of
From To DBM BC
(km) (km) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
0.000 9.430 125 130 125 85 40
9.430 19.330 65 95 90 50 40
19.330 25.485 95 130 95 55 40
25.485 29.320 110 125 110 70 40
29.320 38.160 120 150 120 80 40
38.160 42.095 110 130 110 70 40
42.095 60.000 60 80 90 50 40
60.000 73.080 120 120 120 80 40
73.080 80.600 75 125 90 50 40




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Table 4.8 – Layer Thickness for New Pavements















4.4.1.4 Matching of Bituminous Layers and Recommendation on Pavement Thickness

Issues of matching bituminous layers between strengthening and widening portions arise where
widening of existing pavement is involved to accommodate additional lanes. For such cases, for
facilitating application of bituminous courses in a single stroke, matching of the layers is
required.

As DBM layer can be laid from 50mm to 100mm thickness, it is recommended to match
pavement layers on the top of DBM--I layer, allowing laying of DBM–II and BC layers in a
single go. Recommended pavement thicknesses to achieve this target are shown in the following
Table 4.9(a).

Table 4.9 (a) – Final Layer Thickness Adopted for Overlay & New Pavements (at Ground sections)















Final pavement thickness adopted for reinforced earth structure portions of elevated roads in
major town areas is as follows in Table 4.9(b);
Stretch Design
Traffic
(MSA)
Layer thickness Adopted (mm)
From
(km)
To (km)
AT Ground
/ Elevated
BC DBM
Base
(WMM)
Granular
Sub-base
0.000 25.485 At Ground 16 40 75 250 200
25.485 29.320 At Ground 10 40 60 250 200
25.485 29.320 Elevated 15 40 75 250 200
29.320 38.160 At Ground 15 40 75 250 200
38.160 42.095 At Ground 16 40 75 250 200
38.160 42.095 Elevated 14 40 70 250 200
42.095 60.000
At Ground/
Elevated
07 40 50 250 200
60.000 80.600 At Ground 18 40 80 250 200
Stretch Layer Thickness in New Pavement
Bituminous Overlay
Thickness
From To BC DBM WMM GSB BC DBM
(km) (km) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
0.000 9.430 40 75 250 340 40 85
9.430 19.330 40 75 250 250 40 50
19.330 25.485 40 75 250 200 40 55
25.485 29.320 40 60 250 200 40 70
29.320 38.160 40 75 250 200 40 80
38.160 42.095 40 75 250 200 40 70
42.095 60.000 40 50 250 220 40 50
60.000 73.080 40 80 250 200 40 80
73.080 80.600 40 80 250 200 40 50




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4.4.1.5 Profile Correction Course

To under-take 4-laning of existing 2-lane road, the additional two lanes have been conceived as
concentric widening in some locations and eccentric widening in certain other locations.

In locations proposed for eccentric widening, the existing road cross profile has to be changed to one
side slope to facilitate drainage of surface water away from pavement structure. A Dense
Bituminous Macadam (DBM) profile correction course shall be provided for the purpose in these
stretches.

In other road stretches also involving concentric widening, DBM profile correction course shall be
provided to match the longitudinal profile of existing road with the design profile of proposed
widening.

The locations of road stretches proposed for eccentric widening and requiring profile correction
course are shown in the table 4.10 below.

Table 4.10–
Road Locations Proposed for Eccentric Widening requiring Profile Correction

Design Chainage Existing Chainage
Length as per
Design Chainage
(m)
From To From To
57+404 58+750 53+293 53+642 1346
59+915 60+300 26+958 26+572 385
60+400 60+525 26+472 26+347 125
60+600 60+760 26+271 26+110 160
60+835 62+190 26+034 24+674 1355
62+330 63+200 24+533 23+661 870
63+340 63+965 23+522 22+898 625
64+040 64+200 22+823 22+663 160
Stretch Layer thickness Adopted (mm)
From (km) To (km) BC DBM
Base
(WMM)
Granular Sub-
base
25.485 29.320 40 75 250 200
38.160 42.095 40 70 250 200




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Design Chainage Existing Chainage
Length as per
Design Chainage
(m)
From To From To
64+275 67+005 22+588 19+822 2730
67+080 67+240 19+747 19+587 160
67+315 67+560 19+512 19+266 245
67+700 68+300 19+126 18+526 600
68+440 68+645 18+386 18+180 205
68+705 68+880 18+120 17+943 175
68+955 69+050 17+868 17+772 95
69+110 69+500 17+712 17+328 390
70+380 70+500 16+452 16+331 120
70+600 70+765 16+229 16+062 165
70+840 71+200 15+987 15+627 360
71+340 71+940 15+486 14+889 600
72+015 72+120 14+814 14+709 105
72+195 73+500 14+634 13+322 1305
73+575 73+715 13+247 13+107 140
73+790 74+775 13+032 12+099 985
74+850 75+010 11+974 11+814 160
75+085 77+125 11+739 9+697 2040
77+200 77+320 9+622 9+502 120
77+395 77+500 9+427 9+322 105
77+640 79+355 9+182 7+466 1715
79+430 79+585 7+392 7+237 155
79+660 80+170 7+161 6+651 510


4.4.1.6 Pavement Design for Service Roads

Design traffic for Service roads has been kept as 5.0 MSA in accordance with clause 5.5.5 of
IRC:SP:84-2009.





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gives the design thicknesses as shown in Table 4.11 below for different pavement layers for 05
MSA design traffic.

Table 4.11 – Layer Thickness for New Pavements in Service Roads






4.5 IMPROVEMENT PROPOSALS

The retrofitting of 4 lanes had been envisaged through two alternative improvement proposals
developed as per TOR requirements and the project components were discussed with PWD & PIDB
officials. The proposed project components are described below:

4.5.1 Typical Cross Sections

The Project Highway shall be widened to 4 lane divided carriageway facility with paved shoulder.
Table 4.12 indicates the location of different types of road cross sections, which are to be followed
along with the minimum construction criterion, mentioned below for the development of the Project
Highway.

• The widening of the carriageway both in rural Stretches and urban areas, excluding the stretches
of realignment or eccentric widening specifically mentioned in cross section schedule shall be
on the outer side of the existing carriageways, in both the directions as given in typical cross
section drawings.

• The interchanges/flyovers/major junctions/minor junctions shall be developed such that
minimum land acquisition is required and every effort shall be made to accommodate the same
within existing ROW.

• The existing median width is in the range of 1.2m to 4.5m except at some locations.

Table 4.12: Typical Cross Sections Schedule along the Project Highway

Chainage (km)
Length
(m)
C/S Type
Remarks
(Ref Chainage of SH/MDR)
From To From To SH/MDR
0+000  0+425  425  V‐A  17+673  18+098 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
0+425  0+480  55  Transition  18+098  18+153 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
0+480  0+635  155  V‐A‐2  18+153  18+307 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
0+635  0+695  60  Transition  18+307  18+367  Phagwara 
Design Traffic
(MSA)
Components thickness (mm)
SDBC DBM WMM Base Granular Sub-base
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
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Length
(m)
C/S Type
Remarks
(Ref Chainage of SH/MDR)
From To From To SH/MDR
Bypass 
0+695  1+000  305  V‐A  18+367  18+671 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
1+000  1+060  60  Transition  18+671  18+730 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
1+060  1+210  150  V‐A‐2  18+730  18+880 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
1+210  1+270  60  Transition  18+880  18+939 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
1+270  1+750  480  V‐A  18+939  19+420 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
1+750  1+810  60  Transition  19+420  19+480 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
1+810  1+965  155  V‐A‐2  19+480  19+636 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
1+965  2+025  60  Transition  19+636  19+696 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
2+025  2+095  70  V‐A  19+696  19+766 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
2+095  2+203  108  Transition  19+766  19+874 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
2+203  2+560  357  VUP‐01A  19+874  20+231 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
2+560  2+574  14  VUP‐01B  20+231  20+245 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
2+574  2+905  331  VUP‐01A  20+245  20+577 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
2+905  3+015  110  Transition  20+577  20+687 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
3+015  3+655  640  V‐A  20+687  21+327 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
3+655  3+765  110  Transition  21+327  21+436 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
3+765  4+165  400  VII  21+436  21+835 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
4+165  4+273  108  VII‐A  21+835  21+942 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
4+273  4+625  352  VII  21+942  22+294 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
4+625  4+735  110  Transition  22+294  22+404 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
4+735  4+945  210  V‐A  22+404  22+614 
Phagwara 
Bypass 




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Length
(m)
C/S Type
Remarks
(Ref Chainage of SH/MDR)
From To From To SH/MDR
4+945  5+005  60  Transition  22+614  22+674 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
5+005  5+160  155  V‐A‐2  22+674  22+829 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
5+160  5+220  60  Transition  22+829  22+889 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
5+220  5+425  205  V‐A‐I‐R  22+889  23+094 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
5+425  5+485  60  Transition  23+094  23+154 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
5+485  6+145  660  V‐A  23+154  23+814 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
6+145  6+205  60  Transition  23+814  23+874 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
6+205  6+360  155  V‐A‐2  23+874  24+029 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
6+360  6+845  485  V‐A‐I‐R  24+029  24+513 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
6+845  7+000  155  V‐A‐2  24+513  24+668 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
7+000  7+060  60  Transition  24+668  24+728 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
7+060  7+710  650  V‐A  24+728  25+377 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
7+710  7+770  60  Transition  25+377  25+436 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
7+770  7+930  160  V‐A‐2  25+436  25+596 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
7+930  7+990  60  Transition  25+596  25+655 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
7+990  8+880  890  V‐A  25+655  26+543 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
8+880  8+990  110  Transition  26+543  26+653 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
8+990  9+331  341  VUP‐01A  26+653  26+994 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
9+331  9+345  14  VUP‐01B  26+994  27+006 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
9+345  9+770  425  VUP‐01A  5+006  5+435  MDR56 
9+770  9+875  105  Transition  5+435  5+540  MDR56 
9+875  10+130  255  V  5+540  5+795  MDR56 
10+130  10+250  120  Transition  5+795  5+916  MDR56 




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Length
(m)
C/S Type
Remarks
(Ref Chainage of SH/MDR)
From To From To SH/MDR
10+250  10+410  160  V‐2  5+916  6+076  MDR56 
10+410  10+470  60  Transition  6+076  6+136  MDR56 
10+470  10+585  115  V‐I‐L  6+136  6+250  MDR56 
10+585  10+645  60  Transition  6+250  6+309  MDR56 
10+645  10+905  260  V  6+309  6+568  MDR56 
10+905  10+965  60  Transition  6+568  6+627  MDR56 
10+965  11+470  505  V‐I‐L  6+627  7+125  MDR56 
11+470  11+530  60  Transition  7+125  7+185  MDR56 
11+530  12+390  860  V  7+185  8+008  MDR56 
12+390  12+450  60  Transition  8+008  8+068  MDR56 
12+450  12+610  160  V‐I‐R  8+068  8+227  MDR56 
12+610  12+670  60  Transition  8+227  8+287  MDR56 
12+670  12+815  145  V  8+287  8+431  MDR56 
12+815  12+875  60  Transition  8+431  8+491  MDR56 
12+875  13+315  440  V‐I‐L  8+491  8+929  MDR56 
13+315  13+375  60  Transition  8+929  8+989  MDR56 
13+375  13+395  20  V  8+989  9+008  MDR56 
13+395  13+500  105  Transition  9+008  9+117  MDR56 
13+500  14+100  600  IV  9+117  9+737  MDR56 
14+100  14+205  105  Transition  9+737  9+846  MDR56 
14+205  14+595  390  V  9+846  10+245  MDR56 
14+595  14+655  60  Transition  10+245  10+306  MDR56 
14+655  14+810  155  V‐I‐R  10+306  10+462  MDR56 
14+810  14+850  40  Transition  10+462  10+500  MDR56 
14+850  14+960  110  V  10+500  10+613  MDR56 
14+960  15+273  313 
TOLL PLAZA 
Transition 
10+613  10+930  MDR56 
15+273  15+327  54 
TOLL PLAZA ‐ 
BEHRAM 
10+930  10+984  MDR56 
15+327  15+641  314 
TOLL PLAZA 
Transition 
10+984  11+300  MDR56 
15+641  16+410  769  V  11+300  12+078  MDR56 
16+410  16+515  105  Transition  12+078  12+183  MDR56 
16+515  16+620  105  IV‐L  12+183  12+289  MDR56 
16+620  16+725  105  Transition  12+289  12+394  MDR56 
16+725  17+450  725  IV  12+394  13+121  MDR56 
17+450  17+560  110  Transition  13+121  13+232  MDR56 




