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1 I National Highways Authority of India (Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport & Highways) Government of lndia IMPROVEMENT, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, REHABILITATION AND STRENGTmNING OF EXISTING 2-LANE ROAD AND WIDENING TO 4-LANE DIVIDED HIGHWAY FROM KM TO KM OF AX-3 (PIMPALGAON - DHULE SECTION) IN THE STATE OF MAHARASHTRA ON BUILD, OPERATE & TRANSFER POT) BASIS CONCESSION AGREEMENT - between National Highways Authority of India, G-5 & 6, Sector-10, Dwarka, New Delhi and MIS IRCON - SOMA Tollway Private Limited, Palika Bhawan, Sector-13, R.K.Puram, New Delhi VOLUME-II (SCHEDULES) September 2005

2 ) National Highways Author& of In& Concession Agreement \ 9 Volume I1 SCHEDULES SCHEDULE NO. PARTICULARS SITE (IF THE PROJECT A 1-64 SCOPE OF THE PROJECT B 1-44 PROJECT FACLITIES C 1-9 SPECIFICATIONS & STANDARDS D 1-23 APPLICABLE PERMITS E 1-2 BANK GUARANTEE FOR PERFORMANCE SECURITY F 1-11 SCHEDULE OF USER FEE G 1-4 PROJECT COMPLETION SCEDULE H 1-3 DRAWINGS I I TESTS TO BE CONDUCTED J 1 COMPLETION CERTIFICATE K, K1 OPERATION & h4aintenance (O&M) L 1-27 MONTHLY FEE STATEMENT COLLECTION STATEMENT M 1 SELECTION CRITERIA FOR INDEPENDENT CONSULTANT N 1-3 TERMS OF REFERENCE OF INDEPENDENT CONSULTANT TRAFFIC SAMPLING P 1-2 ESCROW AGREEMENT Q 1-22 STATE SUPPORT AGREEMENT R 1-13 SAFETY REQUIREMENTS S 1-22 CRITERIA FOR LIST OF CHARTERED T 1-2 ACCOUNT ANTS SUBSTITUTION AGREEMENT U 1-18 VESTING CERTIFICATE V 1 PASSENGER CAR UNIT FACTORS W 1 REPORTING AND RECORD REQUIREMENTS X hung of hmpalgaon to Dhule &on of NH-3 on BOT basis

3 Ndonal Hiihways Autho* of In& Concession Agreement ANNEXURES Annexure I NHAI letter No. NHAIIBOT/11019/2/2003 Dt W (Tender Notice) Addendum No. 1 I 1-6 Annexure I1 Gazette Notification of GO1 entrusting Pimpalgaon -Dhule Section of NH 3 to NHAI I Annexure 111 hmi letter No. NHAYBOT/11019/2/2003/145 Dt (LOA) Annexure IV Letter No. IRCON/CPDIMORTH&H-BOTI88.4 dt IV 1 Annexure \' hlemorandum of understanding V :-3 Annexure \-i Letter No. IRCON/3OlIIPDBRP/COICPDIOI dt VI 1-24 Annexure \'I1 Letter No. IRCON13011/PDBRP/IS?'PL dt VII 1-2 Annexure \.I11 Details of Minimum Rlachinen and Key Personnel VIII I-? 4-laning of Pimpalgaon to Dhule seaion of NH-3 on BOT basis

4 Schedule -A SlTE OF THE PROJECT 1 GENERAL 1.1 THE SlTE National Highway No. 3 popularly known as Agra-Bombay road connects Agra one of the most important tourist center of the country to Mumbai the Capital of Maharashtra and passes through states of Uttar Pradesh. Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh & Maharashtra. Other important towns connected by this National Highway are Dholpur in Rajastan, Gwalior. Shivpuri, Guna. Dewas and lndore in Madhya Pradesh and Dhule and Nashik in Maharashtra. Dholpur is known for its bird sanctualy, Gwalior is one of the most important education center of Madhya Pradesh, Dewas is close to Ujjain, a pilgrimage center. lndore is most important business and commercial center of Madhya Pradesh and Nashik in Maharashtra is an important ancient pilgrimage center of India. The road therefore besides carrying normal goods and passenger traffic is of great tourist interest. The project road section itself has a rich historical background and provides access to nearby several places of religious and tourist Importance. Ellora caves are close to Aurangabad town approachable from Dhule through NH-211. Ajanta caves are about 150 km beyond Aurangabad. Aurangabad town itself is known for Bibi ka Makbam and Aurangzeb Tomb at Khultabad. Along the project road Renukadevi temple near Chandwad, Fort at Laling, ancient Rakdoba Hanuman temple, Mahadev temple at Zodge and Khanderao temple at Chandanpuri on Gima river are other known places of tourist interest. Shirdi is approachable through Malegaon. The existing road in the project section is a 2 lane road with flexible pavement having fairly good condition. There are several sharp curves especially where the road passes through ghat sections. In the process of providing an alignment suitable for high speed road, short realignments are involved. There is no bypass involved in the section. 1.2 DISCLAIMER The data presented in this schedule is for an initial understanding and guidance of the Concessionaire. NHAl will not be responsible for any inaccuracy in the information provided and shall not be liable for or be bound by the data used by

5 the Concessionaire in evaluating the project viability. The Concessionaire will carry out his own lndependent surveys for assessing actual position of the project corridor. The Concessionaire acknowledges that prior to the execution of this Agreement, the Concessionaire has satisfied himself (based on his own Independent assessment) of the survey data, specifications and standards, site and all information provided by the NHAI. The concessionaire acknowledges and accepts the difficulties, risks and hazards likely to arise during the course of performance of his obligations hereunder. 2 DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT HIGHWAY An Index map and location plan of the Project Highway is enclosed at Annexure- Al. Along the existing road, KM stones are fixed in entire length of the Project Highway. During topography survey with Total Station, observations made were not the same as kilometer stones fixed at site. The relationship between existing krn stones and Design ~'haina~e is enclosed at Annexure- AZ. In the Detail Project Report (DPR), the project highway from existing km stone 265 (start of the Project) to km stone 360 (end of the Project) is divided in to 2 packages namely - i) Package A :km and ii) Package B : km For package A, the km stone 265 has been assigned value of Design Chainage as and its end point i.e km stone 316 has Design Chainage as (refer Annexure 142). So, length of package A is km. For Package B, the same km stone 316 has been now assigned value of Design Chainage as km and its end point i.e km stone 380, (which is also end point of the Project) has the Design Chainage as km So, the length of Package B is km. The total length of the Project Highway is = The Base Plans for the project road showing the existing alignment, buildings. utilities etc. may be obtained from the Detailed Project Report. 2.1 START AND END OF THE PROJECT HIGHWAY The Project Highway starts at Km stone 265 of Dhule Bypass and ends at Km - - stone 380 short of Pimpalgaon. As per Design Chainage, the actual length of Project Highway is Km. General information about project stretch is given in Table A-I below.

6 SI. No. Particulars Reach km 265 to km 380 Length 3. 1 State km Maharashtra Nearest rail head 1 Manmad I 5. ( Nearest airport I AurangabadlMumbai CLIMATE The climate of the project area is generally dry except during the south-west monsoon season between June and SeptemberIOctober. The maximum temperature in summer in the month of May and minimum temperature in winter in December as recorded in the year 2002 is 46.6 C and 11.5 C respectively. The average annual rainfall in the area is around 675 mm

7 2.3 ROAD INVENTORY The project road generally lies between Latitude N20 53' to 20' 15' and longitude E 74"47' to 74' 06'. The road traverses through mainly plainlrolling terrain except for short stretches in 3 locations (km 271 to km 278, km 341 to kin 346 and km 350 to km 352) where it is aligned through rocky area. The existing road of Project Highway has generally two-lane black topped carriageway 7.0 m wide with m wide earthen shoulder. At few locations, paved shoulders 1-1.5m wide also exist. Detailed Road Inventory is enclosed at Annexure- A LAND DETAILS The existing right-of-way (ROW) of the project road varies widely and ranges between 19 m to 50 m. Generally it is 25 rn to 35 m. The existing ROW is 45 m in some stretches, where the road geometric5 had been improved by realignment1 construction of bypass. The existing road is generally in the center of existing ROW and in order to construct another additional carriageway by the side of existing road additional land could be required on widening side. Annexure- A4 shows existing right of way along the Project Highway. 2.5 TRAFFIC Traffic count details as per the survey conducted by design consultants in 3 locations on the Project Highway are given in the Table A d below. 2.6 PAVEMENT COMPOSITION AND CONDITION Till , this section of the project road was a single lane bituminous carriageway. Thereafter the road was widened to 2-lane carriageway of 7.0 m width. The sub-base and base course of original road consisted of 250 to 300 mm

8 WBM layers with pre-mix carpet renewals carried out from time-to-time. Widening to 2-lane was done with 300 mm WBM in layers over 150 mm of moorum sub- base. Later the road was corrected for profile followed by 50 mm EM wearing coat and 40 mm of asphaltic concrete. The existing pavement thickness as of now varies between 390 mm to 450 mm, as ascertained from the P.W.D. authorities and as verified from pavement investigations. The details of pavement composition are shown in Annexure- A 5. Figures A-I to A-5 represents the pavement condition details as in SepU Oct Figure A-I Roughness rnmlkrn from Dhule to Pimpalgaon (both directions) -Average - of both directsons Chainage (Km) Figure A-2 Average Rut Depth (nm) from Dhule to Pimpalgaon

9 Figure A-3 Average % of cracks from Dhule to Pimpalgaon ~.- ~-. ~ -Average of both directions 9 s Chainage (Km) Figure A 4 Average % of Patching from Dhule to Pimpalgaon I -Average of bolh directions 1 Chainage (Km)

10 Figure A-5: Average % of Potholes from Dhule to Pimpalgaon 0.40 d.35 Fig: 3-% of Potholcr rmm Dhule to Pimpalgaan NH-3 ~ $ O x ~ % $ X % X % I E R R 1 ~ 2 9 R % a P O, z " c "~XzXpz27"z~~+,:~&s n "?Z?? wr.r. -a x a a n n ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a c DRAINAGE The project road is predominantly aligned through rural areas with cultivated fields or barren and rocky lands on both sides. The surface flow during precipitation is generally drained to the adjoining areas on either side. The road skirts around an irrigation tank in km 349, the water from which is used for irrigation purposes in nearby areas. The roadside drainage along the Project Highway needs improvement, predominantly in urban stretches. 2.8 ROAD GEOMETRY The existing road generally follows the terrain, through plainlrolling in topography, except the following sections where the road has been aligned in ghat sections by cutting along the hill slopes: (i) Laling ghat section Km to Km (ii) Rahud Ghat Section Km to Krn (iii) Chandwad Ghat Section : Krn to Krn The road had been constructed, to begin with as single lane, for traffic of the day with sharp curves and steep gradients in stretches across ghat sections where there are a number of existing sharp curves, which are substandard, having radii less than 250 m. There are also sections with gradients as steep as above 7%. Location of existing

11 There are a few difficult reaches to be tackled; where realignments, re-grading etc. will be required to ensure safety of traffic. Most of these reaches are in forest areas and acquisition of forest land will be involved. Forest lands is mostly devoid of vegetation. i) Km to km (Laling Ghat) There are two minor bridges (27511 & 27512) situated close to each other. Their deck level is low, resulting in very steep gradient in approaches. As a result, this is an accident prone location. Re-grading of the road here is essential to ensure safety of traffic. ii) Km to km This stretch is accident prone because of sharp S-curve in the section with steep rising grades, difficult for truck trailers to negotiate. Realignment of substandard curves and re-grading is required here to overcome the bottlenecks in the alignment. iii) Km 343 to km 346 (Rahud Ghat) This reach is through ghat section with series of sharp curves and steep gradients resulting in serious bottleneck to traffic flow. Realignment and regrading is essential to render this section safe for traffic. iv) Km 350 to km 352 (Chandwad Ghat) This reach again passing through ghat section and close to an ancient Renuka Devi temple is a serious bottleneck because of very sharp curve & steep grades near the temple. Realigning the road away from temple and in the process improvement to grades and curve radii is essential for traffic safety. v) Km to This section passing through wadali Bhui village is congested with limited roadway and habitation on both side. Removal of encroachments, provision of service roads and safe crossing facility for slow traffic, pedestrians & animals is required. An overpass will be needed here for safe crossing of pedestrians, animals, slow & light traffic. 2.9 ABUTTING LAND USE Barring reaches km 270 to km 279; km 284 to km 287; km 305 to km 308; km 341 to km 353 which pass through reserved forest area, and few reaches passing through built up areas like Dhule, zodge, Malegaon. Chandwad etc. most of the land is agricultural or barren & rocky. The forest areas are mostly devoid of -- - vegetation. Predominant land use in various reaches is depicted at Annexure- A8. There are a number of towns and villages along the project road involving to Districts namely Dhule and Nasik. Three major towns along the road are Dhule. Malegaon and Chandwad. All these 3 towns have been provided with bypasses in the past. Total number of villages and towns through which the road passes

12 are given at Annexure-AS (A) CROSS DRAINAGE STRUCTURES The road is crossed by a number of rivers, streams and nallas etc. The project road has 256 culverts and 32 bridges. Some of the important rivers and streams are listed hereunder: Km 283 Krn 298 Km 310 Km 314 Km 324 Km 330 Km 361 Km 365 Km 370 : Bori Nadi : Khanoli Nallah : Wawadi Nallah : Girna River : Jawala and Deodi Nallah : Gulali Nadi : Pimpala Nallah : Shelu Nallah : Vinita Nallah The cross drainage as existing seems adequate for drainage of the area. New drainage structures will be required where detourslrealignments may be required. Details of existing culverts and bridges are at Annexure-AlO (6) ROBlRAlLWAY LEVEL CROSSING There is one railway level crossing in the project road at Krn 265A+800 where Chalisgaon-Dhule railway line crosses. This is a manned level crossing on a single-track section of a branch line, with more than six closures a day INTERSECTIONS A number of National Highways and State Highways intersecvmeet the project road. Besides, these majowoads a number of major District Roads and ODR's meet the project road all along the route. The road crossings total to about 106. Major roads that intersect this NH stretch are given in Tablea3 below. 1. Krn 265A+050 : NH-211 from Airrangabad leading to Dhule town and crossing at Km 265A+050.

13 2. Km : Road taking off from NH-3and linking with NH-6 3. Km : SH-15 from Parola joins NH-3 near Arvi village. 4. Km : SH-19 from Chalisgaon meets NH-3 near Malegaon 5. Km : Road to Malegaon city 6. Km : SH-10, known as Manmad Road, joins NH-3 at Malegaon. 7. Km : SH-24 from Manmad-Shirdi joins NH-3 at Chandwad. 8. Km : SH-7 from Satana meets NH-3 near village Mangrul. 9 Km : Road to Deola 2.12 DETAILS OF ON-GOING WORKS Except for 8 minor bridges which are under widening to full 2 lane formation width, no other works in the project road section are in progress. The minor bridges were widening was in progress are Lagya nalla 295" km, Bhatti nalla 298m km, Khanole nalla at 298Ih km. 2 local nallas 309'~ km. 2 local nallas at 322nd km. local nalla 324Ih km.

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15 LENGTH OF EXISTING KILOMETER ON THE PROJECT HIGHWAY Annexure : A2

16 LENGTH OF EXISTING KILOMETER ON THE PROJECT HIGHWAY Annexure : A2

17 LENGTH OF EXlSTlNG KILOMETER ON THE PROJECT HIGHWAY Annexure : A2

18 Annexure : A2 LENGTH OF EXISTING KILOMETER ON THE PROJECT HIGHWAY

19 ROSO Ma.: Agn - MumlUI mad (NHJ) *"!on (FROMJ(Lm) TO IXmI: HLWO STATE L DISTRICT: ~.h.r.shm, onule adst. ROAD INVENTORY SURVEY DATA Road No.: NHJ noad cu.smuuon: N.uw.I~~~~ lu8lloor 80 tuv2oot Dm nsu~v:

20 ROAD INVENTORY SURVEY DATA *...,. -, =.... J.., -.,. \? From fkml :-....,;.\,.., fkm) ZSs/Mp.* 2S ,. 2sq0o ',' ,.,,, nmo 27015W ~01 27WOO - 272m MW 270mo W 272~~) W nmln (PIaW Hill~l Plain Plain Plain Plain Plsln Plain Phm Hilly Hluy ~ Hilly Land Us. fsuin upr ApM-u 1-duU.U Len &rimuiliup BarrerJApo Bamn Banen Agti /\gn Buiuvp nil1 Hill Hlll Rlghl IndusViaUB UilI.UP BmWul!-UP Barn Banen Banen B m BviCvp HII HIU Hlll Nameor WII~Q~I 'Own Dhuie CIY Dhulscny LlMuNW mnihg~ FDrmlUOn widlh ( I PIY.~.. IBTICUGRI ERI (every 500 m) BT ST BT BT BT BT BT BT BT BT C1RRIAGEWAY Wdth (.vary 500 m) O lwwpnpl 0 F F F P P P F F P Sultace me' ~BTICCIGPJER) (every 3W 1 BT+ER BT+ER BT+ER ER ER ER ER ER ER ER* BT(bm km 273nW lo 2731yxIl SHOULDER widm,5'"/5!${ 1.5rl l.s+l Condition -(WTIPNPJ G F F F P P P P P P?bank mcnl n.w lml en RbM W WlU" 0 H cmin 8 whnr. gencn fml NO NO No No No No NO NO No N~ LOC.~IO, (kin) Sam. Road lo Slms 27011W. 8M 3 srushen-(r) am, nmm Road to village -(L) 3-arm.271iO10 3am srm. 271R10 %am eU iam. 271BM 001a111 olcmss Roads Road No. Small Earmenmad (L) and Road to Rlnak. Sidgaon. Junnar (R) and Road w tikd (L) R0edrwL.l~ villape (L) Camageway width (m) - both 3.0 rn ai roads m Remans Sewice~d mnunuwa uplo km 26813M.. bov13.0mscmleon RHS h Lahmg viuxpukm Lalingghat slam slm 27214W 11 Rela"wg ",a', *mu lnm km 27214W lo km 272rWO Mh heighla vllqinghdm lrnlomm LHS - Hill 0" born *' - Hill on born Ildel - : >.Ss.01-r-.eR.RlbER.- -

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25 . Q Fro", Ro.6 Nama : Agn - Mvmhai mad INH-31 ROAD INVENTORY SURVEY DATA 3ECtIDOIFROMI IhDII: Re.# No. : NK3 TO 1Lm1: %,em0 ~0.8 cia..incatian : U.~I.~,I HI^^^.^ STATE L DISTRICT: Ma#lnshlfa. Dhvlr dlrt. O.I< 01sumy: IYU1W2IO 2UU2002 TO,Kml Ternin (Pldrd ~ollingl HIY) Plain ma," L.nd US. (BulllUprAgMonsU 1nduslrl.U en Agn AQ" ~lpnt AQ" AM8 Nameof V1II.p.l - 'Own FormaUon wldlh (ml Parem.l IB$&, ERI (nvay 600 m) BT BT CARRIAGEWAY wlnn Con!1Dn I.v.rySOP m) (WFBNP) F P Svasa WPC* (BTICUOWERI lavery 4W m) ER ER SHOULDER Embank. man1 Halghl Submergence conswon I Len im) ~~w5~21.(gifipnp) Ri#hr P P - -. NO NO Delallr of Cross Roads ~ o s ~ t : ~ ~ Road No. Ihm) 4.arm. hm a %arm. Lm 29BnBO Y+.X~ 29815W Cn8halnd-~ana~e roedsinfeme~tion and Road to PWD gusl house. collami(l) RoadlaPWDpverl ~OUUI, Ch~haihol (L) Carriageway width (m) bolh30m 30 Remans 299iWO W 3cnfml main Pldn Plain Agri BMSolW Bsrmn Agn BMUI BarmnlAgti o.a 11.0 BT BT BT F P F ER ER ER P P P.-I No NO No -. 3W1500 M 1 W 30liDW MlmX) plan m ~ n ana an 6ansn BarrenlAgti BamniAgn BT BT F F ER ER P P.. NO No 3mm. km 3CUV20 Y+..L; Road to Plpsr mom IL) RoadIoSayana khurd village (R) 30 30

26 Road Nan?. : Agn. Mumb.1 mad INH.31 J.clbn(FROMJ iknl: TO Ikml : ITATELDISTRICT: MlbaRIh#m. DhYI. dist. ROAD INVENTORY SURVEY DATA R9.d NO.: NHJ Ro.dCl...ffl"tb.: ".".R.l.,~"r.y Munsuw: wru2oor to2uvtwz

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31 r', 1\8111( ,\, wad N.N: *pn. MUrnhli m.d,n"j) Smhn IFRDMI(kn1: TO,kt"\: 1t11,ma 6TAlE DISTRICT: Mlhlm~hlra, Dhhb dl,,. ROAD INVENTORY SURVEY DATA,. lo.# NL: NHJ md chnsrnuuon: muon.~ ~ b ~ h ~ ~

32 Rq.6 Nam : Ipn - Mumbai r0.a (NHJ) YCUon llroh)(kml: 21S.W TO I*ml: 3,6.000 STATE 1 DISTRICT: Mab.nshlra. Dhul. dk1. ROAD INVENTORY SURVEY DATA * R0.d No. : MI4 RO~dCI.S~llltlll~n : N.llo~l Highway 0.- Of surny : l(1u2002,

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35 Road Name : Pion. Mumhi road INH.31 LC**" lfrom,i*mi: 20,.mo TO Ihn) : lll.000 STATE L DISTRICT : Mlhlrashtra, Ohul. din ROAD INVENTORY SURVEY DATA

36 ROAD INVENTORY SURVEY DATA Rend Name: Apn -Mumbsi mad (NH.31 ofio ion {FROMI lkml: Road NL: NW.3 TO llm): RndCln.l7~aUon: Nnn~nl ~lmway STATE I DISTRICT : Mahlralhtn, Dhule dlll SUIY.": lylltw2,. IY11200, remain (PIalN ROlllngl Hlllyl Pb'm Railing Land US. (BYII~ unapnrorrsu IndusWaU ~cn Bul4p Barrempti ~lght Bullt4p Barren Nam.ol vlllagel Khadskjlmb Mag. Formation wldth ImI Pavement NPc' lbricugw ER) 1n.y 600 ",I BT BT CARRIAGEWAY I-R 7.0 ~o ml 7.0 sunas. Con(lp typr' P F IBTKUGRIER) I.nry6WmJ ER ER SHOULDER wdth :grs:2! CmdlUon..(WFPNP) P P ~mbmk. man1 Helghl CI Ltfi nqht - - Submar. genc. lm) NO NO ~aauon Ikml Jam, km 37315M Details ~ c r n~oads s ~ Road No. Road 10 ~anvad uilla~s (L) camageway width (m) 30 Remarks Damstton RHS at km 37~80 (39 m lmm ed~e d u") mW Rollmg Barran Barren 11.0 BT 1.0 F ER 2 2 P. No T~Iepn011. Depl Cabin room on RHS at krn 371M00 on RHS(15m fmm edge of u"1

37 ROAD INVENTORY SURVEY DATA MI. irw Bl.anu,,.n,. LL.C-IL~I.I., 0". ".*I LR.C."hn (... l,.",.. O.R", r.,.,,.*u,vr..".,,pr*,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,"., <,," d.,,., ",,,.,,.,

38 DETAILS OF RIGHT OF WAY

39 DETAILS OF RIGHT OF WAY

40 DETAILS OF RIGHT OF WAY

41 DETAILS OF RIGHT OF WAY

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48 PAVEMENT COMPOSITION DETAILS

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52 DETAILS OF EXISTING CURVES RADII LESS THAN 250 M SI. No. I '2 Location - Existing Chainage 265Al Existing Curve Radius

53 LOCATIONS WHERE EXISTING GRADIENTS ARE STEEPER THAN 5% I SI. No. I Location (Existing km) 1 Existing Gradient - I From To I Marginally exceeding 5% % to 5.32% I I 1 I /2 Marginally higher than 5% 5% to 8% Marginally exceeding 5%

54 PREDOAIINENT LAND USE Annexure - A8

55 Annexure - A8

56 Annexure -A9 List of vilages adjoining NH3 Dhule Pimpalgaon Km 265 to 380

57 Annerure: A10-1 Salient Features of Existing Culverts SrNo. 1 Project Chainage Lacarion Existing Chaisaze Existing 'YPC H.P span(m) 3 x 0.9 Height (m) UIS DIS Remarks SAlll7 Slab AI-5 Slab SATjO H.P A1600 Slab l121 1 Slab Old Arch culven later widened by RCC slab Slab Old Arch culven later widened by RCC slab. 22 I I lot Slab

58 Annerure: A10-I Salient Features of Existing Culverts / E ~ ~ ~ g l 1 ~ 1 Location 1 I 1 Hei&t(m) I sr No. s p a n ( m ) m l Chainage Chainage UIS DIS Remarks I I I I I I I 49 ( ( Slab Reinforcement exposed Slab ( 2.4 ( Old Arch culvert later widened by RCC slab. I Slab H.P H.P H.P H.P 0.9 I I I R26 I Slab Old Arch culven later w~dcnca 57 ( ,475 ( Slab Re~nforcement is exposed by RCC slab I I I I I I I ( 58 ( Slab I Slab Old Arch culven later widened by RCC slab Not in H.P I, use Slab

59 Salient Features of Existing Culverts Annexure: AIO-1

60 Salient Features of Existing Culverts Annesure: A10-1

61 Annexure: A10-1 Salient Features of Existing Culverts Remarks culvert Slab Slab H.P Slab This is an old Arch culvert later widened by RCC slab. Reinforcement of existing culvert slab is exposed. This is an old Arch culvert later widened by RCC slab Sleb This is an old Arch culvert later widened by RCC slab Slab Reconst~ction realignment to road proflle H.P

62 Annexure: A10-1 Salient Features of Existing Culverts Remarks

63 Salient Features of Existing culverts Annexure: A10-1

64 Salient Features of Existing Culverts Annexure: A10-1

65 U~LILIW I rcn I unc ur ta15 I ING SRIDGES, % I No Location (Existing m Name of River and type of Crossing Length of Bridge & Span Arrangement (m) Superstructure Type of Bridge Substructure Foundation Remarks (27511) Anwar (i)lnalla 27.5 [ ] R.C.C. slab C.R. masonry Open 2 (27512) Anwar (II)INalla 14.8 r R.C.C. slab C.R. masonry Open 3 (27912) Rokadoba 27.5 [ ] R.C.C. slab C.R. masonry Open 4 (28112) Local 16.6 [ ] R.C.C. slab Masonry1 P.C.C. Open 5 (28113) Local ] R.C.C. slab Masonry Open (283M) (28314) I (28611) 28516FO,- (28912) Bhilya nalla Borl river (major) Kolti Nalia Local Nalla [ ] 89 [ ' ] 17.3 [ ] 27.5 [4'6.75] R.C.C. slab R.C.C. cantiliver slab R.C.C. slab R.C.C. slab Masonry C.R. Masonry C.R. masonry C.R. masonry Open Open Open Open

66 Annexur 8- A10.2 SI. No. Location (Existing km) Name of River and type of Crossing Length of Bridge B Span Arrangement (m) Superstructure Type of Bridge Substructure Foundation Remarks 10 (29011) Nandal Nalla 12.3 [ ] Concrete Slab Masonry1P.C.C.IR.C.C. Open 11 (29311) Satmori Nalla 22.5 [7"3.2] R.C.C. slab over masonry arches CR Masonry Open 12 (29412) Pandeola nalla I 7 [ R.C.C. slab over masonry arches CR Masonry Open 13 (29511) Lagya Nalla 15 [ ] Masonry Arches Masonry Arches Open 14 (29811) Bhatti Nalla 17.5 [ ] R.C.C. slab over masonry arches CR Masonry Open 15 (29813) Khanoli nalla 33.3 [ ] R.C.C. slab over masonry arches CR Masonry Open (30911) 308H58 (30912) Local Nalla Local Nalla 15.5 [ [ R.C.C. slab R.C.C. slab Masonry C.R. masonry : Open Open (31011) Wawadl Nalla 55.3 [27+27] R.C.C. slab RCC Well (311H) Nalia 7.9 [1.7.9] R.C.C. slab Stone Masonry Open

67 SPLIENT FEATURE OF EXISTING BRIDGES - $ -....,,-., 3...,'. '.;.\,.,.... \,.., -.. L 21 : =.-. :,:... 1, i , i,.: : il._.(_i '-L.."-* x.:,;.,.;,,:,, <.\, SI. No Location (Existing km) (31313) to (32211) (32212) Name of River and type of Crossing Gima River Local Nalla Local Nalla Length of Bridge 8 Span Arrangement (m) 15.1 [ ] 426 [I 7' [ Superstructure R.C.C. slab R.C.C. slab over AI R.C.C. slab over AI Type of Bridge Substructure RCC CR Masonry CR Masonry Foundation Open Open Open Remarks - 23 (32411) Local Naila 30 [ R.C.C. slab Masonry Arches Open 24 (32412) Deodi Nalla 19.6 [ l R.C.C. slab PCC Open,.,? h h (33013) (35411) (35614) I (36112) Gulall River Lendi Nalla Gori Nalla Pimpala 58.4 [ [1* [ ] [ ] R.C.C slab R.C.C. slab over Masonry Arches R.C.C. slab R.C.C. slab R.C.C Masonry RCC plerlcc Abutment R.C.C. Open Open Open Open

68 SI. No. Location (Existing km) Name of River and type of Crossing Length of Bridge 8 Span Arrangement (m) Superstructure Type of Bridge Substructure Foundation Remarks 29 (36511) Shelu 38.5 [9.75 t9.45t9.4t9.51 R.C.C. slab RCC Open (370fl) Vinita 44.5 [ ] R.C.C slab RCC Open (37811) Ozarkhed Canal 8.7 I1'8.71 R.C.C slab RCC Open (379fl) Kajali (skew) [ I 51 R.C.C. stab R.C.C. Open # A-L

69 SCOPE OF THE PROJECT 1 GENERAL Following section of this schedule briefly highlights the scope of the work of the 'Project'. The description of the requirements for the various elements of the Project Highway given herein under are the bare minimum requirements for the 'Project'. The 'Project' has the same meaning as defined in para 1.I of concession agreement. In the planning, design and execution of the works and other works in connection with the repair, maintenance or improvement of the Project Highway and functions associated with the construction of the Project Highway and roadside facilities, the Concessionaire shall take all such actions and do all such things (including, but not limiting to, organizing itself, adopting measure and standards, executing procedures including inspection procedures and highway patrols and engaging and managing contractors agents and employees) as will i) enable NHAl to provide an acceptably safe highway in respect of Its condltlon (structural safety) and use (road safety) and, i i) iii) iv) enable NHAl to fulfill its statutory and common law obligations and, enable NHAl to provide a congestion free unintenupted flow of traffic on the Project Highway and, enable NHAl to provided a level of service to the public not inferior to that provided on the trunk road during construction or improvements works and v) enable the Police, local authorities, and others in performing statutory duties or functions in relation to the Project Highway or adjoining roads to fulfill those duties and functions and vi) vii) viii) minimize the risk of damage. destruction or disturbance to third patty property and ensure that members of the public are treated with all due courtesy and consideration and provide a safe clear and informative system of road signs and ix) comply with any specified program requirements, including for the completion of the x) new road and enable standards of fitness for the purpose appropriate to a highway to the character of the Project Highway to be achieved thought out the Contract Period and xi) xii) ensure adequate off-street parking facilities for both passenger and goods vehicles and provide adequate bus bays for stopping of buses and bus shalters for commuters to wait under protection and I

70 xiii) xiv) xv) xvi) achieve a high standard in the appearance and aesthetic quality of the Project surrounding landscape through both sensitive design and sensitive management of all visible elements including those on the existing road and undertake proper safety audit through an appropriate consultant (i.e. apart from the lndependent Consultant) before C.O.D. carry out accident recording and reporting (to ICINHAI) by classification on regular basis and ensure adequate safety of the Project Workers on the work site. 2 PROJECT HIGHWAY Notwithstanding the base alignment plans enclosed with this document, the Concessionaire shall himself carryout and be responsible for engineering surveys, investigations and detailed engineering designs and prepare the working drawings for all the components relevant for the improvement and upgradation of the Project Highway to fulfill the scope of ihe project as envisaged herein under. The designs for different project facilities shall follow the locations and indicative designs given in Schedule C and shall comply with design specifications and standards outlined in Schedule D. The maintenance of the different elements of Project Highway and facilities thereon shall follow the minimum maintenance requirements as described in Schedule L. All the designs and drawings shall be reviewed by the lndependent Consultant prior to execution. 2.1 (A) CROSS SECTIONS The Project Highway (1!8.158km long) shall be widened to have a Clane divided carriageway with 1.5m wide paved shoulder facility and wide earthen shoulder. The typical cross section of Highways of four laning divided cartiageway with (wide median) is applicable for all the rural sections, the typical cross section with (narrow median) and service road is applicable for the urban areas, which shall be followed along with the minimum design criterion, mentioned below for the development of the Project Highway. The typical cross sections to be considered are given at Figure B-1 to Figure B-11. A. suggestive widening scheme as per these cross sections is given at Table B-1. The alternative cross section of the Project Highway at the cross drainage structures shall follow the typical cross sections in consultation with the lndependent Consultant at the time of construction. The utility services, including optical fibre cables, shall be providedin me utility corridor earmarked for this purpose on the side where it is convenient to the Concessionaire or the concerned Authority with the approval of lndependent Consultant and NHAI. The existing optical fiber cable shall be relocated by the respective owner at a safe place as indicated by IClNHAl in such a way that it causes least hindrances to the executm of project. In urban sections the utility services shall be provided through underground ducts provided for this purpose. For cross connection, the utility services shall be carried

71 through the nearest cross drainage structurelcattle crossing below its deck slab and above HFL. In absence of such a structure in the vicinity of the proposed location, it shall pass through separate underground ducts. Location and design of the cross utility ducts shall be finalized at the detailed design stage in consonance with the ICINHAI. Cross-sectional elements of the suggested cross-sections are the basic minimum requirements. Minor alterations1 modifications can be carried out within the overall suggested cross-section. along with proper justification, in consultation with ICINHAI.

