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Aurangabad
Transport
Aurangabad
10. Transport
Vision
Key Objectives
A. Development of Roadway: Objective is to create an efficient road transport system that would form the
lifeline of the economy.
Establishing complete network of roads covering the entire district including all the villages, inter state
connectivity and highways; This would entail augmentation, Rehabilitation and development of :
State Highway networks
Four laning of State Highway having high traffic density through PPP
Development of Major District Roads (MDR) networks
Construction of Ring road around Aurangabad city
Eight laning of State Highway connecting to Delhi-Mumbai Industrial corridor
To connect Taluka Headquarters with District Headquarter with at least Two lane roads
To improve Road Safety measures
Strengthening of existing roads
Connecting all villages with Tar roads
B. Development of Railways: The key objectives in railways would be :
Implementation of Double Track between Manmad-Aurangabad section
Electrification of Railway track
To develop Suburban Railway station at Mukundwadi
International standards of Public Amenities at Aurangabad Railway station
New Railway Line connecting Solapur Beed Paithan Aurangabad Ellora Ajanta Jalgaon
C. Development of Airways : In view of the increased Air traffic , both domestic and international, as well as to
position Aurangabad as a premier Industrial / Tourist Destination in the State, following Objectives have been set
as below:
To develop Aurangabad Airport with international facilities
To construct Helipads / Heliports at Taluka level
Introduce the Flights connecting Aurangabad with major destinations in the country
To augment and upgrade transport network with a view to ensure fastest connectivity with safety.
A. Roadways
Status of road network in the district and proposed coverage are presented here under:
Aurangabad District having area of 10107 Sq km has a road length of 0.798 Km per Sq km and 1292 villages are
connected by roads out of total 1300 villages within the district.
Indicators for Development Objectives
The total road length in the Marathwada region i.e. in Aurangabad, Jalna, Nanded, Parbhani, Hingoli, Beed,
Osmanabad and Latur district category wise are given in table below.
Comparative Analysis: Road Lengths in KM Surrounding Districts
It may be observed Aurangabad districts road coverage of 0.798 km per Sq km is less than coverage of other
districts in the region.
Sr No Indicators Present Status Future Projection
Sr. District NH MSH MDR ODR VR Total Length Road length
No. & SH per Sq Km
1 Total Road length per Sq km 0.798 km 1 km
2 Bituminous Road, standard specification 58 % 100%
3 Four laning of SH 66 km 218 km
4 Four laning of NH 11 km 143 km
Source: MSRDC & Public Works Department (PWD) Aurangabad
1 Abad 134.2 1194.22 1733.3 1224.26 3795.26 8078.58 0.798
2 Jalna 24.56 1247.40 1055.7 1370 2746.2 6443.9 0.834
3 Parbhani 68.14 660.52 1064.58 740.45 2894.75 5428.44 0.832
4 Hingoli 36.0 503.45 787.55 485.75 2022.42 3835.17 0.847
5 Nanded 95.0 1256.46 2677.2 1445.5 5241.09 10715.19 1.01
6 Beed 193.35 1212.05 1684.3 1438.05 4332.39 8860.14 0.828
7 Osbad 202.92 864.42 1336.0 1168.2 2559.34 6130.88 0.80
8 Latur 0 853 1547 1364 2281.2 6054.2 0.845
Total 754.17 7791.50 11885.93 9236.25 25869.65 55537.5 0.85
Source: MSRDC & Public Works Department (PWD) Aurangabad
Four Laning of
State Highways
Aurangabad is centrally
located and has a good
connectivity at National and
State level by road,
rail and air
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10. Transport
Vision
Key Objectives
A. Development of Roadway: Objective is to create an efficient road transport system that would form the
lifeline of the economy.
Establishing complete network of roads covering the entire district including all the villages, inter state
connectivity and highways; This would entail augmentation, Rehabilitation and development of :
State Highway networks
Four laning of State Highway having high traffic density through PPP
Development of Major District Roads (MDR) networks
Construction of Ring road around Aurangabad city
Eight laning of State Highway connecting to Delhi-Mumbai Industrial corridor
To connect Taluka Headquarters with District Headquarter with at least Two lane roads
To improve Road Safety measures
Strengthening of existing roads
Connecting all villages with Tar roads
B. Development of Railways: The key objectives in railways would be :
Implementation of Double Track between Manmad-Aurangabad section
Electrification of Railway track
To develop Suburban Railway station at Mukundwadi
International standards of Public Amenities at Aurangabad Railway station
New Railway Line connecting Solapur Beed Paithan Aurangabad Ellora Ajanta Jalgaon
C. Development of Airways : In view of the increased Air traffic , both domestic and international, as well as to
position Aurangabad as a premier Industrial / Tourist Destination in the State, following Objectives have been set
as below:
To develop Aurangabad Airport with international facilities
To construct Helipads / Heliports at Taluka level
Introduce the Flights connecting Aurangabad with major destinations in the country
To augment and upgrade transport network with a view to ensure fastest connectivity with safety.
