KSHIPKarnataka State Highways Improvement Project (India)
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The consultant shall be assisting KSHIP PIU in monitoring and preparing various status and
The agreements for the Second Karnataka State Highway Improvement Project (KSHIP II) were signed by Venu Rajamony, Joint Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, on behalf of the Government of India; Dr Subhash Chandra Khuntia, Principal Secretary, Public Works, Ports and Inland Water Transport Department, on behalf of the Karnataka Government; and Mr.
The Second Karnataka State Highway Improvement Project (KSHIP II) will help upgrade 1,231 km of roads into two-lane highways designed to facilitate better movement of people and goods; support the Government of Karnataka diversify its financing base by leveraging this loan to attract private sector funds through the PPP mode and through co-financing with domestic banks and financial institutions; and improve road safety design, management and enforcement to reduce road fatalities and major injuries, consistent with the main thrust of the 2007 Sundar Committee report.
While imposing a ban on vehicle movement on this stretch, the SC had asked KSHIP to develop an alternative road a" from Dammanakatte to Udbur Cross a" outside the park boundary to protect wildlife.
However, the KSHIP hasn't developed the alternative route and has instead approached the Karnataka government and the special panel seeking permission to reopen the road.
Based on these studies, KSHIP identified nine key road corridors, portions of which will be taken up for upgrading through ADB's financial assistance, using appropriate PPP frameworks.
In addition, Karnataka State Highways Improvement Project (KSHIP) was established as a project implementation unit (PIU) to undertake multilaterally financed projects.
Tenders are invited for Shifting of existing water supply pipelines in KSHIP road at Shikaripura under deposit contribution works of KSHIP