72 SI. - No. Design Chainage (km) TableB-I: Type of Road Cross Sections Reach Existing kilometerage (km) Typical Cross section (in general) Median width Remarks I I I I 1. Km to Km to Type II Central widening! I i I i 2. Km to Km to Type II Taper 4.5m to 2m Centrai Widening i i Km to Km to Km to Km to Km to 265A.375 Km 265 A.375 to 265B.350 Krn to Km to Type Ill Type XI Type Ill I 2 m 2m I 7 roads 2 m Centre widening 1 with service j roads on both sides 1 - Approach to / railway over! bridge with service roads on both sides : Central widening with service on both sides 1 j left side, Type VI 2 m Left side : widening and service road 7. Km to Km to Type 1 Taper 2 m to m Left ride I widening I Km to Km to Km to Km to Type m Type I 1 I eft side 1 widening Taper Left side 1 : 4.5m to ' widening i 1.8m I I!

73 SI. - No. 10. Reach Design Chainage I Existing (km) ( kilometerage (km) Km to Km to Typical 'Cross section (in general) Toll Plaza Median width 1.8 m Remarks - Toll plaza 11. Km to Km to Type 1 Taper 1.8 m to 4.5 m Left side widening Km to Km to Km to Km to Km Type.I Type m Taper 4.5m to 2 m Left side widening efts side) widening 14. Km to I Km to Type VI 2 m Right side service road. Len side widening upto and Right side widening upto Right side widening mostly cutting or right side & filling on lefl side Km to Type VII 2 m ~eometric improvement mostly cutting Km I1220 Km to Type 1 Taper 2 m to 4.5 m Side widening. Partly right side & partly left side. Type 1 / Mostly right /

74 SI. - No. Design Chainage (km) Reach Existing kilometerage (km) Typical Cross section (in general) Median width Remarks side widening. hlostly filling 19. Km to Km to Type VII & Type IX 4.5 Realignment. Partly cutting, Partly filling 20. Km to Km to Type m' Right widening C 21. Km to Km to Type Vlll & Type IX 4.5 m Realignment 22. Km to Km to Type m Side widening mostly right side 23. Km to Km to Type 1 Taper 4.5m to 2m Right side widening Type 111 & Type IV Widening right side with both side service roads Type VI t Type XI m Widening right side. Service road only on left side Service road on both sides with overpasses Krn to Krn to Type 1 Taper 2 rn to 4.5 rn Right side widening

75 I 28. Reach Typical Cross section (in Design Chainage Existing general) kilometerage (km) Km to Km to TYP~ 1 Median width 4.5 m Remarks Side wideningmostly left. Right widening in some portion 29. Km to Km to Type 1 Taper 4.5 m to 2m Right side widening 30. Km to Km to Type IV 2 m Mostly right side widening with service roads on both sides 31. Km to Km to Type 1 Taper Left side 2m to widening 4.5m I I ~m to Km to ~m to Km to Type 1 Type Vlll 4.5 m m side widening Geometric improvement 34. Km to Km to I I Km to I Type Vlll Geometric Type m side widening 35. Krn to improvement Mostly left side widening. Right side only to I I i I 37. Km to Km to Typel! Taper Central / 4.5 m 1 widenins

76 Reach Typical Cross section (in Design Chainage Existing general) kilometerage (km) Km to Type Ill Type VII Mostly central widening with both side service roads Left side widening mostly. Road in cutting Taper 2m to 4.5 m Left side widening side '" "Ling I Km to Type II 4.5 m Central widening I Km to Type m Righ! / / wideningside / 1 I 1 1 Km to Type II 4.5 m Central widening Km to I Type l I 4.5 m 1 Left side widening 46. Krn to m Overpass service roads both sides 4.5 m 1 Girna Bridge I ~ype l 4.5 m j eft side I Km to widening

77 SI. - No. Reach Typical Cross Median Remarks section (in width general) Design Chainage Existing (km),kilometerage (km) I I I 49. Km to Km to Type II Central widening Krn to Km to Type II Taper Central 4.5m to widening 2m i 51 Km to Km to Type Ill 2 rn / Central i widenirg I both side j service 1 roads to Km to Km Type XI 2m / ~ lover y to to Type Ill 2 m Central widening both side service roads Type IV & m Mostly central widenirg. Service roads both sides 2m to 4.5m side widenirg I I I I 56. Km to ~m 315A.100 to T Y P ~ ~ 4.5 m - Left side widenirg I 57. Km to Km to Type I 4.5 m Side widenir 3 (Left) I Km to Km to Type I 4.5 m Right side widen~r Km to Km to I Tv~e I 4.5 m Side

78 - SI. NO. - Design Chainage (km) Reach Existing kilometerage (km) Typical Cross section (in general) Median width Remarks r 60. Km to I I Km to ( Type l m / Left widening Km to Type Vlll 4.5 m Realignment for curve improvement 61. Km to I I I I 62. Km to Km to Type Vlll m / Realignment 63. Km to Km to Type VI m Realignment/ Rt. Widening service road on left side 64. Km to Km to Type IV 4.5 m Left side widening. Service roads on both sides. 65. Km to Km to Type rn Left widening 66. Km to Km to TYPe I Taper m to 1.8 I I I I m / 67. Km to Krn to Toll plaza 1.8m Left widening 68. Km to Km to Type I Taper 1.8 m to 4.5m Left side widening Km to Type m Km to TYPe 1 Taper m to 2 m Left side widening Left side widening

79 SI. - No. Design Chainage (km) Reach Existing kilometerage (km) Typical Cross section (in general) Median width Remarks Km to Km to Type IV 2 m Both service roads side 72. Km to I Km to Type V Both I service roads side 73. Km to Km to Type IV 2 m Left side widening with both side service roads 74. Km to Km to Type I 2 m to Lefl side widening Km to Km to Km to Km to TYPe I Type Vlll 4.5 m 4.5 m Left side widening Realignment I 77. Km to Km to Type Vlll Taper 4.5 m to 2m Re-grading Km to Km to Type IX m 1 Re-grading Km to Km to Type X without retaining wall Km to Km to Type VII cutting side Km to Km to Type side widening Km to Type IV 2 m - Left side widening mostly with both side service roads

80 86. Km to Km to Type VII 2 m Geometric Improvement 87. Km to Km to Type IX 2 rn Realignment 88. Km to Krn to Type I 2 rn Left side widening 89. Km to Km to Type lv 2 rn Left side widening with service roads on both side. 30. Km to Km tc Type I Taper to 4.5rn Left side widening 91. Km to Km to Type I 4.5 m Left side widening 92. Km to Km to Type I Taper 4.5 m to 2rn Left side widening 93. Km to Km to Type XI 2 rn Overpass and Service roads both sides

81 SI. - No. Design Chainage (km) Reach Existing kilometerage (km) Typical Cross section (in general) -- Median width Remarks i 94. Km to Km to I Type I 2m B Bridge approaches. Left side widening I 95. Km to Km to Type I Taper 2m to 4.5 m Left side 96. Km to Km to Type 1 4.5m Left side widening partly left & partly right In table B-1, for items at SI. No.4 and 52, the viaduct section shall be provided up to vertical clearance of 2.50m to facilitate uninterrupted cross movement of local traffic. 2.1 (6) LONGITUDINAL SECTION As a minimum, the concessionaire shall achieve the finished road level (FRL) as given in the Detail Project Report. 2.2 SERVICE ROAD The service road shall be provided at the locations given in Table 8-2. Width of service road shall be 5.5 m all through. Table B-2 : Service Road Locations SI. No. Location (Existing krn) Villagelcity ltown RHSILHS 1. Km to km Dhule city LHS & RHS 2. Km to km Dhule city LHS! 3. Km to km Laling village RHS 4. Km to AN^ village LHS & RHS 5. Km to I I Km to I Awi village I LHS & RHS j Km to km Km to km Arvi village LHS Zodge village 1 LHS & RHS I Malegaon ; LHS& RHS, - I b, ;... ; ;., j,'.. ;.-; :-,y..-

82 Km to km 315A.100 ( Malegaon I LHS&RHS I I 11. I Km to Saundane village 1 LHS I I ( Km to km Saundane village (LHS&RHS I 1 SI. No. I 9. Km to km Malegaon LHS & RHS 13. Km to km Umbrane village LHS & RHS Location (Existing km) Villagelcity ltown RHSILHS 14. / Km to km Rahud village LHS & RHS 15. Km to km Chandwad township LHS & RHS 16. Km to km Vadali Bhui village LHS & RHS 2.3lNTERSECTlONSl JUNCTIONS (AT GRADE) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Adequately designed junctions with channelisations shall be provided at major junctions and it will be ensured that right turn and left turn (acceleration and deceleration) lanes (auxiliary) are adequate for safe and smooth movement of traffic. Auxiliary acceleration and deceleration lanes shall be provided for left turning traffic at entrances to major roadside facilities such as Wayside Amenities. Service Area and truck Lay-bys. Also auxiliary lane of sufficient capacity (length) shall be provided to create storage capacity for stream lining movement of turning vehicular traffic. Typical intersection treatments as specified in Project Report shall be applied. (v) List of major intersections/junctions to be improved is given in Table 8-3 Table 8-3 List of Major lntersectionsljunctions for Improvement SI. No Location (existing km) -;<m 265 A+050 Name of the crossroad NH Link to NH-6

83 / SI. No. Location (existing km) I Name of the crossroad I 1 5 / Km I road to Malegaon city i / 6 I Km SH-24 -to Manmad / 7 / Km State Highway i I 8. Km I State Highway Cross-Drainage Structures (Bridges & Culverts) Existing and new culverts and bridges shall be constructed wide enough to accommodate the adjacent road cross section. The proposed improvement scheme for culverts is given at Annexure-61 and that for bridges is given at Annexure-B2. All the cross-drainage structures and other structures shall be designed in accordance with the design standards set in Schedule- D. Following guidelines shall be followed: i) All the bridges located on new carriageway and those located on the existing carriageway and requiring reconstruction shall be 3-lane structure matching with 6- lane roadway geometry. ii) iii) iv) The existing culverts shall be widened to match the new road cross sections For major bridges in urban or rural areas open median shall be provided with minimum 4.5 m clear gap between two parapet walls of the bridges. However for minor bridges covered median of the same width as of highway shall be provided. The adequacy of the vent size for all culvertslbridges shall be ascertained through detailed hydrological surveys and finalized in consultation with the ICINHAI. The Highest Flood Level 1 Maximum Supply Level shall be properly assessed after collecting flood histories form local authorities1 interviews with locals I Irrigation authorities. v) Canal bridges shall be designed as per hydraulic requirements of irrigation authorities. The construction plans shall be prepared as per closure schedule of canals. Approval of GAD from irrigation department may be required. It may be preferred to plan single span canal bridges with foundations oat distl~rbing the canal bunds. vi) The new bridge shall be so planned as not affect the foundations of existing bridge vii) For drainage purpose the newlto be reconstructed pipe culverts of minimum 1.2m dia. shall be provided. The existing 1 m dia. Pipe culvert shall be extended to the new carriageway using the same diameter pipe. viii) The culverts for irrigation channels may be of smaller (not less than 300 mm)

84 diameter with sump well and screen on both side to prevent entrapment of leaves etc. inside. The cross drainage plan of the highway shall be finalized in consultation with IClNHAl and if required additional culverts provided Underpasses Underpasses at following locations are obligatory. i) Km m horizontal clearance - Arvi village and minimum 3.5 m vertical clearance i i) Km m horizontal clearance 8 minimum 4.5m vertical clearance iii) Km m horizontal clearance & minimum 4.5 ~n vertical clearance iv) Km m horizontal clearance & minimum 3.5 m vertical clearance. V) 5 (five) Nos. cattle 6m horizontal clearance and min. 3.5m vertical clearance. and pedestrian crossing (location to be finalized in consultation with NHAll IC) ROB The existing railway Level Crossing at Dhule over Dhule-Chalisgaon railway line will be replaced by a 6-lane overbridge. In order to permit free local cross movement in this built up portion, viaduct structure shall be provided up to 2.5 m vertical clearance. The horizontal clearance for road to Dhule city and Dhule-Mohadi road shall not be less than 20 m. A conceptual scheme for the structure is shown at Fig. BIZ. In respect of ROB following points shall be take care of. -.. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) The ROB shall be designed, constructed & maintained as per the requirement of Railway Departmeni The Concessionaire has to enter into a tripartite agreement with Railways and NHAI. It is the responsibility of the concessionaire to obtain all necessary approvals from Railways. The concessionaire shall prepare the GAD and detail design drawings of the ROB in consultation with Railways w.r.t. type of traction, future plans, vertical and horizontal clearance etc. and get it approved from Railways. The ROB structure shall be constructed and maintained by concessionaire under supervision of Railways Flyover The existing road crossing with State Highway SH-10 to Manmad shall be replaced by 6- lane grade separated free local cross movement in this built tip..,.. -'.-...

85 portion, viaduct structure shall be provided up to 2.5 m vertical clearance. Minimum vertical clearance at the road crossing shall be 5.5 m. A conceptual scheme for the structure is shown at Fig Buildings At the location of Renuka Devi Temple (km 352), the existing 3 No. PWD buildings housing Inspection Bungalow and sub division office are required to be demolished due to regradingl realignment. The existing boundary walll fencing and approaches shall also become redundant. The Concessionaire is required to provide similar new structure with boundary walll fencing and approach roads linking NH-3. The new structure in lieu of the old structure shall have electricity, water and sewerage connection as is existing at present. The buildings shall be fully functional. 3 GEOMETRIC IMPROVEMENT i) The fla! gradients shall be corrected in such a way so as to attain an appropriate longitudinal gradient in order to achieve longitudinal drainage. Also vertical curves shall be improved /introduced so that the vertical curves meet IRC:73 standards. ii) iii) iv) The horizontal alignment of the Project Highway Shall be improved as per the standards set out in The Improvement shall be done in consultation with the independent consultant ensuring that the proposed improvements are accommodated with in the land width available as far as practical otherwise action to acquire more land shall be resorted to through NHAI. At the location of 3 Ghat sections namely Laling Ghat, Rahud Ghat and Chandwad Ghat, the existing steep gradients shall be improved by regrading1 realignment as have been indicated in the detail Project Report. 4 SLOPE PROTECTION AND DRAINAGE The improvements in the drainage and the slope erosion shall be made as per the following norms: 4.1 DRAINAGE MEASURES Following measures shall be adopted: i) Side ditches of required cross Section for area Drainage on Both Side of carriageway in rural section. ii) Covered pucca drains underneath the sidewalk in the urban section iii) Pucca drains in urban sections preferably at outer edges of service roads with proper connection to the outfall location in the urban section iv) Chute drains along with shoulder drains in high embankment (3m and above) V) Median drains at super elevated sections with proper outfall connections and vi) Covered pucca drains underneath the sidewalk of proposed facility (bus bays, truck lay bys etc.) 4.2 SLOPE PROTECTION MEASURE:

86 i) Side Slope of embankments 3m high or more shall be protected by pitching or geo-meshes or geo-nets or geo-grids in consultation with the Independent Consultant. ii) Side Slope of embankments less than in height shall be turfed as per MORT&H specifications. 5 TRAFFIC SIGNS AND PAVEMENT MARKINGS Traffic signs and pavement markings shall include roadside signs, overhead signs, curb mounted signs and road marking 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 treatment shall be finalized in consultation with the independent Consultant. The overhead sign shall be the reflectorised type with high intensity retro-reflective sheeting conforming to ASTM D , Type Vlll andlor Type IX of micro prismatic type. The retro-reflective sheet of Engineering Grade shall NOT be used. The Height lateral clearance, location and instillation shall be as per relevant clauses of MOST specification. Overhead sign shall be installed ahead of major intersections. Toll plazas and urban areas as per detailed design requirement. 6 ROAD LAND BOUNDARY Road land (ROW) boundary shall be demarcated by putting boundary pillars along the Project Highway at 50 m interval. All the components used in delineating road land boundary shall be aesthetically pleasing, sturdy and vandal proof. The road land boundary shall be demarcated in consultation with ICINHAI. For future developments, additional land may be acquired so as to have 60 m ROW all along. 7 GUARD RAIL AND TRAFFIC SAFETY DEVICES i) For the safety of pedestrian at the intersection I Junction thr guard rails shall be provided to enhance the safety in UrbanISemi-Urban locations. ii) Barriers shall be provided at locations of bridge approaches and high embankments (3m and more) and at curves having radius less then 1000 m at both sides. -- iii) Delineators bollards and other safety devices shall be provided on curves and other locations as directed by IC / NHAI. 8 SITE CLEARANCE i) Utility relocation, cutting of trees a ~ providing ~ d compensatory afforestation shall onsibility of the concessionaire. The employer shall not be.. B-18 *

87 responsible for any delay on account of shifting of utilities and I or removal of Encroachment. The consequences of any delay on account of shifting of utilities shall be borne by the concessionaire. ii) Encroachments shall be removed by the concessionaire. NHAll State Government will provide administrative support.

88 L o s s I (TYPE-I) SIDE WIDENING TO 4 LANE FIG NO.-01

89 (TYPE-II) CENTRAL WIDENING TO 4 LANE FIG NO.-B2

90 FIG NO- 83

91 .- 2" *,". Of' m ~ m - (TYPE-IVI OW WU CSB FIG NO- 84

92 (TYPE-V) CENTRAL WIDENING TO 4 LANE WITH EMBANKMENT WITH SERVICE ROAD FIG NO.- 85

93 q., I * &I (TYPE-VI) 4 LANE WITH ONE SIDE SERVICE ROAD IN BUILT UP SECTIONS M Y CSB,,,. ~- /' I FIG No T - ~

94 ..3 -.'.. J -.,-I I -.', I. I I I I I.. I : I.....I -1 SI 2, LO, I, I I I I I I (Type-VII) 4 LANE CARRIAGEWAY WITH REALIGNMENT IN GHAT SECTIONS (BOX CUTTING) FIG No

95 l (TYPE-VIII) TYPICAL CROSS-SECTION OF SUPERELEVATED SECTIONS FIG No- 08

96 CfB WmPUL clcm 0 ism. c/c C chm o 15m. E/C DEOlCNm MPE M) mmnc YOE POPE. WMICH&TR IS FUTlER I (TYPE-IX) TYPICAL CROSS SECTION FOR HIGH EMBANKMENT

97 OFANAGE PIPE 0 15 C/ STONE PITCHINO ".5", DCCP - (Type : X) 4 LANE CARRIAGEWAY WITH 2rn MEDIAN FOR REALIGNMENT IN CUTTING AND FILLING 7., FIG NO- El0.. / '.-/;.,' 5-29

98 .. - ~ ~ ~ ~. (Typo : XI) CROSSSECTION AT GRADE SEPERATORS BEYOND VIADUCT

99 Annexure: B-l Proposed Improvement Scheme for Culverts Sr No. Project Chainage Loearion Existing Chainage Existing span(m) type Height (m) UIS DIS Proposed Scheme Existing width Type of widening Proposed size ( m X rn) I H.F 13 x widening pipe 1 3 x0.9 1 * Reconstruction -

100 Proposed Improvement Scheme for Culverts Annesure: B-1 Proposed Scheme C H.P H.P Slab Corresponding new culvert will be needed. Corresponding new culvert will be needed. Widening i 12.0 pipe pipe slab x Slab 4, 4,35 Reinrorcerncnt exposed. Reconstruction 12.0 box 5x4 proposed S!ab Old Arch culven later widened by RCC box 5x3 rlab. Reconstruction proposed ( ( Slab I Widening slab I 2xC.7 I Slab Slab Reinforcement exposed. Reconrlruction proposed. Old Arch culvert later widened by RCC slab. Reconstruction proposed box box 5 x2.1 2x Slab Widening 12.1 slab 5 x H.P Widening 12.1 pipe I N63 HP Reconstruction 14.9 box 2x I H.P H.P Widening Widening Ij pipe pipe I 58 / I~~+OAVJ Slab 1 2 / I Widening slab 1 2x1 ( N7i I I I 1 I I I I I I Slab Slab Slah I 8 Old Arch culvert later widened by RCC rlab. Reconstruction proposed. Reiniorcernent is exposed. Reconaruction proposed. Old Arch culvlm later widened by llic' slab, proposrd slab box 6s 1.5 6s 1.2 rlab -Is 1.7

101 Proposed Improvement Scheme for Culverts Annexure: B-I

102 Proposed Improvement Scheme for Culverts Proposed Scheme Reinforcement ex Reconslruclion to road profile Reconstruction to road profile HP I \Yilcning 12.1 pipe I ;I H.P t1.p I I I I 1.3 /.I Widening \V:~CII~II; pipe pipe I I 1

103 Annexure: B-l Proposed Improvement Scheme for Culverts Sr No Project Chainage Location Existing Chainage Exisling type span(m) Height (m) UIS DIS Proposed Scheme Existing width Type of widening Proposed size ( m X m) t Al Al Al584 Slab Slab Slab Old Arch culven later widened by RCC slab. Reconstruction proposed. Old Arch culueri later widened by RCC rlab. Reconstruction propared. Old Arch culvrn later widened by RCC slab. Reconrlruetion proposed slab 12,2 box 12.2 ( box 2x 1 5 x x 1.6 Old Arch wlvert later widened by RCC I ' a Relocation on realignment / Reinforcement of existing culvert slab 3.4 3'5 is exposed. Reconstruction proposed I Slab Widening slab I 2x2 / box Slab Widening slab 1 2x /288 1 H.P Widening pipe H.P 1 1 I I 1 I I This is an old Arch culvert later I 1 I Slab Slab I I I 1 I I I proposed. 1 I H.P Widening pipe I H.P ( Widening pipe [ 0.9 ( 116 ( Slab ( 3.7 ( widened by RCC slab. Reconstruction proposed. This is an old Arch culvert later widened by RCC slab. Reconstruction Reinforcement of existing culvert slab I I I I I I IS exposed. Reconstruction ~ro~osed... I I I I 6 I x3.5 1 ( box I 3x1 I I This is an old Arch culvert later I Slab widened bv RCC slab. ~econstruction~ box I 2 r 0 8 I pipe 1.2 slab I box 2.5~1 5x widened bv RCC slab. ~econstructionl box I 15~0.9 I - Th~s 1s an old Arch culvert taler / 122 / Slab lwldened by RCC rlab Reconstrucfsnl box I 3x51 proposen I I Widening... pipe..~ -.8, proposed to reconslruc! this, 5 ' --.\ Box culvert 2m x 2m f. 1. Y ox

104 Annerure: B-1 Proposed Improvement Scheme for Culverts Pmpored Scheme..)U.r.-IU"P...I "-.,"-..., --.*

105 Annexure: B-I Proposed Improvement Scheme for Culverts Proposed Scheme C - -.\--.,. "..-.. ll.yl llli".lii ill-.> l,.,"u1l.*

106 Proposed Improvement Scheme for Culverts Aneerure: R-1

107 Proposed Improvement Scheme for Culverts Annexare: B-I

108 Annexure: B-1 Proposed Improvement Scheme for Culverts Proposed Scheme

109 PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT SCHEME FOR BRIDGES

110 R- Reconstruction W- Widening NC- New Construction

111

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113 PROJECT FACILITIES. Schedule - C 1 GENERAL The following sections of this schedule indicate the details of amenities and facilities as situated on site; and minimum spatial and functional requirements of the facilities to be provided on the Project Highway with an aim to cater to the envisaged demand till the end of the concession period. 2 EXISTING FACILITIES 2.1 REST AREAS Along the Project Highway no rest area is available 2.2 BUS STOPS There are no organized bus stop along the Project Highway. 2.3 PETROL PUMPS The List of existing Petro! Pumps along the Project Highways is given in Annexure-C-I ROADSIDE DHABAS There are several roadside Dhabas and eating places along the Project Highway. List of Dhabas is given in Annexure-C1. 3 REQUIRED FACILITIES (To Be Provided by the Concessionaire ) 3.1 TOLL PLAZA (Max. 2 No.) The location and layout of toll plaza shall be finalised in consultation with the Independent Engineer such that there is no possibility of the traffic bypassing. 'Open System' of toll collection shall be provided on the Project Highway with collection of user fee from vehicles only at the toll plaza. There shall be a total of minimum 8 (Eight) lanes having a semi-automatic system of toll collection comprising equipments for registering of vehicle classification, ticket issuing, data processing and power supply. One toll lane in each direction shall be provided for traff~c not required to pay fees

114 Appropriate technology shall be used in this regard so that not more than 6 vehiclesflane queue up during the peak hours. The design for toll plaza shall conform to the standards set out in Schedule D of the Concession Agreement. 3.2 TRUCK PARKING I LAYBYS The provision of truck lay-bays shall be governed by site requirements and parking demand and as per the guidelines of MORT&H Technical circular No. RW/34032/5/88 PO-ll dated Parking shall be designed in the form of rectangle I trapezoidal area parallel to and separated from the carriageway by a physical barrier. The parking lots shall have necessary facilities like repairing, eating, resting, fuelling and shall be suitably landscaped. Laybyes of varying lengths at the locations indicated in Table C-I shall be constructed along the Project Highway on both sides. Basic facilities such as drinking water and toilets, with proper disposal system, shall be provided at the site of each laybye. Use shall be made of existing toilets and new toilets will be provided where none are available. Table C-1 : Proposed Location of Lay-Bys - SI. No Location (Existing km) Truck lay-bys shall be provided on both sides on the above locations. 3.3 REST AREA Geometric improvement in 352" Km near Renuka Devi temple results in realignment leaving a distance of 100m to between existing road and proposed realigned road in more than 300m length. This space is earmarked for providing a rest area. The Concessionaire shall develop the Rest Area as per approval accorded by IClNHAl and the broad scope of work includes but not limited to the following:- i) Develop the Rest Area including internal roads, culverts, proper drains for achieving effective and efficient drainage system. (This includes kerb and channel, manholes etc) and linking to outfall points. ii) Paving work on internal roads iii) Creating Parking Zones for different vehicle categories iv) - All.necessary retaining walls and protective works 3.4 BUS BAYS The lay out for Bus bays shall be in accordance with IRC:80. Adequate drainage shall be provided at bus bays. Bus bays shall be constructed as per the standard specification. Bus bays shall be provided on both carriageways at locations given in Table 42.

115 Table C-2 : Bus Bay Locations along Project Highway Location Chainage (Km) I Dhule city 265/000 1 I Lalling village 1 272/300 I Awi village I 281/000! I 1 ( Purmeepade village 284/050 I Zodge village 291/000 I I Malegaon city 1 315/000 I Thera village Munse village Saundane village 317/ /000 ( Tisgaon village 1 336/050 I Umbrane village 1 338/100 I 330/050 1 Chinche village 341/050 Rahud village 347/150 j I I I Temple Chinchwad town Mangrul village Sogaras village I 358/175 I 364/000 i Malsane village 365/200 I I Khadakjamb village 1 373/800-7 Wadali Bhoi village 370/100

116 Dholerkhede village 378/ HIGHWAY LIGHTING Lighting shall be provided in rest areas, toll plazas and at intersections/interchanges. IS: 1944 (Part I and II) shall be followed in regard to lighiing installations. At the standard major Junctions, location of ROBIFlyover, Mast lighting system shall be provided. In addition, street lighting will be provided in the locations given at Table C-3. Table C LANDSCAPING Trees shall be planted in ROWS and on either side of the road with staggered pitch as per IRC: SP-21. Indicate arrangements for plantation of trees shall be in accordance with the MORT&H technical Circle No. NH-41 (34) /69. A spring of m c/c is recommended for spacing of trees parallel to the roads. Set back distance of trees needed in different situations shall be as per the IRC:SP-21 and IRC:66. Shrubs in medians shall not nomlally exceed m heights and shall be as per IRC: SP-21. The Landscaping shall be carried out as per the extant policy of NHAl as is being done on NHAl's public funded projects. 3.7 ADMINISTRATIVE, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE BASE CAMP A minimum of 300 sqm of constructed arcafo~functional base camp shall be provided. The base camp shall be located near the toll piaza location. The proposed facilities available at base camp are described hereunder. a. The main administrative, operation and maintenance base camp shall be provided to cater to the requirements oi the following services: i) Fee Collection/Security Office ii) Highway Maintenance including functional laboratory C-4 I

117 iii) iv) Facilities for storage and repair of maintenance equipments. vehicles and materials Any other requirement b. The base camp shall be housed in suitable area. The layout of the different buildings and facilities shall be finalized in consultation with the Independent Consultant. c. The Administrative building shall primarily house the Main Control Centre, the Security Headquarters, the Cential Store. the Toll audit and data processing units in addition to other secondary facilities such as computer room, office space, stores, sanitary facilities, canteen etc. The main base camp shall have adequate parking space for staff and visitors. d. The maintenance area shall have a centrally-located building to overlook the maintenance workshop etc. A separate storage area shall be earmarked for inflammable materials. The maintenance block shall have enough spaces to park the equipments and machinery deployed for maintenance activities. Adequate parking space shall be earmarked for the staff vehicles and visitors' vehicles. In addition, there shall be adequate and well-illuminated covered parking space for all the maintenance vehicles. e. In addition the base camps shall have a power sub-station and supplies room to cater to the power requirements of the camp. The sub-station shall house a standby generator to provide the required power in case of failure of normal power. f. The camps shall have adequate lighting during dark periods and night. g. There shall be underground fuel storage area with delivery facilities (Petrol / Diesel Filling Station) at the Main Base Camp site to adequately cater to the demands of maintenance and patrolling activities. h. The base camps shall not have more than one entry and one exit point. Both of these shall be manned by security personnel at all times besides installing effective electronic security system. i. The camps shall be landscaped so as to protect the area from dust and noise from the Project Highway. j. The laboratory facility to be established for testing of various materials related to -- - road construction and maintenance shall be located at the main base camp. 3.8 PROJECT VEHICLE Two Chauffeur driven brand new vehicles (Make Toyota Qualid Indigo/ Tata Indica) shall be provided to the Employer within 30 days of signing the Concession Agreement. The cost of running maintenance, driver's salary, fuel etc. complete shall be borne by the Concessionaire. The vehicle shall be required at NHAl (HQ) at Delhi and/or at site of Project Highway for the use of Project Implementation Unit. The vehicle will run about 4000 kmlmonth

118 including SundaysIHolidays. The vehicle shall be replaced after every 30 monts or after run of 1.50,000 Kilometer which ever is earlier.