A. Roadways
Status of road network in the district and proposed coverage are presented here under:
Aurangabad District having area of 10107 Sq km has a road length of 0.798 Km per Sq km and 1292 villages are
connected by roads out of total 1300 villages within the district.
Indicators for Development Objectives
The total road length in the Marathwada region i.e. in Aurangabad, Jalna, Nanded, Parbhani, Hingoli, Beed,
Osmanabad and Latur district category wise are given in table below.
Comparative Analysis: Road Lengths in KM Surrounding Districts
It may be observed Aurangabad districts road coverage of 0.798 km per Sq km is less than coverage of other
districts in the region.
Sr No Indicators Present Status Future Projection
Sr. District NH MSH MDR ODR VR Total Length Road length
No. & SH per Sq Km
1 Total Road length per Sq km 0.798 km 1 km
2 Bituminous Road, standard specification 58 % 100%
3 Four laning of SH 66 km 218 km
4 Four laning of NH 11 km 143 km
Source: MSRDC & Public Works Department (PWD) Aurangabad
1 Abad 134.2 1194.22 1733.3 1224.26 3795.26 8078.58 0.798
2 Jalna 24.56 1247.40 1055.7 1370 2746.2 6443.9 0.834
3 Parbhani 68.14 660.52 1064.58 740.45 2894.75 5428.44 0.832
4 Hingoli 36.0 503.45 787.55 485.75 2022.42 3835.17 0.847
5 Nanded 95.0 1256.46 2677.2 1445.5 5241.09 10715.19 1.01
6 Beed 193.35 1212.05 1684.3 1438.05 4332.39 8860.14 0.828
7 Osbad 202.92 864.42 1336.0 1168.2 2559.34 6130.88 0.80
8 Latur 0 853 1547 1364 2281.2 6054.2 0.845
Total 754.17 7791.50 11885.93 9236.25 25869.65 55537.5 0.85
Source: MSRDC & Public Works Department (PWD) Aurangabad
Four Laning of
State Highways
Aurangabad is centrally
located and has a good
connectivity at National and
State level by road,
rail and air
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Taluka wise Breakup of Existing Road Length in KM : Aurangabad District
1 Aurangabad 60.24 70.22 104.70 192.95 46.90 387.0 862.01
2 Paithan 25.20 00 134.00 242.25 227.90 440.50 1069.85
3 Phulambri 0.0 24.20 32.00 125.45 73.80 405.60 661.05
4 Sillod 0.0 45.00 101.50 182.75 163.20 427.60 939.45
5 Soyegaon 0.0 10.00 88.50 77.55 42.60 199.10 417.75
6 Kannad 32.76 0 155.60 259.45 145.10 650.50 1243.41
7 Khultabad 16.00 0 69.60 73.75 53.10 183.66 395.51
8 Gangapur 00 0 189.60 290.80 178.10 476.40 1135.00
9 Vaijapur 00 0 169.90 288.65 273.60 623.10 1354.55
Total 134.20 149.42 1044.80 1733.60 1224.50 3792.25 8078.28
Sr No Taluka NH MSH SH MDR ODR VR Total Length
Source: MSRDC & PWD, Aurangabad
It is observed that the village road length comprise 45% of the total road length. The objective is to gradually
upgrade the village roads to the status of ODRs and similarly the status of the present ODRs to the MDRs.
It may be observed from the intra district connectivity map that there is no MDR connecting Paithan and
Gangapur, similarly the existing link between Soygaon and Kannad is very weak. The alignment of ringroad to
the south of Aurangabad city is incomplete between Aurangabad- Nagar Road and Aurangabad- Paithan Road.
Similarly ring road alignment exists only to the south and north east of the Aurangabad city. The remaining
important incoming roads are not connected by the ring road viz Aurangabad- Nagar road, Auranagabad-
Mumbai Road and Aurangabad- Jalgaon Road. In absence of the full fledged ringroad intercepting all the
incoming roads, redundant flow of heavy traffic passes through the entire city putting extra burden on city road
network.
