Stretch 1: Palanpur/Khemana - Abu Road Project: a 45 kms section of NH 27 between Gujarat and Rajashtan.
The project stretch starts at Palanpur in the State of Gujarat and ends at Abu Road in the State of Rajasthan. The project road starts from Palanpur connecting villages such as Chitrasani, Jaspuriya, Khemana and Amirgarh and ends at Abu Road. Palanpur is one of the largest cities in Banaskantha district in Gujarat. Abu Road is a city and municipality in Sirohi district of Rjasthan state in western India. Palanpur is an ancient city in the State of Gujarat. Though it became the seat of the British later, it was initially founded by Prahladan, who was a Rajput. Known by the name Prahladanpur, the city has many places of historical significance and is a delight to the tourists visiting the city. Palanpur also has many temples dedicated to Hinduism and Jainism. Palanpur is also popular for diamonds. The diamond industry has developed in the last 40 years. Owing to the flourishing diamond trade, Palanpur is also known as the city of diamonds. Mount Abu is full of minerals therefore industries in the area primarily produce cement, synthetics, yarn and high tension insulators and the region has been developing rapidly.
Stretch 2: Abu Road - Swaroopganj Project a 31.0 kms section of NH 27 in the state of Rajasthan
The project stretch mostly falls in the state of Rajasthan. It is one of main highway corridors connecting Gujarat with an important tourist destination of Mount Abu. Abu Road is a town in Abu Road Tehsil in the Sirohi District of Rajasthan State, India. Mount Abu town, the only hill station in Rajasthan, is home to several Hindu temples, including the Adhar Devi Temple. As a tourist destination, Mount Abu generates significant passenger traffic for the Abu Road - Swaroopganj Toll Road. The project site starts at Swaroopganj and ends at Abu Road covering a length of 31 km. The project offers the shortest travel distance between Swaroopganj and Abu Road.
Stretch 3: Chittorgarh - Kota & Chittorgarh Bypass Project: a 160.5 kms section of NH 27 in the state of Rajashtan
The project stretch mostly falls in the state of Rajasthan. It is one of the main highway corridors connecting Chittorgarh, Udaipur with the important destination of Kota, about 10 km short of Chambal River Hanging Bridge. The project road starts from Chittorgarh road connecting villages Seerdi, Bassi, Parsoli and Salawatiya and ends at Kora and Chittorgarh bypass. Chittorgarh also called Chittaur, was the capital of Mewar under the Rajputs. Chittaur evokes memories of heroism and sacrifice by Rajput men and women. The Chittaur Fort is also a very famous fort in Rajasthan. Standing on a 180-metre-high hill, the fort covers an area of 700 acres. Some of the popular attractions in Kota include Chambal garden, Seven Wonders Park, Kota Zoological Park and Jag Mandir amongst others. Rajasthan is the second largest producer of cement among other Indian states. The project road offers a transportation route to major mineral resources and promotes significant passenger traffic.
Stretch 4: Kothakota Bypass - Kurnool Highway Project: a 74.6 kms section of NH 44 in the state Telangana
The project road starts from Kothakota Bypass and ends at Kurnool connecting villages Mummalapally, Rangarpur, Kodandapur and ends at Kurnool. Kurnool is the fifth most populous city in Telangana. The area around Kurnool and Kothakota is rich in mineral resources including iron ore, dolomite, limestone, ochre, quartz steatite and silica. The road would be expected to serve a region with great potential for mineral wealth which has recently been given a package of economic benefits to kickstart industry in the region. Furthermore, connected to Hyderabad, Kurnool offers a wealth of unique historical sites for tourism including a fort built by the Vijaynagar Kings and have Arabic and Persian inscriptions from the medieval era and temples such as Peta Anjanyeswami temple, Nagareswarswami temple, the temple of Venugopalaswami and the Shirdi Sai Baba Temple.
Stretch 5: Maharastra/Karnataka Border - Belgaum Project: a 78 km section of NH 4
The four-lane project road starts just south of Kagal in Karnataka on NH 48 (at KM 592+240) with a total length of 78 km and ends at Belgaum (KM 515+000). The project road has two toll plazas at Kognoli (Km 591+240) and Hattargi (KM 537.770). At a more strategic level, the project is part of NH 48, which connects Delhi in the north to Chennai in the south covering seven states. Regionally, it also connects the cities of Mumbai in the west to Bangalore/Chennai in the south. The project road forms a part of the Golden Quadrilateral connecting the four older metropolitan cities in India (Delhi-Mumbai-Chennai- Kolkata). The project road also serves short distance traffic between the towns and cities of Kolhapur, Belgaum, Hubli, Belur and Dharwad.