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    Originally posted by nirmal39 View Post
    Brother, looks like your km reading is not accurate. Earlier you all were saying Kundli is 50kms from Connaught place, then agreed that Kundli is 30.3 kms. Again, you are saying KMP is 110 kms.

    Airport will be 65 kms from kundli and out of those 53 kms will be kmp expressway and 12 kms will be internal roads. I have shared that route in other thread, will be happy to share the route again.

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      Rajesh Bhai, I am posting this map here for your acute concerns about KUndli to Gurgaon distance. As you are an intelligent person, you must be knowing that total length of Kmp expressway is 135 Kms and MAnesar to KUndli stretch is 53kms. So, in simple words, Kundli to MAnesar distance is 135-53 = 82 Kms.

      We do not need to go to MAnesar to go to airport but instead can take a cut from Badhsa where there is an intersection and has a major road that leads to airport. Badhwa to MAnesar is roughly 30 Kms, so distance from Kundli to Badhsa comes down to 50kms. And add another 12-13kms for internal road driving to airport from Badhsa.

      So, total distance gets down to 65kms which can be travelled in less than an hour, since it is mainly expressway driving (50kms) and expressway is allowed maximum speed limit of 120kms/hour.

      I am sure you would apply common sense of driving 65kms than 115kms, else it is your choice if you prefer longer drives.

      http://www.mapsofindia.com/maps/delh...essway-map.jpg
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        This is the statement by DS construction the builder of KMP in may 2008.Just read the statement and compare with the development done by the builder after this.u will observe there is absolutely no progress done after this statement.



        BOT projects should get world bank-aided project status'




        — H.S. Kohli, Chairman, KMP Expressways Ltd

        KMP Expressway Ltd is developing the 136-km Kundali-Manesar-Palwal expressway in Haryana, which is amongst India's longest toll expressway. H.S. Kohli speaks to Venugopal Pillai on challenges faced by infrastructure developers.

        As a leading private infrastructure developer, what would be your most important recommendations to government agencies to expedite large roadway projects?
        The government does realize the importance of timely completion of large infrastructure projects. Hence, to facilitate timely completion of such projects, the Planning Commission has released a new model concession agreement. However, the issue of utmost importance is complete handing over of encumbrance free site for the project. Just as developers face penalty for delay in execution, a rational approach should be devised which can compensate the developer in case project is hindered due to delay in handing over of the site.
        Secondly, large infrastructure projects should be seen as means to increase the gross productivity of the country and they should be given special incentives in terms of cheaper loans from financial institutions.
        Also, BOT project should be given the same status as World Bank-aided project where excise exemption is available. This will decrease the cost of the project and consequently will lead to lesser concession periods thus directly benefiting the end user.
        Recent guidelines have made R&R compulsory before land acquisition starts for state-level road projects. What is your reaction?
        We are of the view that development activities are ultimately in national interest. However, if rehabilitation and resettlement activity has to be undertaken during the construction phase then it should take into consideration the interests of all the parties involved. The new R&R guidelines are a welcome step towards achieving this.
        But, we have to be cautions and ensure that R&R issues do not become the stumbling block for the development. For instance, China has effectively undertaken large scale resettlement for the execution of Three Gorges Dam project. Hence, we should constantly try to seek a balance between development and covenant RR activities.
        Talking about the KMP Expressway, what socio-economic impact do you see for Haryana?
        KMP will help in spatial integration of urban centers in the Haryana sub-region of National Capital Region and thus provide smooth and quick transportation of surplus food grains, milk products, fruits, and vegetables from the states of Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir to other parts of the country.
        Government of Haryana has already declared area around KMP as growth corridor and large scale industrial and township development is planned along the expressway. All the major SEZs approved for Haryana are coming along KMP. Furthermore, the existing industries like Maruti Udyog, etc. are also planning development along the expressway. This expressway will open up new areas adjoining Delhi borders as future corridors of development. For the lesser developed southern districts of Haryana this expressway will be instrumental in opening new avenues of growth.
        What is the status of land acquisition for the 136-km expressway?
        The total land required for the project is 3,300 acres and almost complete land has been handed over to us. Only a few small pockets of land meant for toll plazas and interchanges with national highways is yet to be handed over, besides which the complete land is available. Even the work on transfer of remaining land is in process and we expect these small pockets to be handed over to us soon.
        What is the status on the earthwork along the alignment?
        We have already initiated earthwork on more than 120 km stretch. As on date close to 48 km of sub-grade top is ready and we are in a position to enter the wet mix macadam (WMM) phase.
        What about the auxiliary structures on the expressway?
        If all small and big structures are taken into consideration, then there are close to 500 structures along the Expressway. These structures include cross drainage works like pipe culverts and box culverts, agriculture vehicle underpass, pedestrian crossing, cattle crossing and single span under pass. Further we will have close to 60 bigger structures like irrigation structures, railway over bridge, multi span under pass, over pass and grade separators. Work on most of these structures has started and foundation work on nine structures has already been completed. We have already completed more than 100 piles.
        When will the biggest phase of bituminous work start?
        Theoretically we can start bituminous work in certain sections immediately. However, for a project of 135.65 km it is not feasible to take up bituminous work in bits and pieces. We are working as per our project plan and will take up the bituminous work that will synchronise with the completion of structures/ approaches roads from the existing roads.
        What major activities are currently under way on the project?
        Work on the highway section and structures are in progress. In highway section the usual work like earthwork, GSB laying and WMM is under way. For the structures, piling work, well foundation, erection of casting yard, etc are in progress.
        Out of the total project cost of Rs 1,915 crore, how much expenditure has been incurred so far? Do you foresee cost overruns?
        We have already spent more than to 25 per cent of the total project cost. The expenditure on the project will significantly increase once bituminous work starts. Our vast experience in building over