SWOT Analysis


Ongoing Works / Schemes
As part of its strategy to develop good quality road network across the State including capacity augmentation,
repairs and rehabilitation etc. GoM have been drawing upon various schemes such as MREGS, PMGSY, BOT works
through RIDF project, CRF, NABARD loan to finance its development programme. Some of the on going
development works include
Strength
Centrally located at National and
State level
Divisional headquarters
Five important roads converging
in district and city
Presence of Hard soil conducive to
long lasting road surface
Natural drainage due to undulated
terrain
Weakness
Substantial efforts required for
land acquisition for expansion of
the roads
Inadequate funds
Hilly terrain & number of valleys
and rivulets
Opportunities
Sanctioned expressway
connecting Mumbai and Nagpur
through Aurangabad district
Proposed eight lane Delhi-Mumbai
Industrial corridor
Threat
Increase in vehicles &
unprecedented increase in
volume of traffic
Unsafe roads, lack of awareness
and indiscipline in traffic causing
accidents
SWOT
Village roads ensure
connectivity and
development of the people
District has area of
10107 Sq.Km.,
the road length is
0.798 Km per Sq.M.
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Taluka wise Breakup of Existing Road Length in KM : Aurangabad District
1 Aurangabad 60.24 70.22 104.70 192.95 46.90 387.0 862.01
2 Paithan 25.20 00 134.00 242.25 227.90 440.50 1069.85
3 Phulambri 0.0 24.20 32.00 125.45 73.80 405.60 661.05
4 Sillod 0.0 45.00 101.50 182.75 163.20 427.60 939.45
5 Soyegaon 0.0 10.00 88.50 77.55 42.60 199.10 417.75
6 Kannad 32.76 0 155.60 259.45 145.10 650.50 1243.41
7 Khultabad 16.00 0 69.60 73.75 53.10 183.66 395.51
8 Gangapur 00 0 189.60 290.80 178.10 476.40 1135.00
9 Vaijapur 00 0 169.90 288.65 273.60 623.10 1354.55
Total 134.20 149.42 1044.80 1733.60 1224.50 3792.25 8078.28
Sr No Taluka NH MSH SH MDR ODR VR Total Length
Source: MSRDC & PWD, Aurangabad
It is observed that the village road length comprise 45% of the total road length. The objective is to gradually
upgrade the village roads to the status of ODRs and similarly the status of the present ODRs to the MDRs.
It may be observed from the intra district connectivity map that there is no MDR connecting Paithan and
Gangapur, similarly the existing link between Soygaon and Kannad is very weak. The alignment of ringroad to
the south of Aurangabad city is incomplete between Aurangabad- Nagar Road and Aurangabad- Paithan Road.
Similarly ring road alignment exists only to the south and north east of the Aurangabad city. The remaining
important incoming roads are not connected by the ring road viz Aurangabad- Nagar road, Auranagabad-
Mumbai Road and Aurangabad- Jalgaon Road. In absence of the full fledged ringroad intercepting all the
incoming roads, redundant flow of heavy traffic passes through the entire city putting extra burden on city road
network.
SWOT Analysis


Ongoing Works / Schemes
As part of its strategy to develop good quality road network across the State including capacity augmentation,
repairs and rehabilitation etc. GoM have been drawing upon various schemes such as MREGS, PMGSY, BOT works
through RIDF project, CRF, NABARD loan to finance its development programme. Some of the on going
development works include
Strength
Centrally located at National and
State level
Divisional headquarters
Five important roads converging
in district and city
Presence of Hard soil conducive to
long lasting road surface
Natural drainage due to undulated
terrain
Weakness
Substantial efforts required for
land acquisition for expansion of
the roads
Inadequate funds
Hilly terrain & number of valleys
and rivulets
Opportunities
Sanctioned expressway
connecting Mumbai and Nagpur
through Aurangabad district
Proposed eight lane Delhi-Mumbai
Industrial corridor
Threat
Increase in vehicles &
unprecedented increase in
volume of traffic
Unsafe roads, lack of awareness
and indiscipline in traffic causing
accidents
SWOT
Village roads ensure
connectivity and
development of the people
District has area of
10107 Sq.Km.,
the road length is
0.798 Km per Sq.M.
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17 projects under Centre Road Fund (CRF) entailing an investment of Rs.3409 lacs are in the advanced
stages of implementation, Roads and Bridges under Projects under Marathwada Vikas Programme and 59
rural road network development though financing from NABARD having an outlay of Rs.2571lacs
Village Connectivity :
In Aurangabad region all villages having more than 1500 population are to connected by B.T. road under
PMGSY . In Aurangabad district out of total 1300 villages 967 are connected by B.T. road and rest are in
development stage.