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Length
(m)
C/S Type
Remarks
(Ref Chainage of SH/MDR)
From To From To SH/MDR
17+560  18+020  460  V  13+232  13+693  MDR56 
18+020  18+080  60  Transition  13+693  13+754  MDR56 
18+080  18+235  155  V‐I‐R  13+754  13+909  MDR56 
18+235  18+295  60  Transition  13+909  13+969  MDR56 
18+295  18+580  285  V  13+969  14+254  MDR56 
18+580  18+640  60  Transition  14+254  14+314  MDR56 
18+640  18+800  160  V‐I‐L  14+314  14+474  MDR56 
18+800  18+860  60  Transition  14+474  14+534  MDR56 
18+860  18+895  35  V  14+534  14+569  MDR56 
18+895  19+000  105  Transition  14+569  14+675  MDR56 
19+000  19+575  575  IV  14+675  15+249  MDR56 
19+575  19+785  210  Transition  15+249  15+457  MDR56 
19+785  20+125  340  V  15+457  15+796  MDR56 
20+125  20+185  60  Transition  15+796  15+855  MDR56 
20+185  20+340  155  V‐I‐R  15+855  16+009  MDR56 
20+340  20+400  60  Transition  16+009  16+069  MDR56 
20+400  20+470  70  V  16+069  16+139  MDR56 
20+470  20+530  60  Transition  16+139  16+198  MDR56 
20+530  20+690  160  V‐I‐L  16+198  16+358  MDR56 
20+690  20+750  60  Transition  16+358  16+417  MDR56 
20+750  21+260  510  V  16+417  16+924  MDR56 
21+260  21+320  60  Transition  16+924  16+984  MDR56 
21+320  21+480  160  V‐I‐R  16+984  17+143  MDR56 
21+480  21+540  60  Transition  17+143  17+203  MDR56 
21+540  21+695  155  V  17+203  17+358  MDR56 
21+695  21+800  105  Transition  17+358  17+463  MDR56 
21+800  22+450  650  IV  17+463  18+111  MDR56 
22+450  22+555  105  Transition  18+111  18+216  MDR56 
22+555  22+795  240  V  18+216  18+455  MDR56 
22+795  22+855  60  Transition  18+455  18+515  MDR56 
22+855  23+010  155  V‐I‐R  18+515  18+670  MDR56 
23+010  23+070  60  Transition  18+670  18+729  MDR56 
23+070  23+895  825  V  18+729  19+555  MDR56 
23+895  24+000  105  Transition  19+555  19+660  MDR56 
24+000  24+760  760  IV  19+660  20+421  MDR56 
24+760  24+865  105  Transition  20+421  20+526  MDR56 




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Length
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C/S Type
Remarks
(Ref Chainage of SH/MDR)
From To From To SH/MDR
24+865  25+080  215  V  20+526  20+741  MDR56 
25+080  25+185  105  Transition  20+741  20+846  MDR56 
25+185  25+482  297  VIII  20+846  21+143  MDR56 
25+482  25+770  288  VII  21+143  21+429  MDR56 
25+770  29+046  3276  VII‐B  21+429  24+716  MDR56 
29+046  29+322  276  VII   24+716  24+992  MDR56 
29+322  29+425  103  Transition  24+992  25+098  MDR56 
29+425  29+520  95  V  25+098  25+194  MDR56 
29+520  29+580  60  Transition  25+194  25+254  MDR56 
29+580  29+735  155  V‐2  25+254  25+410  MDR56 
29+735  29+795  60  Transition  25+410  25+470  MDR56 
29+795  30+240  445  V  25+470  25+919  MDR56 
30+240  30+300  60  Transition  25+919  25+979  MDR56 
30+300  30+450  150  V‐2  25+979  26+130  MDR56 
30+450  30+510  60  Transition  26+130  26+190  MDR56 
30+510  30+630  120   V‐I‐R  26+190  26+311  MDR56 
30+630  30+690  60  Transition  26+311  26+371  MDR56 
30+690  30+950  260  V  26+371  26+633  MDR56 
30+950  31+010  60  Transition  26+633  26+693  MDR56 
31+010  31+170  160  V‐2  26+693  26+854  MDR56 
31+170  31+230  60  Transition  26+854  26+915  MDR56 
31+230  31+445  215  V  26+915  27+131  MDR56 
31+445  31+550  105  Transition  27+131  27+237  MDR56 
31+550  32+600  1050  IV  27+237  28+292  MDR56 
32+600  32+705  105  Transition  28+292  28+396  MDR56 
32+705  32+875  170  IV‐R  28+396  28+566  MDR56 
32+875  32+980  105  Transition  28+566  28+670  MDR56 
32+980  33+300  320  V  28+670  28+989  MDR56 
33+300  33+360  60  Transition  28+989  29+049  MDR56 
33+360  33+490  130  V‐I‐R  29+049  29+177  MDR56 
33+490  33+550  60  Transition  29+177  29+236  MDR56 
33+550  33+705  155  V‐2  29+236  29+389  MDR56 
33+705  33+765  60  Transition  29+389  29+448  MDR56 
33+765  34+345  580  V  29+448  30+020  MDR56 
34+345  34+450  105  Transition  30+020  30+124  MDR56 
34+450  34+900  450  IV  30+124  30+569  MDR56 




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Length
(m)
C/S Type
Remarks
(Ref Chainage of SH/MDR)
From To From To SH/MDR
34+900  35+005  105  Transition  30+569  30+672  MDR56 
35+005  35+100  95  IV‐L  30+672  30+766  MDR56 
35+100  35+170  70  Transition  30+766  30+835  MDR56 
35+170  35+300  130  V‐I‐R  30+835  30+965  MDR56 
35+300  35+360  60  Transition  30+965  31+022  MDR56 
35+360  36+278  918  V  31+022  31+940  MDR56 
36+278  36+338  60  Transition  31+940  32+000  MDR56 
36+338  36+502  164  V‐I‐L  32+000  32+160  MDR56 
36+502  36+562  60  Transition  32+160  32+220  MDR56 
36+562  37+425  863  V  32+220  33+061  MDR56 
37+425  37+545  120  Transition  33+061  33+180  MDR56 
37+545  37+645  100  V‐2  33+180  33+278  MDR56 
37+645  37+705  60  Transition  33+278  33+337  MDR56 
37+705  37+935  230  V‐I‐R  33+337  33+563  MDR56 
37+935  37+995  60  Transition  33+563  33+621  MDR56 
37+995  38+055  60  V  33+621  33+680  MDR56 
38+055  38+159  104  Transition  33+680  33+784  MDR56 
38+159  38+410  251  VII   33+784  34+029  MDR56 
38+410  38+735  325  VII‐B  34+029  34+350  MDR56 
38+735  38+987  252  N‐3C  34+350  34+600  MDR56 
38+987  39+023  36  N‐3B  34+600  34+634  MDR56 
39+023  39+059  36  N‐3A  34+634  34+670  MDR56 
39+059  39+095  36  N‐3B  34+670  34+705  MDR56 
39+095  39+347  252  N‐3C  34+705  34+955  MDR56 
39+347  41+830  2483  VII‐B  34+955  37+310  MDR56 
41+830  42+090  260  VII   37+310  37+559  MDR56 
42+090  42+300  210  VIII  37+559  37+757  MDR56 
42+300  42+405  105  Transition  37+757  37+856  MDR56 
42+405  43+100  695  V  37+856  38+511  MDR56 
43+100  43+160  60  Transition  38+511  38+571  MDR56 
43+160  43+320  160  V‐2  38+571  38+720  MDR56 
43+320  43+380  60  Transition  38+720  38+780  MDR56 
43+380  44+185  805  V  38+780  39+573  MDR56 
44+185  44+235  50  Transition  39+573  39+624  MDR56 
44+235  44+395  160  V‐I‐R  39+624  39+785  MDR56 
44+395  44+435  40  Transition  39+785  39+826  MDR56 




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Length
(m)
C/S Type
Remarks
(Ref Chainage of SH/MDR)
From To From To SH/MDR
44+435  44+525  90  V  39+826  39+957  MDR56 
44+525  44+645  120  Transition  39+957  40+038  MDR56 
44+645  44+970  325  L‐I   40+038  40+364  MDR56 
44+970  46+806  1836  L‐2B  40+364  42+218  MDR56 
46+806  47+130  324  L‐I   42+218  42+546  MDR56 
47+130  47+250  120  Transition  42+546  42+667  MDR56 
47+250  47+475  225  V‐2  42+667  42+896  MDR56 
47+475  47+540  65  Transition  42+896  42+961  MDR56 
47+540  48+170  630  V  42+961  43+599  MDR56 
48+170  48+235  65  Transition  43+599  43+664  MDR56 
48+235  48+510  275  V‐I‐L  43+664  43+942  MDR56 
48+510  48+575  65  Transition  43+942  44+008  MDR56 
48+575  48+950  375  IV  44+008  44+387  MDR56 
48+950  49+040  90  IV/Transition  44+387  44+478  MDR56 
49+040  49+210  170  IV/V  44+478  44+650  MDR56 
49+210  49+300  90  Transition  44+650  44+741  MDR56 
49+300  49+610  310  V  44+741  45+054  MDR56 
49+610  49+685  75  Transition  45+054  45+130  MDR56 
49+685  50+205  520  V‐2  45+130  45+655  MDR56 
50+205  50+280  75  Transition  45+655  45+731  MDR56 
50+280  50+700  420  V  45+731  46+155  MDR56 
50+700  50+775  75  Transition  46+155  46+231  MDR56 
50+775  50+930  155  V‐2  46+231  46+389  MDR56 
50+930  51+005  75  Transition  46+389  46+465  MDR56 
51+005  51+500  495  V  46+465  46+964  MDR56 
51+500  51+575  75  Transition  46+964  47+040  MDR56 
51+575  51+735  160  V‐I‐R  47+040  47+202  MDR56 
51+735  51+810  75  Transition  47+202  47+278  MDR56 
51+810  52+185  375  V  47+278  47+656  MDR56 
52+185  52+260  75  Transition  47+656  47+732  MDR56 
52+260  52+415  155  V‐I‐R  47+732  47+889  MDR56 
52+415  52+490  75  Transition  47+889  47+964  MDR56 
52+490  52+705  215  V  47+964  48+185  MDR56 
52+705  52+780  75  Transition  48+185  48+260  MDR56 
52+780  52+970  190  V‐2  48+260  48+454  MDR56 
52+970  53+045  75  Transition  48+454  48+532  MDR56 




