The famous Agra Etawah Toll Road Project is only one example of how important the nation's highways are to facilitating interstate passenger and freight movement. The length and breadth of the nation is covered by these road networks, which link the capitals of the federal and state governments, important ports, rail hubs, border routes, and international highways. The goal of Modern Road Makers is to offer superior roadway infrastructure that adhere to high standards. Additional lanes, better road surfaces, segregated carriageways, grade separations with limited access at intersections, fences, and other features are all provided by these amenities. The highways built as part of the Agra Etawah Toll Road Project are built with through traffic and quickly moving vehicles in mind. Ownership of the highway may be divided between the Central Government and a State Government depending on whether the road is designated as a National Highway or a State Road. The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) and AE Tollway Private Limited (AETPL), a concessionaire and special purpose vehicle (SPV) of IRB Infrastructure Developers Ltd., entered into a concession agreement on September 1st, 2015 to carry out the building, running, and maintaining of the Agra Etawah Bypass NH 2 Project. After the scheduled date, the project will be under concession for 24 years. The concessionaire is permitted to charge drivers the notified user fee during this time. The 124.52 km stretch of NH 2 between Agra and Etawah in Uttar Pradesh is part of the Agra Etawah Bypass NH 2 Project. Under a build-operate-transfer (BOT) or design-build-finance-operate-transfer (DBFOT) arrangement, this section will be increased from four to six lanes. The following are some salient aspects of the project: - Six-lane highway covering a distance of 124.52 kilometers; - Total lane length of 750 kilometers; - Roadway length of 84.725 kilometers; - Slip road length of 30.282 kilometers; - Three large bridges; - Thirty small spans; - Seven overheads; - Seven railway overpasses; - Noise barriers covering a distance of 3.08 kilometers; - Streetlights covering a distance of 44.68 kilometers; - 213 24 years and Rs. 3,244 Crores are included in the concession period. describing the hallway The busy National Highway 2 runs across several Indian states, including Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, and West Bengal. It is also known as the Delhi-Kolkata Road. The Agra Etawah Bypass NH 2 Project is one of the most important projects that the NHAI has ever undertaken. Agra, Firozabad, Mainpuri, and Etawah are just a few of the Uttar Pradesh districts that are traversed by this proposed highway route. Agra, Etmadpur, Firozabad, Shikohabad, Jaswantnagar, and Etawah are notable towns along this route. Agra, known for the magnificent Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri, and Red Fort, is a well-known travel destination worldwide. Additionally, Bharatpur National Park's bird sanctuary has been designated a World Heritage Site. The Sikandara mausoleums of Itmad-ud-Daula and Akbar are also under consideration as potential World Heritage Sites.