Four Laning of Major State Highways through PPP:
1 Aurangabad- Paithan road:
Total length: - 45.855 km
Total Cost: - 151 Cr
Govt. Contribution: - 62 Cr
2 Aurangabad Phulambri-Sillod-Ajantha-Jalgaon road:
Total length:- 102 km ( Length in Abad Dist)
Total Cost:- 835 Cr
Govt. Contribution: - 140 Cr
3 Aurangabad- Lasur-Vaijapur road:
Total length: - 65 km
Total Cost: - 325 Cr
Govt. Contribution: - 80 Cr
Outer Ring Road in Aurangabad City
Status of Ring Road around Aurangabad City
1 Zalta Bypass 2.86 Work Completed
2 Beed Bypass 11 Work Completed
3 Paithan Link 4.5 L.A. in Progress
4 Tisgaon Mitmita 6.62 L.A. in Progress
5 Mitmita Sawangi 14.4 L.A. in Progress
6 Sawangi Chikalthana 13 Work in Progress
Total 52.38
S No Project Details
Sr No Part Length in Km Current Status
Source: MSRDC & Public Works Department (PWD) Aurangabad
Source: MSRDC & Public Works Department (PWD) Aurangabad
Proposed Interventions for Roads and Ancillary Infrastructure
District Road Development plan 2001-2021 for Aurangabad district has been proposed by GoM and this forms
the basis for the proposed interventions in this sector. Details of the interventions are under approval. This is the
base for Vision-2020 document.
Road Development strategy: Recommendation & guidelines of Indian Road Congress (IRC) are taken into
consideration for augmenting/upgrading the road network with following objectives:
Expansion of National Highway Network
Extension of State Highway to District Head Quarter, Industrial Centers, Tourist Centers
MDR to connect villages with population 1000-1500
To connect remote villages by all weather roads
Current Status and Targets for 2020
1 National Highway 134.00 143.20
2 State Highway 1194.32 1469.28
3 M.D.R. 1733.60 1820.40
4 O.D.R. 1224.20 1703.15
5 Village Road 3792.16 4978.76
6 Total 8078.28 10114.57
7 Road length per Sq Km of area 0.798 1.002
Taluka Wise Break Up & Target Length
1 Aurangabad 60.24 246.09 204.71 124.75 799.01 1434.8
2 Paithan 25.20 157.33 236.81 295.80 805.00 1520.14
3 Phulambri 0.0 80.45 109.61 163.80 443.91 797.77
4 Sillod 0.0 184.25 159.01 304.20 433.21 1080.67
5 Soyegaon 0.0 119.43 72.00 101.20 310.40 603.03
6 Kannad 38.76 192.03 299.33 153.70 771.38 1455.20
7 Khultabad 19.00 88.43 85.61 101.70 249.55 544.30
8 Gangapur 0.00 193.63 321.01 178.50 540.91 1234.05
9 Vaijapur 0.00 206.64 332.3 279.50 625.37 1443.81
Total 143.20 1469.28 1820.40 1703.15 4978.76 10114.5
Sr. No. Type of Road Current Status in Km Target 2020 Km
Sr. Name of Target Length of Road in Km Total Length
No. Taluka NH SH MDR ODR VR
Source: MSRDC & Public Works Department (PWD) Aurangabad
Source: MSRDC & Public Works Department (PWD) Aurangabad
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17 projects under Centre Road Fund (CRF) entailing an investment of Rs.3409 lacs are in the advanced
stages of implementation, Roads and Bridges under Projects under Marathwada Vikas Programme and 59
rural road network development though financing from NABARD having an outlay of Rs.2571lacs
Village Connectivity :
In Aurangabad region all villages having more than 1500 population are to connected by B.T. road under
PMGSY . In Aurangabad district out of total 1300 villages 967 are connected by B.T. road and rest are in
development stage.
Four Laning of Major State Highways through PPP:
1 Aurangabad- Paithan road:
Total length: - 45.855 km
Total Cost: - 151 Cr
Govt. Contribution: - 62 Cr
2 Aurangabad Phulambri-Sillod-Ajantha-Jalgaon road:
Total length:- 102 km ( Length in Abad Dist)
Total Cost:- 835 Cr
Govt. Contribution: - 140 Cr
3 Aurangabad- Lasur-Vaijapur road:
Total length: - 65 km
Total Cost: - 325 Cr
Govt. Contribution: - 80 Cr
Outer Ring Road in Aurangabad City
Status of Ring Road around Aurangabad City
1 Zalta Bypass 2.86 Work Completed
2 Beed Bypass 11 Work Completed
3 Paithan Link 4.5 L.A. in Progress
4 Tisgaon Mitmita 6.62 L.A. in Progress
5 Mitmita Sawangi 14.4 L.A. in Progress
6 Sawangi Chikalthana 13 Work in Progress
Total 52.38
S No Project Details
Sr No Part Length in Km Current Status
Source: MSRDC & Public Works Department (PWD) Aurangabad
Source: MSRDC & Public Works Department (PWD) Aurangabad
Proposed Interventions for Roads and Ancillary Infrastructure
District Road Development plan 2001-2021 for Aurangabad district has been proposed by GoM and this forms
the basis for the proposed interventions in this sector. Details of the interventions are under approval. This is the
base for Vision-2020 document.