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Length
(m)
C/S Type
Remarks
(Ref Chainage of SH/MDR)
From To From To SH/MDR
53+045  53+595  550  V  48+532  49+091  MDR56 
53+595  53+670  75  Transition  49+091  49+166  MDR56 
53+670  53+830  160  V‐I‐L  49+166  49+322  MDR56 
53+830  53+905  75  Transition  49+322  49+395  MDR56 
53+905  54+500  595  V  49+395  49+979  MDR56 
54+500  56+220  1720  VI‐A  49+979     MDR56 
56+220  56+300  80  Transition        MDR56 
56+300  56+786  486  VII         MDR56 
56+786  56+894  108  VII‐A        MDR56 
56+894  57+450  556  VII     53+339  MDR56 
57+450  57+520  70  Transition  53+339  53+410  MDR56 
57+520  58+628  1108  II  53+410  54+533  MDR56 
58+628  58+750  122  Transition  54+533  54+657  MDR56 
58+750  58+857  107  B‐3‐A at ground level 54+657  54+767  MDR56 
58+857  59+220  363  B‐3‐A   54+767 55+138  MDR56 
59+220  59+280  60  B‐2‐A‐1  55+138  55+198  MDR56 
59+280  59+700  420  B‐3‐A   55+198  55+764  MDR56 
59+700  59+780  80  Transition  55+764 55+865  MDR56 
59+780  60+300  520  I  55+865 56+326  MDR56 
60+300  60+400  100  Transition  26+572  26+472  SH24 
60+400  60+525  125  II  26+472  26+347  SH24 
60+525  60+600  75  Transition  26+347  26+272  SH24 
60+600  60+760  160  II‐A‐2  26+272  26+110  SH24 
60+760  60+835  75  Transition  26+110  26+034  SH24 
60+835  62+190  1355  II  26+034  24+675  SH24 
62+190  62+330  140  Transition  24+675  24+533  SH24 
62+330  63+200  870  I‐A  24+533  23+661  SH24 
63+200  63+340  140  Transition  23+661  23+522  SH24 
63+340  63+965  625  II  23+522  22+898  SH24 
63+965  64+040  75  Transition  22+898  22+823  SH24 
64+040  64+200  160  II‐A‐2  22+823  22+663  SH24 
64+200  64+275  75  Transition  22+663  22+588  SH24 
64+275  67+005  2730  II  22+588  19+822  SH24 
67+005  67+080  75  Transition  19+822  19+747  SH24 
67+080  67+240  160  II‐A‐2  19+747  19+587  SH24 
67+240  67+315  75  Transition  19+587  19+512  SH24 




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Length
(m)
C/S Type
Remarks
(Ref Chainage of SH/MDR)
From To From To SH/MDR
67+315  67+440  125  II  19+512  19+387  SH24 
67+440  68+500  1060 
I (Realigned 
Kathgarh) 
19+387  18+325  SH24 
68+500  68+645  145  II  18+325  18+180  SH24 
68+645  68+705  60  Transition  18+180  18+120  SH24 
68+705  68+880  175  II‐I‐L  18+120  17+943  SH24 
68+880  68+955  75  Transition  17+943  17+868  SH24 
68+955  69+050  95  II  17+868  17+772  SH24 
69+050  69+110  60  Transition  17+772  17+712  SH24 
69+110  69+545  435  I  17+712  17+282  SH24 
69+545  69+775  230 
TOLL PLAZA 
Transition 
17+282  17+056  SH24 
69+775  69+830  55 
TOLL PLAZA ‐ 
KATHGARH 
17+056  17+001  SH24 
69+830  70+060  230 
TOLL PLAZA 
Transition 
17+001  16+772  SH24 
70+060  70+500  440  II  16+772  16+330  SH24 
70+500  70+600  100  Transition  16+330  16+229  SH24 
70+600  70+765  165  I‐A  16+229  16+063  SH24 
70+765  70+840  75  Transition  16+063  15+986  SH24 
70+840  71+200  360  I  15+986  15+627  SH24 
71+200  71+340  140  Transition  15+627  15+486  SH24 
71+340  71+940  600  II  15+486  14+889  SH24 
71+940  72+015  75  Transition  14+889  14+814  SH24 
72+015  72+120  105  II‐A‐2  14+814  14+709  SH24 
72+120  72+195  75  Transition  14+709  14+634  SH24 
72+195  73+500  1305  II  14+634  13+322  SH24 
73+500  73+575  75  Transition  13+322  13+247  SH24 
73+575  73+715  140  II‐A  13+247  13+107  SH24 
73+715  73+790  75  Transition  13+107  13+032  SH24 
73+790  74+775  985  II  13+032  12+050  SH24 
74+775  74+850  75  Transition  12+050  11+975  SH24 
74+850  75+010  160  II‐A  11+975  11+815  SH24 
75+010  75+085  75  Transition  11+815  11+740  SH24 
75+085  77+125  2040  II  11+740  9+698  SH24 
77+125  77+200  75  Transition  9+698  9+623  SH24 
77+200  77+320  120  II‐A‐2  9+623  9+502  SH24 




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Length
(m)
C/S Type
Remarks
(Ref Chainage of SH/MDR)
From To From To SH/MDR
77+320  77+395  75  Transition  9+502  9+427  SH24 
77+395  77+500  105  II  9+427  9+322  SH24 
77+500  77+640  140  Transition  9+322  9+183  SH24 
77+640  79+355  1715  I  9+183  7+468  SH24 
79+355  79+430  75  Transition  7+468  7+393  SH24 
79+430  79+585  155  I‐A  7+393  7+238  SH24 
79+585  79+660  75  Transition  7+238  7+162  SH24 
79+660  80+170  510  I  7+162  6+651  SH24 

The description of Typical Cross Sections is detailed below:

S
No
TCS Description
1 I Canal Running Parallel to Road at Urban Area
2 I-A Canal Running Parallel to Road at Urban Area with Extra Lane on Right
Hand Side
3 II Canal Running Parallel to Road at Rural Area
4 II-A Canal Running Parallel to Road at Rural Area with Extra Lane on Right
Hand Side
5 II-A-2 Canal Running Parallel to Road at Rural Area with Extra Lane on Both
Sides
6 II-1-L Canal Running Parallel to Road at Rural Area with Extra Lane on Left
Hand Side
7 IV Concentric Widening at Urban Area with Service Road - 5.5m on Both
Sides
8 IV-L Concentric Widening at Urban Area with Service Road - 5.5m on Left
Hand Side
9 IV-R Concentric Widening at Urban Area with Service Road - 5.5m on Right
Hand Side
10 V Concentric Widening at Rural Area
11 V-1-L Concentric Widening at Rural Area with Extra Lane on Left Hand Side
12 V-1-R Concentric Widening at Rural Area with Extra Lane on Right Hand Side
13 V-2 Concentric Widening at Rural Area with Extra Lane on Both Sides
14 V-A Concentric Widening at Rural Area - Phagwara Bypass Section




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No
TCS Description
15 V-A-1-R Concentric Widening at Rural Area with Extra Lane on Right Hand Side -
(Phagwara Bypass Section)
16 V-A-2 Concentric Widening at Rural Area with Extra Lane on Both Sides –
(Phagwara Bypass Section)
17 VI-A For Garhi Bypass Section with 50.0m ROW
18 VII Typical Cross Section for Approach to Structures
19 VII-A Typical Cross Section for Elevated Structure / Flyover
20 VII-B Typical Cross Section for Elevated Structure with Service Road beneath the
Structure
21 VIII Concentric Widening at Urban Area with Service Road – 6.0m on Both
Sides
22 L-1 Approaches of Flyover & 4-Lane Elevated Corridor with Service Road-
5.5m
23 L-2B Flyover & 4-Lane Elevated Corridor with Single Pier and Service Road
24 N-3A Typical Cross Section in Tunnel Zone at ROB
25 N-3B Typical Cross Section in Tunnel Zone with U-Turn for Service Road (at
Ground Level)
26 N-3C Typical Cross Section in Either End Ramp with Service Road at Ground
Level
27 B-2A-1 2-Lane Flyover with Single Pier and Slip Road - 7.0m at LHS and
Carriageway (at Ground Level) at RHS
28 B-3A Approaches of 2-Lane Flyover with Single Pier and Slip Road at LHS and
Carriageway (at Ground Level) at RHS
29 VUP-01A Approach to Vehicular Underpass
30 VUP-01B Vehicular Underpass


4.5.2 Service Roads and Extra Lanes

Service road has been provided on both sides of project road as per provision of 4-lane manual.
Most of the access roads and driveways will be connected to service roads/extra lane. The service
road will be used for local traffic access to abutting properties while main carriageway will be
primarily used by through traffic. The width of service road has been kept 7.5m/7.0m/6.0m/5.5m
and width of extra lane has been kept as 4.5m. The service road has been discontinued over major
bridges, other restricted locations like river and water body located very near to road and where
local traffic is minimal. Service road of 5.5m width has been provided for total length of 16.034km,




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6.0m width for total length of 17.900km , 7.0m width for total length of 6.015km and 7.5m width for
length of 6.374km. Extra lane of 4.5m width has been provided for 19.250km. Locations of service
roads and extra lane are given in Table 4.13(a) & Table 4.13(b)

Table 4.13(a): Service Roads Schedule to be provided on project highway

Chainage (km)
Length
(m)
Service Road
Description
Remarks
Side Width (Ref Chainage of SH/MDR)
From To
Left /
Right /
Both
(m) From To SH/MDR
2+203  2+905  702  Both   7.5  19+874  20+577 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
3+765  4+625  860  Both   7.5  21+436  22+294 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
8+990  9+345  355  Both   6.0  26+653  27+006 
Phagwara 
Bypass 
9+345  9+770  425  Both   6.0  5+006  5+435  MDR56 
13+500  14+100  600  Both   5.5  9+117  9+737  MDR56 
16+515  16+620  105  Left  5.5  12+183  12+289  MDR56 
16+725  17+450  725  Both   5.5  12+394  13+121  MDR56 
19+000  19+575  575  Both   5.5  14+675  15+249  MDR56 
21+800  22+450  650  Both   5.5  17+463  18+111  MDR56 
24+000  24+760  760  Both   5.5  19+660  20+421  MDR56 
25+185  29+322  4137  Both   6.0  20+846  24+992  MDR56 
31+550  32+600  1050  Both   5.5  27+237  28+292  MDR56 
32+705  32+875  170  Right  5.5  28+396  28+566  MDR56 
34+450  34+900  450  Both   5.5  30+124  30+569  MDR56 
35+005  35+100  95  Left  5.5  30+672  30+766  MDR56 
38+159  38+987  828  Both   6.0  33+784  34+600  MDR56 
38+987  39+023  36  Both   5.5  34+600  34+634  MDR56 
39+059  39+095  36  Both   5.5  34+670  34+705  MDR56 
39+095  42+300  3205  Both   6.0  34+705  37+757  MDR56 
44+645  47+130  2485  Both   5.5  40+038  42+546  MDR56 
48+575  49+040  465  Both   5.5  44+008  44+478  MDR56 
56+300  57+450  1150  Both   7.5     53+339  MDR56 
58+750  59+700  950  Left  7.5  54+657  55+613  MDR56 
59+780  60+300  520  Left  7.0  55+703  55+791  MDR56 
62+330  63+200  870  Left  7.0  24+533  23+661  SH24 
67+440  68+500  1060  Left  7.0  19+387  18+326  SH24 
69+110  69+545  435  Left  7.0  17+712  17+282  SH24 
70+600  71+200  600  Left  7.0  16+229  15+627  SH24 
77+640  80+170  2530  Left  7.0  9+183  6+651  SH24 





