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NATIONAL HIGHWAYS AUTHORITY OF INDIA


(Ministry of Road Transport & Highways)
Government of India
Four Laning of Rohtak Jind Section from km 307,000 to
km 347.800 of NH-71 and connecti~lglink from km
347.800 of NH-71 to km 9.400 of N B - 7 1 to
~ be executed as
BOT (Toll) project on DBFO pattern under NHDP
Phase I11
in the State of Haryana
CONCESSlON AGREEMENT
between
National Highways Authority of Intlia
G-5&6, Sccror - 10,Dwarka,Ncw Dcllii - 1 I11075
and

VIL ROHTAK JIND HIGHWAY PRIVATE LIMITED


H -5!2 I. Vislial. l{hnnd, (;o~iiti Nasal-,
I,uckl\ow - 2260 10, I J t t a ~I'radcsl), India

Volume-11
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CONCESSION AGREEMENT

VOLUME - 2

SCHEDULES

VOLUME - 3

ANNEXURES

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4 Laning o f Rohtak Jind S e c t i o ~from


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~III 307.000 to k ~ n
?47.800 o f NH-71. and
connecting link from kin 347.800 o f NH-71 to k m 9.400 o f NH-71A to be executed,as
BOT (Toll) prqiect on DBFO Pattern tinder N H D P Phase Ill i n the State o f Haryana

VOLUME-11: SCHEDULES
Table of Contents

SR. NO.

P A G E NO.

DESCRIPTION

SCHEDULE-A: SITE OF THE PROJECT

152

SCHEDULE-B: DEVELOPMENT OF THE PROJECT HIGHWAY

160

SCHEDULE.^: PRO.IECT F A C I L I ~ ! ~ E S

180

SCHEDULE-D: SPECIFICATIONS & STANDARDS

SCHEDULE-: APPLICABLE PERMITS

SCHEDULE-F: PERFORMANCE SECURITY

SCHEDULE-G: PROJECT CflMPLETlON SCHEDULE

SCHEDULE-H: DRAWINGS

10

SCHEDULE-J: COMPLETION CERTIFICATE

II

SCHEDULE-K: MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS

12

SCHEDULE-L: SAFETY REQUIRE,MENTS

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SCHEDULE-M: MONTHLY FEE STATEMENT

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SCHEDULE-N: WEEKLY TRA FFlC CENSUS

15

SCHEDULE-0: TRAFFIC SAMPLING

16

SCHEDULE-P: SELECTION O F IN DEPENDENT ENGINEER

359

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SCHEDULE-Q: TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR INDEPENDENT


ENGlNEER

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SCHEDiJLE-R: FEE NOTIFICATION

368
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SCHEDULE-S: ESCROW AGREEMENT

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SCHEDULE-T: PANEL OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS

426

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SCHEDULE-IJ: VESTING CERTlFlCtZTE

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SCHEDULE-V: SUBSTlTUTlON AGREEMENT

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Four laning of Rohlok JitrdSecrionfbnn ( . n ~1117.flIlfJ ro kin 3 J 7.800oj3'li-iI nnrl connrc~inglinkjiatrr I,II J47.800 oj.\"H-71
lo (.m 9.300 oj'fill. 71A lo he r.recirrrd os ROT fi~l/)l'rojec~or1 DBI-0 Pntlrrn under .\.IfDl' I'hure 111in 11reSlale u{
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SCHEDULE A

(See Clause 10. I) SITE OF THE PROJECT


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The Site

1.1

Site of the Four-Lane Project Highway shall include the land, buildings, structures
and road works as described in Annex-l of this Schedule-A.

1.2

An inventory of the Site including the land, buildings, structures, road works, trees
and any other immovable property on, or attached to, the Site shall be prepared
jointly by the Authority Representative and the Concessionaire, and such inventory
shalt form part of the memorandum referred to in Clause 10.3.1 of the Agreement.

1.3

Additional land required for Toll Plazas, Traffic Aid Posts, Medical Aid Posts and
vehicle rescue posts or for construction of works specified in the Change of Scope
Order issued under Clause 16 2.3 of this Agreement shall be acquired in accordance
with the provisions of Clause 10.3.6 of this Agreement. Upon acquisition, such land
shall form part of the Site and vest in the Authority.

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4 Laning of Rohtak Jind Section from km 307.000


km 347.800 of NH-71 and connec~inglink from km
347.800 of NH.71 to km 9.400 of NH-71A to be execurcd as BOT (Toll) project on DBFO Perlem under NHDP
Phase I l l in the Slate ofHaryana
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Annex - I
(Schedule-A)

Site for Four-Laning

[ Note: Through suitable drawings and description in words, the land , buildings, structures
and road works comprising the site shall be specified briefly but precisely in this Annex-l ]

I.

The Site
The National Highway No-71 start from NH-1 at Jalandhar passing through, district
l.urlhiana(~agrao'hon NH-95), Barnala, Sangrur in the state of a Punjab and Jind,
.

Rohtak, Jhajjar and Rewari at Bawal City joining NH-8. 'The Project road takes 'off
from existing chainage Km 307.000 of NH-71 at the junction of Proposed Bypassat
Jind City and passing through Shadipur, Julana, Lakhan Majra (Krn.347+800) joining
at NH-71A (Km. 9+400)with Rohtak bypass desigmhainage Km. 355+600-ofNH-71
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on .the basis of existing and design chainage. The proposed road will bypass the
towns of Julana, Lakhan ~ a j r aand Rohtak and will.join at Chainage 9+400 of the
NH-71A Rohtak

Panipat just outside Rohtak city. The project road, so located,

covers-40.800 Krn as per existing chairiage and 48.600 Km between originating and
terminating points as per proposed chainage. The entire lengths of the project road
fall in the State of Haryana under Rohtak and Jind District.

Land

2.

The site of the project Highway comprises the land (Existing Right of Way, ROW) as
described in Appendix A-1

3.

Cariiageway
The present carriageway of the Project Highway is two-lane with Earthen Shoulder
on both sides at most of the stretch of the road. An inventory of existing carriageway
is presented at Appendix A- 2.
Major Bridges
The site includes no Major Bridges.
Railway Over Bridges
The site includes no Railway Over Sridges.

Laning of Rohtak Jind Section from krn 307.0i0'10 km 347.800 of NH-71 and connecting link from km
347:800 of NH-71 to km 9.400 ofNH-7 lA to be,executed as BOT (Toll) project on DBFO Pattern under NHDP
Phase 111 in the Stare of Haryana.
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Grade Separators
The site includes no Grade Separators.

7.

Minor...Bridges

The details of the Minor Bridges are as per Appendlx A-3


8.

Culverts
The details of the Culverts are as per Appendix A-4.

9.

Bus bays and Truck Lay byes


There are no bus byes and truck lay byes on the Project Highway.

10,

Permanent Bridge, Bypass or Tunnel costing Rs 50 crore or more - Nil

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Lanirtg of Rahtak Jind
347.800 of NH-71 to km 9.400 ofNH-7IA to be executed as BOT (Toll) project on DBFO Pattern under NHDP
Phase 111 in the Stale of Haryana
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Appendix -.A1

Existing ROW
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Existing Chainage (Urn)


S.No.

From

To

307+000

347+800

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iota,
ROW
'(in m)

Remarks

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km 347.800 of NH-71 and connecting link from km


347 800 of NH-71 to km 9.400 of NH.7IA to be executed as BOT (Toll) project on DBFO Pattern under NHDP
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Appendrx - A 2

Existing Carrlageway Width


Width

(both Side)

(both Side)

7.0

1.5

1.O to 2.0

4 Laning of Rohtak Jind Section from km 3b7.0~0ro krn 347:80~ of NH-71 and connecting link from
347.800 of NH-71 to km 9.400 of NH-7IAfo be cxecuted as BOT [Toll) project on DBFO Pattern under
Phase 111 in the State of Haryana

Schedl~iss

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Appendix - A3
Details of Existing Minor Bridges

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4 Laning of Rohtak Jind Section from km 307.000 to km 347.800 of NH-71 and connecting
347.800 of NH-71 to km 9 400 of NH-71A to be execured as BOT (Toll) project on DBFO Pattern
Phase Ill in rhe Srate of Haryana
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Appendix A-4

DETAILS OF EXISTING SLAB CULVERTS

308+293

Slab

1 x 8.31

1x10

313715

Slab

1 x 9.03

1x10

319566

Slab

1x747

316+013

Slab

1 x 4 329

1x10

319+416

Slab
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1 x 2.85

1x10

1 x3772

1x10

327~492

Slab
Slab

1 x 11.22

1x10

328+452

Slab

1 x 3.3

Ix i 0

Slab
Slab

1 x 2.788

1x10

1 x 3 395

1x10

1 x 2.563

5
6
7

1
1

320~937

8
9
10

332+792
333+157

12

333+794

13

336+458

Slab
Slab

14

337+522

Slab

1x10

1 x 3.006
1x10
1 x 2.862
1x10

337~867

Slab

.Ix 4.297

1x10

337+936

Slab

1 x 5.000

1x i 0

18

338+823

Slab

1 x2.42

1x10

19

339+432

Slab

1 x 4.45

1x10

1 x4.15

1 x 10

1 x 5.217

1x10

20

339+779

Slab

21

340+117

Slab

22

1I

940t264
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24

341t099

36

345+503

3'

346+087

38

346+382

Slab

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1 x 6.4

Slab
Slab

340+468

Ix4.37
1 x4.07

1~4.53

Slab

1x l 0

Ix 4.31 5

17

16

1 x3.69

Slab
Slab

Ix 3 5 6

?. .x. 1. 0-

:lxia

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1x10

1x10

1x10

1x10
1x10

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347 800 of N H - 7 1 10 km 3 400 of NH-71A lo be executed 8 s B
I) projec~on DBFO Pattern under NHDP
Phase III In rhe Srate of Haryana
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DETAILS OF EXISTING PIPE CULVERTS

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Chainage

Site

4 Laning of Rohrak Jind Secrion from km 307.00b t i km 347.800 of NH-71 and connecting link from
347.800 of NH-7 I co km 9.400 ofNH-71A to be executed as BOT (Toll) proiecton
DBFO Pattern under
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SCHEDULE - B
(See Clause 2. I )
DEVELOPMENT OF THE PROJECT'HIGHWAY
1

Development of the Project Hlghway


a ~include construction of the Project
Development of the Project ~ i ~ h wshall
Highway as described in this Schedule-B and in ~chedule;~.

Four-Laning

2.1

Four-Laning shall include the Four-Lane Project ~ i g h w as


a ~described in Annex-l of
this Schedule-8 and Annex-l of Schedule-C.

2.2

Four-Laning shall be completed by the C.oncessionaire in conformity with the


Specifications andstandards set forth in Annex-l of schedule-D.

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3 Laning of Rohfak lind Section born krn 307.000 to km j47.800 of NH-71 and c o ~ e c t i n elink Fro
347.800 of NH-7 I to krn 9.400 ofNH-7 l A to be executed as BOT (Toll) prole:ct on DBFO ~ a t t e under
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Phase 111 in the State of Haryana
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Description of 4-laning

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Width o f carriageway

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The carriageway shall be 2 x 8.75 meters (7.0 + 1.5 + 0.25) wide.

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Project Facllities

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Project facilities shall be constructed in conformity with Annex-l of Schedule-C.


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Specifications and standards

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The Project Highway shall be constructed in conformity with the Specifications and
Standards specified in Annex-l of Schedule-0.
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Other Features of Four Laning

4.1

Cross Sections

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The Project Highway shall be improved to 4-lane contlguration with paved shoulder
with or without Service Roads. The entire road portion shall be 4-lane including the
bridges and other structures. 'The typical cross sect~onsalong with different types of
cross section required to be developed in different segments of the project highway
are indicated in Appendix B-I.
4.2

Alignment Plan and Longitudinal Section


The'Plan & Profile of project highway is given at Appendix 6-2in soft copy.

4.3

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Service Road

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Service Roads shall be provided in.lengths indicated in Appendix 8-3

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Proposed Right of Way

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The details of the Proposed ROW are given in Appendix 8-4.

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4.5

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The details of the proposed bypasses are given in Appendix 8-5.

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4 ianing o f Rohtzk Jind Section from krn 307.000'to'km 347.800 of NH-71 and connecting link fro

347.800 of ~ ~ : ro7 krn


1 9.400 of NH-7LA ro be executed as BOT (To10 project on DBFO Pattern under N
Phase I l l in the State of H q a n a
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4.6

At Grade Intersection
At grade intersections shall be provided at the intersection of service roads and all
intersecting roads .at locations specified'in Appendix 9-6 for major and minor
intersections.

4.7

Grade Separated Interchanges


The grade separated interchanges shall be as provided as given at Appendix B-7.

4.8

Underpasses
Vehicular and Cattle underpass shall be provided at location given at Appendix 8-8.

4.9

Major Bridges
No Major Bridge is proposed for the project.

4.10

Minor Bridges

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Minor bridges as listed in Appendix B-9 shall be provided, widened, reconstructed,


or extended.

4.11

Culverts
Culverts shall be provided, widened, reconstructed, or extended as listed in
Appendix 8-10

4 Lanlng o f Rohrak lmd Sect~onfrom kk 307.000 to km 347 800 of NH.71 and connecting llnk t?
347 800 ofNH-71 to krn 9 400 of NH-71A to be executed as BOT (Toll) project on DBFO Pattern under
Phase Ill ~nrhe State of Haryana
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Appendix B-I

TYPICAL CROSS-SECTIONS
Proposed Chainage

C/S

Length (~rn'.)

1 4 301
1 1 1
/

307.000

308.450

2.

'

316.550

322.125

322.950

323.900

1,

326.375

Type 4

315.800

Type - 2

316.550

Type - 4

0.750

320.600

Type - 2

4.050

0.825

323.900

Type - 3

0.950

325.050

Type - 4

1.150

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14

329.850

331.150

Type - 1

331.150

331.400

Type - 3

16

331.400

334.750

Type - 1

17

334.750

335.750

Type- 3

18

335.750

336.500

Type - 4

20

21

337.450

338.600

338.600

339300

0.800
'

1.300

Type - 3

337.450

336.500

1.375

Type 4

Type- 1

329.850

19

6..60?

Type - 4

'

329.050

'

'

322.950

327.750

0.750

13

15

1.450

309.200

11

Type - 2

308.450

315.800

Type - 1

1.150

Type - 4

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354.350

35

355.030

Schedule$

355.030

Type - 4

355.600

Type 3

0.6~0
0.570

Type 1 -Widening on LHS


Type 2 -Widening on RHS

Ty'pe 3 New Construction


Type 4- Four Lane with Service Road

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4 Laning of Rohtak 1 i n d ' ~ e c t i o nfrom krn 307:000 to km 347.800 of NH-71 and connecting link fi
347.800 of NH-71 to km 9.400 of NH-7 IA to be executed as BOT (Toll)
t DBFO Pattenn u n d e ~
. . ~. r o.i e c on
Phase 111 in the State of Haryana
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Appendix 6.2

Plan B Profile
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(Refer CD enclosed)

4 LaningofRohtak Jind Section from km 307 000 to krn 347.800 ofNH.71 and connecting link from km 347.800 ofNH-

71 to km 9.400 ofNH-71A to bc executed as BOT (Toll) projccl on DBFO Pattern under NHDP Phase I l l in the State of
Haryana
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DETAILS OF SERVICE ROADS

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Proposed Chainage

SI.
No.

~ e & h of service Road


(in Km)

Width

(m)

Side-

From

To

308+450

309+200

0.750

7+00

Both Side

315+800

316+550

0.750

7+00

Both S i d e

322+125

0.825

7+00

Both Side

323+900

1.150

.7+00

Both Side

322+950
325+050

The aggregate length of Service Road on both side of project highway Is 18.710 krn.

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4 Lan~ng
ofRohtbc

Jlnd Sect~onfrom km 307 000 to am 347 SO0 ofNH-71 and connecllng link from km 347.800 ofNH71 to km 9.400 ofNH-71A to he executed as DOT (Toll) prolect on DBFO Panern under NHDP Phase Ill in [he Stare of

Haryana

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Appendix 8-4

DETAILS OF PROPOSED ROW

Sr.

No.

Existing Chainage (km)

Design Chalnage (km)

Proposed ROW (m)

.
From

To

From

To

307t000

347t800

307+000

355t600

60

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Appendix 5-5
DETAILS OF PROPOSED BYPASSES
SL NO.

Name of
Bypass

Julana
bypass
Lakhan
Majra
Bypass
Rohtak
bypass

Bypass end

Bypass start

Design
length
(km)

Existing
chainage

Design
chalnage

Existing
chainage

Design
chalnage

320t600

320+600

325t700

326+375

5 775

334+070

334+750

336+500

337t450

2.700

347t800

348t775

9+400 of
NH-71A

355+600

6,825

Total Bypass length

4 Laning o f R o h ~ a kJind Section from km ;07.000 to

Proposed
carriageway

2x875
meters (7.0
t 1 5 + 0.25)
wide

15.300

km 347.800ofNH-71 and connecting link from km 347.800 of NH.


7 1 to krn 9.400 ofNH-7 l A to be executed as BOT (Toll) project on DBFO Paltern under NHDP Phase I11 In rhe Slate of
Haryana
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Appendix B-6

A) AT GRADE MAJOR INTERSECTIONS


Sr.
No.

Exlstlng
Chainage

320t600

'

Type of
JuncUon

Design Chalnage

Category of existing
Road

320+600

NH-71.

Junction

Start of Julana
Bypass

Remarks

329700

326+375

NH-71

Junctlan

End of Julana
Bypass

3344070

334+?51)

NH-71

Junction

Start of ~ a k h a n
MaIra Rypass'

336+500 .

337+450

NH-71

Y Jundon

End of Lakhan Majra


Bypass

347+800 .

348+775

NH-71 .

Y Junction

Start of Rohtak
Bypass
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6)LIST OF MINOR JUNCTION


NO.

Existing
Chalnage

Deslgn
Chalnage

Side
( Left IRight)

Carriageway
Width (m)

Category

307t530

307+530

lefl

3.9

Village Road

314+840

314+840

Crossing

33

Village Road

315+580

315+580

C~ossing

3.5

Village Road

Left

3.5

Village Road

55

Vlllage Road

3.2

Village R w d

Sr.

lo

l1

315+800
315+800
l2
316t190

l3

l4
l5

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1

316+570

'316t640

316t190

Right

316+570

Right

316+640

Right

317+550

Fight

16

325t320

3251915

Right

17

325t970

326675

Right

317+550

4.0

Village Road

3.0

Village Road

4.3

Village Road

25

Village Road

4:O

328+010

Rtght

7.O

3271500

328+080

Lefl

2.5

Village Road

3271620

328+220

4.0

Villaae Road

327t400

20
21

327i045

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3261430

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344+600

345+400

Left

3.5

Village Road

40

345+610

346+410

Grossing

5.5

Village Road

347t020

347+820

Right

3.5

Village Road

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Appendix 8-7

DETAILS OF PROPOSED GRADE SEPARATED INTERCHANGES

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Bypass
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355+06O
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NH-71 &
NH

0
New 4
Lane

B w

PSC Girder with


RCC Slab

1 x 15.00+ 1 x
30 00+ 1 x 15 00 -.24m

5'5rn

4 Laning ofRohtak Jind Section from krn 307.000 to krn 347.800 ofNH-71 and connecting link from km 347 800 of NH-

7 ) to km 9.400 ofNH-7lA to be execured as BOT(Tol1) project on DBFO Pattern under NHDP Phase I l l in the State of
Haryana
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Appendfx B-8
DETAILS OF PROPOSED VEHICULAR UNDERPASSES

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SCHEDULE - C
(See Clause 2.1)
PROJECT FACILITIES
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Project Facilities
The Concessionaire shall construct the Project Facilit~esin accordance with the provisions of
this Agreement. Such Project Facilities shall include:
(a)
Toll Plaza;
: 1 No.
: Yes
(b)
Roadside Furniture:
Street Lighting;
Pedestrian Facilities;
Landscaping and Tree Piantation,

Bus-bays and Bus Shelters;

: 1 No.
: No.
: Yes

Cattle Crossings;

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Development of site for wayside amenities;

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Rest Areas;
Truck Lay-byes;

Traffic Aid Posts;


Medical Aid Posts;
Vehicle Rescue Posts; and
Telecom System.
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Project Facilities for Four-Laning


Project Facilities forming part of Four-Laning and to be completed on or before the
Project Completion Date have been described in Annex-l of this Schedule-C.

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State of Haryana
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(Schedule-C)
Project Facilities for Four-Laning

1. Project ~ a c i l i t i e s
The Concessionaire shall construct the project Facilities described in this Annex-l to
form part of the Four-Lane Project Highway. The Project Facilities shall include:
(a)

Toll Plazas;

(b)

Roadside Furniture;

(c)

Pedestrian Facilities;

(d)

Tree Plantation;

(e)

Truck Lay-byes;

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Bus-bays and Bus Shelters; and

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others (to be specified)

Highway Lighting
Highway Patrol
Ambulances
Cranes
Telecorn Svstem
Development of site for wayside amenities
Traffic Aid Posts
Medical Aid Posts
Vehicle Rescue Posts
Highway'Traffic Management System

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Toll Plaza (1 no.)


One number of Toll Plaza has been recommended at Chainage Km. 340+400
(ext.) (Design Chainage Km. 341t375).
Specifications and other requirements of the toll plazas shall be strictly as per
"Schedule-Dm.

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Rest Area (1 No.)


1 No. of Rest Area at Chainage Km 346+900 (ext.) (Design Chainage
347+875).

Km.

Road Side Furniture


The provision of road side furniture shall be finalized as per NHAl Manual of
Specifications and in consultation with the Independent Consultant.
(i)

Traffic Signs and Pavement Markings


Traffic signs and pavement markings shal! .include roadside signs,
overhead signs; curb mounted signs and,road markings along the Project
Highway. The design and marking for the Project Highway shall be as per
the design standard indicated in Schedule-D and the location for various
treatments shall be finalized in consultation with the lndependent
Engineer.

(ii)

Metal Beam Crash Barrier, Concrete Crash Barriers, Separators (M. S.


Railings)

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Traffic Safety Devices wherever required

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Boundary Stones

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Hectometer IKilometer Stones

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

d) Pedestrian Facilities
Pedestrian facilities in the form of guard rails, footpath, lighting, etc shall be provided
as per required.

e) Landscaping and Tree Plantation


Landscaping of Highway shall be.done on, but

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At-Grade islands of the intersection locations
Toll Plaza area

f) Bus Bays IBus shelters (44 Nos.)


The concessionaire shall provide minimum of 44 nos. of Bus Bays along the project
highway and the Incations are given in Appendix C-1. The design of Bus Bays should
be aesthetically pleased with surrounding. The locations of these bus bays shal! be
finalized by the concessionaire in consultation w ~ t hthe IC.
g) Others
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The following facilities shall be provided as per Concession Agreement

1)

Highway Lighting
The truck laybyes and 50 m length (minimum) of the Project Highway on its
either side shall be illuminated at night to provide a minimum illumination of
' 4DLux.

2)

Highway Patro!
Minimum 2 nos. of Highway Patrol unit shall be provided.

3)

Ambulances
Minimum 2 nos, of Ambulance unit shall be provided.

4)

Cranes
Minimum 2 nos. of cranes shall be provided.

5)

Advance Traffic Management System


Minimum 1 nos. of system.

Note: In case of any discrepancy in number or location of any of the project facility
mentioned in this Annex I, the Independent ~ngineershall finalize the number1location of
these facilities as per site requirement.
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315+700

316+750

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317+650

320+350

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320+500

320+500

325+760

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328+370

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330+970

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334+050

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337+570

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344+650
344+900

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Stare of Haryana
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SCHEDULE - D
(See Clause 2.1)

SPECIJ?ICATIONSAND STANDARDS
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Four-Laning
The Concessionaire shall comply with the Specifications and Standards set forth in Annex-I of
this Schedule-D for constructioll of the Four Lane Project Highway.

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Specifications and Standards for Four-Laning

Manual of Specifications and Standards to apply


of Paragraph 2 of this h e x - 1 , [Four-Laning] of the Project
Subject to provisio~~s
Highway shall conform to the Manual of Standards & Specifications for Four Laning of
Highways - 1RC:SP:BA - 2009 published by IRC in October, 2009 (An authdnticated
copy of the Manual has been provided to the Concessionaire as parts of the bid
documents).

~eviationsfrom the Manual


Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in the aforesaid Manual, the following
Specifications and Standards shall apply 'to the Four Lane Project Highway, and for purposes of
this Agreement, the aforesaid Manual shall be deemed to be amende&to the extent set.forth
below:
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LtlJ., E-I2, Moji Colony,'~\~lal\/iya
hlagar, ,laipur

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c h i d Engineer (N. H.VJorks?,Assam. Cbsndmari,


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Delhi Development

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~aGsthanPWD, Jaipur - 302 006

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E-in-C Havana PWD (Retd.), House No. 684,


Sector 16, Panchkula - 134 109 (Halyana)

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Managing Director,
Tandon Consultanls (P)itd.. 17, Link Road,
Jangpura Exln., New Delhi - 110 014

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klaharashtra,Sachivalaya, ivlumbai

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Special Secretarjt to the
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Shri R. P, lndoria

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Kama Koti ivlarg, Seclor-6, R. K. Puram, .
New Delhi - .110i022

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The Manual of Speciflcation~~
Standards for Four laning of )-lighWays through Public
Private qarlricrship has been irnder the consid~rationof Project Preparation, Contract
F~lanagement& Qualityty.Assurancecommittee (GI) since ~anua$20.09.~i~e'draftwas
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The Project preparation, contract Management & Qua~it~~ssurarlce


~om&ttee(persoilnel giver1 below) in its meeting held on 25.05.2009 has finalized the ~ V ~ Iand
J ~recI
cmrnencled its si~bn~ission
to the General Specifications 8 Standards Committee(GSS) '

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for their consideration.

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Alam, Perwez
Bahadur,'A.P.
Basu,B.K, .
Rhasin,Col:A.K.
~hakra~ani,~.
Datta,Arnitabha
~avc,~irti
:. Gajria,Maj Gen. K.T.
.Ganesan,K.R.S.
Gupta,D.P. '
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Datta. P.K.'
Ramana, K. Venkata

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~Limar,~ahesh
Mahalaha,R.S.
Nirma1,S.K.
Panda,K.c.
Patwardhan,S.V.
Ra0,P.R
Sarin,A:K.
Sharma,M.P.
.~harma;~.~.
Sinha,N.K
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~ecreiary~eneral,IRC
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Committee(GSS)in its meeting held on 10.06.2009 and the Executive Committee in ils
n1ee:ing held on 16.06 2009 and'auli.~i!i~zed
the Secretary General, IRC to place thesame
before Council. Thedocument was approyed by [he IRC Council in its 1881h meeling I.~eld
on 19.06.2009and !he Secretary General ~\/as'authorized to incorporate the comments
offered by the Council inembers and [hereafterhave it printed.