119 Annexure Cl List of Petrol Pumps and HotelslDhabas along Project Road... From.- To Petrol Pumps... HotelsIDhabas km km RHS LHS RHS A A I RP. 4

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122 A' 1. General SPECIFICATIONS & STANDARDS Schedule D The project/ Project Facilities shall conform to the minimum design requirements set out in this Schedule. National Highways Authority of India has appointed Consultants for carrying out Survey Investigation and preparing the Detailed Project Report. Copy of the detailed project Report (DPR) prepared by the consultants made available to the Concessionaire may be taken for reference. The concessionaire shall carryout its own investigation and design to verify the same. 1.1 Alternative designs can be adopted by the Concessionaire subject to review of the same by ICINHAI. The general cross sections given in Schedule-B shall be adopted as far as possible. Alternate acceptable cross section type given in the Schedule-B if any, shall also be accepted. The finished top level of the road (Formation level) shall not be reduced I lowered than that provided in Project Report, unless there are some apparent errors in the PR and the Cor~cessionaire is able to demonstrate sound and durable design by lowering the formation levels. 1.2 Alternative design for structures i.e. bridges, culverts, underpasses, overpasses and retaining walls can be adopted by the Concessionaire in accordance with Design Requirements subject to review of the same by IClNHAl 1.3 At least 2 weeks prior to commencement of the design work, the Concessionaire shall finalize a quality assurance plan for the design work and for preparation of working drawings. 2. Codes and Standards 2.1 The code and standards applicable for the design of the Project and Project Facilities are: *L. (i) Indian Road Congress (IRC) Code and Standards; and (ii) Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRT&H) Specifications. Both as applicable to National Highways and shall include policy circulars, guidelines and special publications, issued in respect thereof by IRC or MoRT&H, as the case may be, from time to time and shall incorporate all amendments andlor modifications to such codes and standards which are available to public 30 days before the Proposal Due Date unless otherwise specified in this Schedule. The term "Ministry of Surface Transport", "Ministry of Road Transport and Highways" and 'Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport and Highways" shall be considered as synonymous to each other. A list of IRCIMORT&H codes is provided in Appendix D Where the aforesaid codes, standards and specifications are silent on any aspect, the following standards in order of preference shall be adopted in consultation with the ICINHAI, unless otherwise specified in this Schedule :

123 (a) Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) (b) American Association of State Highway and Transport Officials (AASHTO). (c) Geometric Design Standards for Ontario Highways. (d) American Society of Testing Materials (ASTM). (e) British Standards (BS) (f) Suitable specificationlstandard devised by the IC (g) Any other standard proposed by the Concessionaire 2.3 All items of building works shall conform to Central Public Works Department (CPWD) specifications for Class 1 building works and standards given in the National Building Code (NBC). To the extent specific provisions for building works are provided in IRCINHAI specifications, the same shall prevail over the CPWDINBC provisions. For this purpose, building works shall be deemed to include road furniture, roadside facilities, landscape elements andlor any other works incidental to the building works. The building shall be functional having the minimum provisions such as electricity, lighting, water suppbj, sanitary disposal system and fans etc. 2.4 The Geometric Design Standards for the ProjecffProject Facilities shall be as per IRC : 73 code as applicable to the National Highways; the important geometric design requirements are appended as Appendix 0-2. Where IRC Standards are silent Geometric Design Standards for Ontario Highways shall be adopted. These should be adhered to and the geometric design standards are the minimum requirements to be maintained for the Project Highway. 2.5 The designed parameters for horizontal and vertical alignments shown in the PR and the minimum requirements to be maintained for the Project Highway. The concessionaire may adopt better standards enhancing the requirements of safety and mobility. 3. Materials and Specifications 3.1 All materials and specifications for works shall be consistent with IRCIMoRT&H specifications. Where these are silent, the standards in the same order of preference as in Clause 2.2 shall be used. 3.2 For items other than road and bridge works, where tailor made specifications are not available in the PR, the same shall be finalized in consultation with the Independent Consultant. 3.3 Preparation of schemes for highway development, restriction on building lines, control lines, control of access, prevention of unauthorized occupation of land and removal of encroachment shall be as per IRC:SP: Modified bitumen from the refinery shall be used for surfacing bituminous layers on main carriageway including paved shoulders and service roads. 4. Embankment Design

124 4.1 Cut and fill slopes shall be appropriate to the nature of the material and the height of embankment or depth of cut. The slopes shall be safe against failure. 4.2 Material used in the fill and its compaction requirements shall conform to IRC-36. Where these specifications are in variance with the MoRT&H specifications the latter shall govern and be followed. 5. Pavement Design 5.1 Pavement Design shall be based on the following parameters : a. Traffic Forecast : As per Project Report or as assessed by the Concessionaire (Minimum shall be 120 MSA) b. Design Life i. Flexible Pavement -1 5 years ii. Rigid Pavement - 30 Years c. Flexible Pavement i. New Carriageway The flexible pavement for new carriageway (main as well as service roads) shall be designed as per the IRC method or the AASHTO method or any other international method. The composition and thickness of various layers of pavement shall not be less than those required as per IRC:37 for minimum design traffic of 120 MSA for main carriageway and 25 MSA for service roads. For the main carriageway, the concessionaire should however satisv himself in this regard and should consider higher traffic (than minimum specified 120 MSA) for design purposes incase required as per projected traffic considering 15 year design life. To ensure internal drainage of the pavement structure, the granular sub-base layerlfilter layer functioning as drainage layer (GSRNVMM) shall extend to full width across the shoulders on the embankment to the side drain. The finished pavement profile for the total project length shall be designed so that the bottom level of the sub-grade always remains above the Highest Flood Level (HFL) and in any case shall not be lower than as defined in the PR. Modified bituminous binder shall be used as per the IRC:SP: in the surfacing bituminous layers. ii. Strengthening of the existing carriageway Strengthening of the existing flexible pavement shall be done with a bituminous overlay designed in accordance with IRC:81 or procedures specified by the Asphalt Institute, USA or any other international method. Requirement of strengthening of existing pavertlent as assessed by the design consultants are given in project report. The concessionaire may adopt alternate methods of

125 strengthening the pavement. However, the following minimum requirements of profile, both longitudinal and cross shall have to be achieved and provided. Cross profile : Longitudinal profile : Camber of 2.5% minimum super elevation as per geometric design. Vertical curves as per geometric design Straight length between two curves - minimum 30 m Over the profile corrective course as per requirement, a minimum of 50 mm dense bituminous macadam and 40 mm thick bituminous concrete layer shall be provided. Modified bituminous binder shall be used as per the IRC:SP: in the surfacing bituminous layers.. iii. Paved shoulders: The composition of Pavement Layers of the paved shoulders shall not be lower than the adjacent flexible pavement of the mainline project highway. d. Rigid Pavement: i) Rigid pavement may be designed as per IRC, AASHTO or any other international codel specification considering 30 year design life. ii) iii) To ensure internal drainage of the pavement structure, the granular subbase layerlfilter layer functioning as drainage layer (GSBNVMM) shall extend to full width across the shoulders on the embankment to the side drain. The finished pavement profile for the total project length shall be designed so that the bottom level of the sub grade always remains above the Highest Flood Level (HFL) and in any case shall not be lower than as defined in the PR. Paved shouiders The paved shoulders adjoining the rigid pavement may be either rigid or flexible. In case of shoulders of rigid pavement, composition of the paved shoulders shall not be lower than the adjacent main pavement. In case of shoulders of flexible pavement, the composition shall not be lower than those required for main carriageway Drainage System 6.1 An effective surface and sub-surface drainage system of pavement structure shall be designed as stipulated in IRC SP: An effective drainage system shall also be planned and designed for the drainage of medians, interchanges, intersections/junctions, underpasses, service roads, toll plazas, Wayside Amenities - Service Area, Truck Lay-bye areas, Bus Bays and other highway features including the area between main carriageway

126 and service road ensuring that there shall be no pooling of water at any time on the project highway. 6.3 Storm water should be directed away from the bridge deck by providing kerb and gutter on the approaches for a minimum distance of 50 m beyond the bridge and carried by a chute to the roadside channel in order to avoid embankment erosion. 6.4 In rural stretches of the Project Highway, roadside channels (flat bottomed) shall intercept and remove surface run-off from the highway ROW and the adjacent areas and will be drained to the nearest available natural watercourse. These shall have adequate capacity for the design run-off and be located and shaped to avoid creating traffic hazard and erosion of soil. 6.5 Concrete lined I masonry drains under footpath in urban stretches where service roads have been provided, shall be located on both side of the Project Highway. The capacity of these drains shall be sufficient to carry surface run-off of drainage area of highway ROW. 6.6 Drainage channels and pipe shall be installed at crossings with service pipes and utilities ensuring that conflicts do not occur. 6.7 Drainage of highway pavements on a highway embankment and steep grade will require designed outlet by means of kerb and gutter and concrete chutes 1 spilways along the side slope of the embankment in order to prevent its erosion. 7. Structures : Culverts, Bridges, viaducts, Underpasses, ROB'S and Retaining walls The design standards and loading to be considered for culverts, bridges underpasses, overpasses and retaining walls shall be those laid down in the relevant IRC codes. Railways specifications shall be followed for ROB's if desired by Railways. Where the said codes are found wanting or silent, other codes in the same order of preference as in Clause 2.2 shall be used. All new major structures shall be 6-lane. 7.1 Any existing bridge including the ROB or culvert found to be structurally unsafe andlor deficient to cany the IRC design load (based on non-destructive testing including full scale load testing) shall be replaced or rehabilitated Special Design Requirements (a) NP4 type pipes shall be used for all pipe culverts that are required for reconstruction. Incase of existing culverts of dia cm and which are in sound condition functioning satisfactorily, be extended using NP4 class pipes of existing diameter. For all pipe culverts having pipe dia. less than 90 cm, these shall be replaced by pipes of 1.20 m dia. (NP4 class)

127 under both the carriageways andlor extension of pipe culverts. Where minimum depth of pipe cover is not available, profile of the highway may be raised or the culverts embedded in concrete in consultation with and approved by the ICINHAI. Minimum diameter of pipes for new! reconstruction cross drainage structures shall be 1.2m. (b) (c) (d) (e) Where an existing structure or culvert is twinned, the profiles of the new and existing structures and their approaches shall be same. Also suitable protection of the embankment between the structures in the median portion shall be provided either by extending the abutment wall or constructing a retaining wall extending up to the bridge parapet wall. Bridge superstructure may be of Reinforced concrete, prestressed concrete or steel-concrete composite construction. Similarly, the substructure and foundations may also be concrete, steel or steelconcrete composite construction. ~earings of all bridges shall be easily accessible fir inspection and maintenance. Existing expansion joints should be working at all times and shall be timely replaced without causing additional stresses for the structure. (9 The box girder superstructure's minimum clear depth inside the box shall be 1.75 m with suitable opening in the end cross girder for inspection within the box in the entire length. Structures with less number of joints shall be preferred. (g) Reinforced Earth I R.C.C. Retaining Wall type shall be library provided through urban areas for high filllembankment with aesthetically pleasing appearance. Design life of reinforcing elements for earth retaining structures shall be 100 years minimum. Structure with viaduct shall be provided in urban sections for ensuring unhindered local cross movement of people and slow moving vehicular traftic besides providing easy access for them to come on project highway. 8. At-Grade lntersections 8.1 At-Grade lntersections shall be designed according to the IRC Special Publication 41 'Guidelines for the Design of At-Grade lntersections in Rural and Urban Areas' and the MoRT&H Type Designsfor lntersections on National Highways, with modifications where required. 8.2 For the design of elements not covered in the said publications the AASHTO publication 'A Policy on the Geometric Design of Highway and Streets' shall be followed.

128 9. Interchanges 9.1 Geometric design standards for elements of interchanges are given in Appendix D For interchange elements where Geometric design standards are not covered in the said Appendix D-2, design Guidelines IRC-92 supplemented by relevant MoRT&H and the AASHTO publication 'A Policy on the Geometric Design of Highway and Streets' shall be used. 10. Illumination 10.1 The average level of illumination at the location of major intersection1 unctions, toll plazas, wayside amenities-service areas, Truck Lay-bys shall be 20 lux with suitable high mast poles approved by ICIMHAI The layout of the lighting system together with type of luminaries for different locations shall be determined in consultation with the lndependent Consultant Arrangement of lighting installations shall be staggered except on curves The layout of lighting poles, their height and spacing shall be finalized in consultation with the lndependent Consultant so that the minimum illumination level prescribed in the aforesaid clauses above can be achieved; 10.5 Overhead electrical power and telecommunication lines erected within the ROW by the Concessionaire shall be provided with adequate clearance so that safe use of the highway is not affected Vertical and horizontal clearances shall conform to IRC: 32(1969). 11. Highway Signs 11.1 All road signs shall be with retro-reflective sheet of high intensity grade conforming to ASTM (type Vlll and type IX) and as per clause 801 of MoRT&H specifications. The retro reflective sheet with engineering grade shall NOT be used and instead micro-prismatic shall be used The road signs erected on the Project Highway shall conform to IRC : 67, Code of Practice for Road Sings For overhead signs the standards prescribed by MoRT&H shall be followed. Where these are silent, standards prescribed in the same order of preference as in Clause 2.2 shall be used The overhead signs shall be placed on a structurally sound gantry or cantilever structure made of tubular structure or steel structure as shown in the

129 DPR. The final location shall be finalized in consultation with the Independent Consultant. These signs shall be of high intensity retro reflective sheeting conforming to ASTM D (type Vlll and type IX). The height, lateral clearance and installation of the sign structures shall be as per the MoRT&H / IRC specifications; 11.5 On kerbed road sections the edges of the road signs shall be at least 600 mm away from the edge of the kerb, whereas on un-kerbed road sections the edge of the signs shall be at a distance of 2.5 m from the edge of the carriageway; 11.6 Design and location of route marker signs for National Highways shall be as per the IRC:2(1968). The design and placement of highway kilometre stones, the dimensions of stones, size, colour, arrangement of letter shall be as per IRC : 26(1967) and IRC : 8(180). The design, location and materials to be used for road delineators shall be as per IRC : 79(1981), the colour, configuration, size and location of size of traffic signs shall be as per IRC : 67(2001); 11.7 Road Delineators shall conform to the recommended practice as per IRC 79(1981) 12. Road Markings 12.1 Road markings shall be as per IRC:35. These markings shall be applied to road centre lines, edge lines, continuity line, stop lines, give-way lines, diagonal I chevron markings, zebra crossing and at parking areas by means of an approved self-propelled machine which has a satisfactory cut-off value capable of applying broken lines automatically; 12.2 Road markings shall be of hot applied thermoplastic materials with glass reflectorising beads as per relevant clauses of section 803 of MoRT&H specifications; 12.3 Synthetic enamel paints shall be used 'to display details of structure number, span arrangement etc on all culverts and bridges with required description as per MoRT&H guidelines. 13. Traffic Safety Measures 13.1 Pedestrian Guard Rail shall be designed to control and guide pedestrian road crossing movement safely at designated location Concrete Crash Barriers and/or Steel Beam Guardrails shall be installed mainly at major hazard locations. Concrete / steel Crash Barrier shall be constructed at the outer edge of both the shoulders of the road. It will also : i,/?.;.!,;.."...;i.,:;. ir:. ~-,/ -c--

130 generally be installed on sections of the road (a) where embankment height is more than 3 m, (b) bridge approaches, and (c) where the Project Road passes through large ponds. Concrete Crash Barriers shall be installed along the edge of the outside shoulder with an offset of 2.5m from the edge of the driving pavement Both Concrete Crash Barriers andlor Steel Beam Guardrails (W-shaped) installation shall have short transition flared section at the approach ends Metallic crash barriers shall be provided along the full length of the ramps (both sides) of Interchanges and at important At-Grade Intersections. 14. Landscaping 14.1 Planting along the highway shall follow a variety of schemes depending upon location requirement as per the IRC : SP21. The choice of trees to be planted shall also be made as per IRC : SP21 : "Manual of Landscaping". Eucalyptus (all species) is not recommended for planting. Local, indigenous species that grow in that area shall be planted On medians and island, planting of dust and gaseous substanceabsorbing shrubs are recommended. To ensure survival from herbivorous animals, shrubs I plants containing latex shall only be planted The treatment of the highway embankment slopes shall be as per the recommendations of IRC:56, depending upon the soil type involved. Pitching works on the slopes shall be as per the MoRT&H Specifications No advertisement I hoarding shall be allowed within the ROW limits of the Project Highway Visibility of any signs,,signals or any other devices erected for traffic control, traffic guidance and I or information shall not be obstructed by plantation. 15. Ancillary Facilities 15.1 Wayside Amenities - Service Area a. Wayside Amenity - Service Area design details shall be as per project report. b. An-builtiing works shall be designed to meet their functional requirements and shall be compatible with the regional architecture and microclimate. Locally available materials shall be given preference but not at the cost of construction quality. All brick and stone masonry works shall be of first class type and as per good practice. All steel works shall conform to section 6., Part VI of the NBC and section 1900 of MoRT&H specifications.

131 c. All the open spaces around the building(s) shall be landscaped. Boundary walls, fencing with barbed wires, controlled entry points and cattle-catches at all entry and exist points to the buildings shall be provided to protect them from intruders and animals. d. The design of water storage (including overhead reservoir) and distribution systems, laying of mains and pipes, cleaning and disinfecting of water supply system shall be as per relevant clauses of section 1 Part IX of the NBC. e. The design, layout and construction of sanitary sewer and sewage disposal system with all ancillary works such as connections, manholes and inspection chambers and septic tanks shall be as per relevant clauses of Section 2, Part IX of the NBC. Each septic tank shall have a soak pit of adequate'size. The location of the septic tanks and subsurface absorption system shall be as per clause of part Ill of NBC. f. The design and location of all electrical installations, distribution system, wiring, fittings, accessories and lighting protection of buildings shall conform to the relevant clauses of Section 2, Part Vlll of the NBC; g. The internal road system have the same material specifications as that of the mainline road and width shall conform to Clause 4 of part ill of NBC; h. For Internal parking facility, shall be constructed as per set out in the DPR Truck Lay-bys a. The layout and facilities thereon will be designed considering site requirement so as to cater to the estimated parking demand. Layout or design shall be reviewed and accepted by the Independent Consultant. Parking shall be parallel to the road any the lay-bys shall be setback from the edge of the carriageway. The Lay-bys shall be landscaped with lowdensity plantation to provide shade. b. The parking spaces shall have the similar specification as that of the main carriageway or be so paved by pre cast Cement Concrete Block M-40 grade concrete to withstand vehicle loads and forces due to frequent acceleration and deceleration of vehicles. Parking bayllots shall have proper cross slope and drainage. They shall be marked with paints as per IRC : 35 to demarcate parking and circulation spaces. Illumination shall be provided as per IS : 1944, Park I and 11). c. The parking lay-bys shall have basic facilities, such as, drinking water kiosk, and toilet, proper waste disposal system, electricity, water etc as described elsewhere in this Schedule.

132 15.3 Bus Bays Bus Bays shall be provided at location as shown in Schedule B. The typical design shall be followed for all locations. Generally, the bus bays shall provide safe entry and exit of buses from Project Highway and safe boarding and alighting of passengers. The shelter structure shall be structurally safe and functional so as to protect the waiting passengers adequately from sun, rain and wind. The Bus Bay area shall be provided with an effective drainage system Road Furniture Road furniture such as traffic signs, kilometre posts, hectometre stones, ROW pillar etc on the Project Highway provided as per IRC Codes shall meet requirements of MoRT&H specifications, other codes in the same order of preference as in Clause 2.2 shall be used Roadside Facilities Litter Bin Litter Bin shall be located conveniently in Wayside Amenities - Service Area, and Truck Lay-bys, it shall be simple in shape and its colour and finish shall be conspicuous. Litter bin shall be post mounted and/or swivel type. The mounting and fixing components shall be robust. The bin shall have drainage holes for periodic flushing. It shall also be theft, vandal and fireproof. It shall be resistant to wear and tear and the material and design shall be such as to require minimal maintenance. The capacity shall be minimum 30 litres Public Toilets Separate Public Toilets for men and ladies shall be located in Wayside Amenities - Service Area, Truck Lay-bys shown in the DPR. The capacity of toilets shall be for minimum 25 users. Toilets shall be provided with septic tank and soak pit. "Sulabh Souchalaya" type toilet is also acceptable. Generally, the Public Toilets shall be simple in design and the area around the toilet block shall be paved with cement concrete tiles or any other suitable material and have cross slope so as to ensure speedy disposal of water Drinking Water Kiosk -- - Piped water supply shall be provided to the Wayside Amenity - Service Area. Tube wells shall be provided in Truck Lay-bys. The design of the water kiosk shall be such as to require minimal maintenance. Area around the kiosk shall be paved with cement concrete tiles or any other suitable rnater~al and sloped away so as to ensure speed disposal of water. The water supplied shall conform to IS : 1050 for quality of potable water. The location of Drinking Water Kiosk shall be consultation with the Independent Consultant. 0-11

133 15.6 TOLL PLAZAS 'Open System' of toll collection shall be provided on the Project Highway with collection of user fee from vehicles only at the toll plaza. There shall be a total of minimum 8 (Eight) lanes having a semi-automatic system of toll collection comprising equipments for registering of vehicle classification, ticket issuing, data processing and power supply. One toll lane in each direction shall be provided for traffic not required to pay fees. Appropriate technology shall be used in this regard so that not more than 6 vehiclesllane queue up during the peak hours. The design for Toll plaza shall conform to the conceptual drawing issued by Ministry vide circular no. PU dated This is shown herewith as Fig. D-1 after which needs to be suitable modified for the required member of lanes to be provided so that during peak traffic hours, not more than 6 vshicles per lane should queue up. The pavement. type to be provided at the location of each Toll Plaza must be of 'RIGID' type including the flares on either side up to the distance where joint with bituminous pavement having normal cross-section is formed.

134 List of IRC Codes /Standards/ Acts for Roadlaridge Works APPENDIX -Dl IRc: Route Marker Signs for National Highways (First Revision) IRC: Dimensions and weight of Road Design vehicles. (First Revision) IRc: Standard Specification & Code of Practice for Road Bridges, Section I - General Features of Design (71h Revision) IRC: Standard Specifications & Code of Practice for Road Bridges. Section II - Loads and Stresses (Fourth Revision) IRC: Recommended Practice for Numbering Bridges and Culverts (First Revision) IRC: Type Designs for Highway Kilometre Stones (Second Revision) IRC: Traffic Census on non urban roads (First Revision) IRC: Recommended Practice for Boirowpits for Road Embankments Constructed by Manual Operation IRC: Recommended practice for the design and layout of cycle tracks IRC: Recommended Practice for Location and Layout of Roadside Motor-Fuel Filling and Layout of Roadside Motor-Fuel Filling and Motor-Fuel Filling-.=. cum-service Stations (Second Revision) IRC: Recommended Practice for 2cm Thick Bitumen and Tar Carpets (Second Revision) IRc: Standard Specifications & Code of Practice for Constnrction of Concrete Roads (Third Revision) IRc: Specification for Priming of Base Course with Bituminous Primers (First Revision) IRC: Tentative Specification for Single Coat Bituminous Surface Dressing IRC: Design Criteria for Prestressed Concrete Road Bridges (Post-Tensioned Concrete) (Third ~evision) IRc: Standard Specification and Code of Practice for Water Bound Macadam(Second Revision) IRC: Recommended Practice for Bituminous Penetration Macadam (Full Grout) J IRC: Standard Specifications and Code of Practice for Road Bridges. Section-Ill Cement Concrete (Plain and reinforced) (Third revision) IRC: Standard Specifications and Code of Practice for Road Bridges. Section-VI Composite Construction (First Revision). IRC: Tentative Specification for Two Coat Bituminous Surface Dressing IRC: Standard Specifications and Code of Practice for Road Bridges. Section-V Steel Road Bridges (First Revision) IRC: Type Designs for Boundary Stones IRC: Type Design for 200-Metre Stones IRC: Tentative Specifications for Bituminous Macadam (Base & Binder Course) IRc: Tentative specification for the construction of stabilised soil roads with soft aggregates uin areas of moderate and high rainfall. IRC: Specification for Bituminous Concrete (Asphaltic Concrete) for Road Pavement (First Revision) IRC: Standard Letters and Numerals of Different Heights for Use on Highway Signs IRc: Route Marker Signs for State routes.

135 List of IRC Codes /Standards/ Acts for RoadlBridge Works APPENDIX - Dl 2 IRc: Standard for Vertical and Horizontal Clearances of Overhead Electric Power and Telecommunication Lines as Related to Roads IRc: Standard procedure for evaluation and condition surveys of stabilised soil roads. IRC: Recommendations for road construction in waterlogged area. IRc: Code of Practice for Road Markings (with Paints) (First Revision) IRC: Recommended Practice for Construction of Earth Embankments for Road Works IRC: Guidelines for the Design of Flexible Pavements (Second Revision) IRC: Guidelines for Design of Horizontal Curves for Highways and Design Tables (First Revision) IRC: Standards for Road - Rail level crossings (First Revision) IRc: Standard Specifications and Code of Practice for Road Bridges, Section IV. Brick, Stone and Block Masonry (Second Revision) IRC: 41 -!997 Type designs for check barriers (First Revision) IRC: Proforma for record of test values of locally available pavement construction materials. IRC: Recommended practice for tools equipment and appliances for concrete pavement construction. IRC: Tentative guidelines for cement concrete mix design for pavements (for non air entrained and continuously graded concrete) First Revision. IRC: Recommendations for Estimating the Resistance of Soil Below the Maximum Scour Level in the Design of Well Foundations of Bridges IRC: A policy on road side advertisements (First Revision) IRC: Tentative specifications for built up spray grout. IRc: Tentative Specification for Bituminous Surface Dressing Using Pre-coated Aggregates IRC: Recommended Practice for the Pulverization of Black Cotton Soils for Lime Stabilisation IRc: Recommended Design Criteria for the Use of Cement-Modified Soil in Road Construction ' IRC: Guidelines for the use of soil lime mixes in road construction (First Revision) IRC: Recommendation about the alignment survey and geometric design of hill roads. (Second Revision) IRC: Road accident forms A-1 (First Revision) IRC: Vertical Clearances at Underpasses for Vehicular Traffic. IRC: Recommended practice for sand bitumen base courses. IRC: Recommended Practice for Treatment of Embankment Slopes for Erosion -- - Cgntrol IRC: Recommended Practice for Sealing of Joints in Concrete Pavements IRC: Guidelines for the design of plain jointed Rigid pavements for highways (Second Revision) IRC: Tentative Guidelines for the design of gap graded cement concrete mixes for road pavements. IRC: Tentative guidelines for the use of lime fly ash concrete as pavement base or sub base.

136 List of IRC Codes /Standards/ Acts for Roadlaridge Works APPENDIX - D l a' IRC: Tentative Guidelines for the construction of Cement Concrete Pavements in Hot Weather IRC: Guidelines for control of Access on Highways IRC: Tentative Guidelines for the Use of Low Grade Aggregates and Soil Aggregate Mixtures in Road Pavement Construction IRC: Guidelines for Capacity of Roads in Rural Areas (First Revision) IRC: Recommended practice for traffic rotaries. IRC: Recommended Practice for Sight Distance on Rural Highways IRC: Code of Practice for Road Signs (First Revision) IRC: Tentative Guidelines on cement fly ash concrete for rigid pavement constmction. IRC: Space Standards for Roads in Urban Areas IRC: Guidelines on regulations and control of mixed traffic in urban areas. IRC: Recommended practice for preparation of notations. --. IRc: Recommended Practice for Use and Upkeep of Equipment, Tools and Appliances for Bituminous Pavement Construction IRC: Geometric Design Standards for Rural (Non-Urban) Highways IRC: Tentative Guidelines for lean cement concrete and lean cement flyash concrete as a pavement base or sub base. IRc: Guidelines for the Design of High Embankments IRC: Tentative Guidelines for strucural strength evaluation of Rigid airfield pavements. IRC: Tentative Guidelines for repair of concrete pavements using synthetic resins. IRC: Standard Specifications and Code of Practice for Road Bridges. Section-VII Foundations & Sub-structure (Second Revision). IRC: Recommended Practice for Road Delineators IRC: Type Designs for Pick-up Bus Stops on Rural (i.e., Non-Urban) Highways i IRC: Tentative Guidelines for Strengthening of Flexible Road Pavement Using Benkelman Beam Deflection Technique (First Revision) IRC: Code Practice for Maintenance of Bituminous Surface of Highways IRc' Standard Specifications and Code of Practice for Road Bridges. Section-IX Bearings, Part-I: Metallic Bearings. IRC Standard Specifications and Code of Practice for Road Bridges. (Part-ll) Section-IX Bearings, Part-ll : Electrometric Bearings IRc: Standard Specifications and Code of Practice for Road Bridges. (Part-ll) Section-IX Bearings, Part-Ill :POT POT-CUM-PTFE, PIN AND METALLIC GUIDE BEARINGS IRc: Code of Practice for Curing of Cement Concrete Pavement IRC: 85-1g83 Recommended practice for accelerated strength testing and evaluation of concrete for Road and Airfield Constructions. IRC: 86-19B3 Geometric Design Standards for Urban Roads in Plains IRc: a7-19e4 Guidelines for the design and erection of falsework for road bridges. IRC: Recommended practice for lime flyash stabilised soil basel sub base in pavement construction

137 List of IRC Codes /Standards/ Acts for Roadlaridge Works APPENDIX - Dl IRC: Guidelines for Design & Construction of River Training & Control Works for i Road Bridges (First Revision) IRC: Guidelines of Selection, Operation and Maintenance of Bituminous Hot Mix Plant IRC: Tentative guidelines for construction of cement concrete pavenent in cold weather. IRC: 92-19% Guidelines for the Design of Interchanges in Urban Areas IRC: Guidelines on Design and Installation of Road Traffic Signals IRC: Specification for Dense Bituminous Macadam IRC: Specifications for Semi dense Bituminous concrete IRC: Tentative Specifications for two coat surface dressing using cationic bitumen emulsion. IRC: Tentative Specifications for 20 mm thick pre-mix carpet using cationic bitumen emulsion. IRC: Guidelines on Accommodation of Underground Utility Services Along and.*-. Across Roads in Urban Area (First Revision) IRC: "~entative guidelines on the provisions of sped breakers for control of vehicular speeds on minor roads. IRC: Tentative Specifications for single coat surface dressing using cationic bitumen emulsion. IRC: Guidelines' for design of continuously reinforced concrete pavement with elastic joints. IRC: Traffic studies for planning bypasses around towns. IRC: Guidelines for Pedestrian Facilities IRc: Guidelines for Environmental impact assessment of Highway projects. IRC: Tentative Specifications for Bituminous concrete (Asphaltic concrete) for airfield pavements. IRc: Guidelines for Capacity of Urban Roads in Plain Areas IRC: Tentative Specifications for Bitumen Mastic Wearing Courses IRC: Guidelines for Traffic Prediction on Rural Highways > IRC: Guidelines for Wet Mix Macadam

138 List of IRC Codes /Standards/ Acts for RoadlBridge Works APPENDIX - Dl IRC: SP: Bridge Loading Round the World IRC: SP: Handbook of Quality Control for Construction of Roads and Runways (Second Revision) IRC: SP: Guidelines for the Design of Small Bridges and Culverts. IRC: SP: A Manual for the Application of the Critical Path Method to Highway Project in lndia IRC: SP: Ribbon Development Along Highways and its Prevention IRC: SP: Recommendations About Overlays on Cement Concrete Pavements IRC: SP: Manual for Highway Bridge Maintenance Inspection. IRC: SP: Manual for Sulvey, investigation and Preparation of Road Projects (First Revision)..- - IRC: SP: IRC: SP: IRC: SP: IRC: SP: IRC: SP: irc: SP: IRC: SP: IRC: SP: IRC: SP: IRC: SP: IRC: SP: irc: SP: IRC: SP: IRC: SP: IRC: SP: IRC: SP: IRC: SP: irc: SP: > IRC: SP: IRC: SP: IRC: SP: IRC: SP: IRC: SP: IRC: SP: IRC: SP: Rural Roads Mannual Landscaping of Road Recommendations for the Sizes for each Type of Road Making Machinery to Cater to the General Demand of Road Works Vertical Curves for Highways Guidelines on the Choice and Planning of Apprcpriate Technology in Road Construction Gopi and his Road Roller-Guidelines on Maintenance of Road Roller Report Containing Recommendations of IRC Regional Workshops on Rural Road Development (with Supplementary Notes) Report Containing Recommendations of IRC Regional Workshops on Highway Safety Road Transport and Energy (First Revision) Directory of lndgenous Manufacturers of RoadlBridge Construction Machiney 8 Important Bridge Components (First Revision) Manual on Economic Evaluation of Highway Project in lndia (First Revision) New Traffic Signs Road Safety for Children (5-12 Years Old) Guidelines on Supplemental Measures for Design. Detailing & Durability of Important Bridge Structures. General Guidelines About the Equipmentfor Inspection and Maintenance of Bridge. Guidelines on Format for IRC Standards Guidelines for Evaluation of Load Carryhg Capacity of Bridges Manual for Road Investment Decision Model (with Floppy Disk) Guidelines on Bulk Bitumen Transportation & Storage Equipment Guidelines on techniques for strengthening and rehabilitation of bridges. Guidelines on Design of At-Grade Intersections in Rural 8 Urban Areas Guidelines on Road Drainage Highway Safety Code Time Series Data on Road Transport Passanger and Freight Movement ( ) I I I IRC: SP: Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete For Pavements IRC: SP: Guidelines on Quality System for Road Bridges (Plain. Reinforced. Prestressed and Composite Concrete) IRC: SP: Hill Road Manual IRC: SP: Guidelines for the Use of Dry Lean Concrete as Sub-base for Rigid Pavement IRC: SP: Guidelines on Urban Drainage IRC: SP: Guidelines for Load Testing of Bridges IRC: SP: Bridge Inspector's Reference Man8,al

139 List of IRC Codes /Standards/ Acts for RoadlBridge Works APPENDIX - Dl IRC: SP: IRC: SP: IRC: SP: IRC: SP: IRC: SP: IRC: SP: IRC: SP: IRC: SP: Guidelines on Use of Polymer and rubber Modified Bitumen in Road Construction (First Revision) Project Preparation Manual for Bridges Guidelines for Safety in Construction Zones Guidelines for Steel Pedestrian Bridges Guidelines for Quality Systems for Raod Construction Guidelines for Use of Flyash in Road Embankments Guidelines for Use of Geotextiles in Road Pavements and Associated Works An Approach Document for Assessment of Remaining Life of Concrete Bridges IRC: Special Report Ill Ministry of Surface Transport Publications Most Manual for Maintenance of Roads MORTBH pocketbook for Bridge Engineers (First Revision) MORTBH Pocketbook for Highway Engineers (Second Revision) MOST Handbook on Road Construction Machinery, 1985 MORTBH Specifications for Road and Bridge Works (Fourth Revision) MOST Standard Plans for 3.0 m Span Reinforced Cement Concrete Solid Slab Superstructure with and without Footpaths for Highways, 1991 MOST Standard Plans for Highways Bridges R.C.C. T-Beam & Slab Superstructure - Span from 10 m to 24 m with 12 m width, 1991 MOST Standard Plans for Highway Bridges PSC Girder and RC Slab Composite Superstructure for 30 m Span with and without Footpaths, 35 m Span with Footpaths and 40 m Span without Footpaths MOST Standard Drawings for Road Bridges - R.C.C. Solid Slab Superstructure (15' & 30'SKEW Span 4.0 m to 10.0 m (with and without Foothpaths), 1992 MOST Type Designs for Intersections on National Highways, 1992 MOST Standard Bidding Document Procurement of Civil Works. Partl: Complete Bidding Document. Part 11: Forms MOST Computer Aided Design System for High Embankment Problems, 1993 MORT&H Standard Data Book for Analysis of Rates, 2003 (First Revision) MOST Addendum to Ministry's Technical Circulars and Directives on National Highways and Centrally Sposored Road & Bridge Projects (Aug. 88 to Dec. 92) MOST Standard Drawing for Road Bridges R.C.C. Solid Slab Superstructure (22.5' SKEW) R.E.Span 4M to 10M (with and without Footpath) MOST Addendum to Ministry's Technical Circulars and Directives on National Highways and Centrally Sposored RoadR Bridge Projects (Jan. 93 to Dec. 94) Standard Plan for Highway Bridges - Prestressed Concrete Beam & RCC Slab Type Superstructure - Volume -11 MOST Addendum to Technical Circulars & rlirectives on National Highways & Centrally Sponsored Road & Bridge Works Projects (Jan to Dec. 1997)