Road Development strategy: Recommendation & guidelines of Indian Road Congress (IRC) are taken into
consideration for augmenting/upgrading the road network with following objectives:
Expansion of National Highway Network
Extension of State Highway to District Head Quarter, Industrial Centers, Tourist Centers
MDR to connect villages with population 1000-1500
To connect remote villages by all weather roads
Current Status and Targets for 2020
1 National Highway 134.00 143.20
2 State Highway 1194.32 1469.28
3 M.D.R. 1733.60 1820.40
4 O.D.R. 1224.20 1703.15
5 Village Road 3792.16 4978.76
6 Total 8078.28 10114.57
7 Road length per Sq Km of area 0.798 1.002
Taluka Wise Break Up & Target Length
1 Aurangabad 60.24 246.09 204.71 124.75 799.01 1434.8
2 Paithan 25.20 157.33 236.81 295.80 805.00 1520.14
3 Phulambri 0.0 80.45 109.61 163.80 443.91 797.77
4 Sillod 0.0 184.25 159.01 304.20 433.21 1080.67
5 Soyegaon 0.0 119.43 72.00 101.20 310.40 603.03
6 Kannad 38.76 192.03 299.33 153.70 771.38 1455.20
7 Khultabad 19.00 88.43 85.61 101.70 249.55 544.30
8 Gangapur 0.00 193.63 321.01 178.50 540.91 1234.05
9 Vaijapur 0.00 206.64 332.3 279.50 625.37 1443.81
Total 143.20 1469.28 1820.40 1703.15 4978.76 10114.5
Sr. No. Type of Road Current Status in Km Target 2020 Km
Sr. Name of Target Length of Road in Km Total Length
No. Taluka NH SH MDR ODR VR
Source: MSRDC & Public Works Department (PWD) Aurangabad
Source: MSRDC & Public Works Department (PWD) Aurangabad
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Details of the Proposed Development and strategy:
Over 2036.29 kms of new road network is proposed under this plan apart from strengthening the existing
network in the rural areas: The details are enlisted as below:
1) Four Laning of Major Roads ( Length, Cost, Structure)
1 Aurangabad - Paithan 46 151.00 62.00 PPP/BOT
2. Aurangabad Phulambri Sillod 102 835.00 140.00 PPP/BOT
Ajanta - Jalgaon
3. Aurangabad Lasur Vaijapur 65 325.00 80.00 PPP/BOT
4. Golwadi Nagar Naka 4 25.25 25.25
Total 217 1336.25 307.25
2) Development Two Lane Roads connecting District and Talukha Headquarters
1. Aurangabad Gangapur 10 5.00 5.00
2. Aurangabad-Shivur 29 14.50 14.50
3. Isarwadi-Dahegaon 42 37.80 37.80
4. Gangapur- Vaijapur 38 19.00 19.00
5. Gangapur-Lasur Station 24 37.60 37.60
6. Vaijapur-Shivur Bunglow 65 48.50 48.50
-Ourala-Chapaner Shivarai
7. Kannad-Pishor-Sillod 65 32.50 32.50
8. Kannad-Nagad-Banoti-Soyegaon 80 72.00 72.00
9. Khultabad-Lasur Station 12 6.00 6.00
10. M.S.H. 8 to Soyegaon 12.5 6.25 6.25
11. Waregaon Phata-Bazar-Savangi 31 27.90 27.90
-Bodakha-Chikalthana-Kannad
Total 408.5 307.05 307.05
3) Strengthening of Existing Black Topped Roads
Black Top 2131 600 796.2 230 505 731.08
Sr No Name of Road Length in Km Cost Govt. Share Balance
Sr No Name of Road Length in Km Cost Govt. Share Balance
Strengthening Total Length Km SH MDR ODR VR Total Rs Cr
Source: MSRDC & Public Works Department (PWD) Aurangabad
Source: MSRDC & Public Works Department (PWD) Aurangabad
Source: MSRDC & Public Works Department (PWD) Aurangabad
Financial Outlay for the Roads, Helipad and ancillary infrastructure during the planned period
Source: Public Works Department (PWD) Aurangabad
B. RAILWAY:
Aurangabad is located on the Nanded - Manmad broad gage line section of South Central Railway zone of the
Indian Railways. Aurangabad has rail connectivity with Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Nagpur, Amritsar, Patna,
Madurai. It is also connected to many other important destinations in the country. Railway line network in every
100 sq.km. is very less in Aurangabad District and Marathwada region. Manmad Kachiguda Broad gage Railway
line is single. Aurangabad Railway section is being developed as model railway station.