        [May 19-25, 2008]

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                केएमपी (कुंडली-मानेसर-पलवल) एक्सपे्रस वे की डेडलाइन सातवीं बार पार होने पर सरकार ने सख्त रुख अपना लिया है। निर्माण करने वाली कंपनी को इसे हर हाल में दिसंबर 2012 तक पूरा करने के निर्देश दे दिए गए हैं। कंपनी को मानेसर और पलवल स्ट्रैच भी इसी माह शुरू करना होगा। एचएसआईआईडीसी ने ऐसा न करने पर निर्माण करने वाली कंपनी पर पेनल्टी लगाने की सिफारिश की है।

                एचएसआईआईडीसी (हरियाणा इंडस्ट्रियल एंड इंफ्रास्ट्रक्चर डिवेलपमेंट कॉरपोरेशन) के एमडी राजीव अरोड़ा ने कुछ दिनों पहले केएमपी का दौरा किया था। इसके बाद ही प्रोजक्ट को लेकर यह निर्देश कंपनी को दिए गए हैं। एचएसआईआईडीसी ने सिफारिश की है कि यदि प्रोजक्ट इससे अधिक लेट होता है तो कंपनी पर टोटल प्रोजेक्ट कॉस्ट का 0.01 प्रतिशत प्रति सप्ताह फाइन लगाया जाए। या कंपनी पर अग्रीमेंट के अनुसार फाइन लगे।

                सूत्रों के अनुसार इस प्रोजक्ट की कुल लागत 1200 करोड़ थी। लेकिन निर्माण करने वाली कंपनी इस पर काफी अधिक खर्च कर चुकी है। इतना ही नहीं हरियाणा सरकार के एक ताजा सर्वे में केएमपी का काम अभी सिर्फ एक तिहाई तक पूरा हुआ है। कंपनी ने अभी तक सिर्फ 65.66 प्रतिशत प्रोग्रेस की है। यह स्टेटस 31 जनवरी 2012 तक बताया जा रहा है। इस प्रोजक्ट का निर्माण जुलाई 2006 में शुरू हुआ था और इसे जुलाई 2009 में पूरा होना था। एसएचआईआईडीसी के एक वरिष्ठ अधिकारी के अनुसार इस प्रोजक्ट की डिले रिपोर्ट को मिनिस्ट्री ऑफ रोड ट्रांसपोर्ट एंड हाइवे, मॉनिटरिंग कमिटी और हाइवे अथॉरिटी के नोटिस में लाने की तैयारियां की जा रही है।


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                हरियाणा के पीडब्ल्यूडी मिनिस्टर रणदीप सिंह सुरजेवाला ने एक महीने पहले घोषणा की थी कि इस एक्सप्रेस - वे का निर्माण कार्य 31 मार्च तक पलवल - मानेसर के बीच पूरा करा लिया जाए और अपै्रल से इसे यातायात के लिए खोल दिया जाएगा , लेकिन अभी तक एक्सप्रेस वे का निर्माण कार्य पूरा नहीं हो पाया है। 21 दिसंबर 2010 को हरियाणा के मुख्यमंत्री भूपेंद्र सिंह हुड्डा ने निरीक्षण किया था। तब निर्माण कंपनी ने मार्च 2011 तक काम पूरा करने की घोषणा की थी।