140 List of IRC Codes /Standards/ Acts for RoadlBridge Works APPENDIX - D l Model Concession Agreement for Small Road Projects MOST Standard Plans for Single. Double and Triple Cell Box Culverts with and without Earth Cushion Manual for Safety in Road Design MORT&H Report of the Committee on Norms for Maintenance of Roads in India MORT&H Road Development Plan -Vision : 2021 MORT&H Manual for Construction and Supervision of Bituminous Works BIS PUBLICATIONS IS: Road Tramc Signals IS Drinking Water IS: 1944 (Part-18 11) 1970 Code of Practice for!ighting of Public thoroughfare : Parts Land 2 For Main and secondary roads (GroupA and B) (First revision) (Amendments No. 1 and 2) Parts - I and 2 in one volume) (Amendments-2). IS: 1944 (Part-V) 1981 Code of Practice for Lighting of Public Thoroughfares : Parts 5 Lighting for Grade separated junctions, Bridges and Elevated roads (Group- D). IS: 1944 (Part-VI) 1981 Code of Practice for lighting of Public thoroughfare : Part-6 Lighting for Towns and city centres and areas civic Importance (GroupE). IS: Hot rolled steel for welded tubes and pipes (First Revision) NBC National Building Code Part-Ill, NBC: Development Control rules and general building requirements. Part-!V. NBC: Fire Protection Part-VI, NBC: Structural Design Part-VIII. NBC: Building Services Part-IX. NBC: Plumbing Services Generic. Requirements Permanently lubricated HDPE Telecom Ducts No. GICDS-08/01. For use as underground optical fibre cable conduits. DEC'99 TEC-DOT

141 Appendi-Y 0-2 GEOMETRIC PARAMETERS AXD STANDARDS (except inrahud ghat)

142 i) Double Lane c) Shoulder Paved i) Inner ii) Outer ppp d) Minimum Radius e) Longitudinal Gradient Metre 1.5 Metre 100 Metre 1 in 30 Bridge Works I 1 SI. No. 1.a Particulars Outer to Outer width of Culverts (without service road) Unit M Value Remarks 26.5 I i I- j -

143 1.b 1.c Outer to Outer width of Culverts (with service road on both sides) Outer to Outer width of Culverts (with service road on M M

144 p~ Nallonal High>v;lyi.4ulhor1Iy of III&? Request for Propor;:i ~- P.:.RT-Ill: N O Tcclt~iical ~ Schedu!~ SCf3ED ULE E (to be obtained beforel ou fiuancial closure) 1. Ministry of Finance I RBI i) Approval for forei-gn Investment and foreign loans: if required ii) Appro\lal for import cf equipmer.: and machinery for constmction and operation: if required iii) E.xen~ption of excise duty on co~?irruction material- if required. 2. Depart~ncnt of Telecommunications i) Pelillission ' clearance for setting up of \tireless system, if required ii) Clearance / pernlission for the use of optica! fibre cables of DOT, if required 3. State Goverr~n~ent Perniits Quarrying Permits: * Pennits for extraction of boulder fro3 quany from ADM Mines. l'e1111rt for installation of cntsher fron village panchayat and Pollution Control Board License for explosives from Explosi\ :s Controller Explosive license for storing diesel Electricity: Water: Permission required from SEB for installation of DG Set Permission for electrical connection: if power source is available - -~. If water has to bz taken from river1 reservoir, permission to be obtained from State Irrigation Department

145 Nalional Highways Autliorily of India -- Request for Proposal IpART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules B:iiclring Plant: * License from Inspector of Factories NOC consent frc~n Pollution Depa~ttnent Aspl~alt Plant: Clearance required from village panchayats & Pollution Control Board Borrow Earth: Per~i?ission from in-igation department if land taken from irrigation land Pel-mission required from village panchayat and ADM Mines for Gover~iment & private land = Permission from Local Municipalities and Development Authorities. Cutting of trees: Permission from Forest Department. Sewage Lines and Water Mains: Permission from Local Municipalities and Develop~iient Authorities. Page : E-2

146 PALIKA BHAWAN, SECTOR - XIII, R.K.PURAM, NEW DELHI Phone no Fax: NO. IRCON/CPD/MORT&H-BOT/W National Highways Authority of India, G - 5 & 6, Sector - 10 Dwaraka, New Delhi Fax No Kind attention : h*. Ashok Wasson. CGM (BOT) -- Sir, Sub: Submission of Performance Sec~rrity Improvement, Operation and Maintenance of Rehabilitation and Strengthening of I! i 1.../ Existing 2 lane road and widegng to 4 lane divided highway of Km 380 to Rm, &'75 ' ~ j,:.l\?, 265 ( Pimpalgaon-Dhule Section) hw-3 on BOT basis. %, -' <.. -.,(.-. \ Ref : 1) NHAI Letter no. NHAI/BOT/I 1019/2/ dt <-> 2) IRCON-SOMA letter no. IRCON/CPD/MORTH&H-BOTI88A Dt In reference to the subject mentioned above kindly find enclosed herewith the performance security as below. Bank Guarantee No. Issued By BG Amount Valid Upto 1) BG Oriental Bank of Commerce Rs. 8,34,00, dt M-112i3, Connought Circus, New Delhi. - 2) BG/SEL/09/2005 Syndicate Bank Rs. 8,34,00, dt Corporate Finance Branch Somajiguda; Hyderabad We now look forward to receipr of Final Concession Agreement, to be signed between NHAl and SPV. Kindly acknowledge the receipt Thnking you and assuring you of our best ser,-ices at a!] times. d~~/~ivi!/~oncessi~ Projects

147 SF-34 COVERING LETTER FOR BANK GUARANTEE ANNEXEDTOTHE aul? erufap; $-me, iacl de. ;rf 1 I 0001 ORIENTAL BANK OF COml'IlERCE H.0. : E-BLOCK. CONNAUGHTPLACE. NEW MLHI Branch ~ ~~+-COW~~~L!GK&LCU~ NG3-0 DXW I - 1 C MPLETE ADDRESS) NO.OBC. J78259 Date -=-:&:=SI ng letter i s issued to be annexed to the letter of Guarantee No. _Qca 17DOfl -0c dated ~ -kyo&~ the joint signatures of :- (1) ~JGJvK: A~~Y-Q~%U-&L P.A. N~.&L Confirmation of this guarantee if the same is desired, should Regional Office named above. Beneficiary's Name & Address,-! -,?~~Z-KL~IPML&&H, t$4u&m'ji Signature i lh kh,> t Y 5. UL(C cc (a-cr LL Name - Designation ' Fr 5 N~b~Fle T. I &/ * 0;.. ---

148 Bank Guarantee No. : BG Dated : Amount : Rs. 8,34,00,0001- Expiry Period : BANK GUARANTEE FOR PERFOMANCE SECURITY From: Oriental Bank of Commerce M-11213, Connaught Circus New Delhi i 'i: ir~e National Highways Authority of lndia G-5 11, 6, Sector-10, Dwarka, New Delhi A.~ "IRCON-SOMA (JV) (the "Concessionaire") has confirmed their acceptance vide Letter No.lRCONICPD/MORTH&H-BOTIEEA dated in response to NHAl Letter (LOA) No. NHAIIBOTI11019/2/2003/145 dated issued for improvement, operation and maintenance of Rehabiiitation and Strengthening of existing 2-lane road and widening to 4-lane divided highway of km to km of NH-3 (Pimpalgaon-Dhule Section) in the State of Maharashtra on Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT) Basis (the "Project")" a. The Concessionaire is required to give ("N.H.A.1") a guarantee by a recojnized bank or financial institution based in lndia in the sum of Rs ,0001- (Rupees Eight Crores Thirty Four Lakhs Only) as security for compliance with its obligations under the Concession Agreement during the Construction Perigd.

149 Bank Guarantee No. : BG Dated : Amount : Rs. 8,34,00,0001- Expiry Period : The Guarantor has agreed to give N.H.A.1 the above-mentioned guarantee on the term set out herein GUARANTEE 01. We, Oriental Bank of commerce, M Connaught Circus, New Delhi (the "Guarantor") with its registered office at Harsha Bhawan, E-Block. Connaught Circus, New Delhi, unconditionally guarantee to pay N.H.A.1 upon first written demand and without any deduction any sum claimed by N.H.A.1 upto a maximum of Rs ,0001- (Rupees Eight Crores Thirty Four Lakhs Only) (the " Guaranteed Sum") subject to the conditions set out below. 0. The Guarantor unconditionally and irrevocably promises to pay on demand the Guaranteed sum, without protest or demur whatsoever upon the receipt of a written demand from N.H.A.1, which shall be final and conclusive as against the Guarantor requiring the Guarantor to make the payment to N.H.A.I. 03 The Guarantor waives any requirement that N.H.A.1 demand any debt or payment from the Concessionaire before presenting it with a demand under this Guarantee 04. N.H.A.1 shall notify the Guarantor of its demand for payment of the Guaranteed sum without any deduction of whatsoever nature and without reference to any claim or counter claim or set off, in accordance with the Concession Agreement. Such notification by N.H.A.1, shall be conclusive and binding on the Guarantor. (15. upon encashment and appropriation of the whole or any portion of the Guaranteed sum by N.H.A.1 in accordance with the Concession Agreement, the Guarantor shall be obliged to replenish the existing Guarantee or provide fresh guarantee of the Guaranteed Sum and the Concessionaire is deemed to have made the request for such fresh guarantee upon the execution and furnishing of-!hix Guarantee in the first instance.. No underlying dispute as between N.H.A.1 and the concessionaire nor any pendirs application for interim relief or arbitration proceedings or other legal proceedings shall constitute any ground for prevention, delay or obstruction for rnaking'payrnent io N.H.A.1 by the Guarantor and the existence of any disputes or differences or clain?s in arbitration or otherwise shall not constitute any ground for non-payment on th:s Guarantee.,. r,', <<, \Xi~,.~-.:,. ~;..., I :.;..,..,..,..

150 Bank Guarantee No. : BG Dated : Amount : Rs. 8,34,00,000:- Expiry Period : (~7. This Guarantee is valid and effective from its date. This guarantee :and the Guarantor's obligations under it will terminate on the Commercial O?erations Date of the Project as advised to the Guarantor in writing by N.H.A.I. However, the Guarantee shall be released earlier by N.H.A.1 to the Concessionaire, upon contribution of the Equity (excluding) Equity Support, if any by the Shareholders of the Concessioiiaire to the extent of 100% and upon the Concessionaire having expended on the project and paid out an aggregate sum of not less than 20% of the Total Project cost as certified by the Statutory Auditors of the Concessionaire but provided the Concessionaire is not in breach of this Agreement or the Concessior~ Agreement. :J8. The Guarantor agrees that its obligation to pay any demand made b?, N.H.A.1 before the terminat~on of this Guarantee will continue until the amount demanded has been paid in full. 09. This Guarantee shall be valid and effective upto for enabling N.H.A.1 to lodge a claim for payment under the Guarantee till the date of expir, of the term of the Guarantee. The Guarantor shall be obligated to make payrnent upon the Guarantee forthwith on demand, if the claim is lodged within the claim validity period and the obligation to pay is subject to normal limitation for payment c' claims upon a guarantee. Time is of essence for payment and in the event of failure to make payment, Guarantor shall be obligated to pay compound interest a: 2% above the prime lending rate of the Guarantor Institution, compounding quarterl; in the event of the Guarantor's failure to make payment upon the Guarantee f3r any reason whatsoever. Payment of interest as provided is no excuse for dela,sd payment or non-payment of the Guaranteed sum. :O. No change in the constitution of the Concessionaire or of the Guara~tor shall be a ground for release of the Guarantee and no variation in the concesson agreemenl made post selection of the bidder, or post making of the bid, st2 : constitute a variation which would, subject to the terms and conditions of-irs- agreemenl, discharge the Guarantor. The Guarantor shall notwithstanding sue- change, be bound to make payment upon the Guarantee on demand.. The Guarantor agrees that no change, addition to or other niodificatic-5 to the ierms of the Concession Agreement or to any documents which have or ~ a be y made between N.H.A.1 and the Concessionaire will in any way release it fr;r any liability under this Guararttee and that it waives any requirement for notic+ of any such change, addition or modification...,...

151 Bank Guarantee No. : BG Dated : Amount : Rs. 8,34,00,0001- Expiry Period : I. The Guarantor agrees that it will not assign its obligations under this Guarantee without the prior written consent of N.H.A.I. N.H.A.1 will not unreasonably withhold its consent if the proposed assignee is of at least equal financial standing to the Guarantor and the assignee assumes in writing the obligations of the Guarantor under this Guarantee at the same time or before the assignment. 23. This Guarantee binds the Guarantor, its successors and permitted assigns r:rotwithstanding anything contained herein: 1. Our liability under this bank guarantee shall not exceed Rs. 8,34,00,0001- (Rupees Eight Crores Thirty Four Lacs only) 2. The bank guarantee shall be valid upto We are liable to pay the guaranteed amount or any part thereof under this bank guarantee only and oniy if you serve upon us a written claim or demand on or before EAL & SIGNATURE. /7 NAivlE : AJAY AGARWAL i :LE : SR. MANAGER -. NAME : BIKRAM SINGH GUSAIN TITLE : ASST. VICE-PRESIDENT

152 ,#,+2,G:f,. SYNDICATEBANK?. i..". i -. ; I... CORPORATE.. FINANCE BRANCH $ 4{: i<2'. SDMAJIGUDA, HYDERARAD AP..;?,. PH FAX ,..... Ref: CFR:3049:BG:B9:2005, Date: 21st Apri1, I, ~..~.,ca ~. H/s.National Highway Authority of India 6-5 and 6, Sector 18 Dwarka, New Deihi - 11G Dear Sir, Reg : OLI~ Bank Guarantee No.BG/SEL/09/2885. Please find enclosed herewith our Bank Guarantee No. BG/SEL/09/2P85,dt for Rs.8,34,00,088/-(Rupees eight hundred thirty four lakh only) in your favour on behalf cf our customer M/s.IRCON-SOMA(JV). This Bank Guarantee is valid upto Please acknowledge receipt. - encl : as above... Regional Office : Pioneer House , Opp. Erramanzil, Panjagutta, Hyderabad Tel No Fax No

153 7....Ct..... To..... ~I-,o!I,......s3.YJ,~.l:<.5<ke... r/ A.P.rjH2JI PgADESH 05AA BANK GUARANTEE FOR PERFOMANCE SECURITY TO MIS. National Highways Authority of India G-5 & 6, Sector-10, Dwarka, New Delhi _ ;"s/,... A. "IRCON-SOMA (JV)( the"concessionaire") has confirmed their acceptance vide Letter -- -.?.. -. ' No.lRCON/CPD/MORTH&H-BOTl88A dated in response to NHAl Letter.-' : (LOA) No. NHAI/BOT/I1019/2/2003/145/~ dated issued for..i.,>.. ;,, 1;. ~.;,?~,! c :.,, f:~mprovement, Operation and maintenance of Rehabilitation and Strengthening of /'.a +'.,>o,,..<: t....'...,; 5:.,:. existing 2-lane road and widening to 4-lane divided highway of Km to Km._-.I.-.., of NH-3 (Pimpalgaon-Dhule Section) in the state of Maharashtra on Build,

154 i' - I.'... B:.."%.The Concessionaire is required to give ("NHAI") a guarantee by a recognized bank based in India in the sum of R; 8,34.00,0001- (Rupees Eight Crores Thirty Four Lakhs I;. Only) as security for compliance with its obligations under the Concession Agreement 1.. during the Construction Period. C. The Guarantor has agreed to give NHAl the abovement~oned guarantee on the terms set. out here~n.. GUARANTEE 1. We Syndicate Bank. Corporate Finance Branch First Floor, Lumbini Towers, NIMS, Punjagutta. Hyderabad having our Head Office at Post Box No.1, Manipal Udipi. Karnataka. (the "Guarantor") unconditionally guarantee to pay NHAl upon first written demand and without any deduction any sum claimed by NHAl upto a maximum of Rs 8,34,00,000/-(Rupees Eight Crores Thirty Four Lakhs Only) (the' Guaranteed Sum") subject to the conditions set out below. 2. The Guarantor unconditionally and irrevocably promises to pay on demand the Guaranteed Sum, without protest or demur whatsoever upon the receipt of a written demand from NHAI, which shall be final and conclusive as against the Guarantor requiring the Guarantor to make the payment to NHAI. 3. The Guarantor waives any requirement that NHAI demand any debt or payment from the Concessionaire before presenting it with a demand under this Guarantee. 4. NHAl shall notify the Guarantor of its demand for payment of the Guaranteed Sum without any deduction of whatsoever nature and without reference to any claim or counter claim or set off, in accordance with the Concession Agreement. Such notification by NHAI, shall be conclusive and binding on the Guarantor 5. Upon encashment and appropriation of the whole or any portion of the Guaranteed Sum by NHAl in accordance with the Concession Agreement, the Guarantor shall be obliged to replenish the existing Guarantee or provide fresh guarantee of the Guaranteed Sum and the Concessionaire is deemed to have made the request for such fresh guarantee upon the execution and furnishing of this Guarantee in the first instance.

155 4 6. No underlying dispute as between NHAl and the Concessionaire nor any pending application for interim relief or arbitration proceedings or other legal proceedings shall.. constitute any ground for prevention, delay or obstruction for making payment to NHAl by the Guarantor and the existence of any disputes or differences or claims in arbitration or otherwise shall not const~tute any ground for non-payment on this Guarantee. 7. This guarantee is valid and effective from its date. This guarantee and the Guarantor's.:; y-...., : -->.~ obligations under it will terminate on the Commercial Operations Date of the Project as.,., -,. :,' :: 'advised to the Guarantor in writing by NHAI. However, the Guarantee shall be released %...;>i+arlier by NHAl to the Concessionaire, upon contribution of the Equity (excluding) Equity. _t: :,. y., ; Fqpport, if any by the Shareholders of the Concessionaire to the extent of 100% and L':? ,,.;:".,Lpon the Concessionaire having expended on the project and paid out an aggregate.,..~....,..<,... sum of not less than 20% of the Total Project cost as certified by the Statutory Auditors -- >.; of the Concessionaire but provided the Concessionaire is not in breach of this Agreement or the Concession Agreement. 8. The Guarantor agrees that its obligation to pay any demand made by NtiAI before the termination of this Guarantee will continue until the amount demanded has been paid in full. 9. This Guarantee shall be valid and effective up!o for enabling NHAl to lodge a claim for payment under the Guarantee till the date of expiry of the term of the Guarantee. The Guarantor shall be obligated to make payment upon the Guarantee forthwith on demand, if the claim is lodged within the claim validity period and the obligation to pay is subject to normal limitation for payment of claims upon a guarantee. Time is of essence for payment and in the event of failure to make payment, Guarantor shall be obligated to pay compound interest at 2% above the prime lending rate of the Guarantor Institution, compounding quarterly in the event of the Guarantor's failure to make payment upon the Guarantee for any reason whatsoever. Payment of interest as provided is no excuse for delayed payment or non-payrnent of the Guaranteed sum. 10. No change in the constitution of the Concessionaire or of the Guarantor shall be a ground for release of the Guarantee and no variation in the concession agreement made post selection of the bidder, or post making of the bid, shall constitute a variation which would, subject to the terms and conditions of this agreement, discharge the Guarantor. "- *.Ti- ".,n< c!n 1 For Synd;:r;,? :!; I :x:z?,t;.-:k-.,,.: '.. q.. -,l - l.,-.. L, i.,.. _. -., 7. i '.,,,

156 4 1 J.4 ac,o(t* 01',. C' :: 4 :: The Guarantor shall notwithstanding such change, be bound to make payment upon the Guarantee on demand. 11. The Guarantor agrees that no change, addition to or other modifications to the terms of the Concession Agreement or to any documents which have or may be made between NHAl and the Concessionaire will in any way release it from any liability under this Guarantee and that it waives any requirement for notice of any such change, addition or or agrees that it will not assign its obligations under this Guarantee without e prior written consent of NHAI. NHAl will not unreasonably withhold its consent if the proposed assignee is of atleast equal financial standing to the Guarantor and the assignee assumes in writing the obligations of the Guarantor under this Guarantee at the - same time or before the assignment. 13. This Guarantee binds the Guarantor, its successors and permitted assigns Notwithstanding anything contained herein before our liability under this guarantee is restricted to a sum of Rs. 8,34.00,000 I- (Eight Crores Thirty Four Lakhs Only) and shall expire on We are liable to pay the Guaranteed amount or any part thereof under this Bank Guarantee only and only if you serve upon us the written claim of demand on or before Y Confirmation of issue ~f this Bank Guarantee should be sotight by the beneficiary from our Regional Office at the following address: The Deputy General Manager Syndicate Bank, Regional Office, Pioneer House, Opp. Erramanzil, Panjagutta Hyderabad - 82

157 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-111: Non Technical Schedules SCHEDULE G SCHEDULE OF USER FEE TO RE PUBLISHED IN THE GAZETTE OF INDIA EXTRAORDINARY PART SECTION 3 SUB SECTIOS (ii) PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY, MINISTRY OF ROAD TRANSPORT & HIGHWAYS NEW DELHI. Whereas, by the notificat~on of the Government of lndia in tlie Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, number... dated... issued under Section I I of tlie National Highways Authority of the lndia Act, 1988 (68 of 1988), the Central Government has entrusted the section from Km - to Krn of the National Highway number - in thz State of to the National Highways Authority of lndia (herein after referred to as the "Authority")': AND, WHEREAS, the Authority has entered into an agreement with... (name of Concessionaire with address)..., (hereinafter referred to as the "Concessionaire") for tlie develop~nent of the said section of the said National Highway on Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT basis: AND. WHEREAS, the Central Government has entered into an agreement with the Authority for the development of the said section of the said Xational Highway and to issue a Fee Notification to levy and collect the fees from the users of the said National Highway in terms of the aforesaid agreement entered into benveen the Authority and the said Concessionaire; NOW, THEREFORE, in exercise of powers conferred by section 8A of the National Hi,uliways Act, 1956 (48 of 1956); read with rule 3 of the Natio~al HigIi\rtays (Collection of Fees by any person for tlie use of section of National, Highwayslper~iianent bridgeltemporary bridge on National Highway) Rules, 1997, the Central Govern~nent, having regard to the expenditur? involved in building, maintenance. management and operation of the said section of tlie said National Highway, interest on the capital invested, reasonable return, the volume of traffic and the period of such agreement entered into between the Authority and the Concessionaire, hereby notifies that there shall be levied and collected fees on mechanical vehicles for the use of the said section starting from Km - to Km of the National Highway number in the Srates of - at the rates specified in the Schedule below, and authorizes the said Concessionaire to collect and retain tlie said fees on and from the date of com~nercial operation till the termination dare. Definitions, - In this notification, unless the context othenvise requires. - (i) "Actual Fees" meansthe fees actually charged on the road users based on both the distance behveen tlie appropriate toll booths as ma) be approved by the Authority and the base fee given in the sched~lie to this notification;

158 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-111: Non Technical Schedules (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) "Date of Commercial Operation" means the date on which the commercial operation of the section from Km - to Km of the National Highway number - in the States of starts, which shall be the date on which the Independent Consultant issues the Completion Certification or the F'rovisional Certificate, as the case may be, upon completion of four laning of the said section of the said National Highwa)- in accordance with the provisions of the agreement entered into between the Authority and the Concessionaire; "Termination Date" means the date on which the said agreement entered into behveen the Authority and the Concessionaire expires pursuant to the provisions of the said agreement or is terminated by termination notice; ''Local Personal Traffic" means and includes a personal vehicle which is registered with... (name of the Concessionaire)... by any person who normally resides or works at a place that can normally be approached only by using a part of the section and such person is, therefore, required to use such vehicles for commuting on a part of the said section, without crossing' more than one of the Plazas, in the course of normal travel to and from his place of work or residence. "Local Commercial Traffic" means any commercial vehicle including buses, trucks, light motor vehicles or taxis engaged in carrying goods and passengers registered with... (name of the Concessionaire)... as plying routinely on the said section without crossing more than one of the Plazas; Words and expressions used in this notification but not defmed but defined in the agreement entered into between the Authority and the Concessionaire in respect of section 6om Km - to Km - of the National Highwa: number - in the States of shall have the same meaning as assigned to them respectively in the said agreement. SCHEDULE Rates of base fees to be recovered from the users of the National Highway number.- from km to Km - in the States of - The fee shall be collected at maximum two Plazas (to be decided in consultation with IC) applicable as on in July (1) 1. I (2) A car, passenzer I an or jeep Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) Truck Bus Multi Axle Vehicle (>2 axle) I one way trip (in rupees per km.) -- (3) Page : G-2

159 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-111: Non Technical Schedules Notes: 1. Multi Axle Vehicle includes earth-moving equipments and heavy construction machinery. 2. The aforesaid fee will be revised once in every year with effect from 1" July of the year. The revised fee shall be computed ("Computed Fee") as follows:- Base Fee X WPI-B WPI-A Where WPI-A = is the Wholesale Price Index on March 3 1, WPI-B = is the Wholesale Price Index on March 31 preceding the fee-revision date. The actual fees to be charged shall be rounded off to the nearest five rupees. 3. No fee shall be payable or collected in respect of the following vehicles. namely: - (a) Defense Vehicles; (b) Police vehicles; (c) Fire fighting vehicles; (d) Ambulances; (e) Funeral vans; (f) Post and Telegraph Department's vehicles; (g) Central and State Government vehicles or. duty (h) Vehicles with "VIP" symbols or okicially belonging to:- (i) President of India, (ii) Vice-President of India (iii) Governor of a State and Lt. Governor of a Union Territory (iv) A Foreign dignitary on State visit to India, and (v) A Foreign Diplomat stationed in India using cars with ''CDY'/ "CC" symbols (vi) Chairman of Rajya Sabha or Speaker of Lok Sabha or Chairman of a State Legislative Council or Speaker of a State Legislative Assembly or a Minister for the Union or State or Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha or Rajya Sabha or State Legislatures having the Status of Cabinet Minister if he is sitting in the vehicle; (vii) Members of Parliament in the entire country or a Member of Legislative Assembly of a State or a Member of Legislative Council of a State, in the respective State if he produces his Identity Card issued by the Parliament or concerned Legislature of a State as the case may be. (viii) Vehicles belonging to Winners of Gallantry Awards such as Pam Vir Chakra, Ashok Chakra, Maha Vir Chakra, Kii Chakra, Vir Chakra and Shacrya Chakra, if such awardee produces his photo Identity Card duly authenticated by the Competent Authority for such award.

160 National Highways Authority of India Request f&r Pmposal I'ART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules 4. The rates of fees, the Categories of vehicles exempted from payment of fee and the name, address and telephone numbel of Concessionaire to whom coniplaints. if any. should be addressed, shall be conspicuously and prominently displayed 500 meters ahead of the toll booths, 100 meters ahead of the toll booths and at the toll booths also, the height of the display boards and size of letters being such that it is easy for drivers to read the display boards. 5. The Concessionaire shall not collect fees fro111 Local Personal Traffic and Local Co~nmercial Traffic in excess of the following discounted rates, namely; (a) Local Personal Traffic: Twenty five per cent of the applicable fees for the specific category of vehicle. (b) Local Co~n~nercial Traffic: Fifty per cent of the applicable fees for the specific category of vehicle. 6. The Concessionaire shall publish substance of this notification in two local newspapers (one of which shall be in vernacular language), which shall also state the date of commercial operation as per the provision of this notification, at least ten da1.s prior to the date of commercial operation. Such substance shall also be repeated, ten days prior to giving effect to revised fees as per this notification. 7. The actual fees to be charged to users shall be computed by the Concessionaire and sent to the Authority for validation as soon as possible after 31" March in every year, but at least forty-five days before the rate increase is to be effective. The Authority shall provide any comments or request clarifications as soon as possible upon receipt of the fee revision proposal but not later than fifteen days of receipt of the fee revision piopos~l. If the Authority does not offer cornlnents or seek clarification during this p~riod the revised fee, as proposed by the Concessionaire, shall be deemed to ha\,e been confirmed by.the Authority. Pngc : G-4..,..

161 Schedule H I. PROJECT COMPLETION SCHEDULE Activities Completion of project road on NH-3 from Km 380 to Km 265. Completion Period (from the Appointed Date) years II. SITE HANDING OVER SCHEDULE I The site shall be handed over as below from the date of signing the Concession Agreement: Stretch (design chainage) Length Remarks Entire existing road except. from km. 111,058km to , ' to to , to , to , to , to , to , to Realianment ort ti on from km. Within one month Within ten months Additional Land wherever required for the Project Highway including Land for Base Camp and Rest Area at jm 352(Renuka Devi Temple)

162 1. The above Handing over Schedule is subject to accomplishment of all obligations of the Concessionaire as mentioned in the Request for Proposal (RFP) Document.

163 ~ ~ ---- NHAI NH3 I i IRCON - SOMA I V Ill. PROJECT MILE STONE Preconstruction Activities hievernenl of Financial Closure..... ~. andling Over the site lo the Concessionaire ridges and CD Slructures uction Activities dministrative blocks \... 3.~.' 41anmg of NH3 from Dhule-Pimpalgm (Knl265 lo Km 3801

164 DRAWINGS SCHEDULE I 1. The project highway drawings, as defined in clause 1.1, Definitions, Article 1, Definition and Interpretation, Chapter I-Preliminary, of the Concession Agreement shall consist: A. Working drawings of all the components/elements of the project as determined by Independent ConsultantNM, and B. As-built drawings for the project highway components/elements as determined by Independent ConsultanW. As-built drawings shall be duly ceaif~ed by Independent Consultant 2. A broad list of the drawings of the various componentdelements of the project highway and project facilities required to be submitted by the Concessionaire is given below: a) Drawings of horizontal alignment, vertical profile and cross sections b) Drawings of cross drainage works c) Drawings of interchanges, major intersedons and grade separators d) Drawings of toll plaza layout, toll collection systems and roadway near toll plaza e) Drawings of Control Centre f) Drawings of bus-bay and bus shelters with fumiture and drainage system ) Drawing of a truck parking layby with furniture and drainage system h) Drawings of road furniture items including traffic signage, markings, safety barriers, etc. Drawings of traffic diversion plans and traffic control measures Drawings of road drainage measures Drawings of typical details slope protection measures Drawings of landscaping and horticulture Drawings of pedestrian crossings Drawings of street lighting Layout~Configuration of HTMS General arrangement of Base camp and Administrarive Block

165 TESTS TO BE CONDUCTED Schedule J 1. All materials to be used, all methods adopted and all works performed shall be strictly in accordance with MORTH's Specifications for Road and Bridge works. For this purpose the responsibility of contractor as mentioned in Section 900 shall be taken up by the Concessionaire and the responsibility of Engineer shall be taken up by lndependent ConsultantlNHAl. 2. The concessionaire shall carry out quality control tests on the materials and work at the frequency stipulated in Section 900 of MORTH's Specifications for Road and Bridge works. In the absence of clear indications about the methods andlor frequency of tests for any item, the instructions of the independent consultantlnhal shall be followed. 3. The concessionaire shall carry out all necessary tests on material and work independently and keep their record for reference. The concessionaire shall prepare a quality audit manual in consultation with independent consultantinhal to ensure better quality of work. Following circulars of MORTH and IRC codes may also be referred: a. IRC:SP-11 " Handbook of Quality Control for construction af Roads and Runways" b. IRC:SP-47 " Guidelines on Quality systems for Road Bridges (Plain, Reinforced, Pre stressed and composite concrete) c. IRC:SPdl " Guidelines for Load Testing of Bridges " d. IRC:SP-57 "Guidelines for Quality Systems for Road Construction " e. MORTH Circular No. RWINH-34059lll96-S&R dated "Revised Interim Specifications for Expansion Joints" 4. Above stip~lated requirements for tests and quality control are minimum. The Concessionaire shall conduct all possible tests to ensure quality construction. 5. lndependent Consultant, at his discretion and consistent with sound engineering practice, shall carryout any non-destructive tests on pavement, structure and any other component to ascertain the soundness of work.

166 National High\ra?r Au15orit> ol'lndin Request fbl. I'roposal PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules SCHEDULE - K COMPLETION CERTIFICATE IIWe, (Name of Independent Consultant) acting as Independent Consultant on the project "4-laoing of... from Krn... to I<rn... section of NH JNH 110.) in the state of (Kame of the state), India on ROT basis" through the Concessionaire, (Name of Concessionaire) hereby issue this completion certificate in terms of sub-clause 16.4 of Concsssion Agreement since the said Project lias been completed and successfully tested as per Scliedule-J as stipulated in the said Concession Agreement and is ready for commissioning traffic commercially as provided in the Concession Agreement dated (Date of Acreernent) between the said Concessionaire and the NHAI. Tine date of issue of this Completion Certificate shall be the COD, as defined in the said Concession Agreement. Dated (Date of Issue) Independent Consultant Page : K

167 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-111: Non 'Technical Schedules SCHEDULE - K, PROVlSIONAL COMPLETION CERTIFICATE We mame of Indeaendent Consultant) acting as Independent Consultant on the project, "4-laning of... from Km... to Km..., section of NH (NH no.) in the state of (Name of the state), India on BOT basis" through the Concessionaire, mame of Concessionaire) hereby issue this provisional certificate of completion in-terms of sub-clause 16.5 of Concession Agreement dated (Date of Apreement), between the said Concessionaire and the NHAI, on the request of the said Concessionaire subject to the appended Punch List containing a list of outstanding items since the tests stipulated in schedule J have been successfully carried out and all parts of Project Highway can be legally, safely and reliably placed in commercial operations though certain works and things forming part thereof are not yet complete as indicated in the said Punch List. All the items of the said Punch List shall be completed by the said Concessionaire within 120 (one hundred and twenty) days of the date of issue of this Provisional Certificate of Completion. of issue) Independent Consultant 1b Page : K-!