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Table 4.13(b): Extra Lane Schedule to be provided on project highway

Chainage (km)
Length
(m)
Extra Lane
Side (Left /
Right /
Both)
Remarks
(Ref Chainage of SH/MDR)
From To From To SH/MDR
0+453  0+665  212.5  Both  18+126 18+337 Phagwara Bypass 
1+030  1+240  210  Both  18+700 18+910 Phagwara Bypass 
1+780  1+995  215  Both  19+450 19+666 Phagwara Bypass 
4+975  5+190  215  Both  22+644 22+859 Phagwara Bypass 
5+190  5+455  265  Right  22+859 23+124 Phagwara Bypass 
6+175  6+360  185  Both  23+844 24+029 Phagwara Bypass 
6+360  6+845  485  Right  24+029 24+513 Phagwara Bypass 
6+845  7+030  185  Both  24+513 24+698 Phagwara Bypass 
7+740  7+960  220  Both  25+406 25+626 Phagwara Bypass 
10+190  10+440  250  Both  5+856  6+106  MDR 56 
10+440  10+615  175  Left  6+106  6+280  MDR 56 
10+935  11+500  565  Left  6+597  7+155  MDR 56 
12+420  12+640  220  Right  8+038  8+257  MDR 56 
12+845  13+345  500  Left  8+461  8+959  MDR 56 
14+625  14+830  205  Right  10+276 10+482 MDR 56 
18+050  18+265  215  Right  13+724 13+939 MDR 56 
18+610  18+830  220  Left  14+284 14+504 MDR 56 
20+155  20+370  215  Right  15+825 16+039 MDR 56 
20+500  20+720  220  Left  16+168 16+388 MDR 56 
21+290  21+510  220  Right  16+954 17+173 MDR 56 
22+825  23+040  215  Right  18+485 18+700 MDR 56 
29+550  29+765  215  Both  25+224 25+440 MDR 56 
30+270  30+480  210  Both  25+949 26+160 MDR 56 
30+480  30+660  180  Right  26+160 26+341 MDR 56 
30+980  31+200  220  Both  26+663 26+884 MDR 56 
33+330  33+520  190  Right  29+019 29+207 MDR 56 
33+520  33+735  215  Both  29+206 29+419 MDR 56 
35+135  35+330  195  Right  30+800 30+995 MDR 56 
36+308  36+532  224  Left  31+970 32+190 MDR 56 
37+485  37+675  190  Both  33+120 33+308 MDR 56 
37+675  37+965  290  Right  33+307 33+593 MDR 56 
43+130  43+350  220  Both  38+541 38+750 MDR 56 
44+210  44+415  205  Right  39+599 39+805 MDR 56 




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Length
(m)
Extra Lane
Side (Left /
Right /
Both)
Remarks
(Ref Chainage of SH/MDR)
From To From To SH/MDR
47+130  47+508  377.5  Both  42+546 42+929 MDR 56 
48+203  48+543  340  Left  43+632 43+975 MDR 56 
49+648  50+243  595  Both  45+093 45+693 MDR 56 
50+738  50+968  230  Both  46+194 46+427 MDR 56 
51+538  51+773  235  Right  47+003 47+240 MDR 56 
52+223  52+453  230  Right  47+695 47+927 MDR 56 
52+743  53+008  265  Both  48+223 48+492 MDR 56 
53+633  53+868  235  Left  49+129 49+360 MDR 56 
60+563  60+798  235  Both  26+310 26+073 SH 24 
62+260  63+270  1010  Right  24+603 23+591 SH 24 
64+003  64+238  235  Both  22+861 22+626 SH 24 
67+043  67+278  235  Both  19+785 19+550 SH 24 
68+675  68+918  242.5  Left  18+150 17+907 SH 24 
70+550  70+803  252.5  Right  16+279 16+026 SH 24 
71+978  72+158  180  Both  14+852 14+672 SH 24 
73+538  73+753  214.5  Right  13+284 13+070 SH 24 
74+813  75+048  235  Right  12+012 11+777 SH 24 
77+163  77+358  195  Both  9+660  9+465  SH 24 
79+393  79+623  230  Right  7+430  7+200  SH 24 


4.5.3 Major Intersections/Congested Built-up areas

Depending on the importance of existing intersections & the type of traffic thereon, the consultants
have decided the span arrangement of the flyovers on such intersections. Accordingly, the
consultants have identified locations which have been developed as major intersections & flyovers
have been provided to take the main carriageway over them. The details are presented in Table 4.14
below.
Table 4.14: Major Intersections/Flyovers/VUP
Sl
No
Chainage Span Structure Type
Remarks Junction
Type Left Right
1
2+560 –
2+574
1x12m
VUP
(4-lane)
To Palahi
To
Phagwara
X-J unction
2
4+165 -
4+273
3x36m
Flyover
(4-lane)
To
Hoshyarpur
To
Phagwara
X-J unction
3
9+331 -
9+345
1x12m
VUP
(4-lane)
To Phagwara
T-J unction
4 25+770 - 91x36m Elevated Corridor Banga (Congested Area) -




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Remarks Junction
Type Left Right
29+046 (4-lane)
5
38+410 -
41+830
95x36m
Elevated Corridor with
integrated ROB cum
RUB
(4-lane)
Nawanshahr (Congested
Area)
-
6
44+970 -
46+806
51x36m
Elevated Corridor
(4-lane)
Langroya (Congested
Area)
-
7
56+786 -
56+894
3x36m
Flyover
(4-lane)
Garhi Ropar X-J unction
8
59+220 -
59+280
3x20m
Flyover – Left Side
(2-lane)
Balachaur
4.5.4 Minor Junctions

Improvements to the minor junctions and accesses shall be done as per typical designs. The list of the minor
intersections and accesses are given in Table 4.15.

Table 4.15: Minor Junctions
S.
No.
Proposed
Chainage
(km)
Destination Side
Remarks
Reference
Chainage of
SH / MDR
SH / MDR
1  0+538  Mehtan  RHS  18+211  Phagwara Bypass 
2  0+561  Nangal Majjan  LHS  18+234  Phagwara Bypass 
3  1+135  Phagwara  RHS  18+805  Phagwara Bypass 
4  1+138  Palahi  LHS  18+808  Phagwara Bypass 
5  1+888  Khangura  RHS  19+558  Phagwara Bypass 
6  1+888  Palahi  LHS  19+558  Phagwara Bypass 
7  4+195  To Residential Area  RHS  21+864  Phagwara Bypass 
8  4+535  To Residential Area  RHS  22+204  Phagwara Bypass 
9  4+555  To Residential Area  RHS  22+224  Phagwara Bypass 
10  5+082  Phagwara  RHS  22+751  Phagwara Bypass 
11  5+082  Bhularai  LHS  22+751  Phagwara Bypass 
12  5+345  To Village  RHS  23+014  Phagwara Bypass 
13  6+275  Phagwara  RHS  23+946  Phagwara Bypass 
14  6+633  Phagwara  RHS  24+302  Phagwara Bypass 
15  6+903  Sukh Chain Nagar  RHS  24+572  Phagwara Bypass 
16  6+923  Gurunanak Nagar  LHS  24+592  Phagwara Bypass 
17  7+850  Bazidpur  LHS  25+501  Phagwara Bypass 
18  7+937  Phagwara  RHS  25+516  Phagwara Bypass 
19  9+550  Dosanjh Kalan  RHS  27+215/5+215  Phagwara Bypass 
20  10+273  Bahua Village  LHS  5+942  MDR56 
21  10+500  Bahua Village  LHS  5+995  MDR56 




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No.
Proposed
Chainage
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Destination Side
Remarks
Reference
Chainage of
SH / MDR
SH / MDR
22  11+044  Burj  LHS  6+166  MDR56 
23  11+274  Burj Kandhari  LHS  6+706  MDR56 
24  11+392  Military Farm Sarangwal  LHS  6+943  MDR56 
25  12+288  To Village  LHS  7+053  MDR56 
26  12+530  To Village  RHS  8+149  MDR56 
27  12+955  Jagatpur Village  LHS  8+572  MDR56 
28  13+239  Chakmadar Village  LHS  8+854  MDR56 
29  13+581  Munna Village  LHS  9+201  MDR56 
30  13+800  Saryala Ranu  RHS  9+427  MDR56 
31  13+800  Jasson Majra  LHS  9+427  MDR56 
32  13+842  Munna Village  LHS  9+473  MDR56 
33  14+734  Chack Mai Dass  RHS  40+385  MDR56 
34  16+794  Bahram Village  LHS  12+463  MDR56 
35  16+852  To Residential Area  RHS  12+521  MDR56 
36  17+046 
C K Memorial Public 
School 
RHS  12+716  MDR56 
37  17+220  Talwandi  RHS  12+891  MDR56 
38  17+324  Mahilpur  LHS  12+996  MDR56 
39  17+375  Mukandpur  RHS  13+049  MDR56 
40  17+464  To Residential Area  LHS  13+138  MDR56 
41  18+159  To Village  RHS  13+835  MDR56 
42  18+721  Chhander Khurd  LHS  14+396  MDR56 
43  19+316  Bisla  LHS  14+992  MDR56 
44  19+380  To Residential Area  LHS  15+055  MDR56 
45  19+442  Dhadua  RHS  15+166  MDR56 
46  19+500  To Residential Area  LHS  15+174  MDR56 
47  19+535  To Residential Area  LHS  15+209  MDR56 
48  19+558  To Residential Area  LHS  15+232  MDR56 
49  19+609  Bisla  LHS  15+283  MDR56 
50  20+264  Lalapur Village  RHS  15+935  MDR56 
51  20+608  Bisla  LHS  16+277  MDR56 
52  21+399  Dhahan Village  RHS  17+064  MDR56 
53  22+158  Kaleran  LHS  17+821  MDR56 
54  22+933  Mallupota  RHS  18+593  MDR56 
55  24+220  Bahdowal  LHS  19+881  MDR56 
56  24+360  Chak Kalan  RHS  20+022  MDR56 
57  24+681  Chak Kalan  RHS  20+343  MDR56 
58  24+698  Bahdowal  LHS  20+359  MDR56 
59  25+221  To Residential Area  RHS  20+882  MDR56 