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This Manual is applicable for Four Laning of Highways through Public Private
,Partnership (PPP) mode. The scope of the work shall be as defined, in the Concession
.. Agreement. This Manual shall be read harmoniously with the intent of the Concession
'.Agreement.

The project Highway and the project facilities shall conform to the requiremerits
Manual, which arc the minimum prcscribed.
T h e project repqrl and other information provided by theAuthorilyl shall be used.by the
Concession.direonly for its own reference and fol carrying out further investigations. The
Concessionaire shall be solely respondible for undertaking all the.necessary surveys,
:.investigations arid detailed designs in accordante with good industry practice and due
diligence, and:shall have no cl.aim against the Authority for any loss, damage, risk, costs,
liabilities or oblj'gations arising out of or in .iel.ation to the project report and other
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At least 2 weeks prior to commencement of the work, the.Conce.ssionalreshall

Assurance Plan (QAP! and documentation for all aspects of the bridge and road works .:
and send three copies each to the Independent Engineer (IE) for review. The class of
quality assurance shall not be less than.Q-3.(Refer'lRC:SP;47 and lRC:SP:57).
The codes, Standards and Pchnicai .Specificationsapplicable for the design
and construction of project components are: .. .

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. . -draw up a ~ c ~ a l i t y ~ s s u r a Manual
n c e (QAM).covering'tbeQuality System (QS), Quality

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Indian Roads Congress (IRC) Codes and Standards; ( ~ e f e r


Appendix-2).

ii)

Specificationsfor Road and Bridge Wol ks issued by the Ministry of Road


Transport & Highways(M0RTH) hereinafter referred 10 as MORTH or
Ministry's Specifications.

iii)

kn3 other standards referred to in the Manual and any supplement issued
with the bid document.

Latest version of the Codes, Standards, Specifications, etc., notifiedlpublished


at least 60 days before the last date of bid submission shall be considered applicable.
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The terms 'Ministry of Surface Transport', 'Ministry of Shipping, Road
Transport 8 Highways' and 'Ministry of Road Transport and Highways' or any successor
or substituie thereof shall be.considered as synonymous.

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and.'Engineerr used in MORTH Specifications shall be.
... .deemed to be .subskltuted by the term ."independent Engineern;to'the extent it is
- ..;consistent w.ith the provisigns of the Concession Agreement and thls Manual. The role of
., 1he.IndependegtEngineer shall be as definedin the concession Agreement. I

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ln case of any conflict or incoosistencjl in the provisions of the applicable IKC


Specifications, the provisions contained in this Manual
Codes, Standards
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In the absence of any specific provision on any,particular issue in the aforesaid


Codes or specifications read in conjunctiorl with the Specifications and Standards
contained in this Manual, the following standards shall apply in order of priority.

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a b Transportalion Officials
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reviewed by the I.

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.(CPWD) Specifications for Class Ibuilding works2and stapdards given in the National
..BuildingCode (NBC)); For the Project Highway through the state entity, to the extent ;
:s'pecific provisionsfor building works are made in IRClMORTHSpecifications;the'same
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: .deemed .to include .ioll.plaza compiek, road furniture, roadside facilities, landscape
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any other woths incidental to the buildingworks. . . . . .
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,.Highway, and the scope of the project, each of these paras should be carefully examined
.and addressed by the Authority with a view to making approprlate provisions in the
Schedulesof..thaConce'ssionAgreernent. (Alist of the Paras that refer to such Schedules
has been.providtjd at Appendix-1 for ready reference).
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however, be. free to adopt international practices,
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techniques whichare not included in the MORTHIIRC Specificatlons shall be supported
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with.authentic standards and specifications mentioned in Para 1.9. Such a proposalshall
be submitted by the Concessionaire to the lndependent Engineer. In case, the
. . Independent Engineer is of the opinion that the' proposal submitted by the
Concessionaire is not in conformity with any of the international standards or codesithen
'. . . he will record .his reasons and. convey the same to the Concessionaire for compliance.
A record ,shall be kept by the Independent Engineer, of the non-compliance by the
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Adverse consequences, if any, arising from any such nor)-compliance,shall be treated as.
- "Concessionaire Default" and shall be dealf in accordance with the piovisions of the'
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u'nberpasses, numerous atagradejuncllons, lack of physical separation
'between'loc.dl,andthrough traff is ctc. Tho operation constralnts arlse.out
o f 'ftie necessity.or possibility of closing a portion of the road for
I' . . .' 'construction and/ or diverting the traffic to temporary diversions, thereby
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reducing' the capacity and Safety of the existing highway. The solutions
.cvolvcl:l by the C~zncsssionaireshall be such that those nparatinnal
: . .cbh.'straints are overcome through appropriate plannlng, deslgn and
construction method, techniques end technologies end by adopting
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and plan, 'design and construct the Project Highway using appropriate methods,
. management techniques and technologies. General
considerations shall, without being
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n s be safe to ensure that the~rojectHighway or any part
thereof (for example embankment, pavement, retaining structures,
bridges, culverts, etc) does not collapse (global stability) 'nor its
serviceabilitylperformance (for example settlement, roughness,
undulations, deflections, etc) deteriorates below acceptable level as
prescribed in Schedule K of the'~oncession~greement.
Durability
The Project Highway shall not only be safe but also durable. This would
mean-thatthe deteriorat~n~
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differences, aggressive environment leading to corrosion, etc) in addition
to the traffic shall be duly c0nsidered.h design and construction to make
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''.theconstructionof Project ~ i ~ h 8oes
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painted with retro-reflective paint in alternate black and white (or
yellow and black) stripes. Warning lights at 5.0 m spacing shall be
mounted on the barricades and kept lit in the dark hours and night.

he arrangement of traffjCduring construction and maintenance shall


requirements.of Clause 112 of MORl-H Specifications.
Ensure availability of 7 rn paved carriageway for traffic without potholes
or other defects. At.locations.where available.carriagewayis less than
7 rn, provide round the clock traffic signals
walky-talky at both an,dsto control b o l b S

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Sprinkling of water for dust control at work zones, haul roads and plant/
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devices: and proper'traffic m@agement should 'be proposed by the
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The Concessionaire shall set up field laboratory for t e ~ t i nof
, ~materials and
,finished products as stipulated in Clause.121 of MORTH Specifications. It.shall make
: :.necessary arrangement$ for additionallconfirmatdrytesting of any m~terialsllproductsat
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:,'~nvironrnentand Forests and submit proposals for mitigation of adverse ellvironment
. -.. impact includinq
of noise barriers, etc. for' review and comments of the IE,. if any., provision
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:. labour laws and regulations i'ncluding those relating to the welfare.of.workers engaged
.:both directlyand indirectlyon
the Project Highway, besides their occupationalsafety and
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ensati at ion

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scheme including insurance cover.-for thkd partyfar
workers, road useis and r o d side residents in case of d6athlinjuryldamage
to ihe vehicl.elproperiy resulting.from accidents on the Project Highway,
irrespective o f the. person at fault should be.prophsed 'by the
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t and ~rnergeniy~ e s ~ o ~r&yjemenk
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The details of the new utilities which are tobe constructed or provided for along or
acros's the Project Highway shall be as spicified in Schedule 'B' of the Concession

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Review and comments by the independent Englneer
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:.:. . i :lnQpendent Engineer for review and comments, and in the event such comments are
.;.,. . : . received by the Concessionaire, it shall duly consider such comments in accordance with
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'Engineer shall be deemed valid only if a copy thereof is endorsed to and received by
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-unleskspecified oLeIwis6 in this ~anual,the deiit~itionkconlabed in the ~ o d e l

:.: Concession Agreement .(MCA) for Public Private Partnership (PPP) in Highways as
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.'. . .:::areas where dwellingslshops-havebeen'b.ullion one'orb'oih'sidesof the Project Highway


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The definition of PCU n&d in this ~ a n u ashall


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This Manual is for 4-laning of the Project ~ i ~ h w aHowever,


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in some stretches,
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.' shall be provided as part of 4-ianing of the Project Highway (Refer para 2.18). This shall
not be construed as 6-laning of the Project Highway.

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transition lengthsoa.super-eley$ion.shallbe corrected to the standards
s~ecified
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.v) Where the existin$ road geometries ate deficient with respect to minimum
requirements and its improvements tothe prescribed standards is not
. :..feasible.due to any constraint in acquisition af'additiqnal .land, such
.-sketches shall be as.specified in Schedule 'B' of the Concession
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As far
possible, uniformity of design standards shalibe maintained
throughout the length of the Project Highw.ay, In case of any change,.it
shall be effected in a gradual manner. . .

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specifled inSchedyle.'B'andin, cpnformity with..the site earmarked,
the. ConcessionAgreement. . .. .
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where thekis constraintof ROW ?idth. t h e ~ u t h omay


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': . 'iii) heg geometric design oft he project Highway shall conform tothe standards
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In built-up areas,;6-lane divided carriageway along with selvice roads


shallbe provided as psrt.of 4-laningof the Project Highway. Such
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where the,requirgmentof 6-laning.i.sdispensedwith and
.. only;4-lgning:with.or
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i c ~ and footpath is to be
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inschedule :0' of the Concession
provided will. be .as .indicated
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This-sectionlays d'own.thestandards for geome\ric design and general


features for.fout-lanedivided cacriageway.

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in.resp&t of brades, layout of vertical
., curves and $ight distance shall becosrected to meet the minimum
. requirementsspecifiedin this sedion.
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The design speeds given in Table 2.1 shall be adopted for various terrain
classification (Terrain is classifie
a~bnment).
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Table 2.1 Design Speed


Nature of Terrain

Cross slope of the ground

: -----Upto 25percent .

Plain and Rolling

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'Ruling

Minimum

100

80

60

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More than25 percent

Mountainousand Sleep

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. be taken into consideration while'decidihg the terrain classification for a given section of
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. design fe,btures of the road. Mlnimurn de'sjgn Speed shall be @opted anly where slte
conilitiqs are restrictive and adequate land width'is not available. Such stretches shall
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Concesiion ~greement.:: . . . .
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The medisn.ahall be either ralssil or depressed. The'width of rnedlan is the
distance between Inside edges of carriageway, The type 6f rnedlan shall depend upon
the availability of Right of Way. The minimumwidth of median,.subjecttoavailabllity of
Right of Way, for various
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T ~ ~ R Oavailabl&'fir
W
the Project Highway shall be as ~i$en"ln
Schedule 'A' of the
: concession Agreement. he ~uthority
would,acquirethe additional land required, if any.
The land to be acquired shall be ii-ldicatedin Schedule of the ConcessionAgreement.
'l"he,minimum Right of.Way for non-urban and urba? areas should bpas prescribed'in
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he median shall have ju'it.gblydesigned drainage systPksothatwater does
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In case ofdepressed median.,a mtpifium 0 6 m width adjacent lo carriageway
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of the highway: Hqwever,Whore changes are unavoidable, a transition of Tin 20 shall be
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In the.ca$e'-6f &.depiessed median, metal .beam type (double beam) crash

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':-. of this Manualshall beprovlded.

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Suitable antiglare measures such as metallplastic screens shall be provided


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Type of Secflon

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Width of Shoulder (m)

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Table 2.4 Width of Shoulders,ln


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Steep Terrain (Hllly
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'Type of Section

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isolated built up are.a
Built up area and
approache's to .
grade separated
structures/bridges .

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2.0 (on valley side)

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. . .lane carriagew.ays on.rIifferetit alignnterits. .(cootours). .In. 'that .case,. .
IRC:SP:~~-2007Manual of Specifications and standards.for TWO-~aning
of Mlgh- .
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material conforming to'the requirementsgivenin Clause401 of MORTH
Specifications.

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in the,buill-up section and approaches,to the grade separated structures,


the sKoultlel. sl?allbe paved in full width.

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be raised with provisiorl of kerb channel to channelize the drainage as an
etosion control device-inaccordance with Section 6:

The composition and specificationof the paved.shouldershall be.same


as of the main carriag'eway.
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he width of roadway shall dependupon the width of carriageway, shoulders
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On horizontal curves with radius up to 300 m, width of paveme~ltand roadway

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73-100 m
iiji-3bo m.

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paved portion of.medianshall be 2.5 percentfqr bituminous surface and. 2.0 percent for
cement concrete surface.
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... . .. camber on the existing h a d shall be modified to uriidirectiorialcrossfall.

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The ixosifail for $ranular.shouldern on .straighipollions shall be i t leasi . . .
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: . . . . '.minimum of 3.0 percent. On super elevated sections, the eaithen portion of the shoulder .....
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shall conform to IRC:73, exceptas oiherwlse indicated In ',. .
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~ hd[i=ontal
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curves shall consist of circular p~rtionflankedby spifalfransitions. . . .
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Superelevation

Superelevation shall be limited to 7 percent, !f radius of curve is less than desirable


minimum radius. 11shall be,limlted
. . to percent, if radius is more than desirable,minirnum.

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radii of horizontal
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safe stopping'sight distance and desiiable rtiinimurn sight diStance for divlded
carriageway for various design speeds are given in Table 2,7. The desirable values of
.sib.ht distance shall be adopted unless -there.hre site constraints. A minlmurn of safe
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:stopping sight.diitanoe
shall be available
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.&anges shall not be too frequent as to cause kinks and visual discontinuities.in the
;profile. In thisregard, directions given in IRC :73 should be kept in view.

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curves shall be provided a1 all grade changes. ~ h e s e
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accordance with IRC:SP 23.

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Lateral clearance

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Full roadway width at the approaches. shall be carried through the


underpass. This width shall.not be -less than 12 m(7 m carriageway
+ 2 x 2.5 ni shoulder width on either side) or.as indicated in Schedule '8': '

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~uardrailslcrashbarriers shall betprovided for pl.otection ofvehi~lesfrom


colliding with !he abutments and piersand the deck of the structures.

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categories of.animals'such as elephanVcamel
underpass . ' . are expected to cross the Project Highway
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slab cw!verts and minor briijges-allowa vertical cleirance of more than
.. :2 m,these can. be used in dry seasoi, for pedestrian and cattle crossing by providing
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neceasaty1oorihg:~hiswiIl'nOt be'a substitute for n o r r n a l ~ e u i r e r nof
t pedestrian and,
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specified in Schedule 'B'. Provisionshall also be made for future widening of the Project
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. sultable'protectlon against collision of vehicles. Crash barriers shall be provided on
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The type, location, length, number and the openings required and approach
gradients for various grade separated structures shall be as specified in Schedule 'B' of
the Concession Agreement. The approach gradient to the grade separated structure shall
not be steeper than 2.5 percent (1 in 40).
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required, horizontal geometricsof the road shall besuitably adjusted.

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Fencing

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Typical Crb'ss-sections

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The existing intersections, which are deficient with respect to the minimum
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The type ofi&rgictions to be abopted shall bedecidedon the basis of
parameters4ike numberof-intersecting legs, traffic volume/spe~id,type of traffic control
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'The intersections shall be designed baing regard to. flow, speed,


composition, distribution and future growth of traffic. Design shall be
specific to each site with due regard to physical conditions of the site
available. The design of different elements of intersection shall be done
as per IRC:SP:41 ,"Guidelineson DesignofAt-grade Intersectionsin Rural
and Urban Areas" including other criteria given in this Manual.
MORTH -Type Designsfor Intersection on National Highways may also
be referred to, wherever required to develop suitable layout and design of
At-grade Intersections.
of conflict should be studied darefully
At rnulti reg intersections, the
and possibilities of realigning one or more of th? intersecting legs and
combining some movements to reduce the confl[ctirig movements shall
be examined. The object shall be to simplify the design and appropriate
control devices added to ensure more efficient and safe operation.

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where traffic on cross roads is moderate to heavy. Under this type, two cross roads
'separate.at different grades (as Road Under Bridge or Road Ouer Bridge). The access
from Project Highway to the cross roads in case of such grade separated intersections
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beyond the point'from where flaring of the main carriageway takes place shall be
. provided with lighting.
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The ~o'ncessionaireshall submit the details of the ground surveys, .traffic data, traffic
forecast, design and drawings of the inlerseclions and interchanges showing all safety
fealures to the Independent Engineer for review and comments, if any.

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: any section(s) of.the existing road is required, the same shall be specified
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4.'2.2.1 souring of materials forembantnl~ntand s~bgradecon~tr~ruction,


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4:2.2.3 The embankment and subgrade shall be compacted to satisfy the minimum
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IRC:75 taking into account slope stability, bearing capacity, consolidation, settleinent and
safety consideratlons based on geotechnical.and'~investigationdata, Where the
embankment is to be supported on a weak stratum, appropriate remediallground
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and~orestsor othctwise,,theembankment shall b designed
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'4.2.3.3 The .side slopes shall be protected against erosion by providing a suitable
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suitable protectionameasures depending on the height of the'embankment and
suseeptibilily of soil td erosion. Drainage arrangementshall be provided as per Section 6 .
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soif lnvestig'a'tions and Deslgn Report

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inve'stigations for selecting appropriate borrow pits, identifying and treating problematic
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embankment and cut sections and establishing improved ground properties. Areport on
the soil investigation shall be furnished along with the design.
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In respect. Qf embankments 'with height more. than 6 rn, additional
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foundation including the presence of.
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soil profile shall be drawn after dete.rmi?ing through borings, the type of
. : . : soil $t different levels. The'boringSs,lsallbe.at maximuminterval of 100 m
to adepth of 2 mor more below the existing ground arnecessaly. In the
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,rsla$o&hipf& heavy compaction..This informationshall be furnished, in
case pond ash is used in embankm'ent construction.

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Soil investigations for cut sections

Soil investigations,and tests shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements
specified in IRC:SP:19 and information regarding depth of water table, seepage flow,
presence of any weak, unstable or problematicstrata.
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Qesign Report
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The detailed design of the embankment, remediallground


improvement treatment where required. For embankments with
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Design of protection measures for ~mbankmentslope and drainage.


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Design of pond ash embankment in case use of pond ash is


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Any additional information relevant to the design.ofembankment.

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where
required, benching including use of slope stability measures like
pitching, breast walls, etc. shall be adopted to make the slopes stable',
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Where suchcbndilion$ exist, necessary measures shall-betaken including provision.of deep side drai~>s.tu
inlel.c$t the seepage .
flow and discharge the drained water into suitabli outlets to avoid
at* darriaye to road and cut slopes. Deslgn anddetdils of drainage
.$rangement for sub-soil and surface,water shall :be furnished. It
tjh'ould be ensured. that rain'water.and.seepage water is.quickly
drained out, fhe,gradient
not be flatkr than 1 in 200. ..
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The design and conslruction of new pavement sections, and of strengthening

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measures (overlay) lor the existing pavement shall be carried out in.iccordaico with the

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flooding, poor drainage, frost susceptible areas etc. are found to exist, adequate
measures shall be adopted to deal with such site conditlons. :

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unless otherwise specified in Schedule 'B', the Concessionalie may adopt
any type (flexiblelrigid) of pavement structure for new construction.

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Strengtheningof the'existing flexible pavement will be carried out by providing
appropriate
bituminous overlay, unless specified otherwise in Schedule 'B' of the
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The Authority may require provision of cement concrete.pavernen1on the new
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requirements for cement concrete
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Design of .Flexible,
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Flexible pavement shall be designed for a mininlrrm d e ~ i ~ n . ~ e rofi o15
years or operation period, whichever is more. Stage construction will be.
pernlissible subject to the requirements specified in para (ii) below.
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lnaintenance can be developed. by the on cession ail-e to provide Ihe.

.: specified lev'el of pavement performanceover theoperation period subject


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. .for.a minimum design period of. 15 year$ or the operation period,
'whicheveris more.and the initial bilyminousiurfacing for a minimum
:desigiperiod o j 10 years. . .
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he pavement shall be strengthened by bituminous overlay as and


when required to extend the pavement life to full operalion period.
The thickness of bituminous overlay shall bedeterrnined on Ihe basis

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Rigid pavement shall be des~gnedfor a minimum 'design period of.30


years. The stage constl.uct~onshall not be permitted.

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The pavement Quality Concrete (PQC)shall resl over Dly Lean Concrete
(DLC) subbase of 150 mm thickness.

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The DLC will rneel the rn~nirnctnicemenl and compressive slrength


end beyondthePQC
requirement as prescribed in IRC:SP:
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-"Guidelinesfor the0esign of.PlainJointed Rigid Padements for Highways".

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Below DLC layer, a properly designed drainage layer Granular Sub Base
(GSB) of 150 mni thickness shall be provided throughout the road width.
It shall be designed to obtain a drainage coefficient of not less than20 m
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The new pavelnen't surface shall savsly Ihe following standards, .'
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Clauses 902 and 903 of
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structural dr ftinctional distiess shall'not exceed the values specified in


.Schedule-K of the Concession Agreement. Generally the. pavemenl
con$tion in termsof roughness, cracking and rutting should not deteriorate
to the maximum values specified in Schedble-K for rectification, earlier
than 5 years from the original.levell from the year of rectification. Any
treatment in the form of renewallovetlay.carriedout,orrequiredto restorel
correcll improve the riding quality or any distress shall beof such thickness
. and specifica!ion that will restore the riding quality to roughness not
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be evaluated periodically through defleclion measurements (Refer to para
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. Estimate of the initial daily average traffic flow shall be -based on at least
7 days, 24 hr classified trafi ic counts,.lRC:9 may beused as guidance for carrying out the
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Any. likely change in lraffic due to proposed four laning oi the facility andlor
future development
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traffic. . .

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vehicles to be considered for design of pavement. For traffic projestionqhe procedure.
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Concessionaire shall have the option of using any of the materials1
specifications, subject to sound engineering pr,acticeand product quality
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Before strengthening treatment is prescribed, a detailed pavement condiiion
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IRC:81, unless'needed earlier for stretches exhibiting severe distress
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cracking, pavement internal drainage, sub-grade improvement1
reconstruction, or rectificationof any other deficienciesaig warranted.

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.Necessary corrective measures to.treat the identified deficiency shall be talton
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done for a minimum design period of 10 years. Subsequent strengthening
to extend the pavement to full operation period shall be implemented at
the end of initial design period or earlier, in case of any structuraldistress
in the pavement or if the surface roughness exceeds the value specified
in Schedule 'K1of.theConcession Agreement.

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specified for biturninoils surfacing for new pavement sections.

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of.~lause51 7 of MOR'TH Specifications.
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thickneis of the existing ~dvement,the paved shoulders shall b e :
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fhe.minimum standard and
nialntenan.ce.r.equir~mentipecifigd foi,.6&w pavement sections in this
Manual and ~bhedule&.bfthe Cqjckssilon~greernent.
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The thickness of bituminous overlayfor pavement strengthening shall not


be less, than 50 mrn bituminous'concrete, after attending to the
requirementsof profile corrective course. .

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completed construction foi all pavement works including sub-grade, sutj-base, base
course, bitumtnous surface courses'forboth nel\~$vement and strengthening of existirig
pavements, shoulders, service roads, etc. shall conform to the specified requirements
and complywith the provisionsof Section 900 of the MORTH Specifications.
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preceding paras for n e w
and strengthening of existing pavements, if the
pavement stiows premature distress in the form of cracking, rulting, patching, loss of

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strengtheninglresurfacinglrecycling shall be
nforrning to the rninimum
l'equirements prescribed in Schedule 'K'
Agreement. In case of
repetition of the distress, reconstruction sh

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The new pavement design and strengthening proposals fol:n.,ulated on the


' basis of the detailed investigations and studies shall be subniitted to.the Independent
. Er~gineeralongwith Data collection; Data Evaluation and Design Reports. : .

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Data collection

. Following details shall be included in the report:


i ) . Soil investigation data fornew paven~en'tsasperl'able 13.2 of IRC:SP:19.
Keport shall include OMC-dry density relatiorship wlth heavy compaction .
and soaked CBR values in addition.to,other.dat?and information as p e t
the prescribed Proforma.
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Test values,bf aggregate for pavement courses jsgor ~ableaI3.3.Vnd.
I3:4 of IR(=:sP:?s.AII tests as per tehuirements'of M0RTl-lSpeCificaiions .
shall'be reported in addition to the k s t s and information'.induded.ii~.the
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Classified trafficcounts in proforma 1 of 1RC:SP:l

iv)

Axle load surveys and VDF values for each category of commercial
veliicles as per Proforma 4 of IRC:SP:19.

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Estimation of traffic growth and lraffrc projections for pavementdesign.

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Pavement condiky data in ihe ~rc$orrnagiven in

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review andcornments, if any.

The report shall inter alia cover:

Data evaluated.- soil characteristics and subgrade strength, pavement


distress, pavement
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"iii) pavement deflection Data measured by ~enkelrnanBeam as perthe


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deflection data shall be recorded
in the prescribed Proforma videTable 3 of IRC:81. The deflection data
shall be accompanied with the characieristics of the cub-gmdo 30il
oovering typeof sub-grade soil, field rnoislure content (at the time of
deflectiori survey), average annual rainfall in the area, and pavement
temperature at the tirne of deflection survey.'

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Detailed design

The Report shall contain the detailed design of the preferred solution along with any
specid treatment proposed for adoption: Any daparlurgs from the specifications stated
herein shall be supported wlth authentic standards and specifications
and accepted:
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The design and c*'nstructioti of euriace and subsurface drains f i r highway . . .
drainage shall b.egarriedaut in. accordarjce
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structures and facilities, directions con.tained in Clause 309 of MORTH ~pecitic$ions,
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. IRC:SP:42and IRC:SP:50 as relevant shallbe foll6wnd.
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In io'dsectionsin bullin& and ~tund6r~assesihereit
may not be posuble to .
1'!. :: . . drain out the water using gravity flow, necessary arrangement for pumping shall be'made. .
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~ ~ t a i l e d : s u & efor. ~levels aloig..th& proposed longitudinal drains shall be
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The road-sidedrains shall not pose any danger.t6.traffic, slopes.of cuttings, ..
. embankment, pavement,oy stru5tures.-.
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A s fatas possible, lonsil'lidinalslope shall,"ot be'leis m


5percent fOr lined

drains and '110 p~rcerit.f'orunlined drains. Permissible lion-erodible flow velocily for
'corresponding .earthsurface as mentioned in Clause 9.4 of IRC:SP:42 shall be kept,
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in view

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The side slopes of th&unlined drains shall
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. as flat as possible and shall not
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The drains shall be provided with CC lining inthe following situations:


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When due-tospace constraint the drains are located near the toe of the
embankment or near structures.

cated in built-up areas.