168 Operation 8 Maintenance IO&M) 1 General a. The Concessionaire shall comply with the O&M Requirements set out in this Schedule. In doing so, the Concessionaire shall ensure that the Project Highway and Facilitiss are maintained to the standards and specifications and shall also meet the other requirements, if any, set out in the Agreement. b. During the Implementation Period, the Concessionaire shall take appropriate measures to operate and maintain the existing highway and ensure that minimum 2 lanes remain open for uninterrupted, smooth and safe traffic flow at all times. c. The Concession Agreement stipulates that the project highway shall be constructed operated and maintained during the Concession Period by Concessionaire and thereafter transferred to NHAI. This schedule elaborates the operation and maintenance requirements of the concession and is to be read together with the Concession Agreement for this purpose. For clarification of doubt, the period during which the Concessionaire shall comply with O&M requirements covers the entire Concession Period including the Construction period. Particularly, during the construction period, the Concessionaire is required to operate and maintain the existing two lanes as provided in the Concession Agreement and this Schedule. 2 0 & M Requirements 2.1 In the design, planning and implementation of allworks and functions associated with the operation and maintenance of the Project facilities, the Concessionaire shall take all such actions and do all such things (including without limitation, organizing itself, adopting measures and standards, executing procedures including inspection procedures, highway patrols, and engaging contractors, if any, agents and employees) in such manner, as will: (i) (ii) (iii) Ensure the safetpf personnel deployed on and users of tha Project Facilities or part thereof: Keep the Project Facilities from undue deterioration and wear; Permit unimpaired performance of statutory duties and functions of any party in relation to the Project;

169 2.2 During the concession period, the concessionaire shall ensure that (i) The Project Facilities are kept free from undue deterioration and undue wear; (ii) applicable and adequate safety measures are taken; (iii) minimum delay is caused to users of the Project Facilities (iv) adverse effects on the environment and to the owners and occupiers of property andlor land in the vicinity of the Project Facilities, due to any of its actions, is minimized; (v) Any situation which has arisen or likely to arise on account of any accident or other emergency is responded to as quickly as possible and its adverse effects controlledlminimized; (vi) disturbance or damage or destruction to property of third party by operations of the Project Facilities is controlledlminimized; (vii) Elected members of the public are treated with due courtesy and consideration by its employeeslagents; (viii) Users are provided with adequate information and forewarned of any event or any other matter affecting the Project Facilities to enable them to control1 minimize any adverse consequences by such event or matter; (ix) Registers to be maintained to record grievances or appreciations of members of public in relation to the operation and maintenance of projectlproject facilities. (x) Traffic data and data relating to the operation and maintenance of the Project Highway and its Facilities and events on the Project Highway are collected and disseminated such that the NHAl and other persons or bodies with statutory duties or functions in relation to the Project Highway or adjoining roads are able to perform those duties and functions efficiently; (xi) All materials used in the maintenance, repair and replacement of any of the Project Facilities shall meet the Design Requirementslstandards. (xii) The personnel assigned by the Concessionaire~ave the requisite qualifications and experience and are given the training necessary to enable the Concessionaire meet the O&M Requirements.

170 3 Operation and Maintenance Manual and O&M Plans 3.1 This will be made for three stages as described in sub paras below: a) Prior to the commencement of any construction activity, th Concessionaire, in consultation with the lndepender Consultant, shall finalize the O&M Plan for lmplementatio~ Period. b) Prior to making application for the Co'mpletion certificate fo the Project the Concessionaire shall finalize in consultatior with the Independent Consultant: (i) (ii) the O&M Manual the O&M Plan for the first year of operations. C) Six weeks prior to the anniversary of Commercial Operation Date of Project (COD)* each year, the Concessionaire shall submit an annual O&M Plan for the next year of operations. d) The O&M Manual prepared by the Concessionaire shall set out the operations and maintenance standards and details of the operations and maintenance activities to be undertaken during the Concession Period, so that the Project Facilities shall at all times conform to the Design Requirements1 specifications. e) The Manual shall include without limitation the following aspects: (i) Organization. structure with responsibilities of key personnel; (ii) Traffic Management Plan including the Corridor Control Plan; (iii) Safety Management Programme including the Emergency Response Protocol; (iv) Inspection Procedures; (v) Maintenance Intervention Levels; (vi) Asset Management Project Deliverables and Tolerance Criteria; (vii) Environment Management Plan; (viii) Maintenance Programme; (ix) Management information system;

171 (x) Report Formats f) The said Operation and Maintenance Manual shall have tb separate sections namely. i) Section I Operations; and ii) Section II, Maintenance 3.2 Operations Part of O&M Manual It shall prescribe procedures and systems for activities including but not b~ limited to the following for the regular and emergency operations of the Project Highway and facilities thereon. Peimitting smooth and uninterrupted flow of traffic during normal operating conditions. Functioning of the Toll System including charging and collecting the fees from the road user in accordance with the Concession Agreement. Functioning of the Patrolling System Functioning of rescue and medical and aid services - Ambulance - Fire Brigade. - Tow away trucks and canes Functioning of the Project Facilities - Administrative, Operat~on and Maintenance camp - Pickup bus stops - Parking Laybys & Rest Areas - Electrical Services at Laybys, bus stops and rest area - Potable water supply system including supply of drinking water at truck parking iaybyes, rest areas etc. - Public toilets and other sanitary facilities - Solid wastes disposal system including those from litterbins --.. Maintenance Part of O& M Manual of the operation and maintenance manual, shall include the activities described here-in-under amongst other activities required for the regular and preventive maintenance of the equipment during the operations.~.,.,,..:,.?-.,, period, so that the project Highway is maintained in a manner that at all....'times it complies with the specifications and standards and at the time of,,!%:>,,.:., L - 4 i...

172 divestment of Right and Interests by the Concessionaire in terms of Artic XXXlll of the Concession Agreement it is sound, durable and in function; condition The concessionaire shall maintain the Project Highway in traffic-worth condition and the Project's Ancillary Facilities in usable condition throughou the Concession Period or any extension thereof in terms of the Concessior Agreement through regular maintenance and preventive maintenance of the various items and elements of the Project Highway The concessionaire shall maintain the existing 2 lanes of the Project Highway during construction of new lanes in such a manner that the unevenness index of the pavement does not exceed 3,000 mm per km, or the present roughness value 6i the existing pavement, whichever is lesser The following publications can be referred for preparation of the said section II of "Maintenance Manual" MOST manual for maintenance of roads IRC:SP-35, guidelines for Inspection and Maintenance of Bridges The manufacturer's Maintenance Manual(s) of the equipment including that of the Toll Collection system to be used in the Project Highway Operations shall form part of the said O&M Manual. Any other appropriate documents Routine Maintenance In order to ensure smooth and uninterrupted flow of traffic during normal operating conditions for all 24 hours of a day, routine maintenance of the Project Facilities shall include but not be limited to:.- ' (i) prompt repairs of Toll Plaza, concrete joints, drains, lane marking, signage; -- patching, raised berms, drain cleaning, repairing of signs, road marking, carrying out repairs to pavement crack by sealing; barricades, railing etc. &: (ii) replacement of equiprnent/consumables,. horticultural maintenance and 0 :.,,.:,,. %:. repairs to equipment, pavements, elevated highway, overpasses, bridges, I". IZ;.' ;: structures and other civil works which are part of the ProjectIProject * \ ' ~ \ ; ;; Facilities;.!'...,I "C~,, i-.x:.,. ii (iii) maintenance of the approach roads to overpasses and drainages within the

173 (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) Project Site in accordance with Good Industry Practice; keeping the Project SitelProject Facilities in a clean, tidy and order condition free of litter and debris and taking all practical measures prevent damage to the Project Facilities or any other property on or ne; the Project Site. Removing and disposing of in accordance with 2 Applicable Laws and Applicable Permits, all rubbish, debris, etc including any and all equipments, supplies, materials and waste brought or produced by the ConcessionairelContractor on the Projec Site; undertaking maintenance works in accordance with the 0 & M Plan an( O&M Manual; preventing, with the assistance of concerned law enforcement agencie: wherenecessary, any unauthorized entry to and exit from including any encroachments on the ROW I Project Site; taking all reasonable measures for the safety of all the workmen, material, supplies and equipment brought to the Project Site. Explosives, if any, shall be stored, transported and disposed of by the Concessionaire in accordance with Applicable LawslApplicable Permits. (viii) maintenance of road fumiture like KM post, Hectometer stooes, ROW pillar etc. and attending to repairs to various parts of the road furniture and connected services as and when necessary, and replacement of irreparable items of work in respocsible period. At the end of the Concession Period, all road furniture shall be handed over to lndependent Engineer in neat, tidy and in usable and working order. jix) (x) (xi) for routine maintenance wotds, the Concessionaire shall generally follow the operational and performance criteria specified in the respective IRCIMORT&H standards and specifications for each of the performance, indictors covered under pavement condition survey, roughness and BBD deflections. Where such criteria are not specified in the standards, the Concessionaire, for the purpose of routine maintenance shall set forth such criteria as to conform to good international standards and Good lndustry Practice for sound pavement maintenance practices in consultation with the Independent Consultant. all traffic signs and markings shall always be kept clear visible and in correct alignment and position repairs will be attended to elements of landscape as and when necessary and irieparable items replaced..3.6 Preventive Maintenance The Concessionaire shall regularly carry out the necessary preventive maintenance activities for the Project Fac~lities to ensure adherence to.- the Design Requirements and specifications throughout the Concession Period.

174 (I) Preventive Maintenance shall include the activities related to eac element and the system as a whole of the Project Highway to ensur that during the Concession Period and at its end is in sound, durabl and functional condition Periodic Maintenance (i) Carriageway a) This activity shall be carried out as required and at least once every 51t year (from COD) and in the last year of concession period. Road marking as specified and other road side features shall be restored to meet the relevant standards to the satisfaction of the Independent Consultant. b) The periodic maintenance activities shall also include profile corrective course of overlaid with the periodic renewal of the wearing course of the road pavement. The same shall be undertaken on all roads and pavements in the Project facilities including on the truck lay-bays busbays and way side Amenities - Service Area. The concessionaire may adopt cost effective treatment like Asphalt concrete, recycling, stone mastic, micro seal etc. c) The paved shoulders shall also be treated in similar manner as applicable to the Mainline traffic lanes. d) The periodic renewal shall result in improvement of the riding quality, meeting road roughness value at least as at the time of COD. e) The separator islands shall be restored to the design cross section. f) Road marking as specified and other roadside features wherever required shall be restored to meet the relevant standard specified. g) Any other repairs needed to the project will be attended to ---. (ii) Crash Barriers & Pedestrian Guard Details a) The crash barriers should require minimum maintenance except in case of damage due to impact. b) Concrete Posts and Steel Beam crash barriers will require repairs or replacement from low to medium impact damage caused by vehicles. Periodic painting will also be required. Maintenance of Buildings. a) The Concessionaire shall carry out regular and periodic inspection1 maintenance of all buildings related to the 'Project'. This shall include.- cleaning, repairs and maintenance of various parts of the building, services and facilities in a wholesome and hygienic condition at all time.

175 This will involve replacement' of irreparable ftems of work, cleaning disinfecting of the water supply systems, inspection and maintenance drainagelsanitation systems and Illumination and electrical installation landscaping, painting and shall be as per relevant clauses of NB~ Maintenance of pavement of parking lot with Road Marking shall t carried out. b) Maintenance of all furfiiture, furnishing items and equipment s h ~ include periodic servicing, checking, replacement attending to a necessary repairs, replenishment of the consumables and 0th~ incidentals. Laboratory shall be maintained and operated efficiently t( carry out requisite Tests till end of the concession period Special Repairs Damages occurring due to natural calamities like heavy floods, sand storms, hurricanes, cyclones, earthquakes to any element or system of the Project Highway shall be rectified and the system restored to function as per programme prepared in consultation with Independent Consultant. All such activities shall fall under the Maintenance and shall form a part of the said Maintenance Manual Minimum Maintenance Requirements Major Breaches in theroadway Major breaches in the roadway of any type endanger safety of traffic and cause obstruction in movement of vehicles. These breaches shall be repaired urgently. Steps as mentioned in O&M manual shall be followed by the Concessionaire for repairing the breaches. /"- The concessionaire shall ensure speedy restoration of traffic and take immediate action to repair the damages as permanent measures for the Project Highway. The restoration of traffic shall be made within 24 hours of its occurrence. The permanent measures shall be completed within a period one week... ~ Minor cuts, ruts or blockage - -. Minor cuts, ruts and damages on Project Highway which do not completely obstruct the traffic but endanger the safety of traffic, shall be attended to on an urgent basis. For this purpose any cut which is in width :.. more than 1 rn shall be repaired within 24 hrs. Any minor blockage, which... partially obstructs the traffic and endangers safety, shall be removed by. :. - I,. :..., the concessionaire immediately.

176 3.4 Maintenance Standards During Implementation Period During Implementation Period, the Concessionaire shall maintain the existing 2 lane highway in traffic worthy condition as per the Intervention levels 1 and 2 provided in Table L-I; Table L-I Intervention Levels (Existing 4-Lane Highway during implementation Period) SI. No. Sewice Factor I I. I Potholes km hax)., I I I I project I I! I 0 upto 75mm deep ii) more than 75mm deep Percent Cracking Rut Depth not exceeding 1 Omm User Information Percentage Defective bridge Deck area and bump at approach Drainage (including shoulders) Pavement Marking, Level 1 (Desirable) Nil - Nil Nil Length not more than 10% ofthe ~iihwa~ Level 2 (Acceptable) All road All road signs, Km post and sians. -. Km road markina - in good - I post and road 1 condition marking in god,, condltlon. Nil No visible water pool within the ROW Full retlectivity in 5 Nos. of size c 5 sq.m Nil No Unsealed cracks 6mrn wide on 95O% Project Highway. Length Upto 20% of Project Highway Nil No visible water pool within the ROW. The adequate wet reflectivity should exist. i I I - i!.. 1 I I I I During Operation Period During Operations Period, all the road works and pavements contained in _ the Project Facilities (including those in the ancillary facilities) shall be ; maintained in traffic-worthy condition as per the intervention levels 1 & 2 as L-9

177 during provided in the Table L- 2 through the various maintenance activities. I SI.No. I Table L-2 (Intervention Levels-Operations Period) Sewice Factor Level I Level 2 (Desirable) (Acceptable) Not more than Not more than Roughness by Bump 2000mmlKm 3000mmlKm Integrator (max. (Allowable Tolerance: permissibility) +5%) Potholes Ikm (max) i) less than 75mm deep ii) more than 75mm deep Percent Cracking Rut Depth not exceeding Length not more than Upto 10% of length of 5% of the Project Highway Project Highway User Information Percentage Defective bridge Deck area and bump at approach Camber i) Mainline Drainage (including shoulders) I - Nil -- Nil Nil All road signs, Km post and road marking in good condition in 3 language formula. Nil (+ or -) 0.05% variation from the Camber as per Desian Reauirements - No visible water pool within the Project Highway 2 Nos. of size c 5 5q.m Nil No Unsealed cracks > 6mm wide on 95% Proiect Hiahwav. All road signs, Km post and road marking in good condition in 3 language formula Characteristic Deflection as Upto 0.50mm 19. I I Upto 0.80mm oer IRC: I' I I ( Pavement Marking 1 Full reflectivity in wet 1 Adequate wet reflectivity. 1 ( conditions -- -~ The road roughness value shall be measured at least twice in a year by a properly calibrated Bump lntegrator device before the monsoon and soon after the monsoon preferably in the months of April and October of every year. The Concessionaire shall ensure that at no point ~ the Operations Period the roughness value in the road surface shall exceed the prescribed acceptable roughness values given in Table L -2. Nil (+ or -) 0.1 5% variation from the Camber as per Design Requirements No visible water pool within the charge of concessionaire I

178 The structural condition of the flexible pavement of the Project Highwa shall be assessed every year by taking Benkelman Beam Deflections an. working out characteristic deflections of homogeneous sections of tho Project Highway as per IRC-81. In the case of cement concrete pavemenl joints shall be thoroughly inspected every year and the loss of sealing compounds made good Bridges and Other Structures: The Concessionaire shall maintain anc carry out required repairs of the various elements of the structures ir accordance with IRC-SP-35: 1990 "Guidelines for the. inspection and Maintenance of Bridges in consultation with Independent Consultant. /.<..;;, 0 exceeds '*// b *.alt.bv 1: 1 \ % ' Pavement Pavement Distress Maintenance procedure for correcting distress in bitum'inous pavement shall include patching, crack sealing, surface treatment and pot hole filling. Cracking Cracking of bituminous pavements shall include all types of cracks such as hairline, alligator, longitudinal, transverse, shrinkage, reflective and edge cracking, linear and slippage etc. The minimum requirement and criteria for crack sealing shall be as under. i) If the width of the cracks is less than 3 mm and resulting into settlement of pavement upto 10 mm in depth and exceeding in are more than 1 sqm at a place, such cracking shall be sealed by fog sealing in accordance with the MORT&H Specification ii) If the widthof cracks is more than 3 mm and causing settlement of the pavement upto 10 mm and the area of cracked surface exceeds 0.5 sq.m at a place, such cracked surface shall be repaired by slurry sealing in accordance with MORT&H Specification 516. iii) If the cracked portion has settled more than 10 mm and its area 0.5 sqm, such areas shall be repaired by patching as per MOST Specification In case of alligator cracks, the permanent repair by full depth patching, shall be carried out. The slippage-_. cracks shall be repaired by removing the affected bituminous layer and replacing it with surface patch. In edge cracking, if shoulders are not providing adequate lateral support. the shoulder shall be.-. reconstructed with good quality material... Rutting If the depth of rut exceeds 10 mm with a length of 10 m at a place in the wheel track of pavement surface, the, same shall be repaired by full depth patching. L- 11

179 / ' : ;:. Corrugations and Shoving If corrugations and shoving in the pavement area exceeds 1 sq.m at place and depthlheight of corrugationlshoving exceed 10 mm, the sam shall be treated by full depth patching. Settlement of Grade Depressions If the settlements and grade depressions exceed 1 sqm in area and thei depth is within 10 mm, such defects shall be treated by skin/full deptt patching. Upheaval or swell If upheaval or swell exceeds 0.5 sq.m in area and its height is more than 10 mm such defects shall be treated. Raveling If the raveling of bituminous pavement exceeds 1 sq.m in area, slurry seal treatment shall be applied in accordance with the MOST Specification. Pot holes If the bowl shaped pot hole in the pavement exceeds 0.5 sqm in area and 10 mm in depth irrespective of the numbers existing on the pavement shall be repaired by patchinglpothole filling in accordance with MOST Specification Skid Hazards Skid hazards irrespective of size, shall be corrected by improving the surface drainage and skid resistance including cleaning the surface of contamination, surface treatments or milling or resurfacing. Bleeding or Flushing Bleeding or flushing of the pavement irrespective of the area shall be repaired by application of hot sand. Longitudinal1 Transverse streaking If the longitudinal and transverse streaking appears on the pavement surface in area exceeding 5 sqm, the same shall be treated by application of new surface treatment or' by a second treatment ove; the streak surface If any defects other than those mentioned above occur on the pavement of the project highway, the same shall be rectifiedlcorrected by the concessionaire as per directions laid out in IRC: or based on < -.,,.... sound engineering practice '..I:?. -.:. J Periodic Maintenance of Pavement. The concessionaire shall set forth in the Operations and maintenance... Manual the detailed procedures to be followed under each of these,+. -' -,,.

180 I,.;r-',, activities, and also choose the operational and performance criter~a fro the IRCIMOST standards and specifications for each of the performanc indicators covered under pavement condition survey, roughness and BB deflection. Where such criteria is not specified in the standards, th concessionaire, for the purpose of routine maintenance shall set fort such criteria so as to conform to international standards or soun pavement maintenance practices in consultation with the independer, consultant for using them as criteria. Pavement Riding Quality The riding quality of the pavement shall be ensured by satisfying the minimum requirements given herein under: i) Surface roughness of the project highway on completion of construction shall not exceed 2000 mmlkm as measured by the 5th wheel Bump Integrator. ii) Surface roughness shall not exceed 3000 mmlkm and 1000 mm in any 200 m length during the service life of the pavement at any time. A renewal coat of 25 mm of bituminous concrete shall be laid after initial construction whenever the roughness value reaches 3000 mmlkm to bring it to less than 2000 mmkm. Structural condition of the Pavement i. The structural condition of the flexible pavement of the Project Highway shall be assessed every year by taking Benkelman Beam Deflections and working out characteristic deflections of homogenous sections of the project Highway as per IRC Wherever the characteristic deflection exceeds 0.8 mm a bituminous overlav shall be provided appropriately... designed according to IRC:~~-1997 or its latest versions or- amendments to it. he characteristic deflection at the end of concession period shall not exceed 0.5 rnm ii. In case of cement concrete pavement, joints shall be thoroughly inspected every year and the loss of sealing compounds made good. If the shoulders are deformed or scoured and are lower than 25 mm from the adjacent carriageway, thesssh-ak be corrected by excavation, filling, dressing and compacting a material matching the existing material and it shall conform to the relevant MORT&H Specification requirement. For maintenance it shall be ensured that no earth is borrowed from...;, roadside land. All borrowing operation shall be as per I RC:

181 Damaged CulvertslBridges The treatment for the damage3 culverts/bridges shall be assessed at sib after ascertaining the damaged portion as per site exigencies. The repai shall be carried out expeditiously DrainagelSide Drains Routine maintenance under this category shall cover pipe drainage system, slot drains, porous drains, gullies, catch-pits, open grills, ditches, side drains and median drainage etc. If the side drainsfmedian drains where provided, and other drainage structures have been silted up in such a manner that it is causing obstruction in flow of water, the same shall be cleared of reguiarly in order to keep the drains free from obstructions all the time. If the drainage system of project Highway is covered and damaged, it obstructs the flow of water causing damage to the road pavement. Such damaged structures shall be reconstructed to required shape, size and proper slope Cross Drainage Works Where the bed of a culvert gets silted up and causes obstruction in flow of water, the de-silting operation shall be done regularly. The scouring of piers and abutment of bridges and culverts shall be observed carefully particularly before and after rainy season and suiiable remedial measures as deemed fit looking to site conditions shall be taken. If any settle'ment cracks are appearing in substructure and superstructure of the CD works beyond permissible limits, the same shall be darefully observed and suitable remedial measures as per sound engineering practice taken Landscaping Trees shall be maintained as per the guidelines in IRC : SP : and no indiscriminate felling of trees shall be resorted. The felling of trees shall be undertaken in consultation with the Independent Consultant and after obtaining due permission as applicable. Maintenance operations include numbering and maintaining a register of all road side trees within the Right of way (ROW)...:, C i \ The routine maintenance such as trimmingand shaping shall cover hedges.!') and trees within the control of concessionaire, which affect the performance of the Project Highway..A

182 Cutting or clearance to safeguard visibility at road bends, accesses ar signs shall be carried out in such a way as to avoid permanent damage I hedges and trees. Trees overhanging carriageways shall be trimmed t provide a minimum headroom of 5.5 meters at all times; Headges shall b kept timed not to overhang carriageways.. Turfing hall be mown as to achieve a visual pattern in harmony wit1 adjacent areas. Mowing shall be done regularly not to allow the height o turfing grass reach 150 mm.. The O&M Manual shall include a maintenance and management plan fol trees, shrubs, turfing and hedges to sustain their development in a manner pleasing in appearance Maintenance of Traffic Signals The traffic signals shall be maintained at all times as per clause 18 of lrc: and shall be periodically inspected, maintai~ed and repaired so as to be in satisfactory working condition all the time Lighting of Facilities (i) Maintenance of all lighting installations and related appurtenances shall be as per relevant clauses of IS: 1944 (Part I-V). (ii) Lighting Wherever provided shall be maintained by the Concessionaire in a condition nearly similar to original condition. (iii)the faults shall be repaired instantly and lighting restored and missing and damaged items shall be replaced instantly. (iv)cleaning shall be done at regular intervals to be mentioned in the Maintenance Manual to ensure that lighting is not below the specified standard. (v) All installations shall be safeguarded against weathering and ageing effect by repainting and other preventive measures. (vi)the servicing of stand-by power generation units shall be carried out ih accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. a Highway Signs and Road Markings (i) Traffic signs shall be kept clean to maintain their visibility and reflectivity unempirical due to dust etc. Any damage to traffic signs which reduces or threatens to reduce full and clear visibility shall be..., -:., rectified within twenty four (24) hours of its occurrence. If they are....,,..i,. used as base for posters, the posters shall be removed and the signs?. ', shall be cleaned within 24 hours. Signs shall be washed using detergent solution followed by clean water. L- 15

183 (ii) Any part of traftic signs damaged due to weathering, corrosion, vandalism or any other cause shall be replaced by the Concessionaire as early as possible and in any case within seven days. (iii) Any mandatory sign including those for traffic safety, damaged beyond repair shall be replaced within 2 days and all other signs replaced within 3 days. (iv)appropriate devices for measuring the luminosity and reflectivity shall be used to check visibility and reflectivity of signs, delineators and markings. These shall be replaced by similar material if the reduction in the level of these two requirements falls below 50% of the original level. (v) Line marking with thermo-plastic paint on toll road shall be carried out soon after any overlaylrenewal coat is provided and in situation when adequate reflectivity is lost under poor weather condition adequate wet reflectivity should be ensured. (vi)raised Pavement marker 3M-Series 290 or equivalent using micro prismatic Lens technology (confirming to ASTMD 4280 Type H) shall be provided on the centre line of each carriageway enhancing road safety Maintenance of Control Centre (i) (ii) There shall be periodic inspection and maintenance of the Control Centres. This shall include attending to repairs and maintenance (both regular and periodic) to various parts of the building and connected services and facilities as and when necessary, and replacement of irreparable items of work. Clearing & disinfecting of the water supply system, inspection and maintenance of drainagelsanitation system and electrical installations shall be as per relevant clauses of NBC. Maintenance of Emergency Telephone system including its equipment shall include periodic servicing, checking of the system; replacement of components, attending to all necessary repairs and other incidentals to keep the system in working condition. (iii) All the vehicles shall be maintained in smooth running condition at all times. In the event of any vehicle being of the road for maintenance or on account of breakdown, substitute vehicle shall be provided immediately. (iv) At the end of the Concession period or the extended period thereof, Control Centre together with all equipment in working order shall be handed over to NHAl

184 Maintenance of Buildings (i) Maintenance of buildings shall include routine maintenance an attending to repairs to various parts of the building and connectei services as and when necessary, and replacement of irreparablt items of the work, cleaning & disinfections of the water suppll systems, inspection and maintenance of drainagelsanitation systems and electrical installations shall be as per relevant clauses of NBC. (ii) All the end of the concession period or the extended period thereof, all buildings shall be in usable condition and handed over to MORTH Maintenance of Facilities for Road Users The concessionaire shall ensure that all the facilities provided for Road Users of all categories are kept in a neat, hygienic and tidy condition. Special attention shall be given in preparation of food items so that they are cooked with unadulterated ingredients in a hygienic manner. 4. Traffic Management and Lane Closure 4.1 Traffic Management General Traffic Management shall be undertaken during scheduled and unscheduled construction work and maintenance activities and also during any Emergency. Traffic Management during Emergency shall be undertaken in consultation with the Independent Engineer. The extent of the traffic management shall be assessed as per the site conditions Traffic management during construction, operation and maintenance of the project highway is important activity the Concessionaire has to attend to ensure safety of the road users as well as the construction workers simultaneously throughout the concession period. It is an usual activity to carryout various types of construction works at different stages ant at different periods as per site requirement. Also, it is a vital activity during unforeseen andlor emergency situations arising on account of n3ur.31' causes or accidents or administrative reasons.,-, ,>..:4.1.3 Traffic Management is required during planned scheduled construction a;id -~...! maintenance activities. However, traffic management will also be called for c -: during unscheduled activities such as:,, ::.,*..I :.! L

185 i) Emergency situation arising on account of ii) iii) a) Force Majeure; b) Accidentllncident on the Project Highway Special repairs required on account of failure of an element of tht Project Highway and Default of the concessionaire with respect to an operational activit) on the project highway The basic principles to be followed for traffic management and lane closure in this project highway shall be as follows: (i) (ii) Work programme schedule shall be prepared such that diversion roads for the main traffic are minimized, and the existing two lane carriageway is utilized to the maximum extent possible. Measures shall be taken that the traffic is guided from closed lane into the operating lane without its conflict with the traffic from the opposite direction. (iii) The activity of renewal of pavement surface andlor strengthening of the pavement structure shall not be taken up in a continuous length of more than 2 kilometers at a time to avoid long detour of the traffic. (iv) The traffic diversion and road where provided shall be appropriately designed for the traffic plying on the highway. It shall also be properly maintained during its operation period. (v) During traffic detour involving traffic diversion adequate safety measures as per safety standards shall be followed. (vi) Proper and adequate information about the maintenance activity shall be notified to the Road Users in advance and displayed at the work site during the Operation Period. (vii) Traffic Management plan and programme for planned scheduled construction andlor maintenance activity shall be prepared in advance of that activity keeping mentioned above and got approved by the -- independent ConsultanVNHAl as the case may be. (viii) In case of un-scheduled activities mentioned above, an emergency traffic management for the affected reach of the highway shall be prepared and implemented in consultation with the independent Consultant Immediately. This emergency traffic management plan shall take into account the various requirements spelt out in the Concession Agreement as well as in this schedule.

186 4.2 The Concessionaire shall provide, erect, maintain, cover, uncover ar remove traffic signs as required in respect of works on the Project Sib Adequate safety during night time shall be ensured by providing mobil emergency lighting units with illuminated warning signs at importar locations finalized in consultation with the lndependent Consultant. 4.3 Traffic Management Plan Before the commencement of construction activity, an overall traffic management plan and programme for a planned scheduled constructior andlor operations and.maintenance activity of the existing highway shali be prepared in consultation with the lndependent Consultant. The plan shall bs based on the following operational parameters: 1;:'..... (i) (ii) (iii) The existing 2 lane carriageway shall be utilized to the maximum extent possible; At major intersections all traffic turning movements will be allowed at most of the times Lane closure adopted for diverting the main traffic during Construction Works shall be governed by the approved programme of construction. (iv) Existing traffic may be bifurcated to a one carriageway for going and another for coming; (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) Construction of service roads including construction of culverts etc. could be taken up early to help traffic movement during construction of facility. Traffic speed through the construction zone shall be reduced by providing well designed speed breakers and warning signs. For the safety of consiruction workers as well as the traffic, a physical separation of 1.5 m between work area and the highway traffic shall be maintained. All construction traffic shall enter and exit the construction site at designated and manually controlled entrances; All short and long term temporary road detours (diversions) shall be proposed for approval lndependent Consultant; (x) Adequate advance warning and information signs shall be incorporated in the trafilc management plan in accordance with IRC/MORT&H standards and specifications. /. :.::.,,.,. '.::,:.1, Traffic management and lane closure requirements during various...,.., situations arising on the project highway needing traffic management details below: L-19

187 Rural Sections i) The widening of the existing 2 lane carriageway shall be as far : possible eccentric to develop four lane divided carriageway facility. new 2 lane carriageway separated from the existing camageway bit a 5.0 m central median will be constructed in the first instance befor taking up works on existing 2 lane carriageway. ii) The construction sequence in this case will be as under a) 2 new lanes will be constructed initially. There will be nc conflict area for the main traffic using the existing two lanes during this construction phase. It shall be ensured that the construction traffic does not conflict with the main traffic in this phase. b) On completion of the 2 new lanes in sufficiently long sections, the total traffic will be diverted on it and the works on existing 2 lanes will be taken up Central widening -urbanlbuilt up sections i) In built up areas widening of the existing 2 lane camageway shall be concentric to make it a 4 lane divided carriageway facility. The divider will be generally 3 m wide median. In addition 5.5 m wide service road will be provided on either side on the 4 lane carriageway. ii) The construction in such cases shall be taken up in about 2 km stretch and the sequence in this case will be as under: a) Service roads and side drains, side berms will be constructed initially. Also required widening including paved shoulders upto granular base layer on the side other than service road will be taken up and 1" surface dressing provided over the WMM top layers. b) On completion of the service roads on both sides and the widening portions upto surface dressing stage the -- main fl-affic will be diverted on them direction wise with light traffic on service road and main heavy traffic on widened portion of existing road after diversion of traffic from existing work on medina will be taken up. Once rneuian work is completed the existing widened carriageway with paved shoulders shall be provided with DBM - &BC on one side and in the mean time traffic maintained on available width. I L - 20

188 Operation and Maintenance Stage This stage is obtaining during the entire period of operation on the Projec Highway in the concession period. Various important activities to be Carrie out during this stage are: i) Localized repairs in short lengths less than 500 rn on account of PO holes, cracks subsidence in isolated sports or in scattered areas. ii) iii) iv) Renewallstrengthening course to be provided on as required bask (once 5 year). Wearing course required on account of the IRI values higher than the prescribed criteria obtained during regular testing as per Concession Agreement requirement Strengthening course required on account of the BBD values in excess of the prescribed criteria obtained during regular testing as per the Concession Agreement requirement; v) Regular periodic maintenance of shoulders, median, separator islands, embankment slopes, plantations, road furniture etc Lane Closure (i) (ii) Lane closure is a vital activity during construction andlor maintenance in the Concession Period that the Concessionaire shall carryout in an organized, planned and disciplined manner. Lane closure involves traffic management in the affected reach of the highway and is always a time bound activity and the Operation and Maintenance Manual has to incorporates it accordingly. In case where the concessionaire for the delay in reopening the closed lane to the traffic in terms of the Concession Agreement. (iii) The basic principles to be followed in preparation of a planned lane 1 closure shall be as follows: (0 a) The activity of renewal of pavement surface andlor strengthening of the pavement structure shall be taken up in a manner so that 2 lane % are always available to the traffic. -_ ' -. on rb b) The activity of renewal or strengthening shall not be carried out in a continuous length of more than 2 km in rural section and 1 km in Urban section so that the closure of a lane is not more than 2 days '...?., -..-., and 1 day in Rural and Urban section respectively... c) Lane closure adopted for diverting the main traffic on account of the traffic management during construction works of the Project Highway a Ac shall be governed by the approved programme of Construction.