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Destination Side
Remarks
Reference
Chainage of
SH / MDR
SH / MDR
60  25+874  Vishva Ruhani Kendra  RHS  21+532  MDR56 
61  26+068  Sotran Village  RHS  21+726  MDR56 
62  26+068  Hopowal  LHS  21+726  MDR56 
63  26+185  To Residential Area  RHS  21+841  MDR56 
64  26+494  City  LHS  22+150  MDR56 
65  26+523  To City  RHS  22+180  MDR56 
66  26+722  To Residential Area  RHS  22+379  MDR56 
67  26+788  To Residential Area  RHS  22+445  MDR56 
68  26+968  Railway Road  RHS  22+629  MDR56 
69  27+033  Chintpurni Temple Road  RHS  22+691  MDR56 
70  27+133  Garhshankar  LHS  22+795  MDR56 
71  28+499  To Residential Area  RHS  24+163  MDR56 
72  29+655  Khatkar Kalan  RHS  25+330  MDR56 
73  29+655  Thandian  LHS  25+330  MDR56 
74  30+373  Khatkar Kalan  RHS  26+052  MDR56 
75  30+376  Naura  LHS  26+055  MDR56 
76  30+550  Khatkar Kalan  RHS  26+231  MDR56 
77  31+086  KahmaVillage  RHS  26+769  MDR56 
78  31+091  Bhutan Village  LHS  26+774  MDR56 
79  31+746  Bhunta Village  LHS  27+434  MDR56 
80  31+750  Kamaha Village  RHS  27+438  MDR56 
81  32+192  Kamaha Village  RHS  27+884  MDR56 
82  32+470  Kamaha Village  RHS  28+162  MDR56 
83  32+473  Jabbowal Village  LHS  28+165  MDR56 
84  32+797  Gurudwara  RHS  28+487  MDR56 
85  33+434  Kariha Village  RHS  29+121  MDR56 
86  33+626  Kariha Village  RHS  29+311  MDR56 
87  33+626  Bains Village  LHS  29+311  MDR56 
88  34+608  Malpur Adka  RHS  30+280  MDR56 
89  35+005  Malpur Adka  LHS  30+673  MDR56 
90  37+566  Mahalon  LHS  33+201  MDR56 
91  37+625 
Sandhu Institute Of 
Nursing 
RHS  33+261  MDR56 
92  37+851 
Sandhu Institute Of 
Nursing 
RHS  33+487  MDR56 
93  38+162  To Residential Area  LHS  33+785  MDR56 
94  38+339  Mahalo  LHS  33+958  MDR56 
95  38+748  Sugar Mill Colony  RHS  34+364  MDR56 
96  38+871  To Residential Area  RHS  34+484  MDR56 




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Destination Side
Remarks
Reference
Chainage of
SH / MDR
SH / MDR
97  39+012  Gujjar Kalan  LHS  34+623  MDR56 
98  39+416  Guru Tej Bahadur Nagar  LHS  35+022  MDR56 
99  39+431  Guru Tej Bahadur Nagar  LHS  35+070  MDR56 
100  39+685  To Residential Area  RHS  35+275  MDR56 
101  39+685  Guru Tej Bahadur Nagar  LHS  35+275  MDR56 
102  39+998  To Residential Area  LHS  35+569  MDR56 
103  40+000  To Residential Area  RHS  35+571  MDR56 
104  40+009  Garh Shankar, To Colony  LHS  35+771  MDR56 
105  40+240  To Residential Area  RHS  35+782  MDR56 
106  40+432  To Residential Area  LHS  35+983  MDR56 
107  40+436  Raho  RHS  35+987  MDR56 
108  40+463  Raho  RHS  36+020  MDR56 
109  40+969  To Residential Area  LHS  36+494  MDR56 
110  43+241  Saloh,  Jethu Majara  RHS  38+646  MDR56 
111  43+241  Barnala  LHS  38+646  MDR56 
112  44+315   Jethu Majara  RHS  39+701  MDR56 
113  45+273  Romroa  RHS  40+671  MDR56 
114  45+377  Sona Village  LHS  40+774  MDR56 
115  45+681  Langroya  RHS  41+080  MDR56 
116  45+927  To Residential Area  LHS  41+329  MDR56 
117  46+126  Sajawal Pur  RHS  41+530  MDR56 
118  46+450  Langroya  RHS  41+857  MDR56 
119  46+548  Kishanpura  LHS  41+957  MDR56 
120  47+394  Sajjawalpur  RHS  42+815  MDR56 
121  47+394  Kishanpura  LHS  42+815  MDR56 
122  48+314  Kishanpura  LHS  43+745  MDR56 
123  48+632  Jandla  RHS  44+067  MDR56 
124  48+836  Nai Majara Village  RHS  44+272  MDR56 
125  48+898  Dolatpur  LHS  44+334  MDR56 
126  49+085  Jadla  RHS  44+524  MDR56 
127  49+163  To Residential Area  RHS  44+607  MDR56 
128  49+764  Dolatpur  LHS  45+212  MDR56 
129  49+766  Jandla  RHS  45+214  MDR56 
130  50+127  Jandla  RHS  45+576  MDR56 
131  50+127  Dolatpur  LHS  45+576  MDR56 
132  50+852  Jandla  RHS  46+309  MDR56 
133  50+852  Dolatpur  LHS  46+309  MDR56 
134  51+654  Jandla  RHS  47+120  MDR56 
135  52+338  Birowal  RHS  47+811  MDR56 




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Proposed
Chainage
(km)
Destination Side
Remarks
Reference
Chainage of
SH / MDR
SH / MDR
136  52+863  Birowal  RHS  48+345  MDR56 
137  52+889  Thathyala  LHS  48+381  MDR56 
138  53+752  Thathyala  LHS  49+246  MDR56 
139  57+225  Birowal  RHS  53+110  MDR56 
140  57+306  BKM College  LHS  53+198  MDR56 
141  59+245  Balachor  LHS  55+203  MDR56 
142  60+612  To Village  RHS  26+258  SH24 
143  60+612  Balachor  LHS  26+258  SH24 
144  62+361  To Village  RHS  24+501  SH24 
145  62+365  To Residential Area  LHS  24+491  SH24 
146  63+012  To Village  RHS  23+848  SH24 
147  63+012  Lohat Village  LHS  23+847  SH24 
148  64+050  Manaiwal  RHS  22+813  SH24 
149  64+050  Sudha Majra  LHS  22+813  SH24 
150  67+092  To Village  RHS  19+735  SH24 
151  67+092  Rattewal Road  LHS  19+735  SH24 
152  67+730  Rattewal  LHS  19+099  SH24 
153  68+733  Bharthala  LHS  18+090  SH24 
154  70+624  Bela Tajowal  RHS  16+205  SH24 
155  70+624  Panyali Kalan  LHS  16+205  SH24 
156  70+766  To Residential Area  LHS  16+060  SH24 
157  71+991  To Village  RHS  14+840  SH24 
158  71+991  To Village  LHS  14+840  SH24 
159  73+568  To Village  RHS  13+254  SH24 
160  74+862  To Village  RHS  11+963  SH24 
161  77+190  To Village  RHS  9+632  SH24 
162  77+190  To Residential Area  LHS  9+632  SH24 
163  79+438  To Village  RHS  7+384  SH24 
164  79+933  To Residential Area  LHS  6+888  SH24 


The following sections provide the minimum spatial and functional requirements of the facilities to be
provided on the Project Highway.

4.6 Existing Facilities

There are a number of Bus stops along the Project Highway. Apart from this, a number of Dhabas,
petrol pumps, vehicles repair shops, telephone booths etc. exist along the Project Highway.

4.6.1 Project Facilities





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The Project Facilities shall include:

a) Toll Plaza
b) Roadside Furniture
c) Street Lighting at designated locations
d) Pedestrian Facilities
e) Landscaping and Tree Plantation
f) Truck Lay Bye
g) Bus Shelters
h) Traffic Aid Posts
i) Medical First Aid Posts
j) Vehicle Rescue Posts


4.7 DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED FACILITIES

4.7.1 Toll Plaza

Toll Plaza” means the structures and barriers erected on the Project Highway for the purpose of
regulating the entry and exit of vehicles and shall include land, buildings, equipment, and other
facilities required in accordance with or drawings provided in Detailed Project Report, standard
specification in consultation with Independent Engineer.

The tentative locations of toll plazas are as under in Table 4.16(a):

Table 4.16(a): Tentative toll plaza Location

Sl.No.
Proposed Chainage Remarks
Reference Chainage SH / MDR
1 Km 14+960 – Km 15+641 Km 10+613 – Km 11+300 MDR 56
2 Km 69+543 – Km 70+057 Km 17+286 – Km 16+774 SH 24

The toll plazas shall have 5-Lanes in each direction and one separate service lane in each direction
for non-tollable traffic and over-sized vehicles.

Generally the toll plaza shall meet requirements of “Manual of Specifications and Standards for
Four Laning of Highways Through Public Private Partnership (IRC:SP-84-2009)”

4.7.2 Toll Booth Requirements

Considering the projected toll traffic and a servicing time of 10 seconds per vehicle, the total number of
toll booths required (both directions) to manually collect toll at the various locations is presented in the
Table 4.16(b) below.





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Table 4.16(b):Total Toll booths required at Toll Plaza locations

Toll Plaza Lane
Km 14+960 – Km 15+641 6+6
Km 69+543 – Km 70+057 6+6

4.7.3 Road Side Furniture

(a) Traffic Signs and Pavement Markings

Traffic signs and pavement markings shall include roadside signs, overhead signs; curb mounted
signs and road marking along the Project Highway. The design and marking for the Project Highway
shall be as per the design standard indicated in “Manual of Specifications and Standards for Four
Laning of Highways Through Public Private Partnership (IRC:SP-84-2009)” and the location for
various treatments shall be finalized in consultation with the Independent Engineer.

All road signs (overhead and other signage) shall be with retro-reflective sheeting of high intensity
grade with micro-prismatic retro-reflective element fixed over aluminium sub-strata as per IRC
Guidelines / Clause 9.2.7, Manual of Specifications and Standards for Four Laning of Highways
Through Public Private Partnership (IRC:SP-84-2009) and as per instructions of Independent
Engineer and Authority/Government.

Overhead sign shall be installed ahead of major intersections/flyovers, toll plazas and urban areas as
per detailed design requirements. The tentative location of overhead signs is given below:

S
No
Chainage
Reference wrt
Existing
Chainage of
SH/MDR
Location
1
0+100 17+775 Phagwara Bypass
2
25+050 20+715 Banga Starts (MDR 56)
3
29+500 25+175 Banga Ends (MDR 56)
4
37+950 33+580 Nawanshahr Starts (MDR 56)
5
43+400 37+795 Nawanshahr Ends (MDR 56)
6
47+600 43+020 Langroya Ends (MDR 56)
7
54+200 49+685 Garhi Bypass Starts (MDR 56)
8
57+600 53+490 Garhi Bypass Ends (MDR 56)


(b) Guard Rails and Traffic Safety Devices

The safety barrier of rigid, flexible, or semi rigid type in accordance with MOSRTH
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i) Where height of embankment is 3m or more
ii) Where embankment is retained by a retaining structure
iii) Where median is depressed flushed or having the width less than 4.5m, the barriers shall be
for both direction of travel
iv) On valley side of highway in mountainous and steep terrain
v) At hazardous locations identified in schedule B or through safety audit
vi) Guard post shall be provided on either side of the carriageway, at location where
embankment height varies between 2 to 3m as per design standards.

(c) Boundary Stones

Road land (ROW) boundary shall be demarcated by putting RCC boundary pillars of size 60cm x
15cm x 15cm embedded in concrete (as per IRC:25) along the Project Highway at 50 m interval on
both sides. All the components used in delineating road land boundary shall be aesthetically
pleasing, sturdy and vandal proof. The road land boundary shall be demarcated in consultation with
IE/PWD.

(d) Hectometer / Kilometer Stones
The hectometer and kilometer stones shall be provided as per MOSRT&H specifications.

(e) Traffic Blinker Signal (L.E.D) at intersections

Traffic Blinker signal (L.E.D) shall be provided at all at-grade intersections and median
openings/Median gap-in as per the design standards indicated in Schedule D.