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                    Haryana will have Orbital Rail Corridor

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                    Chandigarh May 1 – The Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Global Corridor (KMP) in Haryana will have Orbital Rail Corridor and twelve specialized hubs including World Trade, Fashion, Entertainment, Leisure and Dry Port.
                    The Development Plan of the KMP Global Corridor was approved in the meeting of the State Level Committee which was chaired by Haryana Chief Minister Mr. Bhupinder Singh Hooda here today. The KMP Corridor passes through districts of Palwal, Faridabad, Mewat, Gurgaon, Rohtak, Jhajjar and Sonipat of the state.
                    The Committee approved that Orbital Rail Corridor would be set up along the KMP Expressway in National Capital Region. Twelve specialized hubs including World Trade Hub, Fashion Hub, Entertainment Hub, Leather Hub, Leisure Hub, Education Hub, Cyber Hub, Sports Hub, Medi Hub, Bio-Science Hub and Dry Port Hub would be developed along the KMP Expressway.


                    The width of the Expressway Amenities Zone would be one kilometer and the remaining area would be kept as agriculture zone. As per the Plan approved, the Right of Way (ROW) of Expressway would be 100 meters with green belt of 100 meters on either sides and 50 meter wide orbital rail corridor on Delhi side.


                    The Committee approved that the Entertainment Hub, World Trade Hub and Fashion Hub would be set up in district Gurgaon. The Entertainment Hub would be a technological cutting edge entertainment sector set up over an area of 140 hectares. It would have hotels, motels, restaurants, shopping malls, multiplexes, concerts, music halls, night clubs and show theaters along with rapid transit facilities.
                    The World Trade Hub would be a financial hub with soft trading. It would have facilities to promote business and trade in global sense. 41 per cent of the area in World Trade Hub would be used for the economic functions.

                    The Fashion Hub would be set up over an area of 220 hectares. It would have Centers for fashion shows and conventions, areas for highly specialized advertising having corporate ambience, Center for vocation and training to promote cottage industries and arts. 50.5 per cent of the total area in the Fashion Hub has been earmarked for economic functions.

                    The Leisure Hub would be set up over an area of 750 hectares with facilities like arts and cultural centre, racing track, Formula 1 track, Race Course, Golf Course, Spa and Resorts, Aquarium, Fun Parks and Adventure Sports Centre, Video and Gaming Parlors, Conference and Convention Center. It would have the provisions for Natural Heritage and History Museum, Art Gallery, Fine Arts Centre, Amusement Centre, Robotics and Creative Park, Water Parks, Circus, Zoo and Theme Parks.

                    Education Hub would be set up in Sonipat region. It would have high quality academic and Research and Development Institutions which would have networking with science parks. Large anchor companies and service companies would also be part of the hub. It would be set up over an area of 2320 hectares.



                    The Cyber Hub would be adjacent to Education Hub. It would be a world class IT network consisting of a high tech back bone. It would have IT training, education facility, libraries and communication centers of international standard. It would be set over an area of 223 hectare. There would be two sports hubs in the KMP Global Corridor. The first would be set up over an area of 247 hectares in the second phase of Education City, while the second sports hub would be over an area of 288 hectares on Sohna-Alwar road along the KMP. The sports hub would further boost the sports activity within the State as well as the National Capital Region. The Medi Hub would be set up in district Jhajjar over an area of 375 hectare. It would be one stop destination for all medical treatments and research facilities. It would have Diagnostics and R&D Centre, Specialized Hospitals, Clinical Research Centre and Medical Institution. The Bio-Science Hub would be adjacent to the Medi Hub and would be set up over an area of 1070 hectares. It would be a specialized hub with advanced research technologies in pharma and bio-research. It would have facilities to promote research and funding new institutions for future technologies. The Leather Hub would be set up over an area of 280 hectares near Nuh in Mewat district on the Gurgaon-Alwar Road. The Centre for vocation and training to promote leather industries would be part of the hub. This hub would help in providing a solid base for the development of backward area in Mewat. The Dry Port Hub would be set up near Prithla in Palwal. It would be transportation node with high connectivity to major ports and trade hubs. It would have custom clearance, short time storages, transport and booking offices, banks and ATMs. Water Rechargeable Zone and Forest and Lake Conservation Zone had also been provided in the development plan. The Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Chattar Singh, Deputy Principal Secretary Mr. R.S Doon, Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Town and Country Planning Mr. S.S. Dhillon, and Financial Commissioners and Principal Secretaries of various departments were also present in the meeting.