'ty is morethan 0.3 rn (0.1 mis in silt and sand; and more
tiff clay.
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In built-up areas; covered or piped drains, with manholes at suitable intervals


to desilt the pipes, shall be provided.

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Median Drainage

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Pl.opcr arrangement for drainage of median Bhall be provided. The median
drain shouid have adequate longiludinal dope to the neared culvert to drain off
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ln case the car;/ageway is sloping towards unkerbed median (wider than 5 m),
'provision of a central swale shallbe made for draiGage of the'mediari: Theswale.shall
slope ~'cjngitudinal!yforarainige, water intercepted by inlets .at intervatsdnd
discharged
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. throug'h trahsverse drains into outlet channel. . . . . .. . . .

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Median of width 7 m or less shall


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drainage acrobs'the pavement.
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carriageway and, median shall be made without .allowing water. to. drain on the other
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$4.1. . in embankments, with: height more than.3 m anci,approaches,to bridges;


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Suitable catch water drains shall be provided on the hill slope above cuttingto
collect and remove surface water run-off from upper.reaches. Thsse drains shall be of
trapezoidal shape and stone lined and cement pointed.
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Tho catch water drains shall be designed to carry the intercepted waterto the
lvert or natural drainage channel.
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orinage arrangement Shall include provision i f k t r b c h i h e l a t the edges of


the roadway.to channelise ths water, and Cement Concrete (CC) lined chutes along the
slope< a! .designed .intervals to discharge the water into side channels at the bottom
alongwith'appropriate pro'tectionof the slope. The slope protection mat'ecial and chu'tes
shall be'kep! well maintained at all tinies.

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.. respect, directions contained In Clause 7 of IRC;SP:42 may be follow~das'tlppropriate
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It shall be ensured that the catch water drains are provided$Gable hill slopes
outside the periphery of slidelunstable areas.
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Where required, lined'chutes shall'be pi-ovldedto lead the discharge to the
catch pit of culvert or to a natural drainage channe!,

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jointed unperforated pipes in
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aroundpipss.
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The sub-surface drains shall be located notless than 0.5 m 'below the
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practicable to extend fhe subbase.acro.ssthe shoulder. . :

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Backfill material. shall be free draining-sand, gravel or crushed,stone


designed on inverted filtercriteria for filtration and permeability,or of an
'appropriategrading conforming to the requirementiof Table 300.3 of the
MORTHSpecIfications.,
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ii) ~hick'&& of bi~ckillrnateiial'ar&nd the pipe shall ;lot 68 lass than 150
mm. The minimum thickgess of material atjove the top of the pipe shall be
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300mm. . . . .
dram outside the road pavement shall be sealed at the top to
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The geotextile shall satisfy the requirements of Clause 702 of the MORTH
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She sub-surface drains can be provided with geotextile either along.the


trench or around the pipe or both.

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309.3 of the MORTH Specifications. '
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he drain ~ " t l e ts h i l l b e a .free. butlet and


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The sub-base shall be extended acrossthe shoulders for efficient drainage


'of pavement:' .
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n si!hsoil drainageshall be
bas@ on a rational bask: deference.may
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f he trench for aggregate drain shall be of minimum 3~ mm width and cut


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courses to be drained.

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The granular sub-bas'e shall be.of proper design and grading to perform
satisfactorily as a &ainage layer. The drainage layer shall not have material
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finerlhan 75 micron'size.
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A suitable filter of granular material or geolextile to act as filtration and

separat~onlayer shall be ~ncorporated,where necessary, between the


grade and sub-base to prevent clogging.

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~eo-technical.investigationsfor sub surface stra!a,'leyel of water table,


seepage flow etc.

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Identificationof areas requidng.sub-surfacedrainage.


Any other relevant information

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IRC:SP:l9;.IRC:SP:42, IRC:SP:48 and lRC:GP.:5O.rnay


be referred to.
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. The report shall include:

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~;tlmatio" bf design discharge.

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Design of surface drains.

iil) Deslgn of sub-surface drains.

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Alignment plan, longililciinal:and cross sbctions~co~tour'rna~.


Hydrological data

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outfalls, existing surface drains,-groundsurface condition, rainfall, flood
frequency, etc.

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The ~oncesslonaireshall carry out proper s u r ~ and


~ ~investigations
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for delailed design
of the drainage system. The proposal for drainage system supp'orted with survey
investigalion,yport and detailed design report shall be submitted lo the Independent
Engineer for review and comments, if any.

Survey, lnvestlgatlon and Design Report

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Drainage arrangement plan along with cross section of drains with


longitudinal levels, cross drainage works and a strip chart.
Specificationsoj drains. .

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~n~ additional inforrnatlon as req;lired by the IE for review of the drainage


system.
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~ e s ~ o n s i b i lfor
i t ~design and adequacy

The Concessionaire shall'be fully r'esponsible for design and adequacy of the drainage
period as per the requirements of the Concession

DESIGN O F STRUCTURES:

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shall be high level .bridges unless specified otherwise in
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All bridge.^ shall have independent.super$ructure for each direcllon of


travel unless specRed otheiwise i i i Schedule 'B'; Culvertsrnay'havesingle
or independent supeistructure.
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.All .bridgesshall be des'igned in accoidance with the relevant Codes,


Standards and ~pecificationsand Speclal Publications and Guidelines
. of the IRC. ,All construction of bridges shall,conform t o MORTH
;Specifications for Road-andBridge Works. .,
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shaO be pr&ided if the height.
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.possible,be kepl same as that In the approache.s.'ln case width of median


. . ', . .' ' is differeptfrgm that of approach section due to slte constraints, sult'able
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where the median Is more than 1.2 m wide, the mbdlan


b) ~or'brid~es,
shall be opentcsky; The safety barrier on the median side shall be
provided at a clear distance of 0.5 m from the edge of carriageway.

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portion either by extending the abulment wall or constructing a now
retaining wall. The abutment wall shall have.provision for taking the
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discharge from'the median;Care shall also betaken to merge the wing
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wall Ireturn
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ign loads and stresses shall be as per IRC:6 apprqpriate for the
arriageway, velocity of stieam, localion, altitude, environment, etc.

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used as carriageway. The footpath portion may be provided at the same
level as the bridge carriageway and separated by crash barrier in non
bu'ilt-upareas. In b~iilt-upareas, raised footpaths shall be provided.

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of new bridges shail be: same as the roadway width
.of the appro ache,^. AII. new bridges shall. have a footpath on left side
of the traffic. Typical cross section of such type of new br/dge with
footpath for a.4-lane project highwa$:is given inFig. 7.2.
Where the daily traffic in PCUs exceeds 30,000'at the time of
feasibility study1 bidding, the width of new bridge shall be as per
Six-lane standards vide details given in Fig. 7.3 with footpath. Sucll
bridges shall be indicated in Schedule '0'..

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where the lenith of bridge'structure including grade separated
str?ldures exceeds on5 km,provision shall be made for passing
p.lace at the rate of one passing place for evpry one km (or part
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shall be indicated in Schedule 'B' of the Concession
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Sub Para 7.3 (i) of this Section.

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qua1 to Ihe roadway width of the approaches.
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The culverts and Hume pipe structures shall be widened so as to


make the deck width same as specified in.Sub Para 7.3 (i) of this
Secfion. If the width of additional widening is less than 0.5 m on
either side, the widening of the structure maybe dispensed withand
traffic shall be guided with the help of crash barriers in a transition of
1in 20 on either side approaches,

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List of eulvert&o be reconsl~uctedandior *idened ~ha~lbes~ecified


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Schedhle
'B' 6fth.e ~oncession~grdem:ent.
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All Gridges which are structurally distressed shall be reconsiructed

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components like bearings, expansionjoinls, rei!ings, crash barrlers, .


wearing surface, etc., which are not. in sound condition, shall be .
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Minor non-structuralworks shall be suitably-repaired,
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-shall be guided with. the help of crash barriers in a transltion of
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a~
-those with
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T-beamlBox type supbstructure with welllpile foundation, which are
In sound condition, may be retained and proper transition between
approach and bridge sball'be provided. Typical cross sections at
deck level for bridge^ wlth and without footpaths showing new bridge .
-: On one side and existing 24ane.bridge on.the o\her side are giyen in
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andlor widened shall
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Schedule
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Cencession
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he width $ the new structures constructed on the other side of the


:existing brldge shall be as specified in Sub Para 7.3 (il) of thls

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The bridge structure should aesthetically blend with the environment.

The type and span arrangement may be flxed so as to provide rid~ng


comfort.

iii) Wherever box girders are proposed for superstructure, the minimum clear
depth inside the box shall be 1.50 m with suilable openings in the

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( ~ - ~ e a m ! ~Girder
o x Tyiie 1 Well IPile Foundation),
4-Lane Divided Hlghway (One side new Bridge and other sldes Exlsting for 2-Lane Bridge)
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diaphragms and box to facilitate inspection. Hainchas of minimum size


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extreme cornersof the.box section; Suitable 'arrangements for lighting


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estle type framesfor subslructures

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techniques is envisaged, it shall be specified in Schedule '0'of
cession Agreement.

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At1 the s'tructures shall have adequatewaterway,which shall in any care be not less than
that of existing bridge (ex'cept when such walerways can be .reduced in cases like
.clogging'or silting of spans; etc.). The.design discharge shall be evaluated for flootl ol
1OO-year. return'period.
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.invistigations>hall be carried out to,establish the soil
'required for detailed design of foundations in accordance with relevant provisions of
IRC:78
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..be.replgce.d.withpipes of minirnum 1200 mm diameter under both the
'carriqgeways. Minin~l~m
depth of eatfh cushion,ove~:glpeinc1.udin.groad .
crust shall not be less than 1000 mnl for newlrecoristructed culveds. In
case of existing sound and safeculverk, a minimum cushion of 600 rnm
may be'acceptable. In case the cushion is insufficient, encasing of pipe in
' concrete shall be ensured. Floor protbction shall be as specified in the
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Form work

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Non Pressure (NP) - 4 type conformi?g to the requirements of IS: 458:
Mlnlmurn diameter of pipes for new pipe culverts shall be 1200 mml

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shall be respopsiblc for.the .&ife,workabl.e

design and methodology


for all temporary or: permanent forins, staging-and.centeri'ng.requlredfor supportingand.
-formingthe-concreteof shape, dlmensions and surface finish as shown on the drawings
.: (Refer IRC:87). Adequate foundati0.n for the staging shall be ensured, ~edundancyin
support system shall also be ensured by providing.diagonals and actddiiional members.
The following guidelines shall be adopted:

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Formwork shall be of steel, marine ply or laminated plywood.

ii)

Only such shuttering oil (release agent)shallbe used, which permits easy
removal ci shutlers wilhout leaving stains o~.othermarks on.the surface of
the concrete. Reqair-eme:itsgiven under Clause 3.5 of IRC:87 shall also
be com~liedwith.

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. iii) In case' of tubular staging of heights more than 10 m, special attention


shall be paid to the structc~raladequacy of the system, efficacy of the

Connections (clamps etc), and foundations. Foundationblocks of adequate


thicknessin ~ 1 5 t e f i a n ~ . c o n c rShill
e t ~be provided'under tho hase plates
to provent differential 'setuemants. All bent tu6u1ar props shall be
straightened belore re.-use. and .the member wlth deviation from
straightness more than 1 in 600 ofits length shall not be re-used. For
re-used props, suitable.;edvdion in the permissible loads shall be made
depending upon their conditi~nin'accordancewith recommendations of
thernanufacturerand as reviewed
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In case of prestressed 'Concrete members, the side forms shall be


r&
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as early a~'~os$ib!e
ah@thesoffitforms shall.&r,mit movement
of member without rest<a..intf:wtienprestress is applied, Form supports
a n d forms for cast-in-situ.~membersshall.riot'beremoved until sufficient
prestrep has been applied to car[$ all inticipatedloads during
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l n ~ smethodology~p~oposed
by tho Concessionaire In the use of
.specialtemporary and enabling works like Launching Girders, Cantilever Construction
Equipment, Tall Formwork, Shoring for Earth Retention,Lifting and Handling Equipments
and the like shall be submitted to the'lridependent Engineer (IE) for his review and
comment's if any., The Concessi6nai!e.shall .be fully responsible for the design and
.structural adequa'G of all temporary and enabling works; Review by lE shall not relieve the
Concessionaire of this responsibility

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7.9.1

he design of foundations
. . . end sub-structurks shallconform to IRC:78,

7.9.2

Op.en foundations

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-The design.of open 'foundations shall conform to IRC:78. Floor. prote,ction shall be
provlded as.per Section 2500 of MORTH Specifications.
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naire shall submit a method staternent supported by the

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Bore-log details for each foundation;

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Design assumptions;

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Design calculations both:for single pile or group


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~ ~ p e .piles-~ored
of
castiin-situ piles and driven,piles;

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manufacturers a'nd name of. processlsystem;
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b) . Authenticated copies of~icensela~reement,

~ e n e r a ~ f e a t u i ~ sprocesslsystem
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al~ngwithspe~if~ations
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g) lkstallatibnand ~ n a i n t e ~ npibcedure
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Well foundations
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For conventional method of well sinlting, the Concessionaire shall submit


'a method'slatement includit~gthe following: ,
a). Design calculations and drawings,
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o'f well,
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If proprietary system of well sinking like jack down method is proposed to


be used, the Corlcessionaire shall submit relevant
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standards and justification for the thickness of steining proposed b
be adopted;
~uthenticatedcopies of licenselagreement,if any;
.Details of plant and equipment to be used along with the names of
manufacturers and name of processl~~stern;
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'~etailsof projects where the processls'ystemhas been successfully
used;
Limitations, if any;
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criteria;
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a,nd maintenanceprocedure and schedule; and

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shall include the procedure ..

. . . . ..fsr sinklng hy speclal methods, carrylng,outtests, if any,'of wells including


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c h shall be provided as per clause 2i7 of IRC:6 and ~eclion2700 of MORTH
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oncreting ill cast-in-situconslruction,side shifting ofgi~.ders,
lacing of girders on the bearings,
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Thedesign of reinforced and pre-stressed concrete superstructuresshall be
as per IRC:21 and IRC:, 8 respectively.The design of steel and steel-concrete conyosite,
.super structures shall conform to IRC:24 and IRC:22 respectively.

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Key personnel for execution andsupervision,

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Testing and sampling procedure;

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Equipment details.

Bearings

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'All bearings shali be easily accessible for inspection, maintenance and


replacement. Suitable permanent airangements shall be made fqr inspection of bearings
: . hon bridge deck. Drsiyi, a i d s y r r i i r i ~ i o of
~ ~bearings
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s t ~ be
a as per IRC:83 /Pan I, I1
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.. . . . of bearings may however conform to the relevant BIS codes nearest to the,specifications
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loca!inn on.topof pity and abl-ltmentcap and.the type qf bearingsi,e: fixedlfreelrntational
:; . . . .at each location along with notes for proper installatlon. The bearing should cater for
'movement i r i both longitudinal 'and lateral direction in respect of bridge.str.ucluresmore
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The ~oncessioniireshall obtain and submit a complete Quality Assurance
Programn~e(QAP) from t h i manufacturer. The QAP shall give the full details of the
process ofquality control, raw material testing, various stages of manufacture, testing of
. bearing components as well as testing of complete bearing in conformity with relevant .
. part of IRC:83, prior to the commencement of manufacture of the bearings.

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drawings including installailan. drawings
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replacement procedure,.
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In addition to the routine testing of the materials and bearings at the
manufacturer's premises, the Concess~onarreshall arrange testing of random samples
of one percent (minimum one number of each lype) of bearings from independent agency
approved by the IE.

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have inferior sgecificalions to those certifiedby the manufacturer or to have major
discrepancy in material specificationsorwhich fail to meetthe acceptance criteria, shall
be rejected.

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Expansion Joints
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i) . . Structures shall have minimum number of expansion]oints.f his may be


achieved by adopting longer spans, makingthe superstructure continuous

'or by adopting integrated structures. Expansion joints shall cor~formto


IRC:SP: 69. The Corlcesslonaire shall furnlsh~guaranteelproprietary
indemnity bonds from the manufacturerstsuppliersof expansionjoints fcr
a perlod of 10 years.
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lateral direction in respect of bridge structures more than 12m wide.
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For new bridges ahd culverts, the wearing coat shall have unidjrectional
,':camber and shall be in conformity with 'Section 2700 of MORTH
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d ret~iningstructuresshall not be provided for height more than
6 m unless othelwise specified, and nearwater bodies. Such structures should be given
special attention in design, construction, ground improvement where necessary,
maintenance and seleclion.,of System/System design. Loca1.and global~stabilityof the
structure'~hal1be ensured. :
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andwarranty for life of the structure from the approved
7.15.2
supplierlmanwfactuier shail be obtained and furnished. A qualified and experienced
technical representative of the approved si~pplierlmanufacturershall be present on site
n phases to ensure that the quality of the works
throughout during the ca
rdance with good indi~strypraclice.
executed by the Conce
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Acceptance tests and criteria;

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viii) Performance
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he packagirig of reinforcing elements shall clearly indicate the name of the
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..River training and protective works shall be providedwherever required for ensuring the
'safety of bridges and their approaches on either side. The special features and design of
. .various types. of. river
and
protectiveworks shall be. in.eccordance
with IRC:89.
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Foc.bridgeswithout foot paths, concrete crash barriers shall beprovided


at the edge of the carriageway.onall new brldges.
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The type design for the crash barriers may be adopted as per IRC:5. The
design loading for the crash barriers shall be as per Clause 209.7 of
IRC:6.

For bridges with foot paths, pedestrian railirtg shall be provided on the
outer s ~ d of
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Therailings of existing.bridgesshall be replaced by crash barriers,where


specified in Schedule 'B'of the Concession Agreement.

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~arapetslfiailingsof the existing bridgeslculverts to be repairedlreplaced


shall be specified irr Schedule 'U'ol the ConcessionAg~.eement.

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speclfied'in ~chedule'~'otthe
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RUB to be.provided shsl1.k as specified in this Manva1,yiih particular refeience lothe,
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In case a 2-lane bridge exists over the railway tracks, another two-lane
bridg.eshsll be constructed for one side traffic. The treatment to existing
structure..shallbe given as in-Sub-para7.3(iv) of this section.
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2-lane brid.ges shall be.constructed with overall width as given in Sub;
Para 7.3 (ii) of this Section. If the aiignme(1tof road at the existing railway
crossing has skew angle more,than45', the alignment of road or of pied
abujment shall be suitably designed to reduce skew angle up to 45'.

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requirement of the Railway authorities.
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Full roadway. width as in the approaches shall pass below the bridge
'structureallowingforwidening of Project.Highway to 6-lane at alater date.
Theservice roadswhere providedshall be continued in the bridge portion
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Section 2 of thls Manual.
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Concessionaire shall be required to obtain approvals of all designs and
drawings from the concernad Railway authorities. The design of struclure
shall be in accoidance with relevant Railway codes.
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(iv) 'the construction of RUB and its approaches *hall be carried out in
conformitywith the terms specified in thea'pproval granted by the Railway
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Repairlreplacementof damaged:railings and parapets, provision of


crash barriers,

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Replacenlent of wearing coat (aid wearing coat shall be removed


and replaced by bituminouswearing coat).,

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-Replacementof expansion jolnts,


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~trbctuierrequiring repairs and strengthening shall'be apecllled in:'
Schedule:'B1of !.he Concession Agreement. This shall. be based on"
detailed condilion survey of existing structures and shall bringout Ihe nalure
and extent of repairs to be carried out, covering the following ir! addition
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it1marine environment shall be '
.as specified in Schedule '8' of thc Concession
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?he vellieal and'lateral clearance; rhall.be as per fequir&nentsgiveiiri


Section 2 of this Manual. Desigr! of sjructllres shall conform to
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l'he location, type and length ofgrade separated structures to be provided


'0' of the
on the Project Highway shall be as specified in. Schedule
Concession Agreement.

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An effecliye draindgesystPrn for the bridge decli'sha~~be


planned, designed and
insta!led so as to edsure that water frorn'the deckis taken dqwn to ground levelldrainage
-courses,byadaquate size of drainage spouts and pipes. The type of such arrangement
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replacement of substructure/superstructure if required
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Repair lo flooring and protection works.

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Strengthenipglrehabilitation work shall becarried out in accordance with

. relevant IRC Codes and G~~idelines.

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at a particular site only after the new bridge a\ that site is constructed and
the same can be used by Ihe traffic. Before taking up the worksof repair '. '.
and widening of the existing bridge, the concessionaire shall make all ,..
'arrangementsto ensure that both way traffic can use the new bridge and .. .
. a smooth flow pf traflic ismaintained. he Concessionaire shall takeall ..
precautions to guard against any traffic accident due to such diversion . .
and shall use all necessary road sIgns,:traffic management measures ... .
etc. for the purpose. ~ f t ecomple%on
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of repair and widening of the existing .. ' .
bridge, all arrangements shall be made so that both the old and the new . ' ' .
..: bridges at the site can-beused by the ~raffrc.Repairworks forsubstructure,
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. .foundation, and abutment etc., which will r,ot affect or disturb the flow of .. .
: .traffic over t11e:existing bridges, rnay,.however, be taken up befoie
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: completion of the new bridge. In such cases where new 2-lane bridges is. . .
not required to be constructed before COD; the existing bridge shall be.
repairedlstrengthenedby suiiably regulating the traffic on the bridge or by
"tempora.rydiversion.

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The ~oncessionaireshall-submit repairs-and strengthening plan for


structures.in p.ara:(i) above !o. the 1nd.ep.endent Engineer.for.reviewand
comments, .if any.:far all.othq~struci'ures.withminor deficiencies,.nd
affecting structural inadequacies and jn.te.grity, appropriate reljair.
rneasures may bb proposedand subrnilted to the Independent ~ n ~ i n e e:r
for review and comments, if any.

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Sub soil exploration report as per IRC:78 as specified in Para 7.6 above.

Hydrological investigation report including'designdischarge calculation


for the bridges; in case of any change in the proposed waterway of any
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bridge as specified inpara 7.5 above.
iii)' . Designs and drawings of temporary works, foundations, substructures

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The Concessionaire shall furnish the design report including the follow~ngto the
Independent Eng~neerfor his review and comments, if any.

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and superstructure of structures


Detailed report regarding the bridges whose width is less than the roadway
width and the proposal for their improvement.
er informatior)relevant to lh~!design report.

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The Concessionaire shall be fullyrespon'sible for the design,structural .adequacy and


detailing of tiridge .and culve.rt siructures. .Review. by IE 'shall not relieve the
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Ail materials to be used.inworks shail be in conformitywih the requireinents. . . .


laid down for relevant item in IRCIMORTH Specifications unless othetwise
specified in this Section. If. the Concessionaire proposes to use any
material, which is not covered in IRCIMORTH Specifications, It'shall
conform to relevant IndianStandards, if there ere any, or to the International
Standards. Proprietary products proposed to be used shall be proven by
use'in comparable international road and bridge projects, and:shall be
supported with authenticatedlicensingarrangementwith the manufacturer.
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?he ~dncessionaireshall identify the proposed sources of mate;iadand


submit. the proposal prior to delivery. If it is found that proposedsources
of supply do not produce uniform and satisfactor)! products at any .time
during sxcdution, the ~oncessionilreshall procure acceptahlet!nateiials.
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conforming to the specificatipns .from
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General features 'of the productlprocesslsystem along with


specifications ond standards adopted for thc producVprocessl
.system;

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Authenticated copies of licenselagreement;

d)

Details' of projects where the productfprocesslsystem has been


successfully used;

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kcceptanbi
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. tests and criteria;

g)

Installation'and maintenance procedure and schedule; and

h)

Performance warranty.

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Name of manufacturer and n h e of ~ ~ o d u c ~ ~ ~ o c e s s ~ s ~ s t e r n ;

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In cake of manufactured items. the ~bnccssionaireshall submit details


pertainirlg to the produc~processlsy~!em
covering interalia: , .
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Structural Concrete
m e t e for use in structures shall conform to the provisions.in Clauses 302.6 to
IRC:21 and Section 1700 of MORTH ~pecificatjons';
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Any type of cement specifiedin 1RC:21 may be usedfor the works subject to limitations,
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procedure laid down in IS;2430, shall be taken Jor.each quarry source to ascertah the
. . .quality;..suitabilityand fi!ness.of ttie available material for use,in the works. ~ r e s test's
h
. shall be..conducted in case there is any change In the sourceior the type of rock.being
. . . quarried:
. The proposal, along with acopy of t'estrepo&,,
submitted..
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be carried out &.per 18:2306 (Part 1 to ~ l l l ) .he fineness modulus of fhe
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. 1632430 shall be taken for each quarry source to ascertain t,he quauty,
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. suitability and fitness of ttie available materlalfor use in the works aid the
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Water for use in the works for mixing and curlng of concrete shall be in
conformity with Clause 302.4 of 1RC:Zl.

ii) ',Water fr.om each source shall. be tested before the start of works and'
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'of the:works and the proposal along with a copy o.ftest reports shall be

submitted to the IE for r9vii.y and comments, if a.ny


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~hekical~dmixtures

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'~h&.followin~
guidelines shall applyin selection and use of admixlures:
and meet the

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sulphides, sulphates, or any other material liable to affect!tie reinforcement,
embedments or concrete shall not be used.
iii) Compatibility of admixture with .the cement belng used shall betested
before actual use in the works. 'The test shall be repeated in caseofchange
of type or grade or source of cement.
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combine with the ingredients to form harmful compounds or endanger the
protection of reinforcement against corrosion.

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itlpulated in c 2 u g e 1012.1 of
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Prestressing steel shall be subjected toacceptance tests in respect o f '


modulus of elasticity, relaxation loss at 1.000 hrs., minimum ~ltimat~tensile
. strength., stress-strain,curve etc. prior to actual ,use on works as per
gciidelines contained'ln 8814447. The modulus of ela'slicityvalue, as per
: "acc&ptanck testg, shalf@nform to the design value, which shallbe within
. a range hot more than 5percent between the maximum andthe minimum.
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Only Fe 500 grade of steel shall be used on works and all reinforcing
steel for use in works-shall be procured from mainlmajor producers. Fe
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only fresh steel shall be brought to.the.site. Every bar shall be inspected
before assembling on the wdrk; and 8efective;briltle orzburnt bars shall
be discarded. Cracked ends of bars'shall be cut before use..