189 d) Lane closure in shori length less than or equal to 500 m fro canying oilt a routine maintenance activity defined in item 2 of th schedule shall not be rnore than for continuous period of 1 day. 5.0 Corridor Control Plans a. Regular 24 hours patr~l/suweillance of the ROW in respect of th ProjectIProject Facilities shall be required to monitor, report and takt actions against activities, such as, encroachments, unauthorizet constnrction of road or entrance connections, structures, interferenct with drainage system etc, within 150 m of the highway corridor. b. Surveillance shall also include traffic operation and management 01 accidents! other incidents c. The Corridor Control Plan shall be developed in consultation with local administrative authorities and the Independent Consultant and shall form a part of the O&M Manual. 6.0 Inspections & Frequency The Concessionaire shall plan inspection programme for the Project Facilities for its smooth operations as follows: 6.1 Visual Inspection Visual lnspections are broad general inspections carried out frequently by highway1 bridge maintenance engineers having adequate knowledge of. road structures. The purpose of visual inspection is to report the obstacles to traffic and fairly obvious deficiencies, which could lead to accidents or maintenance problems. Such inspections should be frequent. The visual inspection may be carried out by visual assessment with careful observation of the specific objectlitem of the Project Facilities for r- identification and for quantification of the deficiencies or damages of the Project Facilities Close Inspection 0- "? t. Close inspections may be visual andtor by standard instrumental aids for. a L? assessment of defects / deficiencies of Project Highway with careful observation of specific element(s). The close inspection is more intensive and would require detailed examination of element of the Project Highway... It should cover ail the aspects of the specific element of Project Highway,. against a checklist. The frequency of close inspections would depend upon i the type of defeci or damage to Project Highway. This inspection is to be..,.:' carried out by the HighwaylBridge Engineer having good knowledge of road. ' ' structures with thsoretical background fo analyze the nature, and extent of

190 defectsldeficiencies, suggest suitable iemedial measures to rectifylreme them and quantify repair work. 6.3 Thorough Inspection A thorough inspection is comprehensive and detailed for assessment ( defects/deficiencies of the Project Highway by visual inspection or with ai of standard equipment and nondestructive testing where necessary. Suc an inspection is to be carried out on the basis of comprehensive checklist c items related to the materials, condition and situation of the structure etc The checklist is to be prepared meticulously well in advance of this kind o inspection. The thorough inspection should be undertaken during the critica weather conditicn, which is generally rainy season in India. During rain) season the Road /bridge structures are under severe condition thereby the damage and deficiencies of the Project Highway are more pronounced. The ins~edion carried out durina the said period offer to the Client critical evaluation of the of the structure. The thorough inspections would be of critical importance for bridges, culverts and drainage structures, as well as road during adverse weather condition of monsoon period. 6.4 Frequency of Inspections The type of inspection and related frequency of various items of Project Highway and its facilities have been indicated in the Table 1-3 below. The - frequency of inspection can be suitably revised in consultation with the lndependent Consultant if the situation so warrants. The objective and minimum frequency of inspections under normal circumstances shall be as under. If the exigencies arise, the interval of inspection shall be reduced. 7. Reporting Requirements The reporting and information that generally need to be provided by the Concessionaire are given below. The requirements given below are indicative of the type of information to be provided. The format of such reports, recording requirements, software standards and number of copies required would be finalized in consultation with the lndependent Consultant. All reports and records shall be in the English language. 7.1 Inspection Reports and Remedial Measures,.<. './' The periodicity of inspections for maintenance activities by the!.-!,.. Concessionaire shall be set out in the O&M Manual and regular reports on '.) 'I ~. :,.... the same shall be, sent to the lndependent Consultant. Where required, the. ~, Concessionaire shall carry out any maintenance, repair or rehabilitation works found necessary as a result of such inspections

191 Table L-3 Objective and Frequency of Inspection Visual inspection Close inspection Thorough inspection Visual inspection during rainy season only L

192 7.2 Monthly O&M Report During the Concession Period, within 5 days of the end of each calendz month or part thereof, the Concessionaire shall provide to t'ne Client monthly report (Monthly O&M Report) which shall contain the followin! minimum information: a) Inspections undertaken by the Concessionaire during the month anc action taken proposed thereafter; b) Details of all reports submitted to the lndependent Consultant durinc the month c) O&M inspection compliance report d) Maintenance activities undertaken during the month ended, e) Details ofany Emergency and action taken The format of the O&M Report would be finalized in consultation with the lndependent Consultan!. 8.0 Inventory (i) (ii) (iii) The Concessionaire shall maintain an inventory of all items comprised in the Project Facilities (the "inventory"), in a format to be developed in consultation with the lndependent Consultant. Throughout the Concession Period the Concessionaire shall keep the Inventory updated to take account of works carried out on and other changes made to the Project Faciiities. A Copy of the Inventory shall be submitted by the Concessionaire to the lndependent Consultant within thirty (30) days of receipt of a request for the same. _I:.' Abnormal Load Routing (i) (ii) The Concessionaire shall take all reasonable steps to facilitate the transit of Abnormal Indivisible Loads along the Project Faciiities. The Concessionaire shall develop a procedure for handling Abnormal Indivisible Loads in consultation with local authorities and the lndependent Engineer.,.::- :-- 'Y0.0 Equipment Belonging to Third Parties (...., L I: t.. \<,. -. : The concessionaire shall be responsible for the installation, operation,, ;i... ~ : maintenance and removal of any equipment belonging to third parties.

193 11.0 Limit of Maintenance The concessionaire shall maintain the Project Highway, Project area, Project Assets. Ancillary Facilities on the Project Highway in working and orderly condition at all times during the Concession Period or any extension thereof Divestment The Concessionaire shall take action(s), in terms of Article XXXIV. Defects Liability Chapter-VIII, Miscellaneous, of the Concession Agreement prior to proceeding with Transfer of the Project Highway, Facilities and Assets thereon tonhal. The concessionaire shall obtain transfer certificate, appended to this schedule, from the independent consultant, who shall issue it after satisfying itself that the project highway and facilities and assets thereon have beer; constructed, qperated and maintained in terms of the Concession Agreement during the Concession Period and meet the divestment requirements as per Concession Agreement for tine issue of Vesting Certificate (Schedule) by NHAI.

194 Transfer Certificate Ilwe (name of the independent consultant) issue this certificate, designated Transfer Certificate for (Name of the Project) in (Name of the State), India on Build O~erate and Transfer (BOT) basis bv the Concessionaire (Name of the concessionaire) on Build, operate and ~iansfer (BOT) basis as per the Concession Agreement between the National Highways Authority of lndia(nha1) and the said Concessionaire, being satisfied that the Project Highway has been constructed, operated and maintained during the Concession Period is in sound, durable and operational condition on completion of the said concession period, and is in a fit condition for transfer by the said Concessionaire to NHAl or its nominee. The transfer of the said project highway together with facilities thereon shall be effected on the strength of this certificate. Place of lssue Date of lssue (Independent Consultant) Equivalent Rating Conditions Sufficiency Rating System 1. Load Performance 2. Safety Performance 3. Remaining Life

195 ~~~. National Highways Authority of India Kequea tor P row PART-111: Yon Technical Schedules MONTHLY FEE COLLECTION STATEMENT Name of Work: Date of commencement of fee collection:... Remrt for month endine ~ erates e (in Rs.) SCHEDULE / Vehicle Tvw 1 Fee I Rates during I Rates / Present rates rates on comme - year before last year during / applied w.e.f. previous... yearapplied / (Date) w.e.f. I... (Date) i I Bus Multi Axle Vehicle (>2 axle) I 5. Collection during month under report (Amount in Rs. Lacs). Corresponding Vehicle Tvoe. Previous Month.,Mouth during Current Month Previous year I I Nos. Amount Nos. Amount 1 Nos. Amount Car, passenger van orjeep Light Commercial Vehicle Truck I 1 I 1 Bus / Multi Axle Vehicle (>2 axle) 1 i s Total I >ore: Infmnation at '4' and '5' to be provided sepmtcl! for 'Through l'~,lled 1 rafi~. local Tolled Traflic and 'Total Tolled TrdfTic on the Project Highway...

196 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules SCHEDULE N SELECTION CRITERIA FOR INDEPENDENT CONSULTANT Selection of the Independent Consultant shall consist of the following steps : 1. Shortlistin2 of Consultants by the concessionaire and NHAI out of the list of Consultant e~npanelled by NHAI. 2. Issue of Letter of Invitation (Lol) alongwith Terms of Reference (TOR) (Schedule 0) to shortlisted Consultants. 3. Evaluation of Technical Proposal and selection of five (5) Consultants. 4. Forwardins list of tive (5) Consultants to Concessionaire to se!ect three (3) Consultants for consideration. 5. Eva!uaticn of Financial Proposal of the 3 selected Consultants by the Ccncessionai~.e. 6. Negotiation and selection oflndependent Consultant. SELECTION COMMITTEE A selection committee shall do the selection; NH.41 shall nominate the members of this comiiiiitee. 1. Sliort listing of col~sulta~~ts by NHAI NHAi will provide the list of enipanelled consultants to the Concessionaire. The Concessionaire will prepare a short list of consultants and forward it to NHAI who will approve the short list as sent by the Concessionaire as modified with the mutual consent of the Concessionaire and NHAI. 2. Request for Proposal The Request for Proposal shall be sent by NHAI to the short listed firms. This shall include a Lol and the TOR besides information (Data Sheet) to the firms and the proposed form of contract. It shall contain the guidelines for the preparation and submission of technical and financial proposals by the firins.

197 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules -- The Lol shall state the intention of the NHAl to enter into a coiltract fol- Ilic provision of consulting services and the date, rime and address for s~~b~iiission of technical and financial proposals. 1-OR shall i~iclude the follo\ving details. I. Project background 2. Objec~ives 3. Scope of services 4. Interaction \\*it11 NHAl 5. Reporting requirement 6. Performance clause 7. Consultant's Proposal 8. Pzriod of Services 3. Evaluation of Tecli~~ical Proposal The technical proposals received from short listed firms shall be evaluated for selection of five lirms based on the follon.ing : Evaluation Criteria for Tecliliical 1'1.oposal I S.No. I Description I~sriisI 1 Specific experience of the firm related to the assignment 2 Adequacy of the propose.3 wcrk plan and metliodology in response to the TOR 3 I Qualifications and conipetenze of the key staff for the assignment I I Total 100 I" I Sub criteria for qualification of key staff General qualifications Adequacy for the project Total Page : N-2

198 Idational Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules 4. Evaluation of Financial Proposal Financial proposals of the three firms selected by the Concessionaire shall be opened and evaluated as 111ider : The financial score of the lowest bidder shall be 100 marks. The financial score for the remaining bidders shall be calculated in proportion to the lowest bidder by tlie rollo\ving formula : Financial Score of 'X' = ( 100 X Bid price of lowest bidder) / {Bid price of 'X') - I he weightage given to the technical proposal The weiglitage given to financial proposal Combined score of bidder 'X' = 0.20(Financial score of bidder 'X') {Technical score of bidder 'X) 5. Negotiation and Selection of independent Consultant The combined score of technical and financial proposals shall be calculated and the firm scoring lnaxi~nu~n marks shall be called for negotiations. After satisfactory agreement on all lnatters by both the parties, NHAI will appoint the said fir111 as Illdependent Consultant for the initial term of 48 montlis. In case of failurs of ne~otiations. the firm with second hizhest score shall be called for nego1iations:ln case o f failure of liegotiations with the said second firin, the firm with the least score shall be called for negotiations.

199 National Highways Authority of India --- Request for Proposal I'AlVf-Ill: Not~ Technical Scliedules INDEPENDENT CONSULTANT'S SERVICES LETTER OF INVITATION SCHEDULE 0 Re : (Ka111e oj'fl~e I'rojcct) in the State of (Name of the State) on HOT basis. Mis. : I INTRODUCTION 1.1 You are invited to submit a technical and financial proposal for consulting services required for the assignment named in the attached data sheet (referred to in sequential sub clause numbering herein under). Your proposal could for111 the basis Sor futi~re negotiations and ultimalel!; a contl-act between your firm and llie NHAI. 1.2 A brief description of the assignment and its objectives arc given in the data sheet. 1.3 The assignment shall be implemented in various stages such as Cesign, Construction supervision, Operation and Maintenance and Divestment, if any. 1.4 To obtain first hand information on the assignment and on the local conditions, you are encouraged to pay a visit to the NHAI beyore submitting a proposal and attend a pre proposal conference as specified in the data sheet. You cnust infol-m yourself of local conditions and take them inlo account in preparing your proposal. 1.5 Please note illat (i) the costs of preparing the proposal and negotiating for the contract, including a visit to site, are not reimbursable as a direct cost of assignment and (ii) NHAl is not bound to accept any of the proposals received by it. 1.6 An invitation to submit a proposal has been sent to the firms stated in the data -- - sheet. 1.7 We \\,isli to rsmind you that in order to avoid conflict of interest situations any firm associated nrirh the Concessionaire of the Project Highway aqd its Design and/or Super1 ision Consultant andlor the Contractor(s) as Design Co~lsultant - L- Page : 0-1

200 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-Ill: No11 Technical Schedules andlor Construction Supervision Consultant is not eligible to participate in the bidding. 2 DOCUMENTS 2.1 To enable you to prepare a proposal, please use the attached documents listed in tlie data sheer. 2.2 Firms requiring a clarification of the documents must notify tlie NHAI. in writing. not later than thirty days before the proposal submission date. Any request for clarification in writing, by cable or telex must be sent to the NHAI addl-ess indicated in tlie data sheet. NHAl will respond by cable or fax to such requests and copies of the response shall be sent to all the other invited firms. 2.3 At any time before tlie submission of the proposals, the NHAI, may for any reason, wlietlier at its own initiative or in response to a clarificatio~i sought by an invited firm, modify the documents by amendment. The amendment shall be notified in writing or by cable or fax to all the invited firms and shall be binding on them. NHAl may at its discretion extend the deadline for tlie submission of the pl.oposals. 3 PREPARATION OF PROPOSAL 3.1 You are requested to submit a technical and a financial proposal. Your proposal shall be written in the language specified in tlie data sheet. Technical Proposal 3.2 You are expected to examine all terms and conditions included in the documents. Failure to provide all requested infor~iiation will be at your own risk and may result in rejection ofyour proposal. 3.3 During preparation of the technical proposal you may give particular attention to the following : I. If you considei-i!iat-ysur firm does not have all the expertise for the assignment, you may form a joint venture with other firms but not the fir~iis invited for this assignment, subject to restrictions specified in tlie data sheet, to enable a full range ofexpertise to be presented. Page : 0-2

201 National Highways Authority of India Reqtbest for Proposal PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules Sub contracting part of tlie assignment is considered desirable: a sub consi~ltant may participate with more than one short listed films subject to the limitation mentimed in ths data sheer Tlie estiinated manmonths for the assignment is stated in the data sheet for your information. iv. The majorit! of tlie lie? professional staff proposcd must be permanent staff of tile firm. unless otherwise indicated in the data sheet. v. No alternative to key professional staff ma! be proposed and only one Curriculum Vitae (CV) inay be subrnined for each position and vi. A good \\.orking knon ledee of the language specified in tlie data sheet is essential for key professional staff on this assignment. Reports ~iiust be in the language (s) specified in the data sheet. X4 Your technical proposal must provide the follo\\ing information, usins but not limi:ed to the for~ilats attached in the Appendix I. I. A bl-ief description of rhe firm's organisation and an outline of recent experience on assignments of a similar nature. The information which yo11 shall provide on each assignment should indicate. inter alia. tlie profiles of the staff providcd, duration, contract amount and firm's in\,ol\,ement Any coiiiments or sugzestions on ths TOR and a description cf the methodolog! (lvork plm) on \vhich the firm proposes to executs the services. illustrated with bar charts of a;tivi:ies The composition of the proposed stafiteam. the tasks which shall be assigned to each and their timing; iv. CVs recently signed by tlie proposed ke? professional staff or an authnrised manager in the home office. Ke) information should include years nith the firm and dsgres of responsibility held in various assignments during the last ten years;

202 National Highways Authority of India Request fbr Proposal PAR-r-Ill: Non Technical Schedules v. Estimates of the total time effott (person x months) to be provided for the services, supported by bar cha~z diagrams showing the time proposed (person x months) for each professional staff and vi. Commenls, if any, on the services and facilities to be provided by the client acid indicated in the TOR. 3.5 The technical proposal [nust not include any financial information. Financial Pronosal 3.6 The financial proposal should list the costs associated with the assignment. These norcnally cover; remuneration for staff (in the field and at headquarters). acco~n~nodation (per diem or housing), transportation (for mobilisation and demobilisation) and equipment (vehicles, office equipment, furniturs and supplies), printing of documents, etc. Your financial proposal should be prepared using, but not lim~ted to, the iormats attached in Appendix The financial proposal must take into account the tax liability including service tax and cost of insurance specified in the data sheet. 4 SUBMISSION OF PROPOSAL 4.1 You must submit one original proposal and the number of copies indicated in the data sheet. Each copy of the Technical and Financial proposal shall be separately sealed and put in an outer envelope which shall bear the address and infannation indicated in the data sheet. The envelope must be clearly marked. "DO NOT OPEN, EXCEPT IN PRESENCE OF THE EVALUATION COMMITTEE" 4.2 This outer envelope shall include two separate envelopes, one clearly marked "Technical Proposal" and one clearly marked "Financial envelopes indicating original or copy as appropriate). Proposal" (both 4.3 In the event of any discrepancy between the copies of the proposals. the original shall govern. The original and each copy of the technical and financial proposal must be prepared and signed by the authorised representative of the b- Page : 0.4

203 National Highway? Authority of India Request for Proposal - PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules firm in indelible ink. The letter of authorisation must be confir~iied by a written power of attorney accompanying the proposals. 4.4 The proposals must contain no interlineatio~i or over Irriting except as necessary to correct errors made by the lir~n themselves. such corrections must be written fresh and initialled by tlie person or persclis signing the proposal. 4.5 Your completed technical and financial proposal must be delivered on or before tlie time and date stated in tlie data sheet. 4.6 Your proposal shall be valid for tlie number of days stated in the data sheet from the date of its submission prescribed in the dara sheet during which you niust maintain available tlie professional staff proposed within this period for the assignl-lent. NHAl will ~nake its best effort to complete negotiations at the locatio~i stated in tlie data sheel. 5 PROPOSAL EVALUATION 5.1 A two-stage procedure shall be adopted in evaluating the proposals : (i) a technical evaluation, which shall be carried out prior to opening any financial proposal ; (ii) a financial evaluation. Firtns shall be ranked using a co~nbi~ied technical and financial scores. as indicated belo\\,. Techuical Proposal 5.2 The Evaluation Cotnmittee appointed by the SH41 shall carry out its evaluation applying the evaluation criteria and pint system specified in tlie dara sheet. Each responsive proposal shail be attribured a technical score (St.) Financial Pronosal 5.3 The Evaluatio~i Com~nittee shall determine if the financial proposal is complete and without computational errors. The lotvest financial proposal (Fin) shall be given a financial score (SO of 100 points. The financial score o f the proposals shall be computed as folloi\,s : Sf = 100 s FdIF (F-amount of financial proposal). 5.4 Proposals shall finally be ranked according to Total Score (ST) which will be combined technical (St) and financial (Sf) scores usins the \\eights indicated in the data sheet. b-- Page : 0-5

204 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal I'AK1-Ill: No11 Technical Sctedulc> 5.5 Any effort by the firm to influence the XHAI in its evaluation of proposal or award of contl-act may result in the rejectio~i of the firm's proposal. 6 NEGOTIATIONS 6.1 Prior to the expiration period of validity of proposai. tlie NHAI sllall notify the successful fir111 who submitted tlie highest scorins proposal in writing b> registered letter. cable or facsimile and invite it to negotiate the contract. 6.2 Negotiations normally take two to five days. The aim is to reach agreement on all points, and initial a drali contract by the coliclusion of ~iegotiatio~is 6.3 Negotiations shall commence with a discussion of!our technical proposal. tlie proposed methodology (a~ork plan), stzffing and any suggestions you ma] lhave made to improve the TOR. Agreement lnust then be reached on the final TOR, the staffing and bar charts, which shall indicate activities, staff. periods in the field and in the home office, staff months. logistics and reporting. Special attention shall be paid to optilnise the required outputs from tile firm within the available budget and to define clearly the inputs required from the NHA! to ensure satisfactory i~nplelne~itation of the assignment. 6.4 Changes agreed upon shall then be reflected in the financial proposal, using PI-oposed unit rates (no negotiation of the unit rates. including the man months rates). 6.5 Having selected a tir~n, among other things, on the basis of an evaluaticn ot proposed key professional staff, the NHAl expects to negotiate, a contract on the basis of the staff named in the proposal and. prior to contract negotiations; will require assurance that this staff shall be actuall~available. NHAI shall not consider substitutions during contract negotiations escept in cases of unexpected delays in the starting date or incapacit! of key professional staff for reasons of health. 6.6 The negotiations shall be concluded \\ith a review of the draft form of Contract. NHAl and the firm will finalise tlls contract to conclude negotiations. If negotiations fail, the NHAl will invitc tlie firm having obtained the second highest score to contract negotiations. In case of failure of

205 National Highways Authorir!, ol'lndia Request for Proposal - I'ART-Ill: Not1 Technical Schedules ~~egotiatio~is \\ i:li tlie sccond Iiighest scoring firm. he fir111 with the least score shall bc called i ~ nexotiationa. r 7 A\IrAIZD 01' CONTRACT 7.1 Tlie iotitl-act sl?311 be awarded after successf~il negotiations \vith the successful firm. ilpo~i si~:cessfi~i co~npletion, NHAl shall promptly inform the otliel- tir~iis that thei~ proposals have not been retained. 7.2 Tlie succscsfii! firm with \r'liom tlie contract is signed is expected to coniliience tlie assignment 011 tlie date and at the location specified in the data sl~eet. 8 CONFIKhl4TION OP RECEIPT 8.1 \\'e shall appreciate :our informing us by teiexlfacsimile :. M'hetl~er or not you will submit a proposal a Receipt of the Lol and [Name] * [Dssignation]' [Department]" DATA SHEET Page : 0-7

206 National Highways Authority of India Request for Pmposal PART-111: Non Technical Schedules DATA SHEET (As Mentioned in Lol) Sub clause No. in Lo1 1.1 The name of the Assignment is : Design review and Construction Supemsion of (Name of the Project) on BOT basis. 1.2 The description and the objectives of the Assignment are : The Government of India (Gol) in the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has decided to undertake (Name of the Project) on BOT basis including its operation and maintenance. NHAI after due consultation with the Concessionaire intends to appoint an Independent Consultant (IC) to oversee the activities of the Concessionaire during Design, Construction, Operation and Maintenance of the Project Highway. The objectives ofthe consultancy service are to : i) Act principally on behalf of NHAI and lenders to review all activities associated with Design, Construction and O&M to ensure compliance of requirements of Concession Agreement with the Concessionare in order to have a sound project. iij Report on the financial and technical aspects of the project, after visiting the site at least once a month. iii)assist the parties to the Concession Agreement in arriving at an amicable settlement in case of a dispute 1.4 Pre-Proposal Conference shall be held at hrs on 2005 at 1.6 The invited firms are : * ii) iii) 2.1 The Documents are : (TOR, Conect, Appendices etc.) i) TOR ii) Form of Contract Agreement alongwith Appendices iii) Appendix I - Formats for Technical Proposal iv) Appendix I1 - Formats for Financial Proposal Page : 0-8

207 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal FART-111: Non Technical Schedules 2.2 The address is : 3.1 The Language of documents and correspondence will be Engiish 3.3 (i)limitations to joint ventures or sub-contracts are: Joint Venture between firms on the short list is not permitted. (iii) It is estimated that about 105 man months of services of key personnel and 222 man months for supporting staff will be required. However, you should feel free to submit your proposal on the basis of the man-months which you consider to be necessary to undertake the assignment. (iv) (vi) Majority of proposed key staff should be permanent employees of the firm: All the personnel shall have working knowledge of English and all the reports shall be written in English. 3.7 Tax Liability, insurance : As per clause and of Special Conditions of Contract. 4.1 The number of copies of the proposals required : 4 Nos. The address and information are: 4.5 The date and time of proposal submission are: * 4.6 Validity period : 90 days Negotiations shall be held at New Delhi 5.2 The points assigned to evaluation criteria are: POINTS (i) Relevant experience for the assignment 15 Page : 0-9

208 Natibnai Highways Authority oilndia Request for Proposal I'ART-Ill: Non Technical Scheduics (ii) The quality of methodology and work plan 15 proposed (iii) The qualifications of the key staff proposed 70 TOTAL : 100 Tlie points assigned to the evaluation sub-critel-ia for qualifications and coliipetence of key staff are: POINTS General Qualifications 30 Adequacy for the Project 70 TOTAL : 100 The technical proposal should score at least 75 points out of 100 to be considered responsive for financial evaluation. 5.4 Tlie weight (Wt%) given to the Technical Proposal is 80 percent The weight (Wt%) given to the Financial Proposal is 20 percent 7.2 Commencement of Assignment : The firm shall begin carrying out the services Sincerely. within one month of the date of effectiveness of the contract at locations as required for the Project Highway stated in TOR Attachments : i) TOR ii) Form of Contract Agreement along\vitii Appendices iii) Appendix I - Formats for Technical Proposal iv) Appendix I1 - Formats for Financial Proposal Page : 0-10

209 Na~ionnl Hi~Ii~ays AuLIio~.iIy of l~idia Request for Proposal PAl<'l'-Ill: h'on Technical Schedules INDEPENDENT CONSULTANTS' SIZRVICES TERMS OF REFERENCE PROJECT BACKGROUND The Government of India, National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) lias taken up (Na~ne of tlie Pl.oject) in (Name of the Stale). India and its Operation and Maintenance 011 BOT basis. 2. OBJECTIVES The objectives of consultancy service are to : i) Act independently and on belialf of the NHAI to review all activities ii) iii) associated \\,it11 Design. Construction and O&M to ensure compliance of require~iients of Concession Agreement in order to have a sound projecl. Kepor~ to Nli41 on the financial 2nd tkclinica: aspects of the project, a:ic~ visiti~ig the site at least once a month. Assist the palties to the Concession Agreement in arriving at an amicable settlement of dispure. iv) Act, if required on beha!f of the lenders and fulfil various reporting requiretnents of the lenders. 3.0 SCOPE OF SER\'ICES Tlie Project Highwa) pro\.ides for (Same of (he Project) in (Name of tl~e State), India and its Operaticm atid Maintennnce on BOT basis. The work also includes the widening of existins bridges arid culverts and co~istruction of new bridges and culverts for new cari-iage\vay, including bypass. Tlie Project Highway sliall include but not be limited to the follo\vilig: Road works Fee Collection system including buildings and related structures, hardware and software Communicatio~l systems Administration and Maintenance Depots. Fuel and Service facilities. Rest areas Lighting system. Interchanges. n, Page : 0-1 I

210 National Higlir\,ays Authority of India Request far Proposal P.ART-II: Non Teclinical Schedules * Bridges e Service Roads ILay byes. Bus bays Traffic safety, landscaping, arboriculture and xher Project faciiities. The Concess~on Agreement envisages the appointn;snt of an Isdependent Consultant (IC) by tlie NHAI. The IC shall be, in principle, responsible ior revie\<' of Designs, Drawings, Construction: Progress Monitoring, affirltiation of ali certifications done by the Concessionail-e, etc. The IC shall not be involved in day-to-day ilnplementation of the project. The responsibility of the IC in respect of Design, Consrructian and Operation and Maintenance shall be as follows but not be limited to : Independent Consultant shall review the oierall project design as \\ell as design of various components of the project to ensure that designs submitted by the Concessionaire conform to the provisions of the Concession Agreement. His duties shall include but not be limited ro the follo\vil~g: i) Review the adequacy of the geotechnical and sub-soil investigations for road. bridge and other structures and building works, liydrolo~ical investigation and the topo~rapliical survey. ii) iii) iv) Review the Design and working drawings prepared for tlxs consrruction of various components of the highway, bridges 1 srructurss, analysis of rates: esti~iiates, reports and other deliverables. Revie\\ the i~iipact of widening proposal on the archaeological structures, if any. Review tlie project report prepared by the Concessionaire. \virh respect to the traffic, toll management, traffic management, stc. v) Review the implesnentation schedule of Engineering. Desisn, Procurement and Construction of the project submitted by the Conceisionaire. vi) Review the Planning and Design of way-side amenities, toll plazas. toll collection system. comlnunication facilities, emergent! relief arrangements, traffic operation and safety arrangements.

211 National liighn,ays Aurhorily of' India Request for Proposal 1'AR.I -111: Nun Technical Schedules vii) viii) ix) I<evie\r. all pl-oject contracts including Detailed Engineering and Design Consultancy Co11t1-act. Construction Supervision Consullancy Contract. any ollier EI'C Contract, 0 & M Colitract and Toliing Contract, ~nade by the Concessionaire. Ilevieiv the en\~ironmcntal management plao (br the Project Highway during Constricction and Operation and Maintenance phases. Revie\\' quality assul-ance and quality control provisions during the design. cotisti-itctio~~ and maintenance stages. x) Audit the safety of the Project Highway both during Construction and Opel-atiou atid Maintenance stages. xi) xii) Assist in resolving disputes between NHAI and Concessionaire. Provide Manaxement Information Systen~ to NHAI. 3.2 Construction Phase Responsibilities The duties of the IC are to supervise the works on sample basis and to approve the niaterials and worktnanship of the tvorks. As stated in the Concession Agreement; he/she shall have no authority to relieve the Concessionaire of any of its duties or to impose additional obligations. The IC shall administer the works contracts and ensure that the contractual clauses, diether related to quality or quantities of works, are respected Review and approve works programme Revie\\. the inaterial testing results and Mix Designs and to ord& special tests of matel-ials and/oi. colnpleted works, andlor ortler removal and substitution 01' substandard ~naterials andlor works as required Revie\\' qilality assurance and quality control during Construction period Ensure that the Construction work is acco~nplisl~ed in accordance with the technical specifications identify Construction delays and recommend to the NHAI the remedial measures to expedite the progress Review and certify the 'As Built' drawings for each component of the \\arks prepared by the Concessionaire Revie\\ the safety ineasures provided for the traffic and Project workers. Page : 0-13

212 National Hizhuays Aulhoriiy of India Request for Proposal PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules 3 2 Dcter~iiine an: extension of the PI-oject Completion Schedule and the Concession period, to \vliich the Concessionaire is entitled and shall notif)> the NHAI accol-dingly To assist in rssolving disputes between NHAI and Concessionaire during Construction sage Assist the NH-II in arriving at any cost variation and its impact on Concession.Agree~nent Evolve MIS and provide it to the NHAI lssue Provisio~al Certificate duly appended with a list of outstanding itellis (Punch List) signed jointly by the IC and the Concessionaire. if the situation so dcmands lssue Completion Certificate after checking the results of prescribed tests 3.3 Operation and Maintenance Phase Responsibilities During operation and maintenance phase the Independent Consultant shall inspect, review and report to ensure that O&hl is carried out in accordance with the provision of the Concession Agr-ement. His duties shall include, but not limited to: Review \vork plan and schedules of various operation and maintenance activities Revie\r, 0pera:ion and Maintenance manual prepared by the Concessionaire Review the ptrforrnancs of Operation and Maintenance (O&M) activities includiiig equi~ment. service. traffic operation and safety, toll plazas and fees collecrion system, landscaping. environmental issues and way side amenities To mediate ani assist in resolving disputes between NHAI and Concessionaire during O&M stage Initiate necessary action to undertake maintenance obligations of the Concessionaire at the risk and cost of the Concessionaire in the event of his failure to carr? out O&M Undertake audit of the traffic using the Project Highway at least once a month Review and injpect fhe Project Highway at leasr once a month during the OgiM period and issue an Inspection Report of such inspections Review the aczident record on the Project Highway and suggest remedial measures.