4.7.4 Truck Lay Bye

Total 2 nos. of Truck Lay Byes shall be provided along the project highway conforming to design
standards. The locations of Truck Lay Byes given in Table 4.17 are tentative and shall be finalized
by the concessionaire in consultation with the IE and Authority


Table 4.17: Tentative location of Truck Lay Bye

Design Chainage (km)
Remarks
Reference Chainage of
SH/MDR
SH/ MDR Location
From To From
To
64+450 64+750 22+414 22+115 MDR 56 Left Side
73+950 74+250 12+873 12+574 MDR 56 Left Side

4.7.5 Bus Shelters

The 25 nos. of Bus Shelters shall be provided along the project highway conforming to design
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requirement of bus bays. The locations of bus shelters given in Table 4.18 are tentative and shall be
finalized by the concessionaire in consultation with the IE and PWD.

Table 4.18: Proposed Bus Shelter

Design Chainage (km)
Remarks
Reference Chainage
of SH/MDR
SH/
MDR
Location
LHS RHS LHS RHS
13+850 13+750 9+475 9+375 MDR 56 J asso Majra
16+810 17+320 12+480 12+990 MDR 56 Behram
22+125 17+787 MDR 56 Dahan
30+400 30+400 26+080 26+080 MDR 56
Verka Milk Plant (LHS)
/
Shaheed Bhagat Singh
Museum (RHS)
32+170 27+860 MDR 56 Kariha
34+600 34+600 30+272 30+272 MDR 56 Malpur Adka
38+020 38+020 33+646 33+646 MDR 56 Nawanshahr Outer
45+660 41+057 MDR 56 Langroya
50+150 50+840 45+600 46+300 MDR 56
Road to Dolatpur (LHS)
/
Road to J andla (RHS)
52+880 48+362 MDR 56 Road to Birowal (RHS)
59+300 55+220 MDR 56 Balachor
62+420 24+440 SH 24
Road to Village on RHS
of Canal
64+100 22+763 SH 24
Road to Manaival
(RHS)
66+100 20+745 SH 24
Road to Village on RHS
of Canal
67+800 67+800 19+025 19+025 SH 24
Road to Ratibal (LHS)

74+940 11+885 SH 24
Road to Village Tonsa
(LHS) /
Road to Village on RHS
of Canal
77+280 77+280 9+542 9+542 SH 24 Habitation

4.7.6 U-turns / Median openings

Minimum no. of median opening shall be provided on the Project Road in accordance with Manual
of Specifications and Standards for Four Laning of Highways Through Public Private Partnership
(IRC:SP-84-2009). The list of openings is presented in Table-4.19 below:




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Table 4.19: Proposed Median Openings

Sl No
Proposed
Chainage
Sl
No
Proposed
Chainage
Sl No
Proposed
Chainage
1 3+275 9 33+150 17 63+750
2 5+775 10 36+200 18 66+675
3 8+275 11 43+725 19 69+645
4 11+925 12 47+825 20 69+955
5 15+200 13 50+475 21 72+525
6 15+400 14 53+375 22 74+650
7 21+000 15 57+875 23 76+725
8 23+425 16 61+325
4.7.7 Highway Lighting

Highway lighting shall be provided at Built-up sections of project highway, Toll Plaza Area and
interchanges/flyover/elevated corridor as per “Manual of Specifications and Standards for Four
Laning of Highways Through Public Private Partnership (IRC:SP-84-2009)”.
• All light posts erected on the railings of bridges, structures shall have adequate height such
that a uniform illumination of 40 lux is available.
• All high mast lights in the interchange area shall illuminate the interchange with intensity of
40 lux.
• All entry and exit ramps shall be uniformly illuminated with 40 lux intensity
• All underpasses shall be illuminated with minimum intensity of 30 lux.

A tentative list of location of Highway Lighting is given in Table 4.20; however, actual locations
are to be identified as per actual site condition during execution in consultation with IE/Authority.

Table 4.20 –Location for Highway Lighting

Chainage (km)
Length
(m)
Location
Remarks
(Ref Chainage of SH/MDR)
From To From To SH/MDR
2+203  2+905  702 
Palahi Jn 
VUP 
19+874 20+577 Phagwara Bypass 
3+765  4+625  860 
Hoshiarpur 
Jn Flyover 
21+436 22+294 Phagwara Bypass 
8+990  9+770  780 
Meheli Jn 
VUP 
26+653 5+435 
26+653 at Phagwara 
Bypass / 5+435 at MDR 
56 
13+395  14+205  810  Jasso Majra  9+008  9+846  MDR56 
14+960  15+641  681 
Toll Plaza ‐ 
Behram 
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Chainage (km)
Length
(m)
Location
Remarks
(Ref Chainage of SH/MDR)
From To From To SH/MDR
16+410  17+560  1150  Behram  12+078 13+232 MDR56 
18+895  19+785  890  Malasodiyan 14+569 15+457 MDR56 
21+695  22+555  860  Dahan  17+358 18+216 MDR56 
23+895  24+865  970  Mazari  19+555 20+526 MDR56 
25+080  29+322  4242  Banga  20+741 24+992 MDR56 
31+445  32+980  1535  Kariha  27+131 28+670 MDR56 
34+345  35+170  825 
Malpur 
Adka 
30+020 30+835 MDR56 
38+159  42+405  4246  Nawanshahr  33+784 37+856 MDR56 
44+645  47+130  2485  Langroya  40+038 42+546 MDR56 
48+510  49+300  790  Nai Majri  43+942 44+741 MDR56 
56+300  57+450  1150 
Garhi Jn 
Flyover 
   53+339 MDR56 
58+750  60+400  1650  Balachor  54+658 26+472
56+658 at MDR56/ 
26+472 at SH24 
62+190  63+340  1150  Rakra Bet  24+675 23+522 SH24 
67+440  68+500  1060 
Chahal / 
Kathgarh 
19+387 18+325 SH24 
69+050  69+543  493  Bharthala  17+772 17+286 SH24 
69+543  70+057  514 
Toll Plaza ‐ 
Kathgarh 
17+286 16+774 SH24 
70+500  71+340  840 
Panyali 
Kalan, 
Jamitgarh 
16+331 15+486 SH24 
77+500  80+170  2670  Rail Majra  9+322  6+651  SH24 

4.7.8 Traffic Aid Posts

For regulating the use of Project Highway in accordance with the Applicable Laws and this
Agreement, the Authority shall assist the Concessionaire in procuring police assistance from the
State Police Department. The police assistance shall include setting up of a traffic aid post (the
“Traffic Aid Post”) at each of the Toll Plazas.

Buildings for Traffic Aid Posts

The Concessionaire shall, in accordance with the type designs prescribed for such police outpost
buildings by the State Government or a substitute thereof, construct buildings not exceeding 25
(twenty five) square metres of plinth area, for each of the Traffic Aid Posts, and hand them over to the
Authority no later than 30 (thirty) days prior to the Scheduled Completion Date. The Traffic Aid Posts
shall be deemed to be part of the Site and shall vest in the Authority.





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4.7.9 Highway Patrol

Highway patrol unit(s) manned by at least two persons apart from the driver for every unit shall
continuously patrol the highway in a stretch not exceeding 50 km and shall remain in contact with
the Control Room on a real time basis. The patrol shall render assistance to users in distress and
disabled vehicles through own intervention or by calling from assistance from Control Room, Crane
operators or ambulance as required. The patrol shall promptly clear the road of any obstruction.
Where the obstructions take time to be cleared, the section shall be cordoned off by placing traffic
cones, which shall be illuminated during night. The patrol vehicle shall be large enough for seating
at least four personnel beside the driver and space to carry essential traffic management tolls. It shall
also have a light on its top and a siren on board. It shall be equipped with traffic cones and other
accessories for traffic control which are fully visible during night time.

4.7.10 Medical Aid Posts/Ambulances

For providing emergency medical aid during the Operation Period, as set forth in this Agreement,
the Concessionaire shall assist the State Government or a substitute thereof to be designated by the
Authority in setting up and operating a medical aid post (the “Medical Aid Post”) at each of the Toll
Plazas with round-the-clock ambulance services for victims of accidents on the Project Highway.


Buildings for Medical Aid Posts

The Concessionaire shall, at its cost and in accordance with the type designs prescribed for such
buildings by the State Medical Department (or a substitute thereof to be designated by the
Government), construct an aid post building and hand them over to the Authority, no later than 30
(thirty) days prior to the Scheduled Completion Date. The Medical Aid Post(s) shall be deemed to
be part of the Site and shall vest in the Authority.

4.7.11 Crane(s)

Crane(s) shall be available within an hour of an incident to clear the disabled vehicle off the
carriageway.
All intervention teams comprising patrol, ambulances and cranes shall be in communication with
each other and the Control Room all the time and shall intervene within the stipulated time.

4.7.12 Lighting system

• All light posts erected on the railings of bridges, structures shall have adequate height such that
a uniform illumination of 40 lux is available.
• All high mast lights in the interchange area shall illuminate the interchange with intensity of 40
lux.
• All entry and exit ramp areas shall be uniformly illuminated with 40 lux intensity
• All underpasses shall be illuminated with minimum intensity of 30 lux.
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Chapter 5

IMPROVEMENT PROPOSALS & PRELIMINARY DESIGN (STRUCTURES)

5.1 General

It is proposed to widen existing 2-lane carriageway road to 4-lane divided carriageway
configuration. The service road and extra lanes has been proposed to cater the local traffic as
per requirement. Keeping this scheme in mind, it is proposed to provide a 7.0m carriageway
with 1.5m paved shoulder and concrete crash barrier of 0.5m on either side. In case of major
bridge a foot path of 1.5m is also provided.

On service road locations where existing bridges are not present new 2-lane bridges (for
service road portion) are proposed.

The existing structures on the project road comprise the following:

- Major Bridges
- Minor Bridges
- Slab culvert
- Hume pipe culvert

Inventory of each of these structures are described in Chapter 2.

5.2 Selection of Widening Scheme

As existing structures are already 2-lane, the proposed additional carriageway will be either
adjacent to the old carriageway or on both side of existing bridges.

5.3 General Arrangement of Proposed New Bridges for widening purpose

a) Span Arrangement

In most cases widening is done adjacent to the bridges on the existing alignment
unless the proposed alignment is on a diversion.

The span arrangements of the widened bridges are developed based on that of the
adjacent existing bridge. Abutments and piers are placed in line with the existing ones
so that existing waterway is not obstructed.

The span arrangements of the widened bridges are mostly kept same as those of the
existing bridges except for the cases where clubbing multiple span yields additional
advantage. Increasing spans by omitting piers results in increase in depth of




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superstructure and rise of the formation level of the bridge. The economic analysis
should therefore include the cost of the bridge as well as the cost of raising the
embankment. Generally from maintenance point of view and from riding quality over
the bridge, it is desirable to reduce the number of expansion joints and bearings i.e.
increase in the span length.

The inventory of the existing bridges formed the basis for the development of the
general arrangement of the spans of the bridges.

b) Formation Level

Formation levels of the adjacent existing bridges formed the basis of fixing those of
the proposed new bridges. However, detailed hydrological investigation will have to
be carried out and the vertical clearance above HFL for each of the bridges shall be
checked for adequacy before finalizing the finished formation level of the proposed
new bridges at detailed stage of design.

c) Type of Foundation

Most of the existing Minor Bridges is in open type foundation or on raft foundations.
Pile foundations are not present. It is proposed to have pile/open/raft foundations for
the structures to be widened and reconstructed. The footings shall rest at the same
level as the existing structures for stretches on concentric widening of integrated box
structures. For most of the structures, proposed foundation type may vary from
existing structure type as initial structures were commissioned in year 1966.

5.4 Scheme for Widening of Existing Structures

Road stretch from Phagwara to Nawanshahr has concentric widening. Portion of road along
Bist Doab canal has eccentric widening.