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be free from.loose.rustand coats of paints, oil,
mud or any other substance, which may destroy or reduce bond. The
;reinforcement bars bent and fixed in position shall be free from loose rust
...or scales, coats of paints, oi!, mgd or c$loride contamination and other
corrosion products,, Where cleaning of corroded portions is required,
proposal for'effective method of cleaning such as sandblasting shall be
submitted to the If for prior review and comments. :.
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d high terisile steel, cast steel,.steel forgings, and stainless sfeel shall conform to
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Bitumen shall be

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and subject to the phenomenonof "Frost Heave" may Hnd less viscous bitumen resistant
to fatigue a.nd cold cracking more'appropriate.
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All materials shall be stored at proper places so as to prevent their deterioration or


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has deteriorated or has been damaged or is othenvise
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TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVlCESlROAD SAFETY


DEVlCESlROAD
SIDE
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Traffic Control Devicesi Road Safety DevicesiRoadSide Furniture shall compriseof road
signs,.road markings, object markers, hazard markers, studs, delineators;att~nuators,
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The material and specifications for Road ~ i ~ n s : s h abe
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h ~ ;signs,
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merging or diverging traffic signs, Inno clnscd <igns; ria$ ,narrowing ilgni, slip rosdsl
diversion signs, compulsory:k&ep leftlright signs, or any other signsas per lRC:67.

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. ' eqge of the curvo. The 3ign for thc curvc ahead particuldrly in mountainous and steep
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The Specifications and standards of roads signs such as chevron, overhead,


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. encapsulated lens fixed over aluminium sub-strata asper Clause 801 of MORTH
Sp~cifications.

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mounted signs shall be supported on GI pipes. Overhead signs shall be


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pedestal supporting the gantry or cantilever structure of the overhead signs shall be flushed
at the ground level and in no case shall protrude
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Hot applied thermopla;tic paint with glass beads


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Circular Iron Posts of 1.0 rn heighl covered with reflectorisedsynthetic rnateriallfilm, aS


per criteria, placement and spacing given in IRC:79 shall be pt'ovided.

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Object Markers shall he
as givenin IRC:79. ln addition, the kerbsio
the mediansltraffic islands shall be painted with black and white stripes.(blackandyellow
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islands of toll piazd:' I!' shall take repeated iinpacts withbut'any additidnal recovery

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Table 9.1 Warrants for Road Studs


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Description of sectlons

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the sharp curves. The
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roadside objects are mainly dependent upon theiype of obstacle and the
probability of their being hit.Abarrier shall be installed only if the result of
. ' vehicle striklng the bariier Is llkely to be less severe than the severity of
. ' . . accldent resulting frgm the vehicle lrnpactingthe ilnshielded obstacle.
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abutments and railing ends, roadside.rock,mass, culverts, pipes and
. . headwalls cut slopes, retainlng walls, lighting supports, traffic signs and'
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. 75 rnm x.150 rnm Slze and 5 mm thick. The rail shall be 700 rnm '. .
aboveground le?el.and postsshall be spaced 2 m center-io-center.
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The thrie beam safel) barrier shall have posts and spacers similar
'. .to .the ones mentionsd qbove for "W beam type. The rail shall be
. . . . placed at 850 mm above the ground level..This barrier has higher .initial.coslthar! the "W" beam type but Is less prone to damages to
vehicle collisions especially for shallow angle impacts. Typical details
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9 rn.The fumed dawn rail is intended to collapse on impact allowing
the vehicle to.pass over it without becoming airborne or unstable. In
order io locate the barrier terminal away from the traveled way and
to minimizedrivers'reaction to a hazard near the road by gradually
introducinga parallel barrier installation or to transition a roadside
barrier nearer the roadway such as a bridge parapet or a railing, the
d down rail shall be flared away from the roadway. Suggested
rates depending upon the design speed and type of barrier are
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Rigid barriers Seml-rlgld barrlers

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The posts in Be end treatment shou!d have?hesame c:o~s.szc:ionn


as provided in t'ke main barrier.

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At road cross-&#ions incutting or if the road transilions from cut to


fill, the safety barrlers can be'anchored In back slopes..The back
.. slope covering ti-ie.anchored.portion of the barrler should be graded
',flat with side slopes preferably -notst'eeperthan 10:l. fhe anchored
portion should develop a tensile stren,gh in the rat1elementcto prevent
the rail from pulling'out of the anchorabe. Tha barrier can also be
. . anchored in an earth berm specially oonstruct~dfethia purpbae
. prnvid~~d
the new berm itself is not a ha-r.ard,tothe traffic.Tha earth'
berm shoq(dbe made imper&.us to erosion.
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layout of the barrier and shall: be made.by the design'sngineer
keeping in view' the lateral offset of the barrier and flare.rate. The
final layout shall be asite-specific combinationof th8'se factors; The
barriers shall be as far away from the traffic as possible 'and shall
preferably have uniformclear&ncebetweenthe traficand the hazard.

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As far as possible the safetibaker shall be placed beyond 2.5 m of


the traveled way, For long and continuous stretches, this offset is not
critical. The distance between the barrier and the hazard shall not
be less than the dnflection cf the barrier by an impact of a full sized
vehicle.ln case of embankments, a minimum distance of 600 mm
shall be maintained between the barrieiandthe start of embankment
slope of a:hazardlto prevent the wheelsf~omdropping over the edge.
Typical details are shown in Fig, 9.4. . . . . .
Flatter flare rates may be used particularly where extensive grading
would be required to ensure a flat approach from the traveled.way
subject to Ihe availability of right of way.

Road Side Concrete Barriers

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Design Aspects : Roadside Concrete safety barriers are rlglo


barriers having a sloped front face and a vertical back face. The
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Fig. 9.4 Recommended Barrier Placemenl

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The @ncre@.barriermay be precast in lengthsof upto 6 rn depending . '


upon the feasibility of transport and lifting arrangements. Concrete
' gradcfor ths'ba~iersshall not be leaner than M30; The minimum
.. thickness of foundafiuns shall be 25 mm thick cement concrete or
hot .mix asphalt 'plqced at the base of barrier to provide lateral
restraint. Where mor$than 7 5 mm fhickov&lay on'the road pavement
. is anticipated, the:foundation step may be increased to.125mm.
However. longitudinal roadside 'concrete barrier should' have
elaborate footing design which.is structurally safe iinless sufficient
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the cast-in-situ .and precast barriers are
recornrnendedd~~i~ns
shown in Fig. 95 and 9.6 respectively. Based on evaluaiion of vehicle
direction, sight'distance,'structural stability and .the psychological
effect of barrier height ondriver reaction, the most desirable height
of the.medianbarceris 800 mm. Variations upto50 mm in height of
barrieican b.e made in the total height of the barrier to meet the site
requirements. jt is, however, irnporlantto maintain the height of lower
slape:belweeri200 rnm and 350 mm so as to reduce the chances of
overt'gming o f h e vehicles. .
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treatment, whlch shall be obtained by taperind the height of
terminating end of the median barrier withln'a length of 8 m to 9 m;.

Placement : Placemerit recorn~endationsf i r roadslde steel

barriers, mentioned in para'9.7.1 (ili) (c) above are applicable to


concrete barriers as
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especially on highways
. wilh narrow
.ol vehicles jumping across the medians

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are a major source of accidents. Fixed objects on mediaris also require


shielding from the trafficflow. Provision of median safety barrier in such
conditions is an important requirement.

Wanants :The requirement bf a median barrier is ifunction of the width


of the.rnedian and the traffic volurne on.the wad. Fig. 9.7 indicalus the
warrants for provision of median barriers in terms of the combination of
median wid!h and ~verage.Daily~raffic(ADT) in PCUs. At ADT less~than
20,000 PC,Us and with medians wider than 9 m, the probabilityof avehi'cle
crossing aGoss the median is iela\ively low and medlanbarriers in such
cases:are optional. Medians with width,bet;hceen 9 m and 15:m do not
warrent s barrier unless !hire is an adverse his!oryof median crossovers;.

Median barriers may be impractical where a road has a large numbeiof


close1y waced median openings since the bdrrier needs to be terminapd
with an end
treatment at those points.
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.alignmGf, sight distance, design speed, traffic volume and median width
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prior.to taking a decision to install a median barrier.
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median. If necessary, median barriers shall be,flared to encompass a
fixed objec!,,w~ch,ma~
be a lanip
. post,
. foundation of overhead signs;
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!&ee!j~edlanBarriers
. . ~ e s l ~ n ' ~ s p e :cThe
t s "W' beam barricr shall be similar to the
.roadside barrier described In Para 9.7..1 (lii) (a) above exceptthat
the "W beam shall be provided on both sldes ofthe post withsimilar.
spacers. Typical
. . dalails are indicatedin Fig, 9.8. . .

?he T h r l ~beam barrier b hail be similar to the roadside barrier .


'described.ln'~ara9;7.1 (iil) above except that the Thrie beam shall
;be provided on bolh sides of the'post with similar spacers. Typical
:details:areshown in Fig. 9.9.
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End Treatment : Steel median barriers shall be provided with a
"Turned-down-guardrail" end treatment as described in Para 9.7.1
(hi) (b) above except that no flaring is to be provided
Placement :At locations, where the two adjacent carriageways are
at the same level, the barrier shall be placed in the center of the
median, duly taking into consideration, the drainage requirements.

Types of Median ~ a r r i e r s :here arethree types of median safety barrier


viz., "W!beam type steel barrier, (Strongpost type), Thrie beam type steel
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carriageways are ~at'different.'levels,is a function'of the slopes


between the two medians.' Recommended placement for various
combinations is Indicated In Fig. 9.10. In case the median barriers.
.:. .. need,to be flared e.g. for the protection d supports to overhead
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.signs,the flare'rates.gl?e~iinTable 9.2 shall btifollowed.
b) Concrete Mefian ~8;;lsrs
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of cast-in-situ and precast median


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. opening with the twin objectives of preventingimpact by the turning


tfaffic and providing adequate sight distance to th-e turning tralfid.
:. . . . The terminating end of the median barrier shall be tapered in a length
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. mentioned in Para 9.72 .(lil)'(a) above apply to concrete median . barriers also.
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e~ullibrlumbefore i t strikss the: barrier, thus defeating the essential
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. , .. ' shall be: provided iti rural seGions.whereas @ncrete.barriers.shall be .
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provided in'b~iltiubsections; In addition to the warrants given in Para. ; . .
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Between main carriageway and footpath in bridges.

d) 'At hazardous lo.cations Identifiedin Schedule 'B' or Lhrough.safety


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Road Boundary Stones (RBS)

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in Non-level Median

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2. Placs on 25 mm g r ~ d lbed
3.'Iiigh
strength deformed
(HYSD) reinforcement
4 . .Ul'dimensions are in mm

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Way. Theseshall be sRacedat 200 rn. he boundary stones shall be of cement concrete
as per Type Design given in IRC:25, The boundary stones.shall be painted with cement
primerand enamel paint and marked !RBS' by paint.

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Kilometre and Hectornetre Stones

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The kilometre stones shall b e provided at eakh kilometre on both sides of


the Project Highway. The designand specificationof kilometre sbnes
. shall, conform to 1RC:8. The-matter to be written on various kilometre
: stones and the pattern thereof shall be as specified in IRC:8. . .

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ii)' Hectornetre (200 rn) Stones sha~l'be~rovided


at every 200 rn distance on
.both sides of the Project Highway. The design and specification of 200 m
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stones shall conform to 1&~':26.
The matter to be written on the 200 m
stones
shall
be
as
spe.cifiid
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Pedestrian k a i ~ l n ~ s l ~ u aails
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These shdll be provlded at'uticontrolled pedesirian crossings; near the public gathering

places like'educational institutions, worship piaces, hospitals, etc. cross roads; and

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as per IRC:103. The iron1


.Pedestrian ~uardrailsof ironlsteel sections shalibe
..'steelguard
rails
shall
be
finished
witti
epoxy.Primer
and
two
coats
of synthetic enamel .
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paint
after
'sand
blasting
(appropriate
corrosipn,~protoction
layer
shall
be provided in
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environment).
In
case
ironlsteel~se~ctions
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not
suitable
in corrosive
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7he ~oncesslonsireshall submit the proposals for traffic controIIr3ad &ifetydevices and
:road furniture together with drawings and details to the Independent Engineer for review
and comments, if any. The proposals shall' include type, location, material
.:specifications, installation detailsand the, requisite warranties for satisfactory fiel,d .
: . perfoknance (as applicable).
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.: The ~oncessiondreshall provide t h 6 ' ~ o l Plazas

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location df loll para rhallPe.indicated'i/ S c h 6 d u l ~ ' C ~ fCoicession*&eernent.


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.Adequate land for Toll Plaza shall be acquired to permlt the provision of toll lanes for a
projected peak. hour traffic of 20 years subject to a minimum number of 16 toll lanes
including all other buildings and structures to be accommodatedat the Toll Plaza location.
'Land shall be acquired as per provisions of the concession ~greement..

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away from road ioter~ectionsafi:dlorail crossings.
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. iii). visibility for the:aiproaching traffic

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collection system shall bespeedy, &ficie_nt and user friendly. The design oftheToll Plazas . :
. should be such that they akaesih~ticaily~pleasin~
an.d.efr'lc'knt,aridthafee:coilsctionstaff . '
' '. '.' .should be quick, courteous and adequately trained.beforedeptoyrnbnt.
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~ a out
y and Design ofioll Plaza

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is &en in Fig. 1O:I. The layo"i shall provide for .
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. . lanes shall be allowed. However, other structures as envisaged.!n the,Concession.
Agreement shall be provlded at the initial stage itself.
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'10.4.3

Traffic Islands at the toll plaza

Between each toll lane of the toll plaza, traffic islands are required lo accommodate toll
booth. These islands shali be of minimum 25 rn length and 1,8.'m width. Pratective
' . . . . . barriers of reinforced concrete and trafficimpact attenuaiors shall be'plased at the front of
each island to prevent out of control approaching vehicles crashinglint0 the toll booth.
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. painted
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with reflective chevron markings.,
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Tall booths

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shall have adequate space for seating of toll collector. computer. printer, cash box. ctc, II
should have:provision for light, fan and air conditionjng. The typical details of traffic island
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toll booth are given in Fig.. 10.2. . . . . .. . .
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. . . .: Toll bpoth.stial1be placed at,the centie bfeach iraffic Island.The toll booth shall'have large
. . . :. . . . .. glass windd.w to provlde the'toll collector with good vidbility of approachjng vehicles. The
. .. ... .: '.bottom,ofthetoll window should be' placed at such a height (0.9 in)above ground level so
. . . '.. . as to provide convenience of operation.The toll booths shall be ergonbmicailydesigned
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shall be GCTV camera.installed at each booth: . . . . .
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Foi the movement bet&& toll'6kcs and toll Mhbf eac?h.tolllane;akunderground
tunnel
aGoss all toll lanes shail:be provided, Its dimension would be sufficient t o
I.'j. ' . -',:: .:;. . accommodate.the required wiringlcable system and for convenient mavement of
1 . . personnel. It sh.oulij also be provided with lighting and. ventilat.ion system so that the
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be providedfrom four-lane section to the widened . . . . .
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z asther side.

;A I I the toll lanesand toll booths shall be covered with a canopy

ha canopy ;hall be wide .


'enough to provide weather protection to toll operators, drivers and facilities. The canopy
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. island so that there is no reslririion on visibility and lreffic rnovernenl Thevertical
clearance shall be as prescribed in this Uanual.

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w~thsurface and sub surface dra~nagesystem so (hat all

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takes
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Each ent$lan& shill be equipped with a .micrO co"t~oller baied Vehicle countingcum-Classifier unit ior counting the nurnber.01 vehicles and their axle number and.for
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. . . . . . . identification of the Gategoryof vghlcle,..?he se~i-autoniaticfoll collection system shall
:.r . ..:.:'also
have .a ticket issuing machine for issu'e of the tickets for u'ser fee at the press of a
.
entry
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Para 10.41, the ~!agekonsiruction of t011.pIazain respect of number oftdl I ? - ~ e s , ~be
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allowed. If atany time, the queue of vehicles becomes so large that the waitingtime of the .
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{would design the configurationlplacement of signsfor toll plaza which are,not g1ven.i".
lRC:67 and furnish to I for review so as to ensure uniformity of signs i.n use
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lanes'initiallyfor a projected peak hour traffic of 10 years. 'The concrete pavement maybe
widened to provide.for future toll lanes required as per stage construction. The rigid
pavement shall be designed as per IRC:58. For this work, use of paver shall not be
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Stop sign shall always be used in combination with certain road markings such a's stop
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shall be provided to enhance the safety at night on the Project Highway and to make,the
.drivers conscious of.their approaching Ithe toll gate. These.shT;IIbe-providedon'the mild
,steel .welded tubular po1e.of 1,O rn height from'road surface and with.2 m overhang.
~odiumvapourlamp of 200-250 watts should be provided for these,.poles on both sides
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interaction. The building shal! have a strong room for keeping the cash and a garage to
accommodate the security van (during operation of loading the collected revenue). There
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The toll plaza shall have toll audit syr$rnand fraud protection measures.The operations .
for toll collection, supervision, auditing and cash hand1in.g,shall be done through the .
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The Concessionaire shall plant trees a'nd shrubs of cequired number and type at the
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also maintain the trees and shrubs in good coridition.during the ConcessionPeriodas
per the maintenance schedule. The guid.elinesgiven in this Section shall be followed, in
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restrict the visibility. Most vulrierable locations in this regatd are
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lhe'inside of r:trrves, median's, junctiohcorners and cut slopes. Trees shall be placed al s
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accidegts withcatkleichidren sucidenly~prnbrgingfrom the side Uncontrolled treaY
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in plain terrain a stopplng sight distance bf 180 rn corresponding to'the design speed of
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-:innerrnpst lane. However, where there are siterestrictions their requirement may be
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12,8.2 . The Concessionaire shall establish and operate Highway patrol unit(s)manned
by-atleast two.persons apart from the driver for every unit which shall continuously patrol
ceeding 50 km and shall remain in contact with the Control
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ystem implements for transportingthe victims to the nearest traumacare hospitals, and .
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and Classifier (ATCC),:with an in.-roadloop detectors and treadles. (b) Video cameras
lit$$tqled.bn:rood wiL such pa~.qndtilts~ata~e~gthof:2.km
road is captured for video
~moaitdriiiggflraftic.(c) ~ f i e r g e n c y ~ kBoxer
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-.dataon temperature,weather, wind, (e) Mobile radios for patrol vehicles and ambulances
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Deptt. ofTelecommunlcatlons
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vertical clea'rance available afVMS shall be 5.5 m from'
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'12.12.6 The meteorologicalsensors shall comprise thermocouplelpyrometer, humidity


meter; anemometer, visibility meter and sensor for. measuring pavement surface
temperature, They shall be installedona single polewith a specificattachment and power
supply fed from the integrator. They shall have the facility to communicate on Polythene
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:detecting and recording all'categories of vehicles plyingon the Project Highwaybasedon
their length and number of axles. The systerrishall be robust and capable of operating
with minimum maintenance and.m.aybe-either piezb-electricor infrared. It should have
. . minimum accuiicy level of 99 percent. .The logic units sllall be mlcropro~es$~r
based.
The system should be able io -recordarid store vehicle data for.:a period of at least two
weeks with a Daily ~ r a f f i cVolume of up to 1,00,000 vehicles. The system shall have
compatibility to transfer the dataon PJJFlOptical Fibre Cabklby using any of the
. available'communicatio~mode like.GSM (Global System for Mobile~Communications)l
. gPRS(Ge"eral Packet ~ a d i S&i
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camera, its housing and pan, and Tilt Meads. The video.ddmera shall tie mounted st a
. . height so as to cover the ta,rg?t length of highway and the,.housing shall be able tn
withstand,adverse weather conditions. It shall have a 360angular travel In the horizontal
plane and a tilt of 90" down fl-om @ hbrlzunlal. It 6Rall have zoom.lens with mlnlmurn power
uT 30 XI auto lrls and lllf~'al.cdri~tdr,Infraredcompatlbillty for nlght'operatlon~and
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The Main ~o'ntrolCentre shall have equipment of central computer, call centre, terminal
jtinction box, unifiterrupted.power supply (UPS)., counsel operator with monitors andjoy
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sticks, rack accommodation, large display board; line printer and general purpose office.
. computer with monitor,.printer, fax and telephone. The system shall also have Network
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repeaterlamplification system, and power supply 'system. There shall be 3 or 4
ntres (as appropriate) housing all the interface equipment apart from the Control
rovided with, asapproprlate, cables, Interface,terminals (such as optical line
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All the cables shall have at least 20 percent spare capacity to.allaw for expansion.
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12.13.1 There shall be operationand maintenance centre(s) either at'the toll.plara(s)or


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withsjand vehicle loa'd's and forcee dwe to frequent.acc%lerationand decelerdtion of.
vehicles. Parking baysllots shall have propercross slope and drainage. The marking of
the pariiing bays shall be as per iRC:35 to demarcate'iarking and circulation space. .'
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The additionallnew carriageway in hilly areas may either be constructed at the


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The concessionaire shall pay due attention to geo-technical, environmental
andsocial aspects of hill roads and take.appropriate measures to ensure the.fcrllawing:
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In msuntainous and steep terrain, the scope of work defined by the~uthority
may be two-lane carriageways on different alignments (contours). In that case, the Manual
and Standards for two-laning of Highways shall apply to the two-lane
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Treatment of seyice road at bridge locations .

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SCHEDULE -E
(See Clause 4.1.3)

Applicable Permits
The Concessionaire shall obtain, as required under the Applicable Laws, the
following Applicable Permits on or before the Appointed Date, save and except to
the extent of a waiver granted by llle Authority in accordance with Clause 4.1.3 of
the Agreement:
(a)

Permission of the State Government for extraction of boulders from


quarry;

(b)

Permission of Village Panchayat and Pollution Control Board for


installation of crushers;

(c)

Licence for use of explosives;

(d)

Permission of the State Government for drawing water from


riverlreservoir;

(e)

Licence from Inspector of factories or other competent authority for


setting up Batching Plant;

(f)

Clearance of Pollution Control Board for setting up Batching Plant;

(g)

Clearance of Village Panchayats and Pollution Control ~ o a r dfor Asphalt


Plant;

(h)

Permission of 'Village Panchayat and State Ciovernment for borrow earth;

(i)

Permission of State Government for cutting of trees; and

Any other pzrmits or clearances required under Applicable Laws.

Applicable Permits, 'as required, relating to environmental protection and


conservation shall have been procured by the Authority as a Condition Precedent.

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New Delhi

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NUS YIL ROHTAK JlND HIGHWAY PRIVATE LIMITED


(the
"Concessionaire") and the Chairman, National Highways kutfioritj of India (the
"Authority") have entered into a Concession Agreement dated ................. (the
"Agreement") whereby the Authority has agreed to the Concessionaire
undertaking Design, Engineering, Construction, Development, Finance, Operation
and Maintenance of 4 Laning of Rohtak Jind Section from km 307.000 to km
347.800 of NH-71 and connecting link from km 347.800 of NH-71to km 9.400 of
NH:71A to be executed as BOT (Toll) project on DBFOT Pattern under NHDP
Phase 111 in the State of Haryana , subject to and in accordance with
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provisions of the Agreement.

(B)

The Agreement requires the Concessionaire to furnish a Performance Security to


the Authority in a sum of Rs. 14.16 cr. (Rupees Fourteen crore and Sixteen Lakhs
Only) (the "Guarantee Amount") as security for due and faithful performance of
its obligations, under and in accordance with the Agreement, during the
Construction Period (as defined in the Agreement).

(C)

We, ....................... through our Branch at ......................(the "Bank")


have agreed to furnish this Bank Guarantee by way of Performance Security.

NOW, THEREFORE, the Bank hereby, unconditionally and irrevocably,


guarantees and affirms as follows:
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The Bank hereby unconditionally and irrevocably guarantees the due and faithful
performance of the Concessionaire's obligations dgring !he Construction Period,
under and in accordance with the Agreement, and agrces and undertakes to pay to
the Authority, upon its mere first written demand, and without any demur,
reservation, recourse, contest or protest, and without any reference to the
Concessionaire, such sum or sums uplo an aggregate sum of the Guarantee
Amount as the Authority shall claim, without the Authority being required to
prove or to show grounds or reasons for its demand andlor for the sum specified
therein.
A letter from the A

hand of an Officer not below the rank of


ays Authority of India, that the
due and faithful performance of all
dance with the Agreement shall be
k. The Bank further agrees that the
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due and faithfill perrorrnance of its obligations during the Construction Period
under the Agreement and its decision that the Concessionaire is in default shall be
final, and binding on the Bank, notwithstanding any differences between the
Authority and the Concessionaire, or any dispute between them pending beforc
any court, tribunal. arbitrators or any other authority or body, or by the discharge
of the Concessionaire for any reason whatsoever.

3.

In order to give effect to this Guarantee, the Authority shall be entitled to act as if
the Bank were the principal debtor and any change in the constitution of the
Concessionaire andlor the Bank, whether by their absorption with any other body
or corporation or otherwise, shall not in any way or manner affect the liability or
obligation of the Bmk undcr this Guarantee.

4.

It shall not be necessary, and the Bank hereby waives any necessity, for the
Authority to proceed against the Concessionaire before presenting to the Bank its
demand under this Guarantee.

5.

The A~~thority
shall have the liberty, without affecting in any manner the liability
of the Bank undcr this Guarantec, to vary at any time, tilt terms iltld oondilions of

the Agreement or toextend the time or period far the co~npliancewith, fulfil~nent
andl or perfomance of aH or any of the obligations of the Concessionaire
contained in the Agreement or to.postpone for any time, and from time to time,
any of the rights and powers exercisable by the Authority against the
Concessionaire, and either to enforce or forbear from enforcing any of the terms
and conditions contained in the Agreement and/or the securities available to the
Authority, and the Bank shall not be released from its liability and obligation
under these presents by any exercise by the Authority of the liberty with reference
to the matters aforesaid or by reason of time being given to the Concessionaire or
any other forbearance, indulgence, act or omission on the part of the Authority or
of any other matter or thing whatsoever which under any law relating to suretles
and guarantors would but for this provision have the effect of releasing the Bank
from its liability and obligation under this Guarantee and the Bank hereby waives
all of its rights under any such law.