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                      Haryana will have Orbital Rail Corridor




                      Chandigarh May 1 The Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Global Corridor (KMP) in Haryana will have Orbital Rail Corridor and twelve specialized hubs including World Trade, Fashion, Entertainment, Leisure and Dry Port.

                      The Development Plan of the KMP Global Corridor was approved in the meeting of the State Level Committee which was chaired by Haryana Chief Minister Mr. Bhupinder Singh Hooda here today. The KMP Corridor passes through districts of Palwal, Faridabad, Mewat, Gurgaon, Rohtak, Jhajjar and Sonipat of the state.

                      The Committee approved that Orbital Rail Corridor would be set up along the KMP Expressway in National Capital Region. Twelve specialized hubs including World Trade Hub, Fashion Hub, Entertainment Hub, Leather Hub, Leisure Hub, Education Hub, Cyber Hub, Sports Hub, Medi Hub, Bio-Science Hub and Dry Port Hub would be developed along the KMP Expressway.


                      The width of the Expressway Amenities Zone would be one kilometer and the remaining area would be kept as agriculture zone. As per the Plan approved, the Right of Way (ROW) of Expressway would be 100 meters with green belt of 100 meters on either sides and 50 meter wide orbital rail corridor on Delhi side.


                      The Committee approved that the Entertainment Hub, World Trade Hub and Fashion Hub would be set up in district Gurgaon. The Entertainment Hub would be a technological cutting edge entertainment sector set up over an area of 140 hectares. It would have hotels, motels, restaurants, shopping malls, multiplexes, concerts, music halls, night clubs and show theaters along with rapid transit facilities.
                      The World Trade Hub would be a financial hub with soft trading. It would have facilities to promote business and trade in global sense. 41 per cent of the area in World Trade Hub would be used for the economic functions.

                      The Fashion Hub would be set up over an area of 220 hectares. It would have Centers for fashion shows and conventions, areas for highly specialized advertising having corporate ambience, Center for vocation and training to promote cottage industries and arts. 50.5 per cent of the total area in the Fashion Hub has been earmarked for economic functions.

                      The Leisure Hub would be set up over an area of 750 hectares with facilities like arts and cultural centre, racing track, Formula 1 track, Race Course, Golf Course, Spa and Resorts, Aquarium, Fun Parks and Adventure Sports Centre, Video and Gaming Parlors, Conference and Convention Center. It would have the provisions for Natural Heritage and History Museum, Art Gallery, Fine Arts Centre, Amusement Centre, Robotics and Creative Park, Water Parks, Circus, Zoo and Theme Parks.

                      Education Hub would be set up in Sonipat region. It would have high quality academic and Research and Development Institutions which would have networking with science parks. Large anchor companies and service companies would also be part of the hub. It would be set up over an area of 2320 hectares.



                      The Cyber Hub would be adjacent to Education Hub. It would be a world class IT network consisting of a high tech back bone. It would have IT training, education facility, libraries and communication centers of international standard. It would be set over an area of 223 hectare. There would be two sports hubs in the KMP Global Corridor. The first would be set up over an area of 247 hectares in the second phase of Education City, while the second sports hub would be over an area of 288 hectares on Sohna-Alwar road along the KMP. The sports hub would further boost the sports activity within the State as well as the National Capital Region funding new institutions for future technologies.

                      The Leather Hub would be set up over an area of 280 hectares near Nuh in Mewat district on the Gurgaon-Alwar Road. The Centre for vocation and training to promote leather industries would be part of the hub. This hub would help in providing a solid base for the development of backward area in Mewat. The Dry Port Hub would be set up near Prithla in Palwal. It would be transportation node with high connectivity to major ports and trade hubs. It would have custom clearance, short time storages, transport and booking offices, banks and ATMs. Water Rechargeable Zone and Forest and Lake Conservation Zone had also been provided in the development plan. The Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Chattar Singh, Deputy Principal Secretary Mr. R.S Doon, Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Town and Country Planning Mr. S.S. Dhillon, and Financial Commissioners and Principal Secretaries of various departments were also present in the meeting.

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