213 National Highways Authority of'lndia Request for Proposal - PAI(T-Ill: No11 Technical Schedules 3.4 Tra~~sfer/Tel-rninatioil Satisfy himself that all the divestment requirement have been me[ by the Concessionaire Issue Transfer Certificate to the Concessionaire 3.5 All other activities as 1;er provisions of the Concessionaire Agree~nent 4. INTERACTION WITH NHAI The Independent Consultants sliall interact with the NHAI on a regular basis. NHAI sliall gecel-ally!hold meetings every month to rsvieu the progress etc. during the plinse of Design and Construction, and every second month during the Operation and Main~enalice stase. \i1iliiin 30 days of the receipt of [he DI.;I\\ ings: the lndepends!lf Consultant shall ~.evie\v the same and convey its tomments/observatio~ls to th? Concessionaire ~vitli particular reference to the conformity or otlier!vise with the specifications and standards set forth in the Agreement. 5. REPORTING REQUIREhlENT The lndepeildenr Consultants shall prepare and submit to the SHAl three copies acd to the Concessionaire two copies each ofthe following reports. (a) Desigii Phase a Monthly Progress Report (b) Constl-uction. Phase Monthly and Quaterly Inspection Report covering all aspects such as Progress Monitoring, Quality Assurance (QA) Quality Control (QC) etc. (c). Operation and Maintenance Phase Monthl!~ and Quarterly report on e~istin: condition of the Facility including advice on all aspects of Operation And Maintenance, Toll Booths. Bridges or other Structures. Traffic hlanagement & Safety. Telephone..L\mbulance, etc. Page : 0.15

214 National Highways Authorilv of India Request for Proposal PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules a Monthly report on audit of the traffic using the Project Highway at least once a month. (d) Various other reports as provided in the Concession Agreement such as Completion Report. 6. PERFORMANCE CLAUSE Independent Co~isultants shall be expected to fully comply with all the provisions of rhe 'Terms of Reference', and shall be fully responsible for supervising that tlie Designs, Construction and maintenance and operation of the facility takes place in accordance with the provisions of the Concession Agreement and other schedules. Any failure of the Independent Consultant in notifying lo NHAI and the Concessio~iaire on non-compliance ol the PI-ovisions of the Concession Agreement and other schedules by tlie Concessionaire, non-adherence to!he provision of TOR and non-adherence to the time schedule prescribed under TOR shall amount to non- performance. 7. CONSULTANT'S PROPOSAL 7.1 List of key personnel to be fielded by the Consultant shall be as belo~ i) Team Leader-cum-Senior Highway Engineer.. 11) Senior Bridge/Structural Engineer iii) Traffic & Transportation Expert iv) Senior Pave~nent Specialist v) Senior QualityIMaterial Expert vi) Financial Expert vii) Legal Expert 7.2 Broad job-description and minimum qualification for key personnel mentioned above is enclosed as Appendix A. However, higher marks shall be accorded to the Candidate with higher relevant qualification and experience. It is estimated that about 105 man-months of services of key personnel are required as detailed in Appendix B. However, the Consultant should feel free to submit tits proposal on tlie basis of tlie man-months which it considers to be necessary to undertake the assignmenr. All the key personnel mentioned in para 7.1 above shall be evaluated Page : 0-16

215 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-111: Non Technical Schedules at the time of evaluation oftechnical proposal. Consultants are advised in their own interest to kame the technical proposal in an objective manner as far as possible so that these could be properly assessed in respect of poincs to be given as part of evaluation criteria. The bio-data of the key personnel should be signed on every sheet by the penomel concerned and the last sheet of each bio-data should also be signed by the authorised signatory for the Consultant. The key personnel shall also at the end of their bio-data proforma that they have not accepted any other offer at the time of signing of the bio-data and as such shall be available to work with the lndependent Consultant, if the project is awarded. 8. PERIOD OF SERVICES 8.1 The services of an Independent Consultant will be in phases as per Article XXlI of the Concession Agreement. 8 2 The appointment of the Independent Consultant shall initially be for a period of 48 months. Estimated Design and Construction schedule for completion of the project for commercial operation is 36 months. The proposed manpower deployment for this period shall be matching the activities to be performed during the said period. The time fiame for services during Operation and Maintenance shall be for about 12 months from the date of commissioning of the facility. Paga : 0-17

216 National Highwa),s Authorit!, of India Request for Proposal I'ART-Ill: No11 Technical Scliedules Appenrlix A IMINIMUM QUALIFICATXON OF KEY PERSONNEL TEAM LEADER CUM SENIOR HIGHWAY ENGINEER This is the senior most position. the nominated expert as the team leader shall be respo~~sible for reviewing the entire project preparation and i~nplelnentation activities of the Concessionaire. He shall check all the Designs prepared by the Concessionaire. ensure execution of works on site as per specification and standards. and continuously interact with the NHAl and the Concessionaire. He shall undertake project site visits and shall guide. supervise, coordinate and monitor the work of other experts in his tea111 as well as those of the Concessionaire. The candidate should have a proven record of supervising, organising and managing of project preparation and construction oi highway projects of large magnitudes, as defined below, financed by international lending agencies and others. Knowledge o f project management shall be an added advantage. This position requires a Senior Highway Engineer who shall be a graduate in Civil Engineering with higher qualifications and specialisation in highway engineering. He should have a minimum 20 years of experience of highway engineering including I0 years of experience in developing countries. He should have handled as Team Leader or similar capacity in at least one Project Preparation and Construction supervision work of major highway project of four laningisix-laninglexpressway costing more tlian Rs ~iiillion (1997 cost) or ofat least 50 km length. Alternatively, lie should have handled as Deputy Team Leader or in similar capacity Project Preparation and Construction supervision of at least two projects of four laninglsix laningl expressway costing more tlian Rs. 900 ~iiillion (1997 cost) each or of at least 30 km length. SENIOR BRIDGE lstructur1l ENGIKEER The Senior Bridge Engineer shall be responsible for checking the designs of bridges, ROBS, i~iterclianges and any other structure to be constructed as part of the Project Highway. He shall also inspect the construction of structures and monitor bridge rehabilitation and repair works to be undertaken by the Concessionaire.

217 National Highway, Autho~.il). of India Request for Proposal - 1'?.1<T-111: l\'oc Technical Sclicdclcs The position requires a graduate in Civil Engineel-in:. I a >lasters degree or equivalent in Strr~ctural/Hridge Etigilieering \vitli mini!iirili; 15!.ears ssperience out or \vhicli at least I0 years 011 Design and Construction of bridges intershangesiany otlier structures including rcliabilitation, He sliould liave handled in tlie last 5 years oi~e detailed engineering \\'ark for rehabilitation andlor upgradins of inajor highway or expressway. Tlie candidate should have a thoro~~gh undersra~iding ar:d experience \\ill? international 'best practices'. and of modern bridge colistr~ction technology. He should have designed independently, at least two major bridses (150 ni or Inore ill length). TRAFFIC AND TRANSPORTATION EXPERT Shall review and check the crarfic analysis, projection, and assig~ilntnt elel-cises to he csrried out hy the Concessionail-e. He shall also revie\\ tlie type and locations of traftic control (e.g. signal) and safety measures, desisli of intersxtions at'd interchanges, toll plaza layout, toll collectioli method arid us? facilities and scheme for rraffic maiiagelnen~ during construction period. He shall aiso study and comment on safety audit report prepared by the Concessionaire. The positioti requires a graduate in Civil Engineering with higher qua!ification in traflic engineel-ing. Tlie minimum period of professio~ial sxpei-icnc? is I5 yexs including at lcast 5 years oti projects of similar nature. of \vlii;h involve worlcs OF four laning /six-laning /expressway or silnilar proj::t. sl~ould have enough kno\vledge on road safety aspecls. ar least one sll~uld The candidare SENIOR PA.VER1ENT SPEC1;ILIST Tlie expert shall be continuously interacting with tlie Concessionairz, to ensure life cycle cost effectiveness and viable design of pave~nent including appropriate rehabilitation / strengthening of the existing two lane payenlent which is significantly distressed. He shall also be responsible for ensuring complete adherence to maintenance standards during Construction and Operation period. Thus, the position requires a pavement specialist with thorough knowledge atid ilnderstanding ~f international 'best practices' in the field of Design, Construction and maintenance of flexiblelrigid type of pavements including latest coda1 stipulations and spe~ifications. Tlie candidate should be a graduate in Civil Engineering \\it11 higher qualification and specialisation in Pavelce~it Design. He should liave a tniniiilum of 15 years of,il- Page : 0-19

218 National Highways Authorit!, of India Request liar P~.oposal PART-Ill: I\'o~l Tecllnical Sclledules professional expel-ience of pavement Design, Co!:structioli and its maintenance. The miniinurn experience of I5 years should include assignments of at least 3 years in developed countries or at least 3 years on major liigli\vap projects funded by international funding agencies in developing counrries in Senior Expert capacity. SENIOR QUALITYIMATERIAL EXPERT The QualityIMaterial Expert shall review the tesr results of quarry and borrow area liiaterial to find out tlieir strength cliaracteristicr and suitability for using them in pavelnent construction. He shall inspect the Concessionaire's field laboratories to ensure that they are adequately equipped and capable of performing all the specified testing requirements of tlie contract. I-le shall look into the quality assurance aspect of tlie construction works and supervise the setting-up of the \.arious Concessionaire's rock crushers and bititminous misin$, plants to ensure that the specified requirements for such equipments are fully met. The position requires a graduate in Civil Engineering \pith a minimum of 15 years of professional engineering experience ilicluding 6 >ears in quality assurance programs in highway projects ~isi~lg modern technology. FINANCIAL EXPERT Over 8 to I0 years as a Financial Advisor particularly in the field of project financing. Advisory experience in the field of transportation project \vould be desirable. LEGAL EXPERT Lawyer with over 8 years experience in contracts 2nd financial documentation related to project financing. Advisory experience in transparration wor~ld be desirable. Page : 0-20

219 Yational H~$l~!va!s Autlio~.ity of lndia Request for Propod I'AIIT-Ill: No11 Technical Schedule; 3lAh'A'lONTfI INPUT FOR KEY PERSONNELAND SUPPORTING STAFF Si. :io. r- Team Leader cu~n Senior lii~h\\ay Engineer Senior Bridxe Engineer Traffic 9r Transportation Expert Seniol- Pavement Specialist Senior Quaii~);/h4aterial Expel-[ Suggested Mnomonths Constructio~~ stage I f O&.M Stage Total I 2 2 I TOTAL I

220 ~ ~. Natiollal High\vays Authorit: of India Request for Propnsal PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules SCHEDULE 0 APPENDIX I : FORMATS FOR TECHNICAL PROPOSAL (us i~reittioired of para 2.1 of fhe dufa she()., -. ~~.-,.. <... *, Appendix 1-1 Appendix 1-2 Appendix 1-3 Appentlix L-4 Appendix 1-5 Appendix 1-6 Appendix 1-7 Fir~ii's references Film's comments and suggestions on tlie Ternis of Reference and on data, services, and facilities to be provided by the NHAI. Approach paper o!1 methodology and work plan for performing the ar-signnienr. Co~nposiiion of [he team and task(s) of each team member Curricutunl vitae of proposed professional staff. Time schedule for deployment of professional personnel Activity (narks) schedule. Page : 0-22

221 National Iiighways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules APPENDIX 1-1 : FIRM'S REFERENCES - -,.- Relevant ServicesCarried Out io the Last Five Years Tliat Best Illuslrate Qualifications ljsing the (01-mat below, provide information on each reference assignment for which your firmlentity. either individually as a corporate entity or as one of the major co~iipa~iies \vitliiti an association, \\,as legally co~itracted. I Assignment Na~iie : I Country : Location \vitliin Country : I Professional Staff provided b~. \'our Firlii: I Na~iie of Client : No. of Staff: I i I~tartte 1 Cornoletion I 1 No. of Staff-Months : I (MonthIYear) Date (MonthIYear) Approx. value of services (in Current INR) Na~iies of Associated Consultants, if any: Names of Senior Staff involved : I No. of Months of Professional Staff. provided by Associated Consulrants : ' Narrative description of Project : -1 1 Description ofactual services Provided by your Staff: Firm's Name : Page : 0-23

222 National Iiighways Aulhority of India Request Tor Proposal [PAR-I'-Ill: Non ~echnical Schedules APPENDIX 1-1 : COMhlENTS AND SUGGESTIONS OF COKSULTANTS ON THE TERMS OF REFERENCE AND ON SER\'ICES AND FACILITIES TO BE PROVIDED BY THE NIJAI..... : "~~..- On the Ternis of Reference :... On the services and facilities to be provided by the NHAl I

223 ~= National Iiighways Authol-il? of 11ldia Request tbr Proposal I'ART-Ill: Non Technical Sched* APPENDIX 1-3 : APPRO.4CH PAPER ON METHODOLOGY AND ASSIGh'hIENT..~.-...:-...~..,.. ~. ~ MIORI< PLAh' FOR PERFORMING THE.,..,.,",..,...,.,.. Page : 0-25

224 National Highways Authority of India Raquesl for Proposal PART-Ill: Yon Technical Sched* APPENDIX 1-4 : COMPOSITION OF THE TEAM PERSONNEL, AND TASK(S) OF EACH TEAM MEhlBER I. Tecl~nicalIManagerial Staff 2. Support Staff' Page : 0-26

225 National I-ligh\va~s Authnril? of India Request Ibr Proposal ['ART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules APPENIIIX 1-5 : FORMAT OF CURRICULUhl VITAE (CV) FOR I'ROPOSED PROFESSIONAL STAFF.. Proposed Pos~t~on : Name of I7irm Name of Staff.. Protesslo~i :... Date of Bi~~li :... Years!\ it11 Fir-m/Entit! :... Nationality :... R4e1iibersliip of l'l-ofesiional Societies Detailed 7'abks Assigned Key Qualificatioiis : [Give an outline of tlie siaff ~member's experience and tra~ni~ig most pertinent to t:isks on assignnienc. Dssci-ibc. degree of responsibility held by tlie staff membrrr on releiant previous assignments and give dates and locations. Use about half a page.] [Summal-isc colle~eiuniversity and other specialised education of the sraff inenii~er, giving their iialnes. dates attended, and degrees obtailied. Use about one qualter?fa page.]

226 National Highways Authority of India Request Ibl. Proposal PART-II:: Non Technical Schedules Ealployment Record : [Starting \vilh preselii position, list in reverse order every elnploylnent held. List all p~sitions lield by [lie staff member since graduation, giving dates, name of employing organisations, titles of positions held, and locations of assignments. For experience in last tell years. also give types of activities performed and client references, where appl-opria~e. Use about three-quarters of a page.] Languages : [For English language indicate proficiency : excellent, good, fair, or poor: in speaking, reading, and writing] Certification I. I have not accepted any other offer at the time of signing this CV and as such I shall be available to work with (Name of the firm). 2. 1, the undersigned. certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief, these data correctly describe my qualifications and experience. Date :... [Slg~~cfzrre of sfaf r~rer~~ber cir~d alr~horised represenlalive of rhe Fir~n] Dcij~/A401itIi/Yec11'. Note 1 Instruction: - 1. The CVs should be signed on every sheet by the concerned key personnel. 2. Last sheet of CV should also be signed by the authorized signatory for the Firm 3. A11 the Original Signatures shall be in Blue Ink. A- Page : 0-28

227 ~ Non National Highways Authority of India I I- r., Request for Proposal PART-Ill: Tccl11:ical Schedules -- AI'I'1CNI)IX 1-6 : TlMF, SCIII?I)III.F FOR I'ROFESSIONAI, PERSONNICI, A. Activity Scl~rdnlc SI. No Name Po~ition Monthwise Program (in form of Bar Chart) 11': 2"", etc. nre rrrottt/rc fionr t/re stnrt r,j nssig,rnterrt/ 1" 21+'1-3ril 411~ 5tl~ 6tl~ ~ t I 1,, ~ 1 ~,,IIB 12"' and subsequent months -- Numlwr of Months Subtotal I(1) Subtotal (2) Subtotal (3) Subtotal (4) -

228 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-Ill: Non Techtiical Schedules -- APPENDIX 1-7 : ACTIVITY (WORKS) SCIIEDULE A. Activity Schedule. % Monthwise Plograni (in form of Bar Chart) -7 3 B. Completion and Submission of Reports.- ~.NO Reports : 1 Monthly reports (Design and Construction) 2 Quarterly Reports - Programme : (Date) Various othcrs rcports as provided in the Concessio~l Agreelncnt such as Completion Report -- Page : 0-30

229 Nztional Hiehwa>s Authority of India - I'ART-111: Request for Proposal Non Tecl~nical Schedules SCHEDULE 0 AI'PENDiX i1 : FORMATS FOR FINANCIAL I'ROPOSAL Appendix 11-1 Financial proposal sub~nission for111 Apper~dia 11-2 Summary of costs Apper~dir 11-3 Breakdown of costs

230 National Higl~\r,avs Authority of India Request for Proposzl PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules APPENDIX 11-1 : FINANCIAL PROPOSAL SUBMISSION FORhl - - < v.-. - FROM : (Name of Firm) India Subject : TO : National Highways Authority of New Delhi (India) We. the undersigned, offer to provide the consulting services for the above in accordance ~~itll your Request for Proposal dated [date], and our proposal (technical and financial proposals). Our attached financial proposal is for the sum of [amount in words and figures]. This amount is exclusive ofthe local taxes which we have estimated at (amount in \\-ords and figu:.es). Our financial j~roposal shall be binding upon us subject to the modifications resulling fro111 contract negotiations, up to the expiration of the validity period of the proposal, i.e., [datz]. We undertake that, in competing for (and, if the award is made to us, in executing) the above contract, we will strictly observe the laws against fraud and corruption in force in India namely "Prevention of Corruption Act 1988". Comnlission and gratuities, if any, paid or to be paid by us to agents relating to this proposal and contract execution, if we are awarded the contract. are listed below : Name and Address of Amount and Purpose of Commission Agents ' Currency Gratuity We understand you are not bound to accept any proposal you receive. We remain, Yours sincerely. Authorised Signature : Name and title of Signatory : A Page : 0-32

231 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-Ill: Non Tecllnical Scliedules -- APPENDIX 11-2 : SUMhlAKl OF COSTS Description Taxes and Duties Re~~iuneration for Professioiial Staff Remuneration of Supporting Staff Transportation Duty Tra\.el to Site Office Rent Office Supplies. Utilities and Conimu~~ication Offict Fur~iiturs and Equipment Reports and Document Printing Subtotal : Total Cost Net of TOTAL COST (Including Tas) I i i!!! -- SL-. Page : 0-33

232 National Higliways Authority or India Request for Proposal, - PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules REMUNERATION FOR STAFF Page : 0-34

233 Natiorial Highways Aulhority of India Request fol- Proposal - ['ART-111: Nan Technical Sclledules -- SM = Stafl~Mon~h TBN = To be Named Page : 0-35

234 National Highways Authority of lnbia Request for Proposal PART-Ill: Non Technical Scliedules 11. Support Staff I11 Transportation (Reimbursable) 1. The vehicles provided by the Firm shall include the cost for rental drivers, operation, maintenance, repairs, insurance, etc Purchases Operation. maintenance, repairs Total IV Duty Travel to Site (Reimbursable) Professional Staff -- X trips x - Transport - x Total

235 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal P4RT-Ill- Scn Tecl~nical -- Scliedules V Office Rent (Reimbursable) The rent cost includes maintenance, cleaning, repairs, etc. months x 200 sqm. x Total V1 Office Supplies, Utilities and Com~nunicatiol~ (Reirnhursable) No. 1. Item Office Supplies Rfontlis i \Ionthly Ratc 1 Anrount in j, Drafting Supplies Cornputer Running Costs, Communication! Total Page : 0-37

236 National Highways Authority of India Request for P~.oposal PART-Ill Non Technical Srliedules Vil. Office Furniture and Equipn~ent (Reimbursable) L Page : 0-38

237 National Higllways Authol.ily of India Request for Proposal PART-Ill: Nan Technical Schedules -- I Reports and Document Printing No. Description" 1 No. of No. of Copies Rate per Ainount I Monthl). reports \'olurnes per Volume Copy ( ) (Design and Construction) 2 Quarterly Reports 3 Various other reports as provided in the Concession Ayreement such as Coiilpletion Repol-t Total 4 I I L Page : 0-39

238 National Highways Authorily ol'lndia - Request fol. Proposal I'AIIT-Ill: No81-1-cchnical Schedules SCHEDULE P TRAFFIC SAMPLING NHAl through lndependent Consultant shall have the right to undertake traffic sampling fol- the purpose of determination and/ or verification of the actual tracfic on the Projeci High\\-ay. This shall be done through Automatic Traffic Count -cum-classifier. For the purpose of traffic sampling, the Concessionaire shall procure a pol-table type Automatic Traffic Count-cum-Classifier and provide it to the Independent Consultanl. The Traffic Count -cum-classifier shall be light weight and portable with weather resistant casing. The system shall be capable of detecting and recording all types of vehicles plying 011 the Project Highway and of classifying any other vehicle category as per user fieeds. The \,eiiicle classification shall be user selectable based on length oivehicle and number of axles. It would have the following main components :- Sensor - combination of piezo electric sensor and inductive loops. The sensor shall be portable as well as permanent so that either ofthese could be used as per the needs. Electrollif - the logic unit shall be micro processor based and prograllimable through a key board. 11 shall have legible electronic display with requisite number of entry ports and exit to communication system. The vehicle counting/classification interval shall be programmable from one minute to 1440 min. (24 hours). The systeln shall count and classify vehicle by each lane. Data Collection - The system shall be capable of recording for later analysis on an individual vehicle basis, the time, date, speed, direction, lane, number of axles, axles spacing and site identification. The system should be able to record and store vehicle data for a period of at least two weeks. Data Retrieval -The systeln shall have the capability of data retrieval through removable floppy diskette, data catridge, direct data transfer through a serial link to a portable computer and tele~netory transmission via telephone link by modem.

239 National I4igh\r,ays Auihoril: of India Request lor Propsal -- PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules Soft~\.arc - T!rc syrni illall have sofijvare and manuals to analyse the data froln outpltt of veliicle count. c1assifi:atioti speed arid head-way. It should have capability of grapl~ichabula representalion of analysis data. Before tlrr use of p~o~.tabie autonlatic traffic counter- cum-classifier, it sllall be validated and calibrated tlirougli sample counts to establish the I-eliability and acceptability of the Au:omatic Traffic Cottnrsr-cutii-Classifier both by the Concessionaire and the Independent Consultanr. Tlie sampling sliall bc done at intervals of 15 days by co~itinuous 24 hrs counting for three days. If no abnormal tl-ends are observed in three days counting at the frequency of 15 days, the frequent! wc!lld be increased to I month after a period of one year. Tlie sensor/loops shall be pertnznently installed to capture the traffic on all the approachinz lanes. in accordanci. \\ith the instructions of the supplier. Tliey shall be loca~ed about 5 ktns a\\%): from thc toll phza tt-ansitions taking care that no diversion of traffic is possible in between. The portable logic unit shall be plugged to these sensol-s whenever countins is to be done. Pot-table sensor can be utilised for traffic counting at any other location as per the need. Apart fro111 tlies? pe:-iodi2al counts. the Independent Co~isultant shall have the rig111 for trattic counting at a request from the NHAI. The traffic count as obtained from the samples shall be taken as act1.1al traffic on the Project Highway at the locations of rhe counting.

240 National Highways Aulllority of India Request for Proposal IJ.-ZRT-Ill: No11 Technical Schedules SCHEDULE Q DRAFT ESCROW ACCOUNT AGREEMENT Among... (THE COMPANY 1 CONCESSlOK.4IRE) Alld... As Lenders Representative And As Escrow Agent And NH A1 (Subject to the terms of the Facility behveen the Concessionaire and Senior Lenders. However, NHAI position in the cash flows shall not be changed)

241 Nalional tli~liways Authorii? of India Request for Proposal ['ART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules THIS AGREEMENT!the "Agreement") is tnade at... on the... day of b! and alnong: j... a company incorporated in India under the Companies Act. / and!ha\,iiig its rsgistcred office a,...,..., lt~dia (die /..Company"); i - i L and... a hank constituted under..... and Iha\.lng its registered office at... as Srtiior Lenders' Reptesentative (the "Lenders Representative"): and... a bank constituted, under..... and ha\ ~ng tts registered office at... ([he "Escro\\, Agenr"). Xntional ~i~llrra!.s Autl~ori~- of India (NHAI), a statutory body constituted under the ;'ro\,isions of rhs Siiliorlal Highwa;.s.4urhority of lndia Act, 1988, and Raving its principa! office at G-5&6. Sector 10, Dlvarka, Ne\\ Delhi , as Employer and Sub-ordinate Lender (the "NH41").

242 National Highways Authority of India Request for Propasal - I'AIIT-Ill: Non Technical Schedules --- WHEREAS: * The Co~npany is undertaking a project for "(Name of the Project) ill the state of (A'amc of Slate), India on BOT basis (the "Project")" The Company!ias entered into a Concession Agreement dated as of with NHAI (the "Concession Agreement") wherein NHAI has granted Concession to the Company for the work referred to above, on BOT basis. The Company has entered into Financing Documents with Senior Lenders wherein Senior Lenders (tlie "Lenders") have agreed to lend and advance lo tlie Company Ruper amounts aggregating... Lacs and foreign currency a~iiounts aggregating US Dollars... for the Project, in terms thereof; * One of the terlns of the Concession Agreement and the Financing Documents is that tlie Company is required to establish an Escrow Account, inter alia, on term and conditions satisfactory to the Senior Lenders and NHAI, for routing throush it all funds constituting the Financing Package for meeting the Total Project Cost and all the fees collected.and disbursements made to the Company during the Operations Period. NOW IN CONSIDERATION FOR THE PREMISES IT IS AGREED BY THE P.ARTIES AS FOLLOWS:- 1. Definitions and Construction 1 Definitions: Each capitalised tenn used herein and not otherwise defined shall have the definition assigned to such term in the Concession Agreement or the Financing Documents or the Substitution Agreement as the case may be. "Account" means the Escrow Accou~lt to be opened by the Company in accordance with this Agreement:

243 National Iiigh\vays Authority of India Request for Proposal IJAl<1--Ill: Non Technical Schedules s "Aurhorised invest~nent" ~neans any authorised investments which the Lenders Kel~esenrativs Ilia!. from ti~ne to time permit tlie Com~a~i\ ro Inlake in accol-dance with tliis Agreeme~ir: 6 "Bi~siness Da!." ~niezns any day on which banks are open for business in... or ill relation to any nctice or commt~nication to be made under tliis Agreement: a day on which banks are open for business in the place of receipt of such notice 01.. "Cornpan] co~ii~iiu~iicatio~i: Accounr" shall mean any bank account or the Cornpan). other than rhe Escro\\, Account. "Enforce~iien~ Notice" means any enlhrcement procedin-? conime~iced by tile Lenders Represenrative under any of the Security Documents executed in favour of the Senior I.e~tdcrs:. "Escro\< Account" means an Escro\\' Account established in terms of and under this A, oreemelit:. "Event of Default" means an event of default as defined and detailed in rhe Conressioli Asreeii;ziit or the Financing Documents: a. "Pil>inenr. "Permittsd "IKR" ~neans Indial: Rupee, the lawf~tl currency of India: Date" ~nesns in relation to any Permitted Payment, the date(s) specitied for silcli payment: Pa~mentj" ~iieans the payments agreed to in this Agreement excluding payments to tile Company Accounts as more particularl) given in clause3.?.1; "Required Balance" means on any Date in relation to the Sub-Account of the Escrow.~CCGLII~~. at! a~nount in INR/Dollars which if proportio~iately built over rhe

244 Natio~ial Highways Autllority of India Request for Proposal I'ART-Ill: \'on Technical Schuduieb - months, would be sufficient to iiieet Pel-mitted Paynents on the Payment Date(s).. "Security Documents" ~iieans all or any of the Docu~iients executed, delivered or furnished to secure llie Financial Assistance undcr ihc Financing Documents including but no1 limited to the Deed of Hypothecation. Mol-r~age Deed. Equitable Mortgage. Deed of Guarantee, Pledge Agreement: Undertakings, Negative Lien and other incidental or suppleti~e~ital docu~iients related thereto. * "Sub-Accouots" mean the Sub-Accounts of the Escrow Account, illto \vhicii the monies due in relation to Permitted Payments would be credited every montli and paid out ifdue and if not due in a month then appropriated proportio~iately in such montli and retained iwthe Sub Account and paid out therefrom on the Payment date.. "Year" means each twelve month period ending on March Construction In this Agreement: Unless the context otlier\\*ise requires, the singular incltrdes tlie plural and vice versa; Headings atid tlie use of bold typeface shall be ignored in their construction: A reference to a Clause, or Schedule is, unless indicated to the contrary, a reference to a clause or schedule to this Agreement; References to this Agreement shall be construed as references alsa to any separmor independent stipulation or agreement not contained in it:

245 Nat~onal Higli\r,ajs Aulliol-it) of India Request for Proposal I'AllT-Ill: Non Technical Schedules 'he \\lords "other". "or otlier\i.ise3' and "whatsoever" shall not be construed to be as any li~iiilarion up011 the senerality of any preceding words or matters specifically referred to: Tleferences to the word "includes" or "including" are to be construed \vithout li~iiitation; References to a pel-son sliall include sucli person's successors and per~iiitted assignees or transferees; * All references to agrsements. docu~iients or other instruments include (subject to all relevant approvals) a rerersncr to that agreement, docu~iienl or instrument as amended. suppleme~ited. subjtitured, novated or assigned from time to time. The words "herein": -hereto" and "hereunderx refer to this Agreement as a whole and not to the particular Clause in which sucli word may be used; Words importin_r a particular gender include all genders; "person" includss an! indkidual, partnership, firm, trust, body corporate, governlnent, govern~iiental body, authority; agency. unincorporated body or persons or association; any reference to a public orgallisation shall be deemed to include a reference to any successor to sucli public organisation or any organisation or entity which has taken over the functions or responsibilities of such public organisation; references to "Party" mean a party to this Agreement and references to "Parties" shall --. be construed accordin,oly; and. references to an!- lav shall include references to such law as it may, after the date of this Agreement. from ti~ne to time be amended, supple~nented or re-enacted.

246 National liighways Authority of' India Request for Proposal I'P.RT-Ill: Ncn Technical Schedules 2. THE ACCOUNTS 2.1 Acceptance of Appointment of Escrow Agent (a) The Escrow Agent hereby agrees to act as such and to accept all payments and other amounts to be delivered to or held by the Escrow Agent pursuant to the terms of this Escrow Agreement. The Escrow Agent shall hold and safeguard the Escrow Account during the term of this Escrow Agreement and shall treat the amount in rhe Escro\v Account as monies deposited by Company / NHAl with the Escrow Agent, as agent for the benefit of the Lenders RepresentativeINHAI, or their nominees, successors or assigns, in trust in aczordance with the provisions of this Escrow Agreement. In performing its functions and duties under this Escrow Agreement. the Escrow Agent shall acl as agent for the Lenders RepresentativehJHAI. (b) The Company also hereby declares that all right, title and interest in and to the Escrow Account, the Authorised Investments and Pennitted Payments made from the Escrotv Accounts shall be vested in the Escrow Agent and held in trust for the Senior Lenders acting through Lender's Representative, NHAl and the Company in accordance with the terms of this Agreement and as their respective interests are provided for herein. A~nounts deposited in the Escrow Account from time to time shall be held by the Escrow Agent in trust and received and applied as provided in and in accordance with this Agreement. No person other than the Lenders Representative, NHAI and the Company shall have any rights hereunder as the beneficiaries of or as third party beneficiaries under this Agreement. The rights of Company/NHAI in the monies held in Escrow Account are set forth in their entirety in this Escrow Agreement and CompanybJHAI shall have no other rights against or to the monies in the Escrow Account. /2-7 Page : Q-7

247 National Iiighways Authority of India Request for Proposal - IPART-111: No11 Technical Schedules 2.2 Estabkshment oc Escrow Account At least tliilty (30) days prior to seeking any disbursement from the Senior Lenders (including issue of guarantees or all forms of Financial Assistance), the Conipany sliall establish the Escro\v Account with the Escrow Agent. 2.3 Maintenance of the Account The Escrow Agent shall maintain the Escrow Account in accordance \\ it11 the terms of this Agreement and its usual practices and applicable regulations and pay the ~naximu!n irate of interest payable on such Accounts to its custolners on the balance in the said account from time to time. 2.4 Operating Procedures The Escrow Agent and the Company shall agree (after consultation with the Lenders Representative and NHAI) on the detailed inandates. terms and conditions and operating procedures for the Escrow Accouni but in the event of any inconsistency between this Agreement and such mandates, terms and condirions or procedures, this Agreement shall prevail. 3. Currency 3.1 The Escrow Account shall be established with the... Branch of the Escrow Agent. The Escrow Account shall be denominated in INR. 3.2 Deposits The Company (A) agrees, confirms and undertakes that it shall deposit andlor crsdit the Escrow Account with:

248 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules (i) all funds constituting the Financing Package for meeting the Total Project Cost; (ii) All fees collected by the Company fiom the users of the Project Highway: (iii) all its receivables; (iv) all proceeds received pitrsuant to any insurance claims; and (v) all monies received from any other sources in relation to and in respect of the Project. (B) lnay make other deposits ~f the Company's other funds into the Escrow Account at any time. Provided ho\\ever that the terms of this Agreelnent shall apply to such other funds deposited in the Escrow Account by the Company. The NHAl agrees, confirms and undertakes that it shall deposit and/or credit the Escrow Account with: (i) all Fees collected by NHAl in exercise of its rights under Concession Agreement; (ii) Revenue Sl~ortfall Loan; (iii) Grants, termination payments and other monies paid or disbursed in accordance with the provisions of the Concession Agreement and/or the Substitution Agreement The Escrow Agent shall ensure that all interest, if any, on the balances of the Escrow Account and interest on Authorised Investments made from the Escrow Account shall be credited to or deposited in the Escrow Account. 3.3 Withdrawals Page : Q-9

249 National Highways Authorily of India Request for Proposal I'AKT-Ill: Non Technical Schedules 3.3.i The Escro\\, Agent shall withdraw amounts from the Escrow Account and appropria~e in tlie folio\ving order every month as inore particularly given in tlie Bank Proforma in Schedule I and deposit in [lie relevant Sub-Account for payments and if iiot due in a month then appropriate proportionately in such month and retain in the Sub-Account and pay out therefrom on the Payment Date(s): (a) All taxes due and payable by the Company; (b) All espelises in connection with and relevant to the Construction of Project tliglnvay by way of payment to tlie EPC Coniractor and such other persons as ma!. be specitied in tlie Financing Docunie~its. (c) 06rM Expenses including Fees collecrioli expenses incut.red by the Company dii-cctly 01- through OgiM Contractor andlor Tolling Contractor. if any. subject to the items and ceiling in respect thereof as set fortli in tlie Financing Documents but not exceeding one twelftli (1112) of tlie annual liability on this account; (d) Tile \vliole or pail of the expense 011 repair \vork or O&M Expenses including Fees collectioii expenses incurred by NI-IAI, and 1.25 times ofthe O&hl expenses incurred by tlie NHAI, if any. in the event of repair and niainlsiia~ice \vol.k being carried out by NH.41 (pursuant to tlie failure on par1 of the Company in doing so) to maintain and 1 or repail- the Pt.~ject Higl~\\ay or a part thereof up to and in accordance with the Specifications and Srandards and I or failure on part of the Colnpany to coinmence re~iiedial works within 30 (thirty) days of receipt of notice in this regard fi-olll NNAI or the Independent Consultant, if any, including those on accoulit of exercise of any of its rights under the Concession Agreement provided NHAI certifies to the Escrow Agent that NHAI had incurred such expenses ill accordance with the provisions of the Concession Agree~neiit; (e) All Concession Fees and Negative Grants payments due to NHAI from the Compaiiy under the Concession Agreement.