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This Guarantee is in addition to and not in substitution of any other guarantee or


security now or which may hereafter be held by the Authority in .respect of or
relating to the Agreement or for the fulfilment, compliance and/or perfornlance of
all or any of the obligations of the concessionaire under the Agreement.

Notwithstanding anything contained hereinbefore; the liability of the Bank under


this Guarantee is restricted to the ~uaranteeAmount and this Guarantee will
remain in force until the earlier of the 1" (first) anniversary of the Appointed Date

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and or claim in writing is made by the Authority on the Bank under this
rantee, no later than 6 (six) months from the date o i expiry of this Guarantee,
ghts of the Authority under this Guarantee"shal1 be forfeited and the Bank
be relieved From its liabilities hereunder. -

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Concessionaire shall have expended on Project construction an aggregate sum not
.i i-ming c i P.ohlak Jind Secrion from kn ?07.600 ro km 347.800 of NH.71 and connecting link from km
345.8iJC of i.jli.71 ro km 9.400 of NH-?!A I Q be execured 25 ROT (Toll) project nn DBFO Pailern oncici
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less than 20% (twenty per cent) of the Total Project Cost which is deemed to be
Rs.56.65 cr. (Rupees Fifty Six crore and Sixty Five Lakhs Only) for the purposes
of this Guarantee, and provided the Concessionaire is not in breach of this
Agreement. Upon request made by the Concessionaire for release of the
Performance Security alongwith the particulars required hereunder, duly certified
by a statutory auditor .of the Concessionaire, the Authority shall release the
Performance Security forthwith.
9.

The Bink undertakes not to revoke this Guarantee during its currency, except
with the previous express consent of the Authority in writing, and declares and
warrants that it has the power to issue this Guarantee arid the undersigned has full
powers to do so on behalf of the Bank.

10.

Any notice by way of request, demand or otherwise hereunder may be sent by


post addressed to the Bank at its above referred Branch, which shall be deemed to
have been duljr authorised to receive such notice and to effect payment thereof
forthwith, and if sent by post it shall be deemed to have been given at the time
when it ought to have been delivered in due course of post and in proving such
notice, when given by post, it shall be suffi~ientto prove that the envelope
containing the notice was posted and a certificate signed by an officer of the
Authority Bat the envelope was so posted shall be conclusive.

11.

This Guarantee shall come into force with immediate effect and shall rerhain in
force and effecr for a period of one year and.six months or until it is released
earlier by the Autho:ity pursuanf'to the provisions of the Agreement.

Signed and sealed this ..........day o f . ..........,20 .........at

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SIGNED, SEALED AND DELIVERED


For and on behalf of
the BANK by:
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(Signature)
(Name)
(Designation) (Code Number)
(Address)

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PROJECT COMPLETION SCI-IEDULE


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During Construction Period, the Concessionaire shall comply with the
requirements set forth in this Schedule-G for each of the Project Milestones and
the Scheduled Four-Laning Date (the "Project Completion Schedule"). Within
15 (fifteen) days of the date of each Project Milestone, the Concessionaire shall
notify the Authority of such compliance alongwith necessary particulars thereof.

Project Milestone-I

2.1

Project ~ilestone-Ishall occur on the date falling on the 180th (one hundred and
eightieth) day from the Appointed Date (the "Project Milestone-l[").

2.2

Prior to the occurrence of Project Milestone-I, the Concessionaire shall have


comm'enced construction of the Project Highway and expended not lessSthan 10%
(ten per cent) of the total capital cost set fonh in the Financial Package.

Project Milestone-I1

3.1

Project Milestone-11 shall occur on the date falling on the 365th (three hundred
and sixty fifth) day from the Appointed Date (the "Project Milestone-II").

3.2

Prior to the occunence of Project Milestone-11, the Concessionaire shall have


commenced construction of all bridges and expended not less than 35% (thirty
five per cent) of the total capital cost set forth in the Financial Package.

Project Milestone-I11

4.1

Project Milestone-111 shall occur on the date falling on the 550th (five hundred
and fiftieth) day from the Appointed Date (the "Project Milestone-111").

4.2

Prior to the occurrence of Project Milestcnc-111, thz Concessionaire shall have


commenced construction of all Project Facilities and expended not less than 70%
(Seventy per cent) of the total capital cost set forth m the Financial Package,

Scheduled Four-Laning Date

5.1

The Scheduled Four-Laning Date shall occur on the 730th (Seven hundred and
Thirtieth) day from the Appointed Date.

5.2

On or before the Scheduled Four-Laning


completed Four-Laming in accordance with

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e Scheduled
Upon extension of any or all of the aforesaid Project Milestones
Four-Laning Date, as the case may be, llnder and in accordance
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provisions of this Agreement, the Project Complction Schedule shall bc deemed
to have been amended accordingly.

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Tn compl'iance of the obligations set forth in Clause 12.3 of this Agreement, the
Concessionaire shall furnish to the Independent Engineer, free of cost, all
Drawings listed in Annex-] ofthis Schedule-H.

Additional drawings

If the hldtpeodelfl Ellginrer determines that for discharging its duties and
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any drawings other than those listed in
functions under this ~ ~ r e e m e nitt requires
Annex-I, it may by notice require the Concessionaire to prepare and fumish such
drawings forthwith. Upon receiving a requisition to this effect, the Concessionaire
shall promptly prepare and fumish such drawings to the Independent Engineer, as
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List of Drawiugs

All the Drawings that the'concessionaire is required to.furnish rmder Clause 12.3
Specifying the Drawings for Four-L,aning are as under.
Horizontal and Vertical Alignment with details of reference pillars, Horizontal
Intersection Points, Vertical Intersection Points, elements of curves, and sight
distances.

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Cross-section at 50m interval along the alignment within ROW

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Detailed drawings of individual Bridges and Structures
Detailed drawings for individual culverts
Detailed layout drawings for intersections and interchanges
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Driwings for Road sign, Markings, Toll


lay-bys.

Bus bays, Parking areas, truck

Detailed layout drawings for traffic circulation for service roads, for vehicular
including cross-section drawings through vehicular and pedestrian underpasses at
the project road level and the structure bed level
Street lighting
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Traffic aid post
Medical aid post
Vehicle rescue post
Traffic management drawings for safety in construction zones
Detailed drawings of road side furniture and safety structures
Any other drawings for c ~ ~ ~ l e t of
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TESTS
Schedule for Tests
The Concessionaire shall, no later than 30 (thirty) days prior to the likely
completion ofFour-Laning, notify the Independent Engineer and the Authority of
its intent to subject thc Project Ilighway to Tests, and no later than 7 (seven) days
prior to the actual date of Tests, furnish to the Independent Engineer and the
Authority detailed inventory and particulars of all works and equipment forming
parr of Four-ianing.
The Concessionaire shall notify the Independent Eneinaar o f its readiness to
subject the Project Highway to Tests at any time aftcr 7 (scvcn) days from the
date of such notice, and upon receipt of such notice, the Tidependent Engineer
shall, in consultation with the Cur~cessionaire,determine the date and time for
each Test and notify the same to the Authority who may designate its
representative to witness the Tests. The Independent Engineer shall thereupon
c.onduct the Tests itself or. 'cause any of the Tests to be conducted in accordance
with Article 14 nnd this Schedule-I..
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Visual and physical Test: The Independent Engineer shall conduct a visual and
physical check of Four-Laning to determine that all works and equipment forming
part thereof conform to the provisions of this Agreeroent.
Test drive: The Independent Engineer shall undertake a test drive of the Project
Highway by a Car and by a fulIy loaded Truck to determine that the quality of
service conforms to the provisions of the Agreement.
Riding quality Test: Riding quality of each lane of the carriageway shall be
checked with the help of a calibrated bump integrator and the maximum
pzrmissible roughness for purposes of this Test shall be 1,800 (one thousand and
eight hundred) mm for each kilometre.
Pavewent Composition Test: c he thickness and composition of the pavement
structure shall be checked on a sample basis by digging pits to determine
conformity of such pavement structure with Specifications and Standard
sample shall consist of one pit in each direction of travel to be chosen at r
in each stretch of 5 (five) kilometres of the Project Highway. The first pit
sample shall be selected by the Independent Engineer through an open
lots and every fifth kilometre from such first pit shall form part of the sa
this pavement quality Test.
Cross-section Test: The cross-sections of the Project Highway shall be che
on a sample basis through physical measurement of their dimensions for
determining the conformity theRrjf with Specifications and Standards. For thc

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road portion, the sample shall consist of one spot to be selccted at random in each
stretch of 1 (one) kilometre of the Project Highway. The first spot for the sample
shall be selected by the Independent Engineer through an open draw of lots and
the spots located at every one kilometre from such first spot shall form pait.oPthe
sample. For the bridge portion, one spot shall be selected at random by the
Independent Engineer in each span of the bridge.
Striictural Test for bridges: All major and minor bridges constructed by the
Concessionaire shall be subjected to the Rebound Hammer and Ultrasonic Pulse
Velocity tests, to be conducted in accordance with the procedure described in
Special Report No. 17: 1996 of the IRC Highway Research Board on Nondestructive Testing Techniques, at two spots in every span, to be chosen at
random by the Independent Engineer. Bridges with a span of I5 (fifteen) metres
or more shall also be subjected to load testing.

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Other Tests: The Independent Engineer may require the Concessionaire to carry
out or cause to be carried additional Tests, in accordance with Good Industry
Practice, for determining the compliance of the Project Highway with
Specifications and Standards.

Environmental audit: The Independent Engineer shall carry out a check to


determine conformity of the Project Highway- with the environmental
requirements set forth in Applicable Laws and Applicable Permits.
Safety review: Safety audit of the Project~Highwayshallhave been undertaken by
the Safety Consultant as set forth in Schedule-L, and on the basis of such audit,
the Independent Engineer shall determine conformity of the Project Highway with
the provisions of this Agreement.

Agency for conducting Tests

All Tests set forth in this Schedule-I shall be conducted by the Independent
Engineer or such other agency or person as it may specify in consultation with the
Authority.
CompletionlProvisional Certificate
Upon successful completion of Tests, the Independent Engineer shall issue the
Completion Certificate or the Provisional Certificate, as the case may be, in .
accordance with the provisions of Article 14.

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(See Clalises 14.2 & 14.3)

COMPLETION CERTIFICATE
I, ..................... (Name of the Independent Engineer), acting as lndcpendent
Engineer,' under and in accordance with the Concession Agreement dated
............(the "Agreement"), for 4 Laning of Rohtak Jind Section from krn
307.000 to km 347.800 of NH-71 and connecting link f b m krn 347.800 of NH-71
to km 9.400 of NH-71A to be executed as BOT (Toll) project on DBFO Pattern
under NHDP Phase 111 in the State of Haryana (the "Project Highway") on
desigil, belld, I i ~ t l t a . uperile und transfer (DBFOT) basis, through
..................(Name of Concessionaire), hereby certify that the Tesu specified
in Article 14 and Schedule-I of the Agreement have been successfully undertaken
to determine compliance of the Project Highway with the provisions of the
Agreement, and I am satisfied that the Project Highway can be safely and reliably
placed in commercial service of the Users thereof.

It is certified that, in terms of the aforesaid Agreement, all-works forming part of


pour-Laning] have been completed, and the Project Highway is hereby declared
fit for entry into commercial operation on this the ......... day of ...;.....20 .....
SIGNED, SEALED AND DELIVERED
For and on behalf of
the INDEPENDENT ENGINEER by:
(Signature)

mame)
(Designation)
(Address)

Laning of Rohtak Jind Section from km 307.000 to km 347.800 of NH-71 and connecring link from km
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PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE

I, ........................(Name of the Independent Engineer), acting as Independent


Engineer, under and in accordance with the Concession Agreement dated
................ (the "Agreement"), for 4 Laning of Rohtak Jind Section from km
307.000 to km 347.800 of NH-71 and connecting link from km 347.800 of NH-71
to km 9.400 of NH-71A to be executed as BOT (Toll) project on DBFO Pattern
undkr NHDP Phase III in the State of Haryana (the "Project Highway") on
dedgn, build, finance, operatc and transfer (DBFOT) basis through
........................ (Name of Concessionaire), hereby certify that the Tests
specified in Article 14 and Schedule-I of the Agreement have been undertaken to
determine compliance of the Project Highway with the provisions of the
Agreement.
Construction Works that were found to be incomplete andlor deficient have been
specified in the Punch List appended hereto, and the Concessionaire has agreed and
accepted that it shall complete andlor rectify all such works in the time and manner
set forth in the Agreement. (Some of the incomplete works have been delayed as a
'result of reasons attributable to the Authority or die to Force Majeure and the
Provisional Certificate cannot be withheld on this account. Though the remaining
incomplete works have been delayed as a result of reasons attributable to the
concessionaire,)@ I am satisfied that having regard to the nature and extent of
such incomplete works, it would not be prudent to withhold commercial operation
of the Project Highway, pending completion thereof.
In view of the foregoing, I am satisfied that the Project Highway can be safely and
reliably placed in commercial service of the Users thereof, and in terms of the
Agreement, the Project Highway is'hereby provisionally declared fit for entry into
commercial operation on this the ............day of ........... 20 ......
ACCEPTED, SIGNED, SEALED
AND DELIVERED
For and on behalf of
CONCESSIONAIRE by:

(Signature)
(Name and Designation)
(Address)

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DELIVERED
For and on behalf of
INDEPENDENT ENGINEER by:

(Signature)
(Name and Designation)
(Address)

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Laning of Rohtak Jind Section from km 307.000 to km 347.800


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The Concessionaire shall, at all times, operate and maintain the Project Highway
in accordance with the provisions of the Agreement, Applicable haws and
Applicable Permits. Jn particular, the Concessionaire shall, at all tirnes during the
Operation period, conform to the maintenatice requirements set forth in this
Schcdiile-K (the."Maintenance Requirelpents").

1.2

'Ihe Concessionaire shall repair or rectify any defect or deficiency set forth in
Paragraph 2 of this Schedule-K within the time limit specified therein and any
failure In &Is behalPshall constitute a,breach of the Agreement. Upon occurrence
of any breach hereunder, the Authority shall be entitled to recover Damages as set'
forth in Clause 17.8 of the Agreement, w i t h o ~prejudice to the rights of the
Authority under the Agreement; including Termination thereof.

Repairlrectification of defects and deficiencies

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shall include repair and rectification of the defects and deficiencies sp5cified in
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In respect of any defect or deficiency not specified in Annex - I of this ScheduleK, the Concessionaire shall undertake repair or rectification in accordance with
Good Industry Practice.

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specify the permissible limit of deviation or deterioration with reference to the
Specifications and Standards, and any deviation or deterioration beyond the
permissible limit shall be repaired or rectified by the Concessionaire within the
time limit specified by the Independent Engineer.
Extension of time limit
Notwithstanding anything to the contrary specified in this ~chedille-K,i
nature and extent of any defect, or deficiency justifies more time for its rep
rectification than the time specified herein, the Concessionaire shall be entitl
additional time in conformity with Good Industry Practice. Such additional
shall be determined by the Independent Engineer and conveyed to
Concessionaire and the Authority 'with reasons thereof.

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or risk of damage to property, the Concessionaire shall promptly take all
reasonable measures for eliminating or minimizing such danger.

Daily ~ n s ~ e c t i obyn the Concessionaire

The Concessionaire shall, through its engineer, undertake a daily.visual inspecti011


of the Project Highway and maintain a record thereof in a register to be kept in
such form and manner as the Independent Engineer may specify. Such record
shall be kept in safe custody of the Concessionaire and shall be open to inspection
by the Authority and the lndepcr~dentEngineer at any time during office hours.
Divestment Requirements

All defects and deficiencies specified in this Schedule-K shall be repaired and
rectified by the Concessionaire so that the Project Highway conforms to the
Maintenance Requirements on the Transfer Date.

Display of Schedule - K
The' Concessionaire shall display a copy of this Schedule-K at the Toll Plaza[s]
along with the Complaint Register stipulated in Article 46.

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The Concessionaire shall repair and rectify the defects and deficiencies specified in this
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Nature of defect o i deficiency

repair1 rectification

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(a) Carriageway and paved shoulders

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(ii) Roughness value exceeding 2,500 rnrn in n stretch
of 1 km (as measured by a standardised
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(iii) Pot holes

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(v) .Rutting exceeding 10 mmin more than 2% of road


surface in a stretch of I km (measured with 3 m

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(vi) Bleedinglskidding

- 7 days

(vii) Raveliing/Stripping of bitumen surface exceeding


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(b) Hardiearth sho~ilders,side slopes, drains and culverts

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(iv) Rain cutsJguIlies in slope


(v) Damage to or silting of culverts and side
drains during and immediately preceding the rainy
season

(vi) Desilting of drains in


urbanlsemi-urban areas

7 days

48 hours

7 days

(c) Road side furniture including road signs and pavement marking

48hours

Any major failure oithe system

24 hours

Faults and minor failures

8 hours

(i) Obstruction in a minimum head-room of 5 m


above carriageway or obstruction in visibility of
road signs

24 hours

(ii) Deterioration in health of trees and bushes

(iii) Replacement of trees and bushes

90days

(iv) Removal of vegetation affecting sight line and


road structures

15 days

(ii) Defects in electrical, water and san~tary


installat~ons

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Damage to shape or position;


poor visibility or loss of retro-reflectivity

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Street lighting and telecorn (ATMS)

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(e) Trees and plantation

Timely watering and


treatment

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(i) Failure of toll collection equipment or lighting

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(ii) Damage to toll plaza

7 days

(h) Other Project Facilities and Approach roads

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pedestrian facilities, truck lay-bys, bus-bays, husshelters, cattle crossings, Traffic Aid Posts,
Medical Aid Posts and other works

15 days

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Superstructure of bridges

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(i) Scouring and/or cavitation

15 days

(c) Piers, abutments, return walls and wing walls of bridges

(i) Cracks and damages including


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(i) Deformation

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approaches

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(v) Damage to wearing coat

15 days

(vi) Damage or deterior~tionin approach slabs,


pitching, apron, toes, floor or guide bunds

30 days

(vii) Growth of vegetation affecting the structure or


obstructing the waterway

15 days

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1.1

Safety Requirements aim a t reduction in injuries, loss of life and damage to


property resulting from accidents on the Project Highway, irrespective of the
person(s) at fault.

1.2

Users of the Project Highway include motorised and non-motorised vehicles as


well as pedestrians and animals involved in, or associated with accidents.
Vulnerable Road Users (VRU) include pedestrians as well as riders of motorised
two-wheelers, bicycles and other vehicles which do not provide adequate
occupant protection.

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1.4

Safety Requirements .apply to all phases of construction, operation and


maintenance'with emphasis on identification of factors associated with accidents,
consideration of the same, and implementation of appropriate remedial measures.
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regulation such as road signs, pavement marking, tiaffic control devices, roadside
furniture, highway design elements, enforcement and emergency response.
Obligations of the Concessionaire

The Concessionaire shall abide by the following insofar as they relate to safety of
tha Users:
(a)

Applicable Laws and Applicable Permits;

(b)

Manual for ~ a f e t y i nRoad Design, issued by MORTH;

(c)

relevant StandardstGuidelines of IRC relating to safety, road geometries,


bridges, culverts, road signs, pavement marking and roadside

(d)

provisions of this Agreement; and

(e)

Good Industry Practice.

Appointment of Safety Consultant


For carrying out safety audit of the Project Highway under and in accordance with
this Schedule-L, the Authority shall appoint from ~imeto time, one or more
qualified firms or organisations as its consultants (the "Safety Consultant"). The
Safety Consultant shall employi'team corn rising. wiihos: limitation, one road

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Highway,.

Safety measures during Development Period


No later than 90 (ninety) days from the date of this Agreement, the Authority
shall appoint a Safety Consultant for carrying out safety audit at the design stage
of the Project. The Safety Consultant shall collect data on all fatal crashes and
other road accidents which occurred on the Project Highway in the preceding two
years by obtaining copies of the relevant First Information Reports (FIRs) from
the police stations having jurisdiction. The information contained in such FIRs
shall be summarised in the form prescribed by IRC/MORTH for this purpose and
the data shall be analysed for the type of victims killed or injured, impacting
vehicles, location of accidents and other relevant factors.
The Concessionaire shall provide to the Safety Consultant, in four copies, the
relevant drawings containing the design details that have a bearing on safety of
Users (the "Safety Drawings"). Such design details shall include horizontal and
vertical alignments; sighuines; layouts of intersections; interchanges; road crosssection; bridges and culverts; side drains; provision for parked vehicles, slow
moving vehicles (tractors, bullock carts, bicycles) and pedestrians; bus bays; truck
lay-bys; and other incidental or consequential information. The Safety Consultant
shall review the design details and forward three copies of the Safety Drawings
with its recommendations, if any, to the Independent Erigineer who shall record
its comments, if any, and forward one copy each to the Authority and the
Concessionaire.
The accident data and the des~gndetails shall be compiled, analysed and used by
the Safety Consultant for evolving a package of recommend tions consisting of
safety related measures for the Project Highway. The sa ety audit shall be
completed in a period of three months and a report thereof (the "Safety Report")
shall be submitted to the Authority, in five copies. One copy each of the Safety
Report shall be fomarded by the Authority to the Concessionaire and the
Independent Englneer forthwith.

The Concessionaire shall endeavour to incorporate the recommendations of the


Safety Report in the design of the Project Highway, as may reasonably be
required in accordance with Applicable Laws, Applicable Permits, Manuals
Guidelines of MORTH and IRC, Specifications and Standards, and Good Ind
Practice. If the Concessionaire does not agree with any or all of
recommendations, it shall state the reasons thereof and convey them t
Authority forthwith. In the event that any or all of the works and ser
recommended In the Safety Report fall beyond the scope of Schedul
Schedule-C or Schedule-D, the Concessionaire shall make a report thereon
seek the instructions of the Authority for funding such works in accordance
the provisions of Article 18.
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two years in the manner specified in Paragraph 4.1 of this Schedule-L. It shall
study the Safety Report for the Development Period and inspect the Project
Highway to assess the adequacy of safety measures. The Safety Consultant shall
complete the safety audit within a period of 4 (four) months and submit a Safety
Report recommending a packagc of additional road safety measures, if any, that
are considered essential' for reducing accident hazards on t h e Project Highway.
Such recommendations shall be processed, nlutatis rnutand~XaTd-acted @n in
the manner set forth in Paragraphs 4.3,4.4 and 4.5 of this Schedule-L.

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6.1

The Concessionaire shall develop, in~pIement,andadminister a surveillance and


safety programme for Users, .including correction of safety violations and
deficiencies and all other actions necessary to provide a safe environment in
accordance with this Agreement.

6.2

The concessionaire shall establish a Highway Safety Management Unit (the


"HSMU") to be functional on and after COD, and designate one of its
be in-charge of the HSMU. Such officer shall have specialist
training in road safety and traffic engineering by having
conducted by a reputed organisation on the subject.

6.3

Tbe Concessionaire shall keep a copy of every FIR recorded by the Po


respect to any accident occurring on the Project Highway. In addi
Concessionaire shall also collect data for all cases of accidents not recor
the Police but where a vehicle rolled over or had to be towed away. The
information so collected shall be sumrnarised in the form prescribed b; IRCl
MOSRTH for this purpose. The Concessionaire shall also record the exact
location of each accident on a road map. The aforesaid data shall be submitted to

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Period for the safety.of workers and road Users in accordance with the guidelines
of IRC for safety in construction zones, and notify the Authority and the
Independent Engineer about such arrangements.

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A Safety Consultant shall be appointed by the Authority, no .later than 4 (four)
months prior to the expected Project Colnplclion Date, for carrying 0.111 n safcty
audit of the cnmpleted Construction Works.

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Report, send their respective comments thereon to the Authority, and no later than
IS (fifteen) days of receiving such comments, the Authority shall review the same
alongwith the Safety Report and by notice direct the Concessionaire to carry out
any or all of the recommendations contained therein with such modificafions as
the Authority may specify; provided that any works or services required to be
undertaken hereunder shall be governed by the provisionsof Article 18.

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and when appointed.
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The Concessionaire shall submit to the Authority before the 31st (thirty first) May
of each year, an annual report (in ten copies) containing, without limitation, a
detailed listing and analysis of all accidents of the preceding Accounting Year and
the measures taken by the Concessionaire pursuant to the provisions of Paragraph
6.1 of this Schedule-L for averting or minimising such accidents in future.

6.5

once in every Accountir~gYear, a safety audit shall be carried out by the Safely
Consultant to be appointed by the Authority. It shall review a n d analyse the
annual report and accident data of the preceding year, and undertake an inspection
of the Project Highway. The Safety Consultant shall complete the safety audit
wirhin a period of 1 (one) month and submit 'a Safety Report recommending
specific improvements, if any, required to be made to the road, bridges, culverts,
markings, signs, road furniture and Project Facilities,. including cattle crossings
. and pedestrian crossings. Such recommendations shall .be processed, mufatis
mutandis, and acted upon in the manner set forth in Paragraphs 4.3,4.4 and. 4.5. of
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Costs and expenses incurred inwmnection with the Safety.Requirements set forth
herein, including the provisions of Paragraph 2 of this Schedule, shall be met in
accordance with Article 18, and in particular, the remuneration of the Safety
Consultant, safety audit, and costs incidental thereto, shall be met out of the
Safety Fund.

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MONTHLY FEE STATEMENT


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Highway: 71 and connectirig link from km 347.8013 of NH-71 to km 9.400 of NH- .
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Traffic sampling
The Authority may, in its discretion and at its own cost, undertake traffic
sampling, pursuant to Clause 22.3, in order to determine the actual traffic on the
Project Highway. Such traffic sampling shall be undertaken through the
Independent Engineer in the manner set forth below.

Manual traffic count


The Independent Engineer shall employ the required number of enumerators who
shall count, classify and record all the vehicles as they pass by, and divide the
survey into fixed time periods. The count stations shall be located near the Toll
Plazas on a straight section of the road with good visibility. The survey shall be
conducted continuously for a minimum of 24 (twenty four) hours and maximum
of 7 (seven) days at a time. The count period shall be I 5 (fifteen) minutes with
results summarised hourly.

Automatic traffic count


For automatic traffic count to be conducted on intermittent (non-continuous)
basis, the Independent Engineer shall use suitable and standardised equipment to
classify and record the range of vehicles passing through the Toll Plazas. For this
purpose, the counter shall be checked with at least 100 (one hundred) vehicles,
including all majo~vehicletypes, over a range o f speeds to ensure that all vehicles
are being counted and classified correctly.