Proposed Interventions:
1) Doubling of the lines and electrification to cater the more passenger and freight traffic on Kachiguda
Manmad Railway Route.
2) Construction of new railway lines between:
a. Osmanabad Kunthalgiri Beed Paithan Aurangabad Elora Ajantha Jalgaon
b. Rotegaon Puntamba
3) Construction of Railway over Bridges at existing level crossings
Financial Outlay 2011-2020
Sr No Item Length
in Km
Cost Cr Budget Rs Cr Remarks
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
1 Four Laning of
Major SH (PPP)
217 1336.25 32.00 73.25 29 72 41 Govt. Share Rs.
307.25 Cr
2 Tq. H.Q. to Tq.
HQ connecting
Two lane Road
408.5 307.05 23.7 44.5 37.55 41 37 29.3 35.1 26.2 23.3
3 Road
Construction
5088.2 1040.58 104.05 104 104 104 104.05 104.05 104.05 104.05 104.05 104.05
4 Strengthening
of Existing B.T.
Road
2131.09 731.08 73.00 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 74
5 Road
Construction
Under PMGSY
834.05 250.21 50.38 48.93 50.04 50.43 50.43 - - - -
6 Eight Lane
Delhi-Mumbai
Ind. corridor
91 775.00 110 110 110 110 110 110 115
7 Helipad at Tq.
HQ
39 nos. 4.50 0.9 0.9 0.9 - - - - - - -
Total Cost 4444.67 210.1 325.28 300.38 447.54 420.38 374.58 316.35 322.15 313.25 316.51
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Details of the Proposed Development and strategy:
Over 2036.29 kms of new road network is proposed under this plan apart from strengthening the existing
network in the rural areas: The details are enlisted as below:
1) Four Laning of Major Roads ( Length, Cost, Structure)
1 Aurangabad - Paithan 46 151.00 62.00 PPP/BOT
2. Aurangabad Phulambri Sillod 102 835.00 140.00 PPP/BOT
Ajanta - Jalgaon
3. Aurangabad Lasur Vaijapur 65 325.00 80.00 PPP/BOT
4. Golwadi Nagar Naka 4 25.25 25.25
Total 217 1336.25 307.25
2) Development Two Lane Roads connecting District and Talukha Headquarters
1. Aurangabad Gangapur 10 5.00 5.00
2. Aurangabad-Shivur 29 14.50 14.50
3. Isarwadi-Dahegaon 42 37.80 37.80
4. Gangapur- Vaijapur 38 19.00 19.00
5. Gangapur-Lasur Station 24 37.60 37.60
6. Vaijapur-Shivur Bunglow 65 48.50 48.50
-Ourala-Chapaner Shivarai
7. Kannad-Pishor-Sillod 65 32.50 32.50
8. Kannad-Nagad-Banoti-Soyegaon 80 72.00 72.00
9. Khultabad-Lasur Station 12 6.00 6.00
10. M.S.H. 8 to Soyegaon 12.5 6.25 6.25
11. Waregaon Phata-Bazar-Savangi 31 27.90 27.90
-Bodakha-Chikalthana-Kannad
Total 408.5 307.05 307.05
3) Strengthening of Existing Black Topped Roads
Black Top 2131 600 796.2 230 505 731.08
Sr No Name of Road Length in Km Cost Govt. Share Balance
Sr No Name of Road Length in Km Cost Govt. Share Balance
Strengthening Total Length Km SH MDR ODR VR Total Rs Cr
Source: MSRDC & Public Works Department (PWD) Aurangabad
Source: MSRDC & Public Works Department (PWD) Aurangabad
Source: MSRDC & Public Works Department (PWD) Aurangabad
Financial Outlay for the Roads, Helipad and ancillary infrastructure during the planned period
Source: Public Works Department (PWD) Aurangabad
B. RAILWAY:
Aurangabad is located on the Nanded - Manmad broad gage line section of South Central Railway zone of the
Indian Railways. Aurangabad has rail connectivity with Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Nagpur, Amritsar, Patna,
Madurai. It is also connected to many other important destinations in the country. Railway line network in every
100 sq.km. is very less in Aurangabad District and Marathwada region. Manmad Kachiguda Broad gage Railway
line is single. Aurangabad Railway section is being developed as model railway station.
Proposed Interventions:
1) Doubling of the lines and electrification to cater the more passenger and freight traffic on Kachiguda
Manmad Railway Route.