Widening of the existing bridges can be taken up one side at a time, so that flow of traffic can
be maintained without any requirement of diversion road. It is done according to cl 7.3(iv), Fig
7.4 of IRC: SP-84-2009.

For the new bridges lying on stretch along Bist Doab Canal, the bridge width matches that of
the road width. Generally bridges width in rural section is 11.25m and in urban section is
19.25m.

Bridges on stretch with concentric widening, box type structures are proposed. The existing
railing/crash barriers shall be demolished. Detailed proposals are as per drawings. The
methodology of widening of existing bridges will vary from bridge to bridge as per the
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superstructure away from median verge. Such widening will be taken with new foundations,
substructure and superstructure adjacent to the existing ones. This widening will be integrated
with the existing deck by dismantling the existing railing, kerb and some portion of the deck
slab.

5.4.1 Minor Bridges

Twenty two (22) minor bridges exist across various obstacles crossing the project road. These
are essentially irrigation canals, Superpassages and Aqueducts. Structures have RCC
superstructure and brick masonry for abutments and piers. An earlier widening program has
some superstructures in PSC as well.

Where concentric widening has been proposed, the structure forms have been matched to
confirm existing depths and span arrangements.

For road stretches with eccentric widening, proposed widening of the bridges is proposed on
north of existing structures. In superstructures made of RCC box, existing edge of slab is
dismantled partially to expose reinforcement so that it can be lapped with new reinforcement
of the widening portion of the slab where required.

For existing structures over Superpassages, piers are placed at existing pier locations omitting
some thereby changing span arrangement for the location. The choice of superstructure is
based on span length. For spans up to 13.0m, slab type structures have been used. For spans in
range of 16.0m, RCC T-Girder type superstructure is used. For spans from 17.0m onwards,
PSC beam slab type superstructures are proposed. End spans over syphon aqueducts are kept
larger than existing opening size so as not to affect its hydraulic performance.

Minor repair of crack in the RCC deck portion will be carried out with injection grouting or
epoxy concreting depending on the nature and width of crack. Broken and substandard railing
will be reconstructed. Expansion joint shall be cleared with air compressor to remove dirt so
that the bridge can function properly. The pointing works on brick masonry shall be redone.

Annexure 5.1(a, b, c) to this chapter describes the improvement proposal for minor bridges on
main carriageway as well as for Service Road.

5.4.2 Major Bridges

One major bridge exists across Superpassage at km 58+811 exists on the project road. This is
multi-span RCC superstructures with masonry/RCC abutment and piers and wing walls/return
walls of same materials on both sides. RCC T beam slab type and slab type superstructures are
present. The bridge is widened for additional two lane carriageway and the Service Road on
the North of the major bridge location. Overall width of the bridge is 17.4m to match with
cross-section of the flyover in the vicinity of the bridge.




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The structure is in good conditions barring non conformity of crash barriers. No further
changes are proposed except general maintenance of the structure.

The detailed improvement proposal for Major and Minor Bridges are given in Table 1.

5.4.3 Flyovers/ Elevated Roads

Six new flyovers/elevated Corridors have been proposed at various locations on the Project
road. Out of these six, three are flyovers and three are elevated roads. All flyovers/elevated
roads are of four-lane configuration, except the one at km 59+250, which is a two lane flyover
provided on Left Hand Side. PSC BOX-Girder type superstructures are proposed at the
Elevated Roads locations. For Flyovers PSC Box/RCC T girder type superstructures are
proposed. The proposed flyovers/elevated roads shall have dual carriageways of two lanes
each. RE walls are proposed on the ramp portion of the flyovers/elevated roads. The following
span arrangements are adopted for the new proposed flyovers/elevated corridors.

 Flyovers
 3 x 36.0 m Km 4+165 to Km 4+273
 3 x 36.0 m Km 56+786 to Km 56+894
 3 x 20.0 m Km 59+220 to Km 59+280
 Elevated Roads
 91 x 36.0 m Km 25+770 to Km 29+046
 95 x 36.0 m Km 38+410 to Km 41+830
 51 x 36.0 m Km 44+970 to Km 46+806

5.4.4 Vehicular Underpasses (VUP)

Two new Vehicular Underpasses have been proposed on the Project road. The Vehicular
Underpasses shall have RCC Box with clear span length of 12.0m. The clear height of 5.5m
shall be kept under these structures. Reinforced earth walls shall be placed at the ramp
portions.

The proposed locations of various vehicular underpasses and the respective span arrangements
are as follows:

 VUP
 1 x 12.0 m Km 2+560 to Km 2+574
 1 x 12.0 m Km 9+331 to Km 9+345







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5.4.5 Expansion Joints

The following types of expansion joints are observed:

a) Filler type expansion joints are observed in bridges with solid slab superstructures having span
lengths not exceeding 10 meters.

b) Elastomeric Single Strip Seal Expansion Joints has been observed for superstructure having
spans exceeding 10 meter and where movements are up-to 50mm.

The expansion joint assembly (all the types as mentioned above) shall follow the profile of the
crash barrier for the full height and all dirt accumulated in the gaps is to be removed with the
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Table 1 - List of Major &Minor Bridges
Proposed Existing LHS (m) RHS (m)
1 35/1 35+807.77 31+470 V 26 10.09 Canal Minor Bridge Banga - Nawanshahr 2x4.9 2x4.9 13.0
2 45/1 44+452.35 39+844 V 26 20.66 Canal Minor Bridge Nawanshahr - Langroya 3x6.8 3x6.8 14.8
3 49/1 48+013.84 43+441 V 26 27.98 Canal Minor Bridge Langaroya - Garhi 3x9.4 3x9.4 13.3
4 58/2 57+409.85 53+300 I-A 33.00 32.93 Canal Syphon Minor Bridge Garhi - Balachor 7x3.9 13.55
5 59/6 58+668.79 54+573 II 24.00 48.61 Canal Syphon Minor Bridge Garhi - Balachor 3x15.5 13.50
6 59/7 58+811.44 54+721 I 29.50 69.86 Superpassage Major Bridge Garhi - Balachor 13x5.3 12.50
7 63/1 62+132.99 24+731 II 24.00 24.08 Canal Syphon Minor Bridge Balachor - Ropar 4x ? 1x18 13.10
8 64/1 63+046.13 23+814 I-A 33.00 31.39 Canal Syphon Minor Bridge Balachor - Ropar 1x25.6 1x25.6 13.60
9 65/1 64+218.17 22+645 II 24.00 39.32 Superpassage Minor Bridge Balachor - Ropar 6x5 5x7.3 15.00
10 66/2 65+448.68 21+409 II 24.00 41.10 Canal Syphon Minor Bridge Balachor - Ropar 1x30 12.60
11 68/1 67+945.73 18+881 I 29.50 50.75 Superpassage Minor Bridge Balachor - Ropar - 4x11 13.20
12 70/1 69+240.48 17+583 I 29.50 10.83 Canal Syphon Minor Bridge Balachor - Ropar - 1x10.8 15.20
13 71/1 70+601.51 16+231 I-A 33.00 34.83 Superpassage Minor Bridge Balachor - Ropar 5x4.3 10.1+13.7+10.1 15.50
14 72/1 71+150.79 15+676 I to II (T) 29.50 17.63 Canal Syphon Minor Bridge Balachor - Ropar - 1x18 10.35
15 72/2 71+557.31 15+269 II 24.00 40.44 Superpassage Minor Bridge Balachor - Ropar 7*4.3 10+8.2+4.3+8.2+10 15.95
16 73/1 72+323.67 14+505 II 24.00 20.51 Superpassage Minor Bridge Balachor - Ropar 3*4.2 7.6+4.3+7.6 15.33
17 74/1 73+594.87 13+227 II-A 27.50 24.03 Superpassage Minor Bridge Balachor - Ropar 4*4.1 3*8.1 15.23
18 74/2 73+782.76 13+039 II-II-A (T) to II 24.00 17.33 Superpassage Minor Bridge Balachor - Ropar 3*3.6 2*8.5 14.8
19 75/1 74+431.34 12+393 II 24.00 20.43 Superpassage Minor Bridge Balachor - Ropar 3*4.2 3*4.2 15.4
20 77/1 76+234.14 10+588 II 24.00 8.28 canal syphon Minor Bridge Balachor - Ropar 1x5.5 18.9
21 78/1 77+035.98 9+786 II 24.00 26.34 Superpassage Minor Bridge Balachor - Ropar 3*4.5 2*8.9 15.4
22 79/1 78+057.80 8+764 I 29.50 14.52 canal syphon Minor Bridge Balachor - Ropar 15
23 80/2 79+468.92 7+353 I-A 33.00 24.24 Canal Syphon Minor Bridge Balachor - Ropar 1x8.8 20.2
# Missing details to be picked from as built drawings.
* To be verified at site before taking up construction work.
* Foundation proposals may be changed at time of detailed design.
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Cross Section
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(m)
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Proposed Existing
1 35/1 35+807.77 31+470
2 45/1 44+452.35 39+844
3 49/1 48+013.84 43+441
4 58/2 57+409.85 53+300
5 59/6 58+668.79 54+573
6 59/7 58+811.44 54+721
7 63/1 62+132.99 24+731
8 64/1 63+046.13 23+814
9 65/1 64+218.17 22+645
10 66/2 65+448.68 21+409
11 68/1 67+945.73 18+881
12 70/1 69+240.48 17+583
13 71/1 70+601.51 16+231
14 72/1 71+150.79 15+676
15 72/2 71+557.31 15+269
16 73/1 72+323.67 14+505
17 74/1 73+594.87 13+227
18 74/2 73+782.76 13+039
19 75/1 74+431.34 12+393
20 77/1 76+234.14 10+588
21 78/1 77+035.98 9+786
22 79/1 78+057.80 8+764
23 80/2 79+468.92 7+353
# Missing details to be picked from as built drawings.
* To be verified at site before taking up construction work.
* Foundation proposals may be changed at time of detailed design.
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Sl. No
Bridge
Number
Chainage (Km)
Highway widening
LHS
Highway
widening
RHS
Bridge on
LHS
Bridge on
RHS
Span arrangement Type
Total length
of structure
(m)
6.50 6.50 5.75 5.75 2x4.9 RCC Box frame with skew 10.26 Raft
5.60 5.60 4.85 4.85 3x6.8 RCC Box 20.8 Raft
6.35 6.35 5.60 5.60 3x9.4 RCC Box frame with skew 28.91 Raft
32.98 - 32.98 - 7x3.9 RCC box frame structure 27.30 Raft
Structure width includes
width of service road.
Adjoining a flyover at kM
56+839
23.98 - 22.78 - 3x15.5=46.5
Simply supported RCC T-beam
structure
46.50 Open
Existing structure of
Irrigation and flood control
department has been
abandoned.
29.48 - 29.48 - 10.6+15.9*3+10.6
Simply supported RCC T beam
structure
68.90 Open
Structure width includes
width of service road.
Adjoining a flyover Km
59+250
23.98 - 22.78 - 1x18
Simply supported PSC beam slab
composite structure
18.00 Pile
32.98 - 32.98 - 1x25.6
Simply supported PSC beam slab
composite structure
25.60 Pile
Structure width includes
width of service road
23.98 - 22.78 - 2*7.3+7.3+2*7.3
Simply supported RCC solid
structure
36.50 Open
23.98 - 22.78 - 1x30
Simply supported PSC beam slab
composite structure
30.00 Pile
9.50 12.25 9.50 12.25 4x11 RCC slab 20.75 Open
Structure width includes
width of service road
29.98 - 29.98 - 1x10.8
Simply supported RCC slab
structure
10.80 Open
Structure width includes
width of service road
33.48 - 33.48 - 10.1+13.7+10.1
Simply supported RCC T-beam
structure
33.90 Open
Structure width includes
width of service road
29.98 - 28.78 - 1x18
Simply supported PSC beam slab
composite structure
18.00 Pile
23.98 - 22.78 - 3x12.9 RCC T beam 38.72 Open
23.98 - 22.78 - 18
Simply supported PSC beam slab
composite structure
18.05 Pile
27.48 - 26.28 - 3*8.1 Slab on pier / abutment 24.32 Open
23.98 - 22.78 - 18
Simply supported PSC beam slab
composite structure
18.05 Pile
23.98 - 22.78 - 13 RCC slab 13.00 Open
23.98 - 22.78 - 1*5.5 RCC Box 5.50 Raft
23.98 - 22.78 - 2*18 at 51D skew
Simply supported PSC beam slab
composite structure
36.05 Pile Skew angle of 51 degrees
29.48 - 29.48 - 1x10.7 Slab on pier / abutment 10.70 Open
Structure width includes
width of service road
32.98 - 32.98 - 1*8.8 Slab on pier / abutment 8.80 Open
Structure width includes
width of service road
Proposed
foundation
details
Remarks
Proposed structure widenning
1
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CHAPTER 6

COST ESTIMATE
6.1 General

The project cost estimates have been prepared considering the various items of works associated with
identified improvements so as to assess financial and economic costs for evaluating viability of the
project.