Variation between manual and automatic count


~ v e i a g eDaily Traffic. (ADT) for each type of vehicle shall be'deterrnined
separately by the aforesaid two methods and in the event that the number of
vehicles in any category, as counted by the manual method, varies by more than
1% (one per cent) of the number of such vehicles as.counted by the automatic
method, the manual and automatic count of such category of vehicles shall be
repeated, and in the event of any discrepancy between the two counts in the
second enumeration, the average thereof shall be deemed to be the actual traffic.
For the avoidance of doubt, it is expressly agreed'that
consultation with the Concessionaire, adopt modified or a
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(See Clause 23.1)

SELECTION OF INDEPENDENT ENGINEER


Selection of Independent Engindcr
The provisions of Part I1 of the Standard Bidding Documents for Consultancy
Assignments: Time E h e d (Volume V) issued by the Ministry of Finance, GO1 in
July, 1997 or any substitute thereof shall apply, mutatiasn~utonds,for invitation of
bids and evaluation thereof save as otherwise provided herein.
The Authority shall invite expressions of interesc from consulting engineering
firms or bodies corporate tn undertake. and perform the duties and functions set
forth in Schedule-Q and thereupon shortlist 10 (ten) qualified fums in accordance
with pre-determined criteria. The Authority shall convey the aforesaid list of f i n s
to the Concessionaire for scrutiny and comments, if any, The Concessionaire shall
be entitled to scrutinise the relevant records of the Authority to ascertain whether
the .selection of firms has beenundertaken in accordance with the prescribed
procedure and it shall send its comments, if any, to the Authority within 15
(fifteen) days of receiving the aforesaid list of firms. Upon receipt of such
comments, if any, the Authority sl~all,aflcr considering all relevant factors,
finalise and constitute a panel of 10 (ten) firms (the "Panel of Firms") and
convey its decision to the Concessionsire.
The Authority shall invite the aforesaid firms in the Panel ofFirms to submit their
respective technical and financial offers, each in a separ'ate sealed cover. All the
technical bids so received shall be opened and pursuant to the evaluation thereof,
the Authority shall shortlist 3 (three) eligible firms on the basis of their technical
scores. The financial bids in respect of such 3 (three) firms shall be opened and
the order of priority as among these firms shall be determined on the basis of a
weighted evaluation where technical and financial scores shall be assigned
respective weights of 80:20.
In the event that the Authority shall follow the selection process specified in the
Model RFP for selection of Technical Consultants, as published by the Ministry
of Finance/ Planning Commission, the selection process specified i
Schedule-P shall be deemed to be substituted by the provisions of the said
RFP and the Concessionaire shall be entitled to scrutinise the relevant r
forming part of such selection process.
Fee and expenses

In determining the nature and quantum of duties and services to be perfo


the Independent Engineer during the Development Period and Constru
Period, the Authority shall endeavour that payments to the Independent Engineer
on account of fee and expenses do not exceed 2% (two per cent) of the Total
Project Cost. Payments not exceeding such 2% (two per cent) shall be borne
equally by the Authority and the Concessionaire in accordance with the
provisions of this Agreement and any pa rnents in excess thereof shall be borne

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Independent Engineer during the Operation Period shall be determined by the
Authority in conformity with the provisions of this Agreement and with' due
regird for economy in expenditure. All payments made to the Independent
Engineer on account of fee and expenses during the Operation Period, shall be
borne equally by the Authority and the Concessionaire.
Constitution of fresb panel
No later than 3 (three) years from the date of this Agreement, and every 3 (three)
years thereafter, the Authority shall prepare a fresh panel of f m s in accordance
with the criteria set forth in this Schedule-?; provided that the Authority may, at
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Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Schedule, the
Authority .may in its discretion appoint a government-owned entity as the
Independent Engineer; provided that such entity shall be a body corporate having
as one o f its primary function the provision of consulting, advisory and
supervisory services for engineering projects; provided further that a governmentowned entity which is owned or controlled by the Authority and/or MoRTH shall
not be eligible for appointment as Independent Engineer.
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These Tenns of Reference for the Independent Engineer (the "TOR")are being
specified pursuant to the Concession Agreement dated ............... (the
"Agreement"), which has been entered into between the Authority and MIS VIL
Rohtak Jind Highway Private Limited (the "Concessionaire") for 4 Laning of
Rohrak Jind Section from Lm 307.000 to hti 347.800 uf NH-71 and connecting
i i n ~from km 347.800 of NH-71to km 9.400 o f NH-71A to be executed as BOT
(Toll) project on DBFO Pattern under NHDP Phase III in the State of Haryana on
design, build, finance, operate and transfer (DBFOT) basis;and a copy of which
is annexed hereto and marked as Annex-A to form part of this TOR.
This TOR shall apply to construction, operation and maintenance of the Four-

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ncfinltions and interpretation

2.1

The words and expressions beginning with or in capital letters used in this TOR
an& not de.fined herein but defined in the Apeetnent sbballhave, nniess repugnant
to the context, the meaning respectively assigned to them in the Agreement.

2.2

Refcrenccs to Articles, C1a11sr.Sand Schedules in this TOR shnll, except whcrc the
context otherwise requires, be decmcd to'be references to the Articles, Clauses
and Scl~edultsof drr: Ag~.eerr~ent,
and references to Paragraphs shall be deemed to
be references to Paragraphs o f this TOR.

2.3'

'I'he rules of interpretation. stated in Clauses 1.2, 1.3 and 1.4 of the Agreement
shall apply, muratis murandis, to this TOR.

Role and functions of the Ind,ependent Engineer

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(i)

review of the Drawings and Documents as sel forth in Paragraph 4;

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review, inspection and monitoring of Construction Works as


Paragraph 5;
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conducting Tests on comp!etion of construction and issuing


Provisional Certificate as set forth in Paragraph 5;

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review, inspection and monitoring of O&M a s set forth in

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review, inspection and monitoring of Divestment Requirements as set


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determining, as required under the Agreement, the costs of any works or


services andlor their reasonableness;

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determining, as required under the Agreement, the period or any extension


thereof, for performing any duty or obligation;

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and

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undertaking all other duties and functions in accordance with


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The Independent Engineer shall discharge its duties in a fair, impartial and
efficient manner, consistent with the highest standards of professiona! integrity
and Good Industry Practice.

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During the ~eveloplnentPeriod, the Independent Engineer shall undertake a


detailed review of the Drawings to beturnlshed by the Concessionaire along with..
supPofling data, . including the geo-technical and hydrological investigations,
characteristics of materials from borrow areas and quarry siW, topographical
surveys and traffic surveys. The Independent Engineer shalI complete suchreview
and send its comrnents/observations to the Authority and the Concessionaire
within I5 (fifteen) days of receipt o f such Drawings. In panicular, such comments
shall specify the conformity or.otberwise of such Drawings with the Scope of the
Project and Specifications and Standards.
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The Independent Engineer shall review any modified Drawings or supporting


Documents sent to it by the Concessionaire and furnish its comments within 7
(seven) days of receiving such Drawings or Documents.

4.3

The Independent Engineer shall review the Drawings sent to it by the Safety
Consultant in accordance with Schedule-L and furnish its comments thereon to
the Authority and the Concessionaire within 7 (seven) days of receiving such
Drawings. The Independent Engineer shall also review the Safety Report and
furnish its commants thereon to the Authority within IS (fifteen) days of
receiving such report.

4.4

The Independent Engineer shalI review the detailed design, construction


methodology, quality assurance procedures and the procurement, engineeri
construction time schedule sent to it by the Concessionaire and fum
comments within 15 (fifteen) days of receipt thereof,

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comment on the EPC Contract or any other contract for construction,
and maintenance of the Project Highway, and furnish its comments wit
(seven) days from receipt ofsuch reference from the Authority.

Construction Period

5.1

In respect of the Drawings, Documents and Safety Report received by the

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The Independent Engineer shall review the monthly progress report furnished by
the Concessionaire and send its comments thereon to the Authority and the
Concessionaire within 7 (seven) days of receipt of such report.

5.3

The Independent Engineer shall inspect the Construction Works and the Project
Highway once every month, preferably after receipt of the monthly progress
report from the ~oncessionaire,but before the 20th (twentieth) day ofeach month
in any case, and 111ake out a report of such inspection (the "Inspection Reporl")
setting forth an overview of the status, progress, quality and safety of
construction, including the .work methodology adopted, the materials used and
their sources, and conformity of Construction Works with the Scope ofthe Project
and the Specifications and Standards. in a separate section of the inspection
Report, the Independent Engineer shall describe in reasonable detail the lapses,
dafccts or dcflciehcics observed by it in tht: construction of the Project Highway.
The Inspection veport shall also contain a review of thc maintenance ofthe
existing lanes in conformity with the provisions of the Agreement. The
Independent Engineer -shall send a copy of its Inspection Report to the Authority
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For determining that the Construction Works conform to Specifications and


Standards, the Independent Engineer shall require the Concessionaire to carry out,
or CRIISI: to be carricd out, tests on a samplc basis, to be specified by the
Independent Engineer in accordance with Good Industry Practice for quality
assurance. For purposes of this Paragraph 5.5, the tests specified in the IRC
Special Publication-1 1 (Handbook of Quality Control for Co~lstructiunof Roads
and Runways) and the Specifications for Road and Bridge Works issued by
MOSRTH (the "Quality Control Manuals") or any modification/substitution
thereof shall be deemed to be tests conforming to Good Industry Practice for
quality assurance. The Independent Engineer shall issue necessary directions to
the Concessionaire for ensuring that the tests are conducted in s fair and efficient
manner, and shall monitor and review the results thereof.

5.6

The sample size of the tests, to be specified by the Independent Engineer under
Paragraph 5;5, shall comprise 10% (ten per cent) of the quantity or nu
tests prescribed for each Category o r type of tests in the Quality Control
provided that the Independent Engineer may, for reasons to be recor
writing, increase the aforeshid samplesize by up to 10% (ten per cent) for
categories or types of tests. .
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The timing of tests referred to in Paragraph 5.5, and the criteria for ac
rejection of their results shall be detem'ined by the Independent En
accordance with the Quality Control Manuals.The tests shall be undertaken on a
random sample basis and shall be in addition to, and independent of, the tests that
may be carried oa by the Concessionaire for its own quality assurance in
accordance with Good Industry Practice.

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In the event that the Concessionaire carties out any remedial works for iemoval or
rectification of any'defects or deficiencies, the Lndependent Engineer shall require
the Concessionaire to carry out, or cause to be carried out, tests to determine that
such remedial works have brought the Construction Works into conformity with
the Specifications and Standards, and the provisions of this Paragraph 5 shall
apply to such tests.

5.9

In the went that the Concessionaire fails to achieve any of the9roject Milestones,
the Independent Engineer shall undertake a review of the progress of construction
and identify potential delays, if any. If the Independent Engineer shall determine
that colnpletion of thc Project Highway is not feasible within the time specified in
the Agreement, it shall require the Concessionaire to indicate within 15 (fifteen)
days the steps proposed to be taken to expedite progress, and the period within
which the Project Completion Date shall be achieved. Upon receipt of a report
from the Concessionaire, the Independent Engineer shall review the same and
send its comments to the Authority and the Concessionaire forthwith.

5.10

If at any time during the Construction Period, the Independent Engineer


determines that the Concessionaire has not made adequate arrangements for the
safety of workers and Users in the zone of construction or that any work is being
carried out in a manner that threatens the safety of the workers and the Users, it
shall make a recommendation to the Authority forthwith, identifying the whole or
part of the Construction Works that should be suspended for ensuring safety in
respect thereof.

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In the event that the Concessionaire carries out any remedial measures to secure
the safety of suspended works and Users, it may, by notice in writing, require the
Independent Engineer to inspect such works, and within 3 (three) days of
receiving such notice, the Independent Engineer shall inspect the suspended
works and make a report to the Authority forthwith, recommending whether or
not such suspension may be revoked by the Authority.

5.12

If suspension of Construction Works is for reasons not attributable to the


Concessionaire, the Independent Engineer shall determine the extension of dates
set forth in the Project Completion Schedule, to which the Concessionaire is
reasonably entitled, and shall notify the Authority and the Concessionaire of the
same.

5.13

The Independent Engineer shall carry out, or cause to be carried out, all the Tests
specified in Schedule-I and issue a Completion Certificate or Provisi
Certificate, as the case may be, For carrying out its functions under this Para
5.13 and all matters incidental thereto, the Independent Engineer shall act
and in accordance with the provisions of Article 14 and Schedule-I.

5.14

Upon reference from the Authority, the Independent Engineer shall make
and reasonable assessment of the costs of providing information, work
services as set forth in Article 16 and certify the reasonableness of such costs
payment by the Authority to the Concessiona~re

5.15

The Independent Engineer shall aid and advise the Concessionaire in preparing
the Maintenance Manual.

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Independent Engineer for its review and comments during the Operation Period,
the provisions of Paragraph 4 shall apply, mutatis mutandis.

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The Independent Engineer shall review the annual Maintenance Programme


furnished by the Concessionaire and send, its comments thereon to the Authority
and the C?ncessionaire within 15 (fifteen) days of receipt of the Maintenance
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The Independent Engineer shall review the monthly status report furnished by the
Concessionaire and send its comments therenn to the Authority and the
Concessionaire within 7 (seven) days of receipt of such repo~t.
The Independent Engineer shall inspect the Project Highway once every month,
preferably after receipt of the monthly status report from the Concessionaire, but
before the 20th (twentieth) day of each month in any case, and make out an O&M
Inspection Report setting forth an overview of the status, quality and safety of
O&M including its conformity with the Maintenance Requirements and Safety
Requirements. In _a separate section of the 0 & M Inspection Report, the
Independent Engineer shall describe in reasonable detail the lapses, defects or
deficiencies observed by it in O&M of the Project Highway. The Independent
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Concissionaire witllirl7 (seven) days of the inspection.
Thc Independent Engineer may inspect the Project Highway more than once in a
month, if any lapses, defects or deficiencies require such inspections.
The Independent Engineer shall in its O&M Inspection Report specify the tests, if
any, that the Concessionaire shall carry out, or cause to be carried out, for the
purpose of determining that thc Prujcct Highway is in conformity with the
Maintenance Requirements. It shall monitor and review the results of such tests
and the remedial measures, if any, taken by the Concessionaire in this behalf.
In respect of any defect or deficiency referred to in Paragraph 3 of Schedule-K,
the Independent Engineer shall, in conformity with Good' Industry Practice,
specify the permissible limit of deviation or deterioration with reference to the
Specifications and Standards and shall also specify the time limit for repair or
rectification of any deviation or deterioration beyond the permissible limit.

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6.9

The Independent Engineer shall determine if any delay has occ


completion of repair or remedial works in accordance with the Ag
shall also determine the Damages, if any, payable by the Concessi
Authority for such delay.
The Independent Englneer shall examlne the request of the Concess
closure of any lane(s) of the carriageway for undertaking maint
thereof, keeping in view the need to minimise disruption in traffic
required for completing such maintenancelrepair in accordance with Good
Industry Practice. It shall grant permission with such modifications, as it may

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Concessionaire. Upon expiry of the permitted period of closure, the Independent
Engineer shall monitor the re-opening of such lane(s), and in case of delay,
determine the Damages payable by the Concessionaire to the Authority under
Clause 17.7.
6.10

The Independent Engineer shall monitor arid review the curing of defects and
deficiencies by the Concessionaire as set forth in Clause 19.4.
In the event that the Concessionaire notifies the Independent Engineer of any
n~odificationsthat it proposes to make to the Project Highway, the Independent
Engineer shall review the same and send its comments to the Authority and the
Concessionaire within 15 (fifteen) days of receiving the proposal.
The-IndependentEngineer shall ,undertake traffic sampling, as and when required
by the Authority, under and in accordance with Article 22 and Schedule-0.

. At any time, not earlier than 90 (ninety) days prior to Termination but not later
than 15 (fifteen) days prior to such Termination, the Independent Engineer shall,
in the presence of a representative of the Concessionaire, inspect the Project'
Highway for determining compliance by the Concessionaire with the Divestment
Requirements set forth in Clause 38.1 and, if required, cause tests to be carried
out at the Concessionaire's cost for determining such compliance. If the
lndependent Engineer determines that the status of the Project Highway is such
that its repair and rectification would require a larger amount than the sum set
forth in Clause 39.2, it shall recommend retention of the required amount in the
Escrow Account and the period of retention thereof.
The Independent Engineer shall inspect the Project Highway once in every
15(fifteen) days during a period o f 90 (ninety) days after Termination for
determining the liability of the Concessionaire under Article 39, in respect of the
defects or deficiencies specified therein. If any such defect or deficiency is found
by the Independent Engineer, it shall make a report in reasonable detail and send
it forthwith to the Authority and the Concessionaire.
Determination of costs and time
8.1

The Independent Engineer shall determine the costs, and/or their reasonableness,
that are required to be determined by it under the Agreement.

8.2

The Independent Engineer shall determine the period, or any


that is required to be determ~nedby it under the Agreement.

Assistance in Dispute resolution

9.1

When called upon by either Party in the event of any


Engineer shall mediate and assist the Part~esIn arriving

9.2

In the event of any disagreement between the Parties regarding the meaning,
scope and nature of Good Industry Practice, as set

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The Independent Engineer shall perfornl all other duties and functions specified in
the Agreement.

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11.1

The Independent Engineer shall notify its programme of inspection to the


Authority and to the Concessionaire, who may, in their discretion, depute their
respective representatives to be present during the inspection.

11.2

A copy of all communications, comments, instructions, Drawings or Documents


sent by the Independent Engineer to the Concessionaire pursuant to this TOR, and
a copy of all the test results with comments of the Independent Engineer thereon
shall be furnished by the Independent Engineer to the Authority forthwith.

11.3

The Independent Engineer shall obtain, and the Concessionaire shall furnish in
two copies thereof, all communications and reports required to be submitted,
under this Agreement, by the Concessiollaire to the lt~dependenlEngineer,
whereupon the Independent Engineer shall send one of the cupies to Lhe Aulhority
along with its comments thereon.
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The Independent Engineer shall retain at least one copy each of all Drawings and
Documents received by it, including 'as-built' Drawings, and keep them in its safe
custody.

11.5

Upon completion of its assignment hereunder, the Independent Engineer shall


duly cIassify and list all Drawings, Documents, results of tests and other relevant
records, and hand them over to the Authority or such other person as the
Authority may specify, and obtain written receipt thereof. Two copies of the said
documents shall also be furnished in micro film form. or in such other medium as
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FEE NOTIFICATION
MINISTRY OF ROAD TRANSPORT AND HIGHWAYS
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the Ministry. of Road Transport and Highways, number .***** dated the *****,
issued under section 11 of the National Highways Authority of India Act, 1988 (68of 1988), the Central Government has entrusted the section of Xationai Highway 4
Laning of Rohtak Jind Section from km 307.000 to km 347.800 of NH-71 and
connecting link from km 347.800 ofNH-71 to km 9.400 of NH-71A to be executed
as BOT (Toll) project on DBFO Pattern under NHDP Phase 111 in the State o f
Hatyana to the National Highways Authority of India. (hereinafter referred to as
the "Authority");

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Authority has entered.into an agreemtwith- ..........;......;i having its Registered'
Office at ........................;. (hereinafter referred to as "Concessionaire") fot the
development of the 4 Laning of Rohtak Jind Section from km 307.000 to km
347.800 of NH-71 w d sonnecting link from'km 347.800 of NH-71 to km 9.400 of
NH-71A to be executed as BOT (Toll) project on DBFO Pattern under NHDP
Phase 111 in the State of Haryana
on Design, Build, Finance, Operate and
Transfer (DBFOT) basis;
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: Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 8A of the


National Highways Act, 1956 (48 of 1956), read with Rule 3 of the National
Highways Fee (Determination of Rates and Collection) Rules, 2008, read along
with National Highways Fee (Determination of Rates and Collection) Amendment
. Rules, 2010 and 2011 the Central Government, having regard to the expenditure
involved 'in building, maintenance, management and operation of the said section
- . of the saidnational highway, interest on the capital invested, reasonable return, the
.-:. volume of traffic and the period of said agreement between the Authority and the
: Concessionaire, hereby notifies that there shall be levied and collected fees on
mechanical vehicles:for the use of the section from Km 307.000 to Km 347.800
' (Rohtak Jind) of National Highway No. 71, and connecting link From km 347.800
of NH-7 1 to km 9.400 of NH-7 1A , in the State of Haryana at the rates specified in
the aforesaid Rules and allthorises the said Concessionaire to collect and retain the
said fees on and from the date of commercial operation of the said section of
national highway, subject to and in accordance with the said Rules and the
provisions of the aforesaid agreement.
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following Toll Plazas for the distance specified for each such Toll Plaza:
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In addition'to the above, the rate of fee for use of bypass forming part of
the section of National Highway constructed with the cost of Rs. 10 cr. (Rupees ten
crore) or more, for the. base year 2007-08, shall be 1.5 times of the rate of fee
specified in sub rule 2 of National Highways Fee (Determination of Rates and
Collection) Amendment Rules, 2010' and 2011 Gazette of India dated 3*
December, 20 10 & 12h January, 20 11:
S. No. Name of Bypass

Location of Toll Plaza


(chainage)
Toll Plaza I

Julana Bypass

Lakhan Majra ~ ~ ~ a s i Toll Plaza I

Rohtak Bypass

Length of
Bypass
5.775

2.700

Toll Plaza I

(Name)
Deputy Secretary
Govcnuncnt of India

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4 Laning of Rohtek Jind Section from krn 307.000 to krn 347.800 of NH-71 and connecting link from kin
347.800 of NH-71 to km 9.400 of NH-7IA to be executed as BOT (Toll) project on DDFO Pattern under
NHDP Phase 111 in the State of Haryana
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means a national highway having'a divided carriageway

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Central Govcniment under section 5of ihe Act;

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above gound lcvcl~throughsupport o f piers or columns;


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in t b i Official Gizatte;

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bridge, bypasior.tunnel, is he case

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. - The Cen~raI~ovehrnentmay b i notificatio?, !evy'f~e,for use

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." national, highway, pemihcnt 'bidge.


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ind iubjer! rq such conifitions as

funded projiG'from.levy .of such'fee or part tl~creof,

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forty- five days fi-oni .[he date o f complclion 6 f the section sf nation4 highway,
permanent bridge.'bypass or Lunnel, as the case may be, constructed through a public
funded project.

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(3).

' i n case o f private investmen! projcct. thc collecfion o f fce levied undeisub-rule
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expired;

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e a be, where a service road or allun~tiveroad is availlble.in lieu or [he said

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use lhc section ofnnrrionnl highway, permanent bridge. bypan or anno! as

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br;e wheelers, tractors anda~limal-drawn.\.ehiclushall not be

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be, by two wheelrig, hr::(

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wllcrc service road
or k~le,native road'is avaihblc and
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owner,
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;;nore than ten m e r a wide 6@ the*
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enceid [he' conesp&dinl length of ?IC~\ fmion o f ' national hidllq~.b~'

\pied in mul~iple$he nearest ~ u ~ five.


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Rtc Orfee. - . (1) T ~ ralc
c ~f fee for US^ of !he !cc[iO!!

!'f.nali?na'.

or p + a ~inrc.+nint
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projec~slicl811
be identical. , .
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'~igh, Commerc,ial Vehicle!

(EML) or Mulli Axle Vepicle


(MAV) (three 10 six axles)

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p(mane"l b f i d ~ ,bypass or WnncI cons~ructed[!rough public fund* p!0jec!

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j rcgiste'ed
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i pel.tt;iit~rt~tbridge,

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bypass tir lurrnel, f ~ pzrt


m o f the section of n;lticits) Itigll~,v.\:sy,thin instcqd cif abovt
rate of fee, the rate of.fi:e specified under sub-rule (2) ol'tu!c J shall br applicable for
suchpcnatient bridge, bypass or t i ~ r ~ n ~ l .
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For the p u r b c o f this &l-rule,.


. . . Explanation..
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. increased without compounding, by three per cent, cach yea, ni!E e~icclfrom the I" day
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sudseqicni yeprs.

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TI!! applicable barc riles shnllbe r&iscd sn;\ually \s,irhcllcy from h p r i l Itnclt

yf?r. to reflecl the it,crcase 'in ' ~ $ l e _ ~ r i c'index,bcty~i-k.-weck


e
ending on.

~anuaty.6,2007 (i.e. 208.7) pnd the Gcck ending.on pr imnediaqly nker h&ayI . df

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. the year in whicll sic11 rcvision is uridert$k;n, bu!:sucl~ rcvisio~~


shill: bc rrs!rictd, to

(3) T h e formull for determining the applicable rate of fee shall be ~sf~lloi\.s:. . . . .
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bf ~ $ 1 , '2008 .and. .such


inc!eascd rate shall bc deenled to bc the' base'iate for'thc
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concessionaire ; . .

~ x c e ~ t t i nauthority
g
six'morhs pri&, to co!nplerion cercot

5.. Annual.revision of iate bffec.-(I)'

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executing ~ u t h r i t ~ , ~ r i s ; t inQtation
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o f bids from ihc

(b) lhc cost .fols,public' hltided project shall be .the cos~ns assc:ssed by'thc

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s l. ~et ~by~ thjC.urFr;
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(b) .ba*e'rati.${l! bi ;hirate s&ciliid;i? ["lr.4 read ~ i t h s u b - r( l~j ol ~r r u l c 5;. .


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6 mean3 ihc .bholcs~lcprjcd indcx of.the yeek eliding on .OI.

st~bscquent.

l o 1; ~ a ~ u a r ~ ' i m r n c b i a r e ~ ~ r e cthC
t ddale
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(sj'rhe p~rson'receivin~
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driver,
OrpCrsGn in charge of'n~chnicll~~lli,h!ercccipi, sptc;fi.i n, therein ~ h cdate
a"d ril"e
of kc.hltll amounl reieiyid, and tic ,ji!a
uf.*,:hiL&'ror
whih the fee'has been received:
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;rsvc.

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'thgt where !hi

paid thmjgh smart card br .on

board, un;l.
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these: &lei

c0Litcd .by 6e Central Govrrnme"t,

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pmvisionr
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and for the perforian&,pf';ls ,jblb:i9"s-~nder
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be, ihal!.upon request pro\oide.apass for tnt~ltiylejourneys t o cross ? tolt phz? &hic
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secliot~of h ~ i o f l ahighway,
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permanent bridge,'bypass or lunncl, may opt fo~*such
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journeys..