2) Construction of new railway lines between:
a. Osmanabad Kunthalgiri Beed Paithan Aurangabad Elora Ajantha Jalgaon
b. Rotegaon Puntamba
3) Construction of Railway over Bridges at existing level crossings
Financial Outlay 2011-2020
Sr No Item Length
in Km
Cost Cr Budget Rs Cr Remarks
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
1 Four Laning of
Major SH (PPP)
217 1336.25 32.00 73.25 29 72 41 Govt. Share Rs.
307.25 Cr
2 Tq. H.Q. to Tq.
HQ connecting
Two lane Road
408.5 307.05 23.7 44.5 37.55 41 37 29.3 35.1 26.2 23.3
3 Road
Construction
5088.2 1040.58 104.05 104 104 104 104.05 104.05 104.05 104.05 104.05 104.05
4 Strengthening
of Existing B.T.
Road
2131.09 731.08 73.00 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 74
5 Road
Construction
Under PMGSY
834.05 250.21 50.38 48.93 50.04 50.43 50.43 - - - -
6 Eight Lane
Delhi-Mumbai
Ind. corridor
91 775.00 110 110 110 110 110 110 115
7 Helipad at Tq.
HQ
39 nos. 4.50 0.9 0.9 0.9 - - - - - - -
Total Cost 4444.67 210.1 325.28 300.38 447.54 420.38 374.58 316.35 322.15 313.25 316.51
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4) Upgradation and development of adequate passenger amenities including Platforms, FOB, Public
Convenience, Drinking Water, Waiting Halls, Reservations / Booking Centres, Parking and Landscaping etc. at
Railway Stations at Aurangabad, Mukundwadi, Chikhalthana, Karmad, Daulatabad, Potul, Lasur and Parsoda.
5) Introduction / starting of new railway trains to connect the Aurangabad with other destinations and cater the
more tourist / passenger traffic including:
a. Aurangabad Tirupati Rameshwar Express
b. Daily train connectivity with Pune / Kolhapur
c. Extension of Purna Patna Express services upto Aurangabad
d. Super express between Nanded and Mumbai via Aurangabad
e. Addition of some bogies / coaches from Aurangabad to Nanded Banglore Express at Parbhani
6) Inclusion of Nanded Railway division into Central Railway as per the recommendation of Railway
Organisation Committee
Railway Board will carry out the detailed assessment and financial requirement to address the above
interventions in effective way. Wherever necessary funding will be mobilized through State Government and
Private Sector Participation.
C. AIRWAY:
Aurangabad Airport is located at Chikhalthana part of the Aurangabad City, which is approximately 6 km away
from the Central part of the city.
To facilitate the tourist and passenger traffic, government had undertaken the overall development of
Aurangabad Airport and completed in 2008. Aurangabad Airport has connecting flights to Delhi, Mumbai,
Udaipur, Jaipur as well as Hyderabad. Now Aurangabad has an international Airport. Every year there are flights
making available to all the people travelling to Hajj pilgrimage.
Proposed Interventions:
Considering the growing tourist and passenger traffic it is essential to connect the Marathwadas capital with
other important cities in the Country. After modernization of Airport, all requisite facilities are developed at
Aurangabad. Aurangabad Airport is the central airport for Aurangabad and surrounding districts. Following
cities can be connected with Aurangabad for the providing better air connectivity to the traveler:
a) Hyderabad Latur Aurangabad Mumbai
b) Delhi Jaipur Udaipur Aurangabad Mumbai
c) Delhi Khajuraho Nagpur - Aurangabad Mumbai
d) Mumbai Goa Aurangabad Delhi
e) Connecting Airways services between Aurangabad, Osmanabad, Latur and Nanded
Support infrastructure for business tourism in terms of food, hospitality infrastructure and recreational facilities
will be developed in and around the Aurangabad. Improved Air connectivity will help the Industrial and Tourism
development in the region.
Summary:
Vision
Key Interventions
A. Road
Development of 2036 kms of New roads including State Highways, MDRs, ODRs and Vrs
Four Laning of all the major state highways in the district like Auragabad-Paithan, Four laning of
Aurangabad Phulambri-Sillod-Ajantha-Jalgaon Road etc
Connecting Taluka Headquarters with District HQ by 2 lane Roads
Strengthening of all the roads into a motorable B.T. Roads
Eight Laning of the State Highway part of Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor
9 Helipads at Taluka HQ
Improving the Railway connectivity and Air connectivity through interventions with respective
authorities
B. Doubling of the Railway lines
Construction of 2 new railway routes to connect Paithan-Elora & Ajantha, Rotegaon - Puntamba
Upgradation of passenger amenities at Railway Stations
Introduction of new trains to improve the connectivity
C. Air
Improving Air connectivity between Hyderabad, Nagpur, Delhi, Khajuraho, Jaipur, Nagpur and Goa.