6.2 Methodology

All broad work items have been identified. Unit rates of different work items have been derived on the
basis of available Schedule of Rates (SOR) of PWD (B&R), Govt. of Punjab and experience of the
consultant in similar nature of projects.

The project costs have been estimated for design improvements for various homogeneous sections.

Quantities of different work items have been worked out considering the typical cross sections,
proposed improvement, road alignment and widening proposals as recommended.

6.3 Estimation of Quantities and Project Cost

The quantities of the following major items of work were considered for cost estimation:

• Preparatory Works
• Road Earth Work
• Pavement Work
• Structures and CD Works
• Road Appurtenances
• Drainage and Protective measures

Cost estimation has been done based on the broad concept widening and reconstruction scheme adopted
for the existing pavement at this stage.

The quantities have been computed for proposed pavement components, shoulder, and related items
separately.

The cost provision for widening, reconstruction and construction of new bridges, culverts etc. have
been included under the appropriate items of works.

Project Base Cost - Rs 1181.00 Crores

The project cost estimate is presented in Table 6.1




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Item
Sr No
Description Unit
Total
Quantity
Rate (Rs.) Cost (Rs.)
1
Clearing and Grubbing Road Land : Clearing and grubbing road land including
uprooting rank vegetation, grass, bushes, shrubs, saplings and trees girth up to
300 mm, removal of stumps of trees cut earlier and disposal of unserviceable
materials and stacking of serviceable material to be used or auctioned, up to a
lead of 1000 metres including removal and disposal of top organic soil not
exceeding 150 mm in thickness.
(a) In area of Light jungle (By Mechanical Means)
Hect.

200.36

49,142.00 9,845,972.15
2
Dismantling of flexible pavements and disposal of dismantled materials up to a
lead of 1000 metres, stacking serviceable and unserviceable materials
separately.
(A) Bituminious Course
cum

27,497.87

208.00 5,719,557.79
3
Excavation in Soil with Dozer with lead upto 100 metres: Excavation for road
way in soil by mechanical means including cutting and pushing the earth to site
of embankment upto a distance of 100 metres (average lead50 metres),
including trimming bottom and side slopes in accordance with requirements of
lines, grades and cross sections.
Cum

940,000.00

164.00 154,160,000.00
4
Embankment Construction with Flyash/Pond ash available from coal or lignite
burning Thermal Plants as waste material - Construction of embankment with
Flyash conforming to table 1 of IRC: SP: 58 - 2001 obtained from coal or
lignite burning thermal power stations as waste material, spread and compacted
in layer of 200mm thickness each at OMC, all as specified in IRC: SP: 58-
2001 and as per approved plans. Cum

265,000.00

316.00 83,740,000.00




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Total
Quantity
Rate (Rs.) Cost (Rs.)
5
Construction of embankment with approved material obtained from borrow
pits with all lifts and leads, transporting to site, spreading, grading to required
slope and compacting to meet requirement of table 300-2
Cum

406,044.74

268.00 108,819,990.32
6
Construction of embankment with approved materials deposited at site from
roadway cutting and excavation from drain and foundation of other structures
graded and compacted to meet requirement of table 300-2)
Cum

660,000.00

102.00 67,320,000.00
7
Construction of unlined surface drains of average cross sectional area 0.40 sqm
in soil to specified lines, grades, levels and dimensions to the requirement of
clause 301 and 309. Excavated material to be used in embankment within a
lead of 50 metres (average lead 25 metres)
m

83,337.00

62.00 5,166,894.00
8
Construction of sub-grade and earthen shoulders with approved material
obtained from borrow pits with all lifts & leads, transporting to site, spreading,
grading to required slope and compacted to meet requirement of table No. 300-
2 Cum

770,625.61

312.00 240,435,191.52
9
Construction of Median and Island above road level with approved material
deposited at site from roadway cutting and excavation for drain and foundation
of other structures, spread, graded and compacted as per clause 407
Cum

104,266.74

143.00 14,910,143.68
10
Construction of granular sub-base by providing close graded Material, mixing
in a mechanical mix plant at OMC, carriage of mixed Material to work site,
spreading in uniform layers with motor grader on prepared surface and
compacting with vibratory power roller to achieve the desired density,
complete as per clause 401
Cum

253,556.53

1,721.00 436,370,783.48




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Quantity
Rate (Rs.) Cost (Rs.)
11
Providing, laying, spreading and compacting graded stone aggregate to wet
mix macadam specification including premixing the Material with water at
OMC in mechanical mix plant carriage of mixed Material by tipper to site,
laying in uniform layers with paver in sub- base / base course on well prepared
surface and compacting with vibratory roller to achieve the desired density.
Cum

257,717.74

1,856.00 478,324,132.40
12
Providing and applying primer coat with bitumen emulsion on prepared
surface of granular Base including clearing of road surface and spraying primer
at the rate of 0.60 kg/sqm using mechanical means.
Sqm

1,307,529.54

27.00 35,303,297.45
13
Providing and applying tack coat with bitumen emulsion using emulsion
pressure distributor at the rate of 0.20 kg per sqm on the prepared
bituminous/granular surface cleaned with mechanical broom.
Sqm

3,551,529.44

10.00 35,515,294.35
14
Providing and laying dense bituminous macadam with 100-120 TPH batch
type HMP producing an average output of 75 tonnes per hour using crushed
aggregates of specified grading, premixed with bituminous binder @ 4.0 to
4.5% by weight of total mix of mix and filler, transporting the hot mix to work
site, laying with a hydrostatic paver finisher with sensor control to the required
grade, level and alignment, rolling with smooth wheeled, vibratory and tandem
rollers to achieve the desired compaction as per MoRTH specification clause
No. 507 complete in all respects. Cum

112,329.22

8,310.00 933,455,782.05




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Quantity
Rate (Rs.) Cost (Rs.)
15
Providing and laying bituminous concrete with 100-120 TPH batch type hot
mix plant producing an average output of 75 tonnes per hour using crushed
aggregates of specified grading, premixed with bituminous binder @ 5.4 to 5.6
% of mix and filler, transporting the hot mix to work site, laying with a
hydrostatic paver finisher with sensor control to the required grade, level and
alignment, rolling with smooth wheeled, vibratory and tandem rollers to
achieve the desired compaction as per MORTH specification clause No. 509
complete in all respects Cum

47,041.44

9,454.00 444,729,811.58
16
Providing and laying semi dense bituminous concrete with 100-120 TPH batch
type HMP producing an average output of 75 tonnes per hour using crushed
aggregates of specified grading, premixed with bituminous binder @ 4.5 to 5
% of mix and filler, transporting the hot mix to work site, laying with a
hydrostatic paver finisher with sensor control to the required grade, level and
alignment, rolling with smooth wheeled, vibratory and tandem rollers to
achieve the desired compaction as per MoRTH specification clause No. 508
complete in all respects
Cum

7,680.46

8,648.00 66,420,585.65
17a
Covered Drain 1.5m width
M

37,053.00

12,104.00 448,489,512.00
17b
Covered Drain 2.0m width
M

13,960.00

13,692.00 191,140,320.00
18
Construction of cement concrete kerb with channel with top and bottom width
115 and 165 mm respectively, 250 mm high in M 20 grade PCC on M10 grade
foundation 150 mm thick, kerb channel 300 mm wide, 50 mm thick in
PCCM20 grade, sloped towards the kerb, kerb stone with channel laid with
kerb laying machine, foundation concrete laid manually, all complete as per
clause 408 M

265,384.00

475.00 126,057,400.00




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Total
Quantity
Rate (Rs.) Cost (Rs.)
19
Reinforced cement concrete M15 grade boundary pillars of standard design as
per IRC:25-1967, fixed in position including finishing and lettering but
excluding painting No.

3,384.00

579.00 1,959,336.00
20a 5th kilometre stone (precast)
No.

34.00

2,992.00 101,728.00
20b Ordinary Kilometre Stone (Precast)
No.

128.00

1,834.00 234,752.00
20c Hectometre Stone (Precast)
No.

646.00

511.00 330,106.00
21
Road Furnitures (Traffic Sign, road marking, crash barrier etc.)
123,363,720.00
22
Cost on Extension of Culverts
60,000,000.00
23 Cost of Structures

23a Vehicular Underpass (4-lane) at Km 2+564 (Palahi J n)
113,007,413.75
23b Flyover (4-lane) at Km 4+219 (Hoshiarpur J n)
188,374,312.45
23c Vehicular Underpass (4-lane) at Km 9+338 (Meheli J n)
111,781,035.39
23d
Elevated Corridor (4-lane) at BANGA
1,914,419,223.62
23e
Elevated Corridor (4-lane) with integrated ROB cum RUB at
NAWANSHAHR

2,421,826,923.64
23f Elevated Corridor (4-lane) at LANGROYA
1,112,696,196.21
23g
Flyover (4-lane) at Km 56+839 (Garhi Bypass)
258,382,774.86
23h Flyover (2-lane) at Km 59+250 (Balachor)
131,152,737.63
23i Cost of Bridges
360,332,555.99
24 Electrical Lighting

24a Cost Estimates for Electrical Lighting at Structure Location
140,790,021.00




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Total
Quantity
Rate (Rs.) Cost (Rs.)
24b
Cost Estimate for Street Lighting and LT Distribution
86,054,878.00
25
Toll Plazas

25a
Behram Toll Plaza No
1.00

151,654,526 151,654,525.64
25b
Kathgarh Toll Plaza No
1.00

163,596,741 163,596,740.59
26
Truck Lay Bye (2 Nos) No
2.00

9,298,943 18,597,885.72


Total = 11,244,581,535
27
Other unforseen items, contingency, traffic diversion during construction etc.
@ 5%



562,229,077
GRAND TOTAL
11,806,810,612
say 1181 Crores

6.4 Implementation Schedule

It is estimated that it will take 30 months for the construction of the project. The project implementation can commence by J anuary 2014 and complete by 2016.