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ptonaacnt bridge; bypass. or t"nnel, may oblairl a,pass, on paimcn; o f fcc at'the base

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specified in such pass:

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by suc!~,pcrson pnd thc use ofsuch sbction of nationsl.liighivai,.

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the Chairman of thc CounC'il oiSra~e;

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ihk mechanical 'vellicle,' in.a~'leastone Novspapcr,

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lango4e, hiving a wide circutatidn in such ores.

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. thousand mcters ahead orthe toll plaza and ill English and
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Gglish'aid ven~acular

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local langpge.fivc hundred

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under rule.9;

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b f 1nrormafion.- (1)The executing tuihoiity or the co~ssionairc,.as


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the. case. r?~ai:bb, shall.publiL a notice specifying the aniount of fcc to'bc charged'fpm

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mai~ilenancethzrcoc and

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the National llighyay ,Authority or ally other organisation or

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(xvii) Foreign digflitarics&I State visit.

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oftllc Slate;

the speaker of thc ~ o u s co f ieople;

(xvi) Ministen ofstates; and

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(xiii) the Speaker of the ~e~islativc.~ssembl~


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clearly'visibleand legible to the users,

An officer aythoriscd

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I+ same from such butl~orityor cpnc~ssionrire,along wiih an additianal

twenty
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sub
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perrrianent bri:dge, bypass or tun;icl, his or her vehicle shall not be allowed to use such

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... (48.of 1956),Lhe.GCncral Govemment'haeby make the following mlm further to ainend
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R&S and Collection) Rules, 2908, namely:.

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These ru!u may, be caH~dihe Natlonal Highways Fee (Geterrninatlo~,of Flab
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Type of Vehlcle

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Car, Jeep, Van or L i ~ hMotat


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Thnaexls commsrcid Mbicles
Heavy' Constnrctlon ' Machii.ry;HCM) or Earth Moving
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fee

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veh1cle'"means heavy .constiuction machincryor earth moving equipment ormechanical

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the bniler, if any) wirh'a grossvehicle weight exceeding fwenty five Ihousmd kilop&s but
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6 ~ a t nrte of 40%
. of- the- fee on die date of:
tranrfer o f ~ h . & t i o n . o f ~ ~ i o ~ ~ ~ ibridge,
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public fundtd.prqject, thcffefeeileviable huld.be.reduced !0'40% of.the met fee for such section
as lhe case may be, to bc revised annually in
of National~High~ys,~bn'~c,:huurtl.lor~byPass

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~ote:-The p&cipal rulq k r e published videriurhber G.S. R. 838(E) dstcd th;5'Decembcr,


%iWnd amended Gde G.S.R. 950(E), deted the 3" Dewnber,2010.

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National Permi!);~sftrtd~ith~addresson the Re~strniio"
of a particular di&t .
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a?d uts such vehicle fcu commuting on.a rccfion of the Nat!dnalHighway, permanent bridge..
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,iurvrcl or bypa?s,.asihsohre&
bb, which Is!ocnted within tfidtdi:~tric~.shall
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on all toll $&a;
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NEW DEW,WEDNESDAY, JANVARY 12, ~OIUPAUSA
21,1932 .

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SCIEDULE -S
(See Clause 31.1.2)

ESCROW AGREEMENT
THIS ESCROW AGREEMENT is entered into on this the ........day of

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AMONGST

MIS VIL ROHTAK JIND HIGHWAY PRIVATE LIMITED, a company


incorporated under the provisions of the Companies Act, 1956 and having its
rcgistcrcd officc at ..................(hereinafter referred to as the "Concessionnire"
which expression shall, unless repugnant to the context or meaning thereof,
include its successors, permitted assigns and substitutes);

.....................name and particulars of Lenders' Representative and having its


registered office at ...............
acting for and'on behalf of the Senior Lenders as
their duly authorised agent with regard to matters arising out of or in relation to
this Agreement (hereinafter referred to as the "Lenders' Representative" which
expression shall, unless repugnant to the context or meaning thereof, include its
successors and substitutes);

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rcgistcred officc at ........................
(hereinnfler referred t o a; the "Escrow
Bank" which expression shall, unless repugnant to the context or meaning
thereof, include its successors and substitutes); and
The National Highways Authority of India, established under the National
Highways Authority Act 1988, represented by its Chairman and having its
principal offices at G-5 & 6, Sector 10, Dwarka, New Delhi-110075 (hereinafter
referred to as the "Authority" which expression shall, unless repugnant to the
context or meaning thereof, include its administrators, successors and assigns).

WHEREAS:
(A)

The Authority has entered into a Concession Agreement dated ....................


with the Concessionaire (the "Concession Agreementn) for 4 Laning of Rohtak
Jind Section from km 307.000 to km 347.800 of NH-71 and connecting link from
kin 347.800 o f NH-71 to km 9.400 of NH-71A to be executed as BOT (Toll)
project on DBFO Pattern under NHDP Phase I11 in the State of Haryana on
design, build, finance, operate and transfer (DBFOT)basis, And a copy of
is annexed heretoand marked as Annex-A to form part of this Agreement.

(B)

Senior Lenders have agreed to finance the Project in accordance with the t
and conditions set forth in the Financing Agreements.

(C)

The Concession Agreement requires the Concessionaire to establish


Account, in~eralia, on the t e n s and conditions stated therein.

NOW, THEREFORE, in considerati~nof the foregoing and the respective


and agreements set forth in this Agreemefit, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby

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DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION

1.1

Definitions .
In this Agreement, the following words and expressions shall, unless repugnant to
the context or meaning thereof, have the meaning hereinafter respectivelyassigned to them:
"Agreement" means this Escrow Agreement and k y amendment thereto made in
accordance wilh theprovisions contained herein; .
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"Concession Agreement" means the Concession Agreement referred to in
Recital (A) above and annexed hereto as Annex-A, and shall include all o f its
Recitals and Schedules and any amendments made thereto in accordance with the
provisions contained in this behalf therein;
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"Cure Period" means the period specified in this Agreement for curing any
breach or default of any provision of this Agreement by $e Concessionaire, and
shall commence from the dateon which a notice is delivered by the Authority or
the Lenders' Representative, as the case may be, to the Concessionaire asking the
latter to cure the breach or default specified in such notice; . .

"Escrow Account" means an escrow account established in t e r m of and under


this Agreement, andshall include the Sub-Accounts;
"Escrow Default" shall have the meaning ascribed thereto in Clause 6.1;
"Lenders' Representative"' means the person referred to as the Lenders'
Representative in the foregoing Recitals;
"Parties" means the parties to this Agreement collectively and "Party" shall mean
any of the Parties to this Agreement individually;
"Payment Date" means, in relation to any payment specified in Clause 4.1, the
date(s) specified for such payment; and
"Sub-Accounts" means the. respective Sub-Accounts of the Escrow A C C O U ~ ~into
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which the monies specified in Clause 4.1 would be credited every month and paid
out if due, and if not due in a month then appropriated proportionately in s
month and retained in the respective Sub Accounts and paid out therefrom o
. Payment Date($.
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Interpretation

1.2.1 References to Lenders' Representative shall, unless repugnant to the co


meaning thereof, mean references to the Lenders' Representative, acting
on behalf of Senior Lenders.
1.2.2 The words and expressions beginning with capital letters and defined in

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Agreement shall have the meaning ascribed thereto herein, and the words and
expressions used in this Agreement and not defined herein but defined in the
Concession Agreement shall, unless repugnant to the context, have the meaning
ascribed thereto in the Concession Agreement. .

1.2.3 References to Clauses are, unless stated otherwise, references to Clauses of this
~greement.

1.2.4 . The rules of interpretation stated in Clauses 1.2, 1.3 and 1.4 of the Concession
Agreement shall apply, mutatis mutandis, to this Agreement.
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ESCROW ACCOUNT

2.1

Escrow Bank to act as trustee

2.1 .I

The Concessionaire hereby appoints the Escrow Bank to act as trustee for the
Authority, the Lenders' Representative and the Concessionaire in connection
herewith and authorises the Escrow Bank to exercise such rights, powers,
authorities and discretion as are specifically delegated to the Escrow Bank by the
terms hereof together with all such rights, powers, authorities and discretion as are
reasonably incidental hereto, and the Escrow Bank accepts such appointment
pursuant to the terms hereof.

2.1.2

The Concessionaire hereby declares that all rights, title and ~nterestin and to the
Escrow Account shall be vested in the Escrow Bank and held in trust for the
Authority, the Lenders' Representative and the Concessionaire, and applied in
accordance with the terms of this Agreement. No person other than the Authority,
thc Lcndcn' Representative and the Concessionaire shall have any tights
hereunder as the beneticiaries of, or as third party beneficiaries under this
Agreement.

2.2

Acceptance of Escrow Bank

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The Escrow Bank hereby agrees to act as such and to accept all payments and
other amounts to be delivered to and held by the Escrow Bank pursuant tn the
provisions of this Agreement. The Escrow Sank shall hold ai-td safeguard the
Escrow Account during the term of this Agreement and shall treat the amount in
the Escrow Account as monies deposited by the Concessionaire, Senior Lende
or the Authority with the Escrow Bank. In performing its functions and d
under this Agreement, the Escrow Bank shall act in trust for the benefit of, an
agent for, the Authority, the Lenders' Representative and the Concessionair
their nominees, successors or assigns, in accordance with the provisions of
Agreement.
2.3

Establishment and operation of Escrow Account

2.3.1

Within 30 (thirty) days from the date ofthis Agreement, and in any case prior to
the Appointed Date, the Concessionaire shall open and establish l e Escrow
Account with the ............................ (name oEBranch) Branch of the Escrow
Bank. The Escrow Account shalI be denominated in Rupees.

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2.3.2 The Escrow Bank shall maintain the Escrow Account in accordance with the
terms of this Agreement and its usual practices and applicable regulations, and
pay the maximum rate of interest payable to similar customers on the balance in
the said account from time to time.
2.3.3 The Escrow Bank and the Concessionaire shall, after consultation with the
Lenders' Representative, agree on the detailed mandates, terms and conditions,
and operating procedures for the Escrow Account, but in the event of any conflict
or inconsistency between this Agreement and such mandates, terms and
conditions, or procedures, this Agreement shall prevail.
Escrow Bank's fee

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The Escrow Bank shall be entitled to receive its fee and expenses in an amount,
and at such times, as may be agreed between the Escrow Bank and the
Concessionaire. For the avoidance of doubt, such fee and expenses shall form part
. of the O&M Expenses and shall be appropriated from the Escrow Account in
accordance with Clause 4.1.

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Rights of the parties

The rights of the Authority, the Lenders' Representative and the Concessionaire
in the monies held in the Escrow Account are set forth in their entirety in this
Agreement and the Authority, the Lenders' Representative and the Concessionaire
shall have no other rights against or to the monies in the Escrow Account.
2.6

Substitution of the Concessionaire


The Parties hereto acknowledge and agree that upon substitution of the
Concessionaire with the Nominated Company, pursuant to the Substitution
Agreement, it shall be deemed for the purposes of this Agreement that the
Nominated Company is a Party hereto and the Nominated Company shall
accordingly be deemed to have succeeded to the rights and obligations of the
Concessionaire under this Agreement on and with effect from the date of
substitution of the Concessionaire with the Nominated Company.

DEPOSITS INTO ESCROW ACCOUNT

3.1

Deposits by the Concessionaire

3.1.1

The Conoeu~onaireagrees a 3 undertaker that it shall deposit into


the Escrow Account with:
(a)

all monies received in relation to the Project from any source, including
the Senior Lenders, lenders of Subordinated Debt and the Authority;

(b)

all funds received by the Concessionaire from its share-holders, in any


manner or form;

(c)

all Fee levied and collected by the Concessionaire;

(d)

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Escrow Account, provided that the provisions of this Agreement shall apply to
such deposits.

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be entitled to appiopriaie -from the aforesaidamounts, any Concession Fee due
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deposited into the Escrow Account.

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The Lenders' Representative agrees, confirms .and undertakes that the Senior
Lenders shall deposit into and/or credit the Escrow Account with all
ditbuisements made by them in relation to or in respect of the Project; provided
that notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Agreement, the
Senior Lenders shall be entitled to make direct payments to the EPC Contractor
under and in accordance with the express provisions contained in this behalf in.
the Financing Agreements.

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of the Escrow Account shall be credited to the Escrow Account;
Escrow Bank shall be entitled to appropriate therefrom the fee
to 11 from the Concessionaire in relation to the Escrow
balance remaining to the Escrow Account.

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Escrow Bank shall withdraw amounts from the Escrow Account and appropriate
them in the following order by depositing such amounts in the relevant SubAccounts for making due payments, and if such payments are not due in any
month, then retain such monies in such Sub-Accounts and pay out therefrom on
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all taxes due and payable by the Concessionaire for and in respect of the
Project Highway;

(b)

all payments relating to construction of the Project Highway, subject to


and in accordance with the conditions, if any, set forth in the Financing
Agreements;

(c)

O&M Expenses, subject to the ceiling, if any, set forth in the Financing
Agreements;

(d)

O&M Expenses incurred by the Authority, provided it certifies to the


Escrow Bank that it had incurred such expenses in accordance with the
provisions of the Concession Agreement and that the amounts claimed are
due to it from the Concessionaire;

(e)

Concession Fee due and payable to the Authority;

(f)

monthly proportionate provision of Debt Service due in an Accounting


Year;.

((g)

Premium due and payable to the Authority;)

(h)

all payments and Damages certified by the Authority as due and payable
to it by the Concessionaire pursuant to the Concession Agreement,
including repayment of Revenue Shortfall Loan;

(i).

monthly proportionate provision of debt service payments due in .an


Accounting Year in respect of Subordinated Debt;

(j)

any reserve req~iirementsset forth in the Financing Agreements; and

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balance, ifany, in accordance with the instructions of the Concessionaire.

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Year, the Concessionaire shall provide to the Escrow'Bank, with prior
approval of t h e Lenders' Representative, details of the amounts likely
required for each of the payment obligations set forth in this Clause 4.1;
that such amounts may be subsequently modified, with prior written ap
the Lenders' Representative, if fresh information received during the cou
year makes such modification necessary.

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Withdrawals upon Termination


Upon Termination of the Concession Agreement, all amounts standing to the
credit of the Escrow Account shall, notwithstanding anything in this Agreement,

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(a)

all taxes due and payable by the Concessionaire for and in respect of the
Project Highway;

(b)

90% (ninety per cent) of Debt Due excluding Subordinated Debt;

(c)

outstanding Concession Fee;

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all payments and Damages certified by the Authority as due and payable
by the Concessionaire pursuant to the Concession Agreement,
including {Premjum,} repayment of Revenue Shortfall Loan and any
claims in connccticn with or arising- out of Termination;

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retedtlon and payments arising out of, or in relati011 lo, liability for dcfect.ts
arrd deficiencies set firth in Article 39 o f thc Concession Agreement

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outstanding Debt Service including the balance of Debt Due;

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any other payments required to be made under the Concession Agreement;


and

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balance, if any, in accordance with the instructions of the Concessionaire:

Provided that the disbursements specified in Sub-clause (i)of this Clause 4.2 shall
be undertaken only after the Vesting Certificate has been issued by the Authority.
4.3

Application of insufficient funds


Funds in the Escrow Account shall be applied in the serial order of priority set
forth in Clauses 4.1 and 4.2, as the case may be. If the funds available are not
sufficient to meet all the requirements, the Escrow Barlk shall apply such funds in
the serial order of priority until exhaustion thereof.
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Application of insurance proceeds

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t , proceeds from all
claims, except life and injury, shall be deposited into andlor
Escrow Account and utilised for any necessary repair,
reinslatement, replacement, improvement, delivery or installation of the Proj
Highway, and the balance remaining, if any, shall be applied in
the provisions contained in this behalf in the Financing Agreements.
4.5

Withdrawals during Suspension

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Agreemenl, the


Authority may exercise all or any of the rights of the Concerrionairc during the
period of Suspension under Article 36 of the Concession Agreement. Any

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instructions given by the Authority to the Escrow Bank during such period shall
be complied with as if such instructions were given by the Concessionaire under
this Agreement and all actions o f the Authority hereunder shall be deemed to have
been taken for and on behalf of the ~oncessionaire.

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Segregation of funds

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Monies and other property received by the Escrow Bank under this Agreement
shall, until used or applied in accordance with this Agreement, be held by the
Escrow Bank in trust for the purposes for which they were received, and shall be
segregated from other funds and property of the ~ s c i o wBtnk.

5.2

Notification of balances

7 (seven) business days prior to each Payment Date (and for this purpose the
Escrow Bank shall be entitled to rely on an affirmation by the Concessionaire
andlor the Lenders' Representative as to the relevant Payment Dates), the Escrow
Bank shall notify the.Lenders' Representative of the balances in the Escrow
Account and Sub-Accounts as at the close of business on the immediately
preceding business day.
5.3

Communications and notices


In discharge of its duties and obligations hereunder,the Escrow Bank:

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may, in the absence of bad faith or gross negligence on its pan, rely as to
any matters. of fact which might reasonably be expected to be within the
knowledge of the Concessionaire upon a certificate signed by or on behalf
o f the Concessionaire;

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may, in the absence of bad faith or gross negligence on its pan, rely upon
the authenticity of any communication or document believed by it to be
authentic;
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shall, within 5 (five) business days after receipt, deliver a copy to the
Lenders' Representative of any notice or document received by it in its
capacity as the Escrow Bank from the Concessionaire or any. other person
heieunder or in connection h'erewith; and

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shall, within 5 (five) business days after receipt, deliver a co


Concessionaire of any notice or document received by it
Lenders' Representative in connection herewith.

No set off

he Escrow Bank agrees not to claim or exercise any right ofset off, banker's I~en
or other right or remedy with respect 10 amounts standing to the credit of the
Escrow Account. For [he avoidance of doubt, it is hereby acknowledged and
agreed by the Escrow Bank that the monies and properties held by the Escrow
Bank in the Escrow ~ c c o u n t i h a l l
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Escrow Bank and be~ng trust property, shall in the case of bankruptcy or
liquidation of the Escrow Bank, be wholly excluded from the assets of the Escrow
Bank in such bankruptcy or liquidation.
Regulatory approvals

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The Esc'row Bank shall use its best efforts to procure, and thereafter maintain and'
comply with, all regulatory approvals required for it to establish and operate the
Escrow Account. The Escrow Bank represents and warrants that it. is not aware of
any reason why such regulatory approvals,will not ordinarily be granted to the
Escrow Bank.

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6.1.1

Following events shall constitute an event of default by the Concessionaire


(anttEscrow Defalilt") unless such event of default has occurred as a result of
Force Majeure or any act or omission of the Authority or the Lenders'
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any receipts into the Escrow Account as provided herein and fails to cure
such breach by depositing the same into the Escrow Account within a
Cure Period of 5 (five) business days;

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the Concessionaire causes the Escrow Balk tu trinsfcr funds to any


account of the Concessiona~rein breach of the terms of this Agreement
and fails to cure such breach by depositing the relevant funds into the
Escrow Account or any Sub-Account in which such transfer should have
been made, within a Cure Period of 5 (five) business days; or

(c)

the Concessionaire commits or causes any other breach of the provisions


of this Agreement and fails to cure the same within a Cure Period of 5
(five) business days.

Upon occurrence of an Escrow Default, the consequences


with underand in accordance with the provisions of the Concession
TERMINATION OF ESCROW AGREEMENT

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This Agreement shall remain in full force and effect so long as
to be advanced or is outstanding from the Concessionaire in respect of the debt,
guarantee or financial assistance received by it from the Senior Lenders, or any of
its obligations to the Authority remain to be discharged, unless terminated earlier
by consent of all the Parties or otherwise in accordance with the provisions of this
Agreement.

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The Concessionaire may, by not less than 45 (forty five) days prior notice to the
Escrow Bank, the Authority and the Lenders' Representative, terminate this
- Agreement and appoint a new Escrow Bank, provided that the new Escrow Bank
. is acceptable to the Lenders' Representative and arrangements are made
satisfactory to the Lenders' Representative for transfer of amounts deposited in
the Escrow Account to a new Escrow Account established with the successor
Escrow Bank. The termination of this Agreement shall take effect only upon
coming into force ofan Escrow Agreement with the substitute Escrow Bank.
7.3

Closure of Escrow Account


The Escrow Bank shall, at the request of the Concessionaire and the Lenders'
Representative made on or after the payment by tine Concessionaire of all
outstanding amounts under the Concession Agreement and the Financing
Agreements including the payments specified in Clause 4.2, and upon
confirmation of receipt of such payments, close the Escrow Account and SubAccounts and pay any amount standing to the credit thereof to the Concessionaire.
Upon closure of the Escrow Account hereunder, the Escrow Agreement shall be
deemed t o be terminated.

SUPPLEMENTARY ESCROW AGREEMENT

8.1

Supplementary escrow agreement


The Lenders' Representative and the concessionaire shall be entitled to enter into
a supplemen!ary escrow agreement with the Escrow Bank providing, inter alia,
for detailed procedures and documentation for withdrawals from Sub-'Accounts
pursuant to Clause 4.1.1 and for matters not covered under this Agreement such
as the rights and obligations o f Senior Lenders and lenders of Subordinated Debt,
investment of surplus funds, restrictions on withdrawals by the Concessionaire in
the event of breach of this Agreement or upon occurrence of an Escrow Default,
procedures relating to operation of the Escrow Account and withdrawal
therefrom, reporting requirements and any matters incidental thereto; provided
that such supplementary escrow agreement shall not contain any provisionwhich
is inconsistent with this Agreement and i n the everit of any conflict or
inconsistency between provisions of this Agreement and such
escrow agreement, the provisions of this Agreement shall prevail.

INDEMNITY

9.1

General indemnity

9.1.1

The ~oncwsioiairewill indemnify, defend and hold the


and the Senior ~enders,acting through the Lenders' Representative, harmless
against any and all proceedings, actions and third party claims for any loss,
damage, cost and expense arising out of any breach by the Concessionaire of any
of its obligations under this Agreement or on account of failure of the
concessionaire to comply with Applicable Laws and Applicable Permits.

9.1.2 The Authority will indemnify, defend and hold the Concessionaire .hamless

against any and all proceedings, actions and third party claims for any loss.

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obligations under this Agreement materially and adversely affecting the
performance of the Concessionaire's obligations under the Concession Agreement
or this Agreement other than any loss, damage, cost and expense arising out of
acts done in discharge of their lawful functions by the Authority, its oficers;
servants and agents.
9.1.3 The Escrow Bank will indemnify, defend and hold the Concessionaire harmless
against any and all proceedings, actions and third party claims for any loss,
damage, cost and expense arising out of failure of the Escrow Bank to fulfil its
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other than any loss, damage, cost and expense, arising out of acu done in
discharge of their lawful functions by the Escrow Bank, its officers, servants and
agents.
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Notice and contest of claims


In the event that any Party hereto receives a claim from a third party in respect of
which it is entitled to the benefit ofan indemit~underClause 9.1 or in respect of
which it is entitlcd to reimbursement (the "Indemnified Party"), it shall notify
the other Party rcspol~sible for indcrnnifying such claim hereunder (the
"Indemnifying Party") within I > (fifteen) days of receipt o l the r;laim and shall
not settle or pay the claim without-the prior approval of the Indemnifying Party,
which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed. In the event that
the Indemnifying Party wishes to contest or dispute the claim, it may conduct the
proceedings in the name of the Indemnified Party and shall bear all costs involved
in contesting the same. The Indemnified Party shall provide all cooperation and
assistance in contesting any claim and shall sign all such writings and documents
as the Indemnifying Party may reasonably require.

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Dispute resolution

10.1.1 Any dispute, difference or claim arising out of or in conr~ection with 'k$ /VEWD+
Agreement, which is not resolved amicably, shall be decided finally by reference
to arbitration to a Board of Arbitrators comprising one nominee of each Party to
the drspute, and where the number of such nominees is an even number, the
nominees shall elect another person to such Board. Such arbitration shall be held
in accordance with the Rules of Arbitration of the International Centre for
Alternative Dispute Resolution, New Delhi (the "Rules") or such other rules as
may be mutually agreed by the Parties, and shall be subject to the provisions of
the Arbitration and Conciliation Act. 1996.
10.1.2 The Arbitrators shall issue a reasoned award and such award shall be final and

binding on the Parties. The venue of arbitration shall be Delhi and the language of
arbitration shall be English.
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This Agreement shall be construed and interpreted in accordance with and


governed by the laws of India, and the Courts at Delhi shall have jurisdiction over
all matters arising out ofor relating to this Agreement.
11.2

Waiver of sovereign immunity

The Authority unconditionally and irrevocably:


(a)

agrees that the execution, delivery and performance by it o f this


Agreement constitute commercial acts done and performed for
soinnercial purpos:;

(b)

agrees that, should any proceedings be brought against it or its assets,


property or revenues in any jurisdiction in relation to this Agreement or
any iransaction contemplated- by this Agreement, no immunity (whether
by reason of sovereignty or otherwise) from such proceedings shall be
claimed by or on behalf of the Authority with respect to its assets;

(c)

waives any right of immunity which it or its assets, property or revenues


now has, may acquire in the future or which may be attributed to it in any
jurisdiction; and

(d)

consents generally in respect of the enforcement of any judgement or


award against it in any such proceedings to the giving of any relief or the
issue of any process in any jurisdiction in connection with such
proceedings (including the making, enforcement or execution against it or
in respect of any assets, property or revenues whatsoever irrespective of
their use or intended use o f any order or judgement that may be made or
given in connection therewith).

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11.3 Priority of agreements

In the event of any conflict between the Concession Agreement and this
Agreement, the provisions contained in the Concession Agreement shall prevail
over this Agreement.
11.4

Alteration of terms
All additions, amendments, modifications and variations to this Agreement
be effectual and binding only if in writing and signed by the duly autho
representatives of the Parties.

11.5

Waiver

11.5.1 Waiver by any Party of a default by another Party in the observance and
performance of any provision of or obligations under this Agreement:
(a)

shall not operate or be construed as a waiver of any other or subsequent


default hereof or of ather
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(b)

shall not be effective unless it is in writing and executed by a duly


authorised representative of the Party; and

(c)

shall not affect the validity or enforceability of this Agreement in any


manner.