The total financial outlay is Rs. 4445 Cr
To augment and upgrade transport network with a view to ensure fastest connectivity with safety.
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4) Upgradation and development of adequate passenger amenities including Platforms, FOB, Public
Convenience, Drinking Water, Waiting Halls, Reservations / Booking Centres, Parking and Landscaping etc. at
Railway Stations at Aurangabad, Mukundwadi, Chikhalthana, Karmad, Daulatabad, Potul, Lasur and Parsoda.
5) Introduction / starting of new railway trains to connect the Aurangabad with other destinations and cater the
more tourist / passenger traffic including:
a. Aurangabad Tirupati Rameshwar Express
b. Daily train connectivity with Pune / Kolhapur
c. Extension of Purna Patna Express services upto Aurangabad
d. Super express between Nanded and Mumbai via Aurangabad
e. Addition of some bogies / coaches from Aurangabad to Nanded Banglore Express at Parbhani
6) Inclusion of Nanded Railway division into Central Railway as per the recommendation of Railway
Organisation Committee
Railway Board will carry out the detailed assessment and financial requirement to address the above
interventions in effective way. Wherever necessary funding will be mobilized through State Government and
Private Sector Participation.
C. AIRWAY:
Aurangabad Airport is located at Chikhalthana part of the Aurangabad City, which is approximately 6 km away
from the Central part of the city.
To facilitate the tourist and passenger traffic, government had undertaken the overall development of
Aurangabad Airport and completed in 2008. Aurangabad Airport has connecting flights to Delhi, Mumbai,
Udaipur, Jaipur as well as Hyderabad. Now Aurangabad has an international Airport. Every year there are flights
making available to all the people travelling to Hajj pilgrimage.
Proposed Interventions:
Considering the growing tourist and passenger traffic it is essential to connect the Marathwadas capital with
other important cities in the Country. After modernization of Airport, all requisite facilities are developed at
Aurangabad. Aurangabad Airport is the central airport for Aurangabad and surrounding districts. Following
cities can be connected with Aurangabad for the providing better air connectivity to the traveler:
a) Hyderabad Latur Aurangabad Mumbai
b) Delhi Jaipur Udaipur Aurangabad Mumbai
c) Delhi Khajuraho Nagpur - Aurangabad Mumbai
d) Mumbai Goa Aurangabad Delhi
e) Connecting Airways services between Aurangabad, Osmanabad, Latur and Nanded
Support infrastructure for business tourism in terms of food, hospitality infrastructure and recreational facilities
will be developed in and around the Aurangabad. Improved Air connectivity will help the Industrial and Tourism
development in the region.
Summary:
Vision
Key Interventions
A. Road
Development of 2036 kms of New roads including State Highways, MDRs, ODRs and Vrs
Four Laning of all the major state highways in the district like Auragabad-Paithan, Four laning of
Aurangabad Phulambri-Sillod-Ajantha-Jalgaon Road etc
Connecting Taluka Headquarters with District HQ by 2 lane Roads
Strengthening of all the roads into a motorable B.T. Roads
Eight Laning of the State Highway part of Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor
9 Helipads at Taluka HQ
Improving the Railway connectivity and Air connectivity through interventions with respective
authorities
B. Doubling of the Railway lines
Construction of 2 new railway routes to connect Paithan-Elora & Ajantha, Rotegaon - Puntamba
Upgradation of passenger amenities at Railway Stations
Introduction of new trains to improve the connectivity
C. Air
Improving Air connectivity between Hyderabad, Nagpur, Delhi, Khajuraho, Jaipur, Nagpur and Goa.
The total financial outlay is Rs. 4445 Cr
To augment and upgrade transport network with a view to ensure fastest connectivity with safety.
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Outcome
100% road coverage to all the 1300 villages
Improvement in the road density from 0.798 km per sq km to 1.02 km per sq km
Connectivity of all the important places like tourism, industrial and administrative centers, schools
and hospitals
Good quality all season roads of appropriate widths for rural areas
Fast and safe transport system
Better economic productivity
Better Road, Rail & Airway connectivity of Aurangabad with other ports of the State & Country
000
Now 2010 Then 2020
Now 2010 Then 2020
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Outcome
100% road coverage to all the 1300 villages
Improvement in the road density from 0.798 km per sq km to 1.02 km per sq km
Connectivity of all the important places like tourism, industrial and administrative centers, schools
and hospitals
Good quality all season roads of appropriate widths for rural areas
Fast and safe transport system
Better economic productivity
Better Road, Rail & Airway connectivity of Aurangabad with other ports of the State & Country
000
Now 2010 Then 2020
Now 2010 Then 2020
293 294
Transport