11.5.2 Neither the failure by any Party to insist on any occasion upon the performance of
the te&s,-conditions and provisions of this Agreement or 'any obligation
thereurider nor time or other indulgence granted by any Party to another Party.
shall be treated or deemed as waiver ofsuch breach or acceptarrce of any variation
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of any such right hereunder.
or the relinquisli~rlc~rt
11.6

No third party beneficiaries


.This Agreement. is solely for the benefit of the Parties and no other person or
entity shall have any rights hereunder.

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Survival

11.7.1 Termination of this Agreement:


shall not relieve the Partiks of any obligations hereunder which expressly
or by ilnplicatio~lsurvive termination hereof; and

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except as otherwise pruvided in ally provision of this Agreement expressly


limiting the liability of either Party, shall not relieve either Party of any
obligations or liabilities for loss or damage to the other Party arising out
of, or caused by, acts or omissions of such Party prior to the effectiveness
of such termination or arising out of such termination.

11 -7.2 All obligations surviving the cancellation, expiration or termination of this


Agreement shall only survive for a period of 3 (three) years following the date of
such termination or expiry of this Agreement.

11.8 Severability
If for any reason whatever any provision of this ~ ~ r e e m e isn tor becomes invalid,
illegal or unenforceable or is declared by any court of competent jurisdi '
any other instrumentality to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable the
legality or enforceability of the remaining provisions shall not be
manner, and the Parties will negotiate in good faith with a view to
or more provisions which may be substituted for such invalid, unen
illegal provisions, as nearly as is practicable to such invalid,
unenforceable provision. Failure to agree upon any such provisions
subject to dispute resolution under Clause10.1 of this Agreement or o
11.9

Successors and assigns


This Agreement shall be. binding on and s h a i r e to the benefit of the Paniei
and their respective successors aid pem'itted assigns.

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All notices or other communications to be given or made under this Agreement


shall be in writing and shall either be delivered personally or sent by courier or
registered post with an additional copy to be sent by facsimile or e-mail. The
address for service of each Party,its facsimile number or e-mail are set out under
its name on the signing pages hereto. A notice shall be effective upon actual
receipt thereof, save that where it is received after 5.30 (five thirty) p.m. on a
business day, or on a day that is not a busihess day, the notice shall be deemed to
be received on the first business day following the date of actual receipt. Without
prejudice to the foregoing, a Party giving or making a notice or communication by
facsimile or e-mail shall promptly deliver a copy thereof personally, or send it by
courier or registered post to the addressee of such notice or communication. It is
hereby agreed and acknowledged that any Party may by notice change the address
to which such notices and communications to it are to be delivered or mailed.
Such change shall be effective when all the Parties have notice of it.
11.11 Language
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All notices, certificates, correspondence and proceedings under or in connection


with this Agreement shall b e in English.
11.12 Authorised representatives
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Each of the Parties shall, by noticeS'in writing, designate their respective


authorised representatives through whom only all communications shall be made.
A Party hereto shall be entitled to remove andlor substitute or make fresh
appointment of such authorised representative by similar notice.

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This Agreement may be executed in four counterparts, each of which when


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IN WITNESS WHEREOF THE PARTIES HAVE EXECUTED AND DELIVERED

THIS AGREEMENT AS OF THE DATE FIRST ABOVE WRITTEN.


THE COMMON SEAL
OF
CONCESSIONAIRE has been affixed
pursuant to the resolution passed by the
Board of Directors of the Concessionaire
at its meeting held on the ......... day of
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cf .........., Director, who has signed these
presents in token thereof and .........,
Company Secretary 1 Atlthorised Officer
who has countersigned the same in token
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SIGNED, SEALED AND


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For and on behalf of
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AUTHORITY OF lNDIA by:
(Signature) .
(Name)
(Designation)
(Address)
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(e-mail address)

(Signature)
(Name)
(Designation
(Address)
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(See Clause 33.2.1)

PANEI; OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS


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Panel of Chartered Accountants

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the Concessionaire shall prepare a mutually agreed panel of 10 (ten) reputable
firms of Chartered Accountants having their registered offices in India (the
"Panel of Chartered Accountants"). The criteria for preparing such Panel and
the procedure to be ~doptedin this behalf shall be as set forth in this Schedule-T.
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Invitation for empanelment


The Authority shall invite offers from all reputable firms of Chartered
Accountants who fulfil the following eligibility criteria, namely:
(a)

2.2

the f i n should have conducted statutory audit of the annual accounts of at


least one hundred companies registered under the companies Act, 1956,
of which at least ten should have been public sector undeitakings;
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the firm should have at least 5 (five) practising Chartered Accountants on


its rolls, each with a minimum experience of ten years in the profession;

(c)

.the firm or any of its partners should not have been disqualified or blacklisted by the Comptroller and Auditor General of lndia or the Authority;
. and,

(d)

the firm should have an office in the State or in an adjacent State with at
least 2 (two) practising Chartered Accountants on its rolls in such State.

lnterested firms meeting the eligibility criteria shall be required to submit a


statement of their capability including the bio-data of all the practising Chartered
Accountants on its rolls. In particular, each firm shall be required to furnish yearwise information relating to the names of all the companies with an annual
turnover exceeding Rs. 100,00,00,000 (Rs. one hundred crore) whose annual
accounts were iudited by such firm in any of the preceding 5 (five) A c c o u n t i k
Years.
Evaluation and selection
The information furnished by each firm shall be scrutinised and evalua
Authority and 1 (one) point shall be awarded for each annual
companies specified in Paragraph 2.2 above. (For the avoidance of
which has conducted audit of the annual accounts of any such corn
years shall be awarded five points).

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The Authority shall prepare a list of all the eligible firms along with the points
scored by each, such fim and 10 (ten) firms scoring the highest pointsshall be
hartered Accountants.
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scrutiny and comments, if any. The ~oncessionaireshall be entitled to scrutinise
the reIevant records of the Authority to ascertain whether the selectio? of firms
has been undertaken in accordance with,the prescribedprocedure and it shall send
its comments;if any, to the Authority within 15 (fifteen) days of receiving the
aforesaid panel.

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The Authority shall, after considering all relevant factors including the comments,
if any, of the Concessionaire, finalise and constitute a panel of 10 (ten)' firms
which shall be deemed to be the mutually agreed Panel of Chartered Accountants.

5.2

After completion of every five years from the date of preparing the mutually
agreed Panel of Chartered Accountants, or such earlier period as may be agreed
between the Authority and the Concessionaire, a new panel shall be prepared in
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VESTING CERTIFICATE

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The Chairman, National Highways Authority of India (the "Author,ity") refers to


the Concession Agreement dated ....................(the "Agreement") entered
into between the Authority and M/s VIL Rohtak Jind Highway Private Limited
(the "Concessionaire") for 4 Laning of Rohtak lind Section from km 307.000 to
km 347.800 of NH-71 and connecting link from krn 347.800 of NH-71 to km
9.400 or"NiI-71k to be executed as BOT (Toll) groject on DBFO Pattern under
NHDP Phase 111 in the State of Haryana (the "Project Highway") on design,
build, finance, operate and transfer ("DBFOT")basis.

The Authority hereby acknowledges compliance and fulfilment by the Concessionaire

of the Divestment Requirements set forth in Clause 38.1 of the Agreement on the
basis that upon issue of this Vesting Certificate, the Authority shall be deemed to
have acquired, and all title and interest of the Concessionaire in or about the
Project Highway shall be deemed to have vested unto the Authority, free from any
enc~mbrances,charges and liens whatsoever.

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condition of this Vesting Certificate that nothing contained herein shall be construed
or interpreted as waiving the obligation of the Concessionaire to rectify and remedy
any defect or deficiency in any of the Divestment Requirements andlor relieving the
Concessionaire in any manner of the same.

Signed this .................day of ............., 2 0 ..........at Delhi.


AGREED, ACCEPTED AND SIGNED
For and on behalf of
CONCESSIONAIRE by:
(Signature)
(Name)
(Designation)
(Address)

SIGNED, SEALED AND DELIVERED


For and on behalf of
NATIONAL HIGHWAYS
AUTHORITY OF INDIA by:
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(Address)
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The National Highways Authority of India, established under the National


Highways Authority Act 1988, represented by its Ciiairtrlan arid having its
principal offices at G-5 & 6, Sector 10, Dwarka, New Delhi-110075 (hereinafter
referred to' as the "Authority" which expression shall unless repugnant t o . the
context ur rneanit~gthereof iilcludc its administrators, success&s and assigns);

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inborporatcd under the provisions - of the Companies .Act, 1956 and, having its
registered office at B -5/2l, Vishal K'RaKd; Gomiti Nagar, ~!cknow 226010,
Uttar Pradesh, lndia , (hereinafter referred to as the "Concessionaire".which
expression shall unless repugnant to the context or meaning thereof inclide,
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its registered office at ...................1 ...., acting for and on behalf of the Senior
Lenders as their duly authorised agent with regard to matters arising out of'or in
,relation to this Agreement (bereinatler referred to as the "Lenders'
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and.conditions set forth in the Financing Agreements.

Senior Lenders have requested the Abthority to enter inti this substitution
Agreeme"t for securing their interestj fhrough assignment, transfer.and
substitution of the Concession to a Nominated Company in accordance with 'the
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w'ith the Concessionaire. (the "Cohcession Agreement") for 4 Lanin
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Jind Section from km 307.000 to km 347.800 o f ~ ~ - and
km 347.800 of NH-71 to km 9.400 of NH-71A to be executed as
project on DBFO Pattern under NHDP Phase I11 in the State of'
design, build, finance, operate and transfer basis (DBFOT), and a copy
annexed hereto and marked as Annex-A to form part of this Agreement.

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provisions of this Agreement and the Concession Agreement.

(D) In order to enable implementation of the Project including its financing,


construction, operation and maintenance, the Authority has agreed and undertaken
to transfer and assign the'concession to a Noininated Company in accordance

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Agreement.

NOW,THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing and the respective covenants


and agreements set forth in this Agreement, the receipt and suficiency of which is hereby
acknowledged, and intending to be legally bound hereby, the Parties agree as follows;
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t , following words and exprcsiions shall, unless
repugnant, to the context or meaning thereof, have the meaning hereina'fter
respective!^ assigned to them:
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"Agreement" means this Substitution Agreement and any amendment thereto


made in accordance with the provisions contained in this Agreement;

"Financial Default" means occurrence of a material breach of the terms and


conditions of the Financing Agreements or a continuous default in Debt Service
by the Concessionaire for a minimum period of 3 (three) months;
"LendersJ Representative" means the person referred to as the Lenders'
Representative in the foregoing Recitals;
"Nominated Company" means a company, incorporated under the provisions of
the Companies Act, 1956, ?elected by the Lenders' Representative, on behalf of
Senior Lenders, and proposed to the Authority for assignmenthransfer of the
Concession as provided in this Agreement;
"Notice of Financial Dcfault" shall have the meaning ascribed thereto in Clause
3.2.1; and
"Parties" means the parties to this Agreement collectively and
any of the Parties to this Agreement individually.
Interpretation
References to Lenders' Representative shall,, unless repugnant to the con
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1.2.2 References to Clauses are, unless stated otherwise, references to Clauses of this
Agreement.

1.2.3 The words and expressions beginning with capital letters a d defined in this
Agreement shall have the meaning ascribed thereto herein. and the words and
expressions used in this Agreenient and not defined herein but defined in the
Concession Agreement shall, unless repugnant to the context, have the meaning
ascribed thereto in the Concession Agreement.
1.2.4 The rules of interpretation stated in Clauses 1.2, 1.3 and 1.4 of the Concession

Agreement shall apply, rn~rtatisrnutnndis,to this Agreement.

ASSIGNMENT

2.1

Assignment of rights and title


The Concessionaire hereby agrees to assign the rights, title and interest in the
~on'cessionto, and in favour of, the Lenders' Representative.pursuant to and in
accordance with the provisions of this Agreement and the Concession Agreement
by way of security in respect of financing by the Senior Lenders under the
Financing Agreements.

SUBSTITUTION, OF 'THE CONCESSIONAIRE

3.1

Rights of substitution

3.1.1

Pursuant to the rights, title and interest assigned under Clause:2.1, the Lenders'
l<epresentativ'e shall be entitled to substitute the Concessionaire b y a Nominated
Company under and in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement and the
Concession Agreement.

3.1.2 The Authority hereby agrees to substitute the Concessionaire by endorsement on


the Concession Agreement in favour of the, Nominated Company selected by the
Lenders' Representative in accordance with this Agreement. (For the avoidance of
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doubt, the Senior Lenders or the Lenders' Representative shatl not be entitled to
operate and maintain the Project Highway as Concessionaire either individu
collectively).
3.2

.Substitution upon occurrence of Financial Default

3.2.1

Upon occurrence of a Financial Default, the Lenders' Representative may


notice to the Concessionaire (the "Notice of Financial Default") alon
particulars thereof, and send a copy to the Authority for its information and
record. A Notice of Financial Default under this Clause 3 shall be conclusive
evidence of such Financial Default aid it shall be final and binding upon the
Concessionaire for the purposes of this Agreement.

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3.2.2 Upon issue of a Notice of Financial Default hereunder, the Lenders'


Representative may, without prejudice to any of its rights or remedies under this
~ g r e e m e n tor the Financing Agreements, substitute the Concessionaire by a
Nominated Company in axordance with the
of thk ~ ~ r e e m i n t .. .

3.2.3 At any time after the' Lenders' ~ e ~ r e s e n t a t i vhas


e issued a Notice of Financial'
Default, it may by notice require the Authority to suspend all the rights .of the
Concessionaire and undertake the operation and maintenance of the Project
Highway in accordance with the provisions of Article 36. of the Concession
Agreement, and upon receipt of such notice, the Authority shall undertake
Suspension under and in accordance with the provisions of the Concession
Agreement. The aforesaid Suspension shall be revoked upon substitution of ;he
Concessionaire by a Nominated Company, and in the event such substitution is
not completed within 180 (one hundred and eighty) days from the date of such
Suspension, the Authority may terminate the Concession Agreement forthwith by
issuing a Termination Notice in accordance with the provisions of the Concession
Agreement; provided that upon writien request from the Lenders' Representative .
and the Concessionaire, the Authority may extend the aforesa.id period of 180
(one hundredand eighty) days by a period not exceeding 90 (ninety) days. For the
avoidance of doubt, the Authority expressly agrees and. undertakes to .terminate
the Concession Agreement forthwith, upon receipt o f a written request from the
~enders'Representative at any time after 240 (two hundred and forty) days from
the date of Suspension hereunder.
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3.3.1 Upon occurrence of a Concessionaire Default, the Authority shall by a notice


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and, grant 15 (fifteen) days time to the 'lenderss Representative to make a
representation, stating the intention to substitute the Concessionaire by a
Nominated Company.
3.3.2 In the event that the Lenders' Representative makes a representation to the
Authority within the period of 15 (fifteen) days specified in Clause 3.3.1, stating
that it intends to substitute the Concessionaire by a Nominated Company, the
Lenders' Representative shall be entitled to undertake and compIete the
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the provisions of this Agreement within a Period of 180 (one hundred and e i "@"'
days from the date of such representation, and the Authority shall eiiher with
Termination or undertake Suspension for the aforesaid period of 180 (one hun
and 'eighty) days; provided that upon written request from the Lende
Representative and the Concessionaire, the Aufhoriry shall extend the aforeraid'h 4 1.*
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Procedure for substitution

3.4.1

The Authority and the Concessionaire hereby agree that on or after the date of
Notice of Financial Default or the date of representation to the Authority under
Clause 3.3.2, as the case may be, the Lenders' Representative may, without
prejudice to any of the other rights or remedies of the Senior Lenders, invite,
negotiate and procure offers, either by private negotiations or public auction or
tenders for the take over and transfer of the Project Highway including the
Concession to the Nominated Company upon such Nominated Company's
assumption
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the Financing Agreements.

3.4.2 To be eligible for substitution in place of the Concessionaire, the Nominated


Company shall be required to fulfil the eligibility criteria that were laid down by
the Authority for shortlisting the bidders for award of the Concession; provided
that ihe Lenders' Representative may represent to the Authority that all or any of
such criteria may be waived in the interest of the Project, and if thp. Authority
determines that such waiver shall not have any material adverse effect on the
Prjtct, it may waive all or any ofsuch eligibility criteria.
3.4.3 Upon selection of a Nominated Company, the Lenders' Representative shall
request the Authority to:
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acccdc to transfer to the Nominated Company the right to construct,


operate and maintain the Project Highway in accordance with the
provisions of the Concession Agreement;

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endorse and transfer the Concession to the Nominated Company, on the


same terms and conditions, for the residual Concession Period; and

(c)

enter into a Substitution Agreement withthe ~enders'Represhtative and


the Nominated Company on. the same terms as are contained in this
Agreement.

3.4.4 If the Authority has any objection to +he transfer of Concession in fav
Nominated Company in accordance with this Agreement, it shall w
(fifteen) days from the date of proposal made by the Lenders' Repres
give a reasoned order after hearing the Lenders' Representative. If
objection is raised by the Authority, the Nominated Company shall be d
have been accepted. The Authority thereupon shall transfer and endorse the
Concession within 15 (fifteen) days of its acceptanceldeemed acceptance of the
Nominated Company; provided that in the event of such objection by the
Authority, the Lenders' Representative may propose another Nominated
Company whereupon the procedure set forth in this Clause 3.4 shall be followed
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for substitution of such Nominated Company in place ofthe Concessionaire.


Selection to be binding
'The decision of the Lenders' Representative and the Authority in selection of the
Nominated Company shall be final and binding on the Concessionaire. 'The
Concessionaire irrevocably a@ees and waives any right to challenge the actions
of the Lenders' Representative or the Senior Lenders or the Authority taken
pursuant to this Agreement including the transferlassignment o f the Concession in
favour of the Nominated Company. The Concessionaire agrees and confinns that
it shall nct have any right to seek revaluation of arsets of the Project or the
Concessionaire's shares. It is hereby acknowledged by the Parties that the rights
of the Lenders' Representative are irrevocable and shall not be contested in any
proceedings before any court or Authority and the Concessionaire shall have no
right or remedy to prevent, obstruct or restrain the Authority or the Lenders'
Representative from effecting or causing the transfer by substitution and
endorsement of the Concession as requested by the Lenders' Representative.

PROJECT AGREEMENTS
Substitution of Nominated Company in Project Agreements
The Concessionaire shall ensure and procure that each Project Agreement
contains provisions'that entitle the Nominated Company to step into such Project
Agreement; in its discretion, in place and substitution of the Concessionaire in the
event of such Nominated Company's assumption of the liabilities and obligations
of the Concessionaire under the ~once'ssionAgreement.
TERMINATION O F CONCESSION AGREEMENT
5.1

Termination upon occurrence of Financial Default


At any time after issue of a Notice of Financial Default, the Lenders'
Representative may by a notice in writing require the- Authority to terminate the
Concession Agreement forthwith; and upon receipt of such notice, the Aut
shall undertake Termination under and in accordance with
Article 37 of the Concession Agreement.

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In the event that no Nominated Company acceptable to the
and recommended by the Lenders' Representative within
hundred and eighty) days or any extension thereofas set
Authority may terminate the Concession Agreement forthwith in accordance with
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The Authority and the Concessionaire hereby acknowledge and agree that,
without prejudice to their any other right or remedy, the Lenders' Representative
is entitled to receive from the Concessionaire, without any further reference to or
consent of the Concessionaire, the Debt Due upon Termination of the Concession
Agreement. For realisation of the Debt Due, the Lenders' Representative shall be
entitled to make its claim from the Escrow Account in accordance with the
provisions of the Concession Agreement and the Escrow Agreement.

DUR4TION OF THE AGREEMENT

6.1

Duration of the Agreement


This Agreement shall come into force from the date hereof and shall expire at the
earliest to occur ofthe following events:
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INDEMNITY

7.1

General indemnity

7.1.1

The Concessionaire will indemnify, defend and hold the Authority and the
Lenders' Representative harmless against any and all proceedings, actions and
third party claims for any loss, damage, cost and expense of whatever kind and
nature,arising out uf ally breach by the Concessio~laireof any of its obligatioils
under this Agreement or on account of failure of the Concessionalre to comply
with Applicable Laws and Applicable Permits.

7.1.2 The Authority will indemnify, defend and hold the Concessionaire

against any and all proceedings, actions and third party claims fo
damage, cost and expense arising out of failure ofthe Authority to fu
obligations under this Agreement, materially and adversely a
performance of the Concessionaire's obligations under the Concession
or this Agreement, other than any loss, damage, cost and expense, arls~
acts done in discharge of their lawful functions by the Authority, its officers,
servants and agents.
7.1.3 The Lenders' Representative will indemnify, defend and hold the Concessionaire
harmless against any and all proceedings, actions and third party claims for any
loss, damage, cost and expense arising out of failure of the Lenders'
Representative to fulfil its obligations under this Agreement, materially and

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Concession Agreement, other than any loss, damage, cost and expense, arising out
of acts done in discharge of their lawful functions by the Lenders' Representative,
its officers, servants and agents.
Notice a ~ l dcontest of claims
In the event that any Party hereto receives a claim from a third party in respect of
which it is entitled to the benefit of an indemnity under Clause 7.1 or in respect of
which it is entitled to reimbursement (the "Indenlnilied Party"), it shall notify
the other Parry resporsible for indcmnifiing zud! c l e h hereuider (the
"Indemnifying Party") within 15 (fifteen) days of receipt of the claim and shall
not settle or pay the claim without the prior approval of the Indemnifying Party,
such approval not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed. In the event that the
Indemnifying Party wishes to contest or dispute the claim, it may conduct the
proceedings in the name of the Indemnified Party and shall bear all costs involved
in contesting the same. The Indemnified Party shall provide all cooperation and
assistance in contesting any claim and shall sign all such writings and documents
as the Indemnifying Party may reasonably require.

DISPUTE RESOLUTION

8.1

Dispute resolution

8.1.1 Any dispute, difference or claim arising out of or in connection with this
Agreement which is not resolved amicably shall be decided by reference to
arbitration to a Board of Arbitrators comprising one nominee each of the
Authority, Concessionaire and the Lenders' Representative. Such arbitration shall
be held- in accordance with the Rules of Arbitration of the International Centre for
Alternative Dispute Resolution, New Delhi (the "Rules") or such other rules as
may be mutually agreed by the Parties, and shall be subject to provisions of the
Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996.
8.1.2 The Arbitrators shall issue a reasoned award end such
binding on the Parties. The venue of arbitration shall be
arbitration shall be English.
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9.1

Governing law and jurisdiction


This Agreement shall be construed and interpreted in
governed by the laws of India, and the Courts at Delhi shall have jurisdiction over
all matters arising out of or relating to this Agreement.

9.2

Waiver of sovereign immunity

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agrees that the execution, delivery and performance by it of this


Agreement constitute commercial acts done and performed for
commercial purpose;

(b)

agrees that, should any proceedings be brought against it or its assets,


property or revenues in any jurisdiction in relation to this Agreement or
any transaction contemplated by this Agreement, no immunity (whether
by reason of sovereignty or otherwise) from such proceedings shall bc
ciaimed by or on behalf of the Authoriiy with respect to its assets;

(c)

waives any right of immunity which it or its assets, property or revenues


now has, may acquire in the future or which may be attributed to it in any
jurisdiction; and

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conscnts generally in respect of the enforcement of any judgement or


award against it in any such proceedings to the giving of any relief or the
issue of any process in any jurisdiction in connection with such
proceedings (including the making, enforcclment or execution against it or
in respect of any assets, property or revenues whatsoever irrespective of
their use or intended use of any order or judgement that may be made or
given in connection therewith).

Priority of agreements

In the event of any conflict between the Concession Agreement and this
Agreement, the provisions contained in the Concession Agreement shall prevail
over this Agreement.
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~ l t e r a t i o hof terms
All additions, amendments, modifications and variations to this Agreement shall
be effectual and binding only if in writing and signed by the duly authorised
representatives of the Parties.

9.5

Waiver

9.5.1 . Waiver by any Party of a default by another Party in the


performance of any provision of or obligations under this Agreement:
(a)

shall not operate or be construed as a waiver of any other or subsequent


default hereof or of other provisions of or obligations under this
Agreement;

(b)

shall not be effective unless it

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manner.

9,5.2 Neither the failure by either Party to insist on any occasion upon the performance

of the terms, conditions and provisions of this Agreement or any obligation


thereunder nor time or other indulgence granted by a Party to another Party shall
be treated or deemed as waiver of such breach or acceptance of any variation or
the relinquishment of any such right hereunder.
9.6

N; third party beneficiaries


This Agreement is solely for the benefit of the Parties and no other person or
entity shall have any rights hereunder.

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or caused by acts or omissions of such Party prior to the effectiveness, of
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such termination or expiry of this Agreement.
Severabilitv
If for any reason whatever any provision of this Agreement is or becomes i
illegal or unenforceable or is declared by any court of competent jurisdi
any other instrumentality to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, the
legality or enforceability of the remaining provisions shall not be affected
manner, and the Parties will negotiate in good faith with a view to agreeing
or more provisions which may be substituted for such invalid, unenforceable or
illegal provisions, as nearly as is practicable to such invalid, illegal or
unenforceable provision. Failure to agree upon any such provjsions shall not be
subject to dispute resolution under Clause 8 of this Agreement or otherwise.
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This Agreement shall be binding on and shall inure to the benefit of the Parties
and their respective successors and permitted assigns.

9.10

Notices
All notices or other communications to be given or made under this Agreement
shall be in writing, shall either be delivered personally or sent by courier or
registered post with an nrlditinnal copy to bc scnt by facsimile or e-mail. Ti,e
address for scmicc of cach Party, its facsimilc number and e-mail address are set
out under its name on the signing pages hereto. A notice shall be effective upon
actual receipt thereof, save that where it is received after 5.30 (five thirty). p.m. on
any day, or on a day.that is a public holiday, the notice shall be deemed to be
received on the first working day following the date of actual receipt. Without
prejudice to the foregoing, a Party g,iving or making a nothe or communication by
facsimi!e dr e-inail shall promptly deliver a copy thereof persoually, .or send it by
'courier or registered post to the addressee of such notice or communicarion. It is
hereby agreed and acknowledged that any Party may by notice change the address.
to which 'such notices and communications to it are to be delivered or mailed.
Such change shall be effective when all the Partieshave notice of it.

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9.12

Authorised representatives
Each of the Parties shall by notice in writing designate their respective authorised
representatives through 'whdm only all communications shall be made. A Party
hereto shall be entitled to remove andlor substitute or make fresh appointment of
such authorised representative by similar notice.

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This Agreement may be executed in three counterparts, each of which when


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