250 National Highways Authority of India Requesl for P~oposal I'ART-Ill: Non Technical Scliedules (f) Monthly proportionate provision of Debt Service Payments due in an Accounting Year and payment of Debt Service Payments in the month wl~en due; (g) Reiniburse~nents of expenditure incurred by NHAI, if any: for payment of insurance premia. etc.. which are other\vise the Company's responsibility. on account of failure on pan of the Company to keep such insurance(s) effective and in force. (11) Any payments and Damages due and payable by the Company to NHAI Pursuant to the Concession Agreement including Recovery due to reduction in Scope of \\fork and repayment of Revenue Shortfall Loans; and (i) Balance in accordance with the instructions of the Company. The amounts specified in Clause (a) to (i) constitute the Permitted Payments. For each year. Bank Proforma would be separately provided by the Company to the Escron. Agent. \vith the perrnission o f Lenders RepresentativeNHAI, not later than 60 da!s priol- to the first da! of each year Not\vithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Agreement upon the earlier of (i) issue of Termination Notice (ii) temiination of Concession Agreement. or (iii) the expiry of Concession Period, all amounts standing to the credit of the Escrow Account shall be appropriated and dealt with in the following order:- (a) -- - all taxes due and payable by the Company; (b) all Concession Fees (including Negative Grant) due and payable to NHAI under tile Concession Agreement; P~gr : Q-I I P-

251 Nalio~~al Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal I'AKr-Ill: Non Technical Schedules (c) all accrued Deb1 Service Payments; (d) any payments and Damages due and payable by the Cocnpany to NI-IAI pul-suant to the Concession Agreement. including Recovery due to reduction in Scope of Work, Termination claims and repayment of Revenue Shorlfall Loans; (e) all accl-ued 0&h4 Expenses; (f) any other pay~iients required to be made under the Concession Agreement: and (g) balance, ifany, on the instructions of the Company Not \vithstanding anything to the contrary contained' in the Concession Agreement, any ter~iiination payments made by NHAI into the Escrow account shall not be appropriated therefroln for any purpose whatsoever, until the Vesting Cenificate has been issued by NHAI. Provided, however, that this restriction shall not apply to appropriation in favour of tlie Senior Lenders to the extent of debt due From tlie date, whicli is two years prior to the expiry of the Concessio~i Period, a sum equal to the fees realizable during the last two years of the Concession Period for a traffic vo!u~ne calculated at the rate of 10,000 (ten thousand) PCUs per day per year. or, a higher sum estimated by the Independent Consultant for renewal works, sliall, not withstanding anything to the contrary contained in the Concession Agreement. be retained in tlie Escrow Account provided that if a Bank Guarantee of an equivalent sum in the form and content acceptable to NHAI has been furnished by the Company to NHAI, no such retention shall be made. If following the second Inspection, it is agreed or deter~nined that no renewal works are required, then within 14 days of such agreement, 50 % of the sums thus retained shall be released from the Escrow account to the Company. Within 14 days after the issue o f Vesting Certificate (issued in accordance with Article XXXIll of the Concession agreement) the sums thus retained sliall be released from the Escrow account to the Company. -~- ~ 3.4 Application of Insufficient Funds As provider! in Clause 3.3, the application of funds in the Escrow ~ccount shail be in the serial order of priority set forth therein. If the funds available for payment to tlie Sub-Accounts are sufficient to pay a portion, but not all, of the atnounts

252 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules required to be paid to any Sub-Account, the Escrow Agent shall apply such funds in lhe serial order of priority set forth in Clause 3.3, until exhaustion thereof. 4. A utllorised Investments 4.1 Power to Invest The Escrow Agent shall invest the alnounts standing to the credit of any of the Sub-Accounts in Authorised Investments on the instructions of the Company as approved by the Lenders Representative / NHAl from time to time, in accordance with the provisions of this Agreemeid. The Escrow Agent shall not be bound to and shall no1 make inveslments under the Indian TI-usts Aa, 1882 without prior approval of the Lenders Representati\e/NHAl. 4.2 Procedure for Investments All Autliorised Investments shall be made andlor realised by the Escrow Agent on the instructions of the Company as approved by the Lenders Representative/NIiAi fro~n time to time, in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement All documents of tirle or other documentary evidence of ownership with respect :o Authorised lnvest~ilents made out of any Escrow Account will be held in the custody of the Escrow Agent. Upon the realisation of any investment made under this Clause, the proceeds of realisation shall immediately be credited to the relevant Sub-Account by the Escrow Agent or immediately invested in another Authorised Investment in accordance with the Company's instructions as approved by the Lenders RepresentativelNHAI. 4.4 Mandatory Realisations

253 National Iiigli?vays Authol.ity of India Request for Proposal IJART-III: Nnn Technical Schedules In the event that the Company becolnes aware that any Authorised Investment has ceased to be an Autliorised Investment, the Con~pan!. shall im~nediately instruct ihe Escrow Agent 011 a best efforts basis to realise s~~ch Authorised Invesr~ne~lt on its maturity date or earlier if possible under intimation io the Lenders Representative i NI-IAI. 4.5 Accounts include Investn~ents Any reference in this Agree~nento the balance standiny to the credit oilhe Escro\\' Account shall be deemed to include a reference to the amount of thi Authorised Investments in which all, or part or, such balance is for tlie tiwe being inves.:?d. 4.6 Interest oa I~ivest~nents Any interest 01 other income received on account of Authorised Investments shill be to the credit of the Escrow Account. 4.7 Enforcement Notice On receipt of an Enforcement Notice from the Lenders Represeniati\ehVHAI. tile Escrow Agent shall realise the Authorised Investments, \\,herher such investmenrs have matured or not on a best effort basis. and appl? the PI-oceeds as directed b! the Lenders Representative/NHAl. 5 Witl~drawals following Event of Default 5.1 If the Lenders RepresentativeNHAI notifies the Escrow Ayent that an Event of Default is likely to occur or has occurred, and is cont~nuing. then, until such time as the Lenders Representative/NHAI has notified the Escrou Agent that the E\ent of Default has been cured or waived under the Financing Documents Concess~on Agreement, the Escrow Agent sliall onl) make witlidra\\als from the Escrou

254 Nadonal Highways Aurhorily of India Requesl for Proposal I'ART-It[: Non I'ecbnical Schedules Accounts \vhich constitute Permitted Payments and shall not make any payments from the Esc!.o\v Account to the Company Accounts. 6. Escrow Agent Provisions 6.1 The Escrow Agent and the LendersINHAI The Company hereby appoints the Escrow Agent to act as trustee for the Lenders RepresentativeiNHAl in connection herewith and authorises the Escrow Agent to exercise such rights, powers, authorities and discretion as are specifically delegated to the Escrow Agent by the terms hereof together with all such rights, po\\,ers, aurhor~ties and discretion.as are reasonably incidental hereto, and the Escrow Asent accepts such appointment pursuant to the terms hereof. 6.2 Particular Duties of the Escrow Agent The Essro\v.Axent: (Ai ma).. in the absence of bad faith or gross negligence on its part, rely as to an! matters of fact \vhicit might reasonably be expected to be within the kno\vledze of the Co~npany upon a certificate sizned by or on behalf of the Company: (B) may. in the absence of bad faith or gross negligence on its part, rely upon the authenticity of any communication or documents believed by it to be authentic; (CJ shall. within five (5) Business Days after receipt, deliver a copy to the Lenders RepresentativeINHAI of any notice or document received by the Escrow Agent in its capacity as the Escrow Agent from the Company or any other person hereunder or in connection herewith; and (Dl shall. within five (5) Business Days after receipt, deliver a copy to the Cornpa~iy of any notice or document received by the Escrow Agent from the Lenders Representative/NHAl in connection here\vith. h Page : Q-IS

255 National Highways Aulhority of India Request for Proposal - - PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules Monies and other PI-open! received by the Escrow Agent under this Agreement shall. until used or applied in accordance with this Agreement, be held by the Escrow Agent in trust for tlie purposes for which they were received, and shall be segregated fi-om other funds and property of the Escrow Agent This Agreement shall remain in full force and effect so long as amounts remain outstanding l'ro~:~ the Company in respect of the Financial Assistance received by it from the Senior Lenders or its obligations to NHAI, unless terminated earlier b?. the mutual consent of the parties 01- otherwise in accordance wit11 the provisions of this Clause The Company may, b> not less than 45 days prior notice to the Escrow Agent, NHAI and t!le Lenders Representatiie, terminate this Agreement and appoint a new Escrow Agent, provided that the new Escron Agent is acceptable to the Lenders Representative and NHAI and arrangements are made satisfactory to the Lenders Rep~eselltati\,eNH;\I for transfer of amounts deposited in the Escrow Account to a ne\\ Escrow Account estabiished with the successor Escrow Agent. 6.5 Fees The Co~npany shall pay the Escrow Agent fees in an alnount and at such times as [nay be agreed between the Escrow Agent and tlie Company Escrow Agreement Defaults 7.1 If the Co~npany is in breach of any of its obligations under this Agreement and, following a notice of default from the Lenders' RepresentativeNHAI, fails to

256 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal I'ART-II!: Non Technical Schedules remedy the same: (A) in the case of a failure to deposit funds received by the Company in the Escrow Account, by depositing the same in the Escrow Account within five Business Days of receipt of such notice; (B) in the case of a breach consisting of causing the Escrow Agent to transfer funds to any Company Account in breach of the terms of this Agreement. by depositing the relevant funds in the Escrow Account or any Sub-Account in which such transfer should have been made within five Business Days of receipt of such notice. (C) in the case of a bl-each oftlie Company's obligations under Clause 4, by instructing the Escrow Agent to realise any investment made in breich of Clause 4 within five (5) Business Days of receipt of such notice; or (D) in the case of any other breach, by remedying the same within five (5) Business Days to the satisfaction of the Lenders RepresentativeNHAI; the same shall constitute a Default under this Agreement The Company and the Escrow Agent agree and confirm that any Default by *ither ' the Company or the Escrow Agent in the performance of their respecti\,? obligations under this Agreement resulting, in the opinion of the Lenders RepresentativeNHAI, in a breach of this Agreement, shall qualify as an Event of Default under the Financing DocumentdSecurity Documents/Concession Agreement. 8. Miscellaneous 8.1 Closure of Account The Escrow Agent shall, at the request of the Company made on or after the payment by the Company of all outstanding amounts under the Financing

257 National Iiighways Authority of India Request for Proposal I'ART-Ill: Not1 Technical Schedules Documents! Concession Agreenient and upon confirmation of receipt by thc Lenders Representalive; NHAI. close the Escron, Account and pay any amount standing to the credit thereof to the Company. Notwithstanding anything to tlie contrary contained in this Agreement, this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect till the TI-ansfer Date mentioned in tlie Concessio~i Agreement provided ho\\,ever if NHAl shall certify to the Escrow Agent that Concession.4greement and/or the Concession has been terminated on account of default of the Company under the Concession Agreement, then notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained herein, all the amounts standing lo the credir of' the Escl-ou- Account shall be dealt \\.it11 in accordance \\,ilh provisions of Clause Successors and Assigaors This Agreement sliall be binding on and shall enure to tlie benefit of the Parties and their respecti\,e successors and permitted assigns. 8.3 No Set Off The Escrow Agent agrees not to claim or exercise any right of set off, banker's lien or other right or re~iied) with respect to the aniounts standing to the credit of the Escrow Account. For the avoidance of doubt, it is declared hy the Escrow Agent that the monies and properties held by the Escrow Agent shall not be considered as pall of the assets of the Escrow A,oent and being trust property, shall in the case of bankruptcy or liquidation of the Escrow Agent be wholly excluded from the assets of the Escrow Agent in such bankruptcy or liquidation. 8.4 Notices All notices or other comniunications to be given or made under this Agreement sliall be in writing. shall either be delivered personally or sent by courier, registered or certified mail or facsimile. The address for service of each Party and

258 National Hishways Authority of India Request for Proposal I'AR1.-Ill: Non 'Technical Schedules its facsinlile number is set out under its name on the signing pages hereto. All notices shall be effective upon actual receipt save that where a notice is received after 5.30 p.m. on a Business Day or on a day that is not a Business Day, such notice shall be dee~iied to be received 011 the first Business Day following the date of actual receipt. Without prejudice to the foregoing a Parly giving or making a notice or communication by facsi~iiile shall plutnptly deliver a copy of such notice or co~i~munication personally, by courier or mail to tile addressee of such notice or co~nn~unicatiot~ Any Party [nay by notice change the addresses andlor addresses to which such tiotices and communications to it are to be deliisred or mailed. be effective when all the Parties ha\e notice of i~. Such change shall 8.5 Waiver Failure by any Party at any time to enforce any provision of this Agreement or to require performance by other Parties of any provision of this Agreement shall not be construed as a waiver of such provision and shall not affect the validity of this Agreement or any pan of it or the rights of the relevant Party to enforce any provision in accordance with its terms. 8.6 Severability If any condition, Clause or provision of this Agr?ement not being of a fundamental nature, is held to be illegal or unenforceable, the validity or enforceability of the remainder of this Agreement shall not be affected thereby. 8.7 Amendments No amendment to this Agreement shall be binding unless in writing and signed by the duly authorised representatives of all the Parties. 8.8 Governing Law

259 National Highways?uihority of India Request for Proposal - I'ART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules This Agrcemtnt shall be governed by and constt.ued in accordance with Indian la\\. 8.9 Regulatory Approvals The Escrm Asent shall use its best efforts to procure and shall thereafter maintain and compl! \r it11 all regulatory approvals required for it to establisll and operate the Escrow r\ccount. The Escrow Agent represents and warrants that i: is not aware of an! reason nliy such regulatory approvals will not be ordinarily granted to the Escro\v,-\Sent. Seven Business Days prior to each Payment Date (and for this purpose the Escrow Agent shall be entitled to rely on an affirmation by the Cotnpany andlor the Lenders Representative/NHAI as to the relevant Payment Dates). the Escro\\, Agent shall notify the Lenders RepresentativeMHAl of the balance of the Escro\v Account as at the close of business on the inmediately preceding Business Day. IN \i'itkfss whereof the Company has caused its Common Seal to be aftixed herero and to a triplicate hereof on the date first above written and the Escro\v.\gent. iyh.41 and the Lenders Representative have caused the said triplicate to be esecutea b! ths hands of their authorised officials. ' SIGNED.\I\'D DELIVERED BY 1... within named Escrow Agent ) by the hand of 1... an authcrised official ofthc )- Escron Afsnt ) Address:

260 National Highways Authority of India Requat for Proposal I'ART-111: Non Technical Schedules FadFacsimile Number: Attention:.... SIGNED AND DELIVERED by )... within named Lenders ) Representative by the hand of )... an authol-ised official of the Lenders ) Representative Address: FadFacsimile Number: Attention:... SIGNED AND DELIVERED by NHAl within named by the hand of an authorised ofticial of the NHAl Address: FadFacsimile Number: Attention: Page : Q-2 I

261 National Highivays Authori~y of India Request for Proposal I'ART-111. No11 Technical Scliedulcs THE COMMON SEAL OF... lias pursuant to the Resolution of its Board of Directors passed in that behalf on the.... day of ,200 hereunto been affixed ill the presence of Shri and Shri... Directors who have signed these Presents in token thereof and Secretarylauthorised Person who lias countersigned the Saine in token thereof. Address: Attention:

262 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules --- SCHEDULE R STATE SUPPORT AGREEMENT THIS SUPPORT AGREEMENT is tnade at this day of 200- AMONG I THE GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF (Name of State) through the Secretary, Ministry of, Government of (Name of State), having his Office at... hereinafter rererred to as "GO*" which expression sliall unless repugnant to the context or meaning thereof include its successors and assiyns). 2 National Higl~ways Autl~ority of India, a statutory body constituted under the provisions of the National Hi,ohways Authority of lndia Act, and having ifs principal office at G-5&6, Sector 10, Dwarka, New Delhi (hereinafter referred to as "NHAI" \vl~ich expression shall unless repugnant to the context or meaning thereof include its administrators, successors and assigns), AND 3 I LIMITED], a company incorporated under the provisions of the Companies Act, 1956 and having its registered office a1 (hereinafter referred to as the "Concessionaire". which expression shall unless repugnant to the context or meaning thereof include its successors and substitutes). WHEREAS A. The NHAI intends to implement a project envisaging [Name of the Proiect) in the State of (Name of the State), lndia on BOT basis (hereinafter referred to as tllc "Project Highway"). B. The Ministry of Shippng, Road Transport & Highways, Government of India (MOSRT&H) had invited proposals for empanelment of BOT Entrepreneurs for Four-laning of National Highways (Non-NHDP) on BOT basis and ernpanelled the BOT Entrepreneurs. C. NHAl had laid down and prescribed the technical and co~nmercial terms and conditions for i~nplementation of the Project Highway and had invited bids from the empanelled BOT Entrepreneurs vide Letter No... dated... ("the Tender Notice") including. inter alia, the Consortium comprising...,... and...(collectively the "Consortium") with... as its Leader. for undertaking the work referred to in Recital 'A' above on BOT basis. 6 Page : R-I

263 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-Ill: Non Technical Sclledules D. After evaluation of tlie bids so received, NHAl had accepted tlie bid of the Consol-lium and issued its Letter of Acceptance No. dated (tiie"l0a") to tlie Consortium requiring, inter alia. the execution of a Concession Agreel;?ent pursuant thereto. E. The Co~iso~tii~tn has promoted and incorporated the Concessionaire as a limited liability company to enter into tlie Concession Agreement pursuant to the LOA for undetlaking, intel- alia, the design, engineering, financing, procurement, utilit\ shifting, tree cutting, construction, operation and maintenance of the Project Highway on DOT basis as refel-i-ed to in Recital 'A' and to fultill other obligations of the Concessionaire pursuant to the LOA and has requested NHAl to accept the Concessionaire as the entity which shall undertake and fulfill and perform tlie obligations and exercise tlie rights of the Coiiso~tiutn under the LOA, including the obligation to en:cr into the Concession Agreement for the design, engineering, financing. procurement, i~tilitv shifting. tree cutting, constt-uction. operation and maintenance of the Project IHigliway on BOT basis. F. NHAI has zgreed to the said request of the Consortium and lias accordingly agreed to enter into tlie Concession Agreement with the Concessionaire pursuant to the LOA for, intel- alia, tlie desig~?, engineering, financing, procurement. utilitr s!liftinf!. tree cutting, construction, operation and maintenance of tlie said Project Highway on BOT basis. G. GO", NHAl and the Concessionaire agree that the implementation of the Concession including performance of its obligations by the Concessionaire under and in accordance with the Concession Agreement requires extensive continued support and grant of certain rights and authorities as hereinafter set forth by GO* which is an essent~al pre-condition for lnobilization of resources therefor by tlie Concessionaire. NOW THEREFORE THE PARTIES HERETO HEREBY AGREE AND THIS AGREEMENT WITNESSETH AS FOLLOWS: I. DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATIONS 1.1 For the purposes of this Agreement the following terms shall have the meanings hereinafter respectively assigned to them "Agreement" means this Support Agreement and all annexures hereto and amendments if any hereto made in accordance with the provisions contained herein in this behalf "Concession Agreement" means the Concession Agreement dated entered into between NHAI and the Concessionaire, and shall include ali of its A Page : R-2

264 National Iiighways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-111: Non Technical Schedules anliexures and appendices and any amendments made thereto ir~ accordance with the provisions contained in this behalf therein. A copy of the said Concession Agreement is annexed hereto and marked as "Annexure "A" "Substitution Agreement" means the Substitution Agreement dated entered into between the Senior Lenders, NHAl and the Concessionaire providing for substitution of the Concessionaire by the Pan) (Selectesj selected by the Senior Lenders in the manner and subject to and on the tenns and conditions set forth therein. A copy of the said Substitution Agreement is annexed hereto and marked as "Annexure 'B' "GO* Support" means the obligations assumed and the facilities agreed to be provided by GO* to the Concessionaire hereunder or pursuant hereto The words and expressions beginning with or in capital lelters used in this Agreement and not defined herein but defined in the Concession Agreement shall have, unless repugnant to the context, the ~nea~iings respectively assigned to them in the Concession Agreement. Words and expressions used in this Agreement and neither defined herein nor in the Concession Agreement but defined in the Substitution Agreement shall have the meanings respectively assigned to then1 in the Substitution Agreement In this Agreement unless the context otherwise requires. (a) (b) (c) (d) any reference to a statutory provision shall include such pro\.ision as is from time to time modified or re-enacted or consolidated so far as such modification or re-enactment or consolidation appiies or is capable of applying to any transactions entered into hereunder; the words importing singular shall include plural and vice iersa. and words denoting natural persons shall include partnerships. firms, companies. corporations, joint ventures, trusts, associations, organizations or other entities (whether or not having a separate legal entity); the headings are for convenience o f reference only and shall not be used in and shall not affect the construction or interpretation of this Agreement; terms beginning with capital letters and defined in this Agreement shall hav.e the meanings ascribed thereto herein; (e) the words "include" and "including: are to be construed without limitation. -- (f) (g) any reference to a "day" shall mean reference to a calendar day; any reference to "month" shall mean reference to a calendar month; Page : R-3

265 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-111: E!on Technical Schedules (h) (i) (i) the Annexures and appendices to this Agreement form an integral part of this Agreement and will be in full force and effect as though they were expressly set out in the body of this Agreement; any reference at any time to any agreement, deed. instrument, licence or document of any description shall be construed as reference to that agreelnenl, deed. instrument.. licence or other document as amended, varied, supplemented, modified or suspended a1 the time of such reference provided that this clause shall not operate so as to increase liabilities or obligations of GO* hereunder or pursuant hereto in an) manner \vhatsoever. Rererences to Recitals, Clauses, Sub-clauses. Paragraphs, Anne~ures or Appendices ill this Agreement shall, exccpt va1ere the context itiierwisr requires, be dee~iled to be references to Recitals. Clauses, Sub-clauses, Pal-agraplis, Annexures and Appendices of this Agreeinent. (k) Any agreement, consen:. approvsl, authorization. proposal, notice. communication, information or report required u~lder or pursuant to this Agreement from or by any Party or Senior Lender(s) shall be valid and effectual only if it is in writing under the hands of duly a!~thorized representative of such Party or the Senior Lender(s), as the case In- be, in this behalf and not otherwise; and (I) Any reference to any period commencing "from" a specified da) sr date and "t~ll" or "until" a specified day or date shall include both days or dates. (m) "Concessionaire" Agreement. shall i~clude the Selectes under the Sub~itution 2.1. This Agreement shall collie into force on the date mentisned hereinabove a;.j shall continue to be in fill1 force and effect for the period the Concession ;\greemer.r is in force and effect including any extension thereof. 3. SUPPORT OF GO* 3.1. Upon and with effect from the date hereof, GO* agrees : (0 so long as the Concessionaire is not in breach of its oblig~tions under this Agreement, to enable access to rhe Site to the Concessio~laire for peaceful use of and operations at the Site hy the Concessionaire under and in accordance with the provisions af the Concession Agreement \\ithout an! let or hindrance froni GO* or persons claiming through or under it:

266 National Highways Authorit! of India Request for Proposal PAP-T-Ill: Non Technical Schedules (ii) (iii) subject to the Concessionaire complying with Applicable Laws, to provide to the Concessionaire Applicable Permits to the extent GO* or any Governmental Agency of GO* is entitled to issue; upon written request from the Concessionaire, to assist the Concessionaire in obtaining access to all necessary infrastructure facilities and utilities, including water, electricity and telecommunication facilities at rates and on terms no less favorabie to the Concessionaire than those generally available to commercial customers receiving substantially equivalent services; to ensure that no barriers are erected or placed by GO* or ally Governmental Agency of GO* that interrupt free flow of traffic on the Project Highway except on account of any law and ordel situation or upon national security considerations; to provide the Concessionaire with assistance through a dedicated team against payment of prescribed fee and charges, if any; for regulation oftraffic on the Project Highway; to provide the Concessionaire with police assistance in the form of dedicated highway patrol parties against payment of prescribed costs and charges. if any, for patrolling and provision of security on the Project Highway; (vii) (viii) (ix) to observe and comply with its obligations set fort11 in this Asreement; to support, cooperate with and facilitate NHAI and the Concessio~iaire in the irnple~nentation of the Project Highwa!.: subject ro and in accordance with the Applicable Laws, to assist the Concessionaire in the procurement of all Applicable Permits required from an) municipal and other local authorities and bodies including Panchayats in the State of... for the implementation of the Project Highway: to ensure, subject to and in accordance with the Applicable Laws, that all relevant municipal and other local authorities and bodies including Panchayats in the State of (Name of the State) do not put any barriers or other obstructions that interrupt free flow of traffic on the Project Highway; and (xi) nor to do or omit to do any act, deed or thing which may in any manner be violative of or cause the Concessionaire to violate any of the provisions of the Concession Agreement.

267 National Highways Aulhority of India Request for Proposal PAIIT-Ill: Non Technical Sclledules 2 Notwitlis~anding anything to the contrary contained in this Agreement, GO" may construct and operate either itself or have tlie same, inter alia. built and operated on B07' basis or otherwise ally Expressway or other toll road, not being a bye-pass, between inter alia. (Namc of Project Sectior~) and... tlie "Additional Toll\vay"), provided tliat such Additional Toll\vay sliall nor be opened to traftic before expiry of 8 (eight) years from the Appointed Date or before acliievement of a traffic level of 80,000 PCUs per day on tlie Project Higli\vay, \vhicliever is earlicr GO* agrees and undertakes tliat it sliall not levy any additio~ial toll, fee, charge or tax on the use of whole or any part of tlie Project I-ligli\\,a),. GO* acknowledges ihe rights of Se~iior Lenders and NHAl under tlie Substiintion Agreemsnt and hereby covenants that upon substitutio~i of the Concessionaire by tlie Selectee pursuant to tlie Substitution Agreement, it sliall be deemed for the purposes of this Aereement that as if Selectee is a Party liereto arid the Selectee shall accordingly be dee~ned to have succeeded to the rights and obligations oithe Concessionaire under this Agreement on and with effect from the date of substiti~tion oftlie Concessionaire by 111s Selectee. 4. CONCESSIONAIKE'S OBLIGATIOKS 4.1. Concessionaire agrees and i~ndertakes to perform. observe and comply \vitii the following : (0 All Applicable Laws and Applicable Permits; (i i) The provisions of the Concession Act-eement. the Substitution Agreement, and the Pioject Agreements; and (iii) This Agree~nent 5. REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES 5.1. The Concessionaire r-presents and warrants to GO" that : (1) It is duly organized, \.alidly existing and in good standing under the laws of lndia. (i i) It has power and authority to execute. deliver an3 perform its obligations under this Agreement and to carry out ths transactions contemplated hereby: (iii) (iv) It has taken all necessary corporate and otlier action under Applicable Laws and its constitutional docu~nents to authorize the execution, delivery and perfomlance of this Agreement: This Agreenient constitutes its legal, valid and binding obligation enforceable against it in accordance \\,it11 tlie terms hersof;

268 National Highwaxs Authcrity of India Request for Proposal - PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules (!,I (vi! (vii) It is subject to civil and commercial laws of India with respect to this Agreement and it hereby expressly and irrevocably waives any immunity in anyjurisdiction in respect thereof: All the information furnished to the GO* pertaining to the Concessionaire including its constitution and existing and proposed shareholding structure is no\\$ and shall be true and correct as on the Appointed Date and COD and the Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss Account of the Concessionaire for each of its Accounting Year after the Appointed Date to be furnished to GO* shall give true atid fair view of the affairs of the Concessionaire. The Concessionaire shall furnish a copy of its audited Balance Sheet within 120 (one hundred twenty) days of the close of its each Accounting Year after the Appointed Date and any ~iiaterial change subsequent to the date of such Balance Sheet shall be notitied to GO* b) the Concessionaire within 30 (thirty) days of its occurrence. The Concessionaire warrants that the Balance Sheet and the infor~nation furnished as aforesaid shall be tt-ue and correct; The execution, delivery and performance of this Agreement will not conflict with, result in the breach of, constitute a default under or accelerate performance required by any of the terms of the Concessionaire's Mernorandum and Articles of Association or of any tnember of the Consonium or any Applicable Laws or t\pplicable Permits or any covenant, agreement, understanding, decree or order ro which it is a party or by which it or any of its properties or assets is bound or affected; There are no actions, suits, proceedings or investigations pendiilg or, to the Concessionaire's knowledge, threatened against it at la\\ or in equity before any court or before any judicial, quasi judicial or other authority: the outcome of which may result in the breach of or constitute a default of the Concessionaire under this Agreement or which individually or in the aggregate may result in any material adverse effect on its business; properties or assets or its condition, financial or otherwise, or in any impairment of its ability to perform its obligations and duties under this Agreement; The Concessionaire has no knowledge of any violation or default with respect to any order, writ. injunction or decree of any court or any legally binding order of any Governmental Agency which may result in any material adverse effect or impairment of the Concessionaire's ability to perform its obligations and duties under this Agreement; (xi, The Concessionaire has complied with all Applicable Laws and.applicable Purmits, and has not been subject to any fines, penalties,

269 National Highways Authority OF India Request for Proposal I',AR1'-Ill: Non Technical Schedules injunctive relief or any other civil or cri~ninal liabilities which in the aggregate have or may have malerial adverse effect on ils financial condition or its ability to perforrn its obligario~ls and duties under this Agreement; (xii) (xiii) Each Consortiunl Member \\?as and is duly organized and existing under the Laws of the jurisdiction of its incorporation and has full power and authority to consent to and has validly consented to the Concessionaire entering into this.%gl-eement with the GO*; No representation or warranty by the Concessionaire co~itai~led herein or in any other document furnished by it to GO*. or to any Governmental Agency in relation to Applicable Permits contains or will contain any untrue statement of material fact or o~nits 01 wili omit to state a material fact necessary to make such representauon or warranty not misleading; The Concessionaire warrants that no su~lls have been paid or will he paid, by or on behalf of the Concessionaire, to any person by way of fees, commission or othenvise for entering into this Agreement or for influencing or attempting to influence any officer or e~nployee of NHAI. GO1 or GO* in connection thereviith; and (xv) The Concessionaire is subject to civil and commercial la\sas of India wit11 respect to this A, ~ree~iient GO* represents and warrants to the Concessionaire that : (i) (ii) (iii) It has full power and authority to execute. deli\.er and perform this Agreement. It has taken all necessary governmental action to authorize thc execution, delivery and performance of this.agreement; and This Agreement constitutes the legal, valid and binding obligation of GO* enforceable against it in accordance with its terms. 6. SOVEREIGN IIVMUNITY 6.1. GO* hereto unconditionally and irrevocably: (i) (ii) Agrees that the execution, delivery and performance by it of this Agreement do not constitute sovereign acts: Agrees that should any proceedings be brought against it or its assets in relation to this Agreement or any transaction conte~nplated b! this Agreement. no sovereign im~iiunit! from such proceedings. esecution, attachment or other legal process shall be claimed by or Page : R-8

270 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-Ill: IJon Technical Schedules on behalf of itself or with respect to any of its assets, to the extent permitted by law; and (iii) To the extent permitted by law, waives any right of sovereign immunity, which it or its assets now has or may acquire in the future Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein contained such waiver of right of immunity shall not apply to a) Property and assets of any consular or diplomatic mission or consulate or b) Property belonging to the Defence services and such assets of the Union of India. 7. Breach and Compensation 7.1. In case GO* is in breach of any of its obligations under this Agreement, which breach is not cured within 30 days of receipt of a notice in writing from [he Concessionaire to GO* and NHAI and which has not occtlrred as a result of the Concessionaire's breach of its obligations under this Agreement or the Concession Agreement, GO* shall pay to the Concessionaire, all direct additional costs suffered or incurred by the Concessionaire, determined by NHAI as arising out of such material default by GO* In case of any dispute by GO* on admissibility of the claim or extent or compensation determined by NHAI, the claim shall be settled as per provisions of the Dispute Settlement mechanism provided in Article IX of this Agreement Any such compensation payable shall be paid to the Concessionaire, in one lump sum within 90 (ninety) days of receiving NHAI's determination of compensation. 8. INDEMNITY 8.1. The Concessionaire will indemnify, defend and hold GO* harmless against any and all proceeilings, actions and claims for any loss, damage, cost and expense of whatever kind and nature arising out of design, engineering, construction, operation and maintenance of the Project Highway or 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, and observe Applicable Laws and Applicable Permits; 8.2. GO* will, indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Concessionaire against any and all proceedings, actiohs and third party claims for any loss, damage, cost and expense arising out of failure of GO* to fulfill any of its obligations under this Agreement adversely affecting the performance of the Concessionaire's obligatio~is under the Concession Agreement other than any loss, damage, cost and Page : R-9

271 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules -- expense. arising out of acts done in discharge of their lawful functions by GO". its officers, servants and agents; 8.3. Without limiting the generality of Clause 8.2, the GOX shall indemnify the Concessionaire and shall save it harmless from and against any payments requit-ed to be made by the Concessionaire with respect to levy of any Local Taxes provided nothing contained herein shall be construed or interpreted as restricting in any way or manner the right of GO* or any municipal, panchayat or other local authorities lo levy any taxes which they or any of them are la\~~fully entitled to le\.y, impose or collect (the "Espected Taxes"). The Concessionaire shall not be entitled to and GO' shall be under no obligation to reimburse Expected Taxes to tlie Concessio~iaire or any person claiming through or under the Concessionaire; 8.4. In the event that either party hereto recei\:es a claim from a third party in respect of which it is entitled to the benefil of an indemnity under Clause 8 or in respect of which it is entitled to reimbursement (the "Indemnified Party") within 14 (fourteen,! da>.s of receipt of the claim or payment. as the case may be,it shall not settle 01- pay tile claim without the prior approval of [he Indemnifying Party. In the event that the Indemnifying Party wishes to contest or dispute the claim, it ma). 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. 9. GOVERNING L.4 W AND DISPUTE SETTLEMENT 9.1. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed and interpreted in accordance with the laws of lndia. The provisions contained in Clause 8 shall survive the termination of this Agreement Any dispute, difference or claim arising out of or in connection with or in relati011 to this Agreement \vhich is not resolved amicabl! shall be decided finally b? reference to arbitration to a Board or Arbitrators co~nprising of one nominee of each party to the dispute. Such arbitratian shall be held in accordance with tlie Rules of Arbitration of the Indian Councill of Arbitration and shall be subject to the provisions of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, The Arbitrators shall issue a reasoned award. The venue of such arbitration shall be New Delhi, India. The Award shall be final and binding on the Parties. 10. MISCELLANEOUS Alteration of Terms All additions, amendments, 1nodi6cations and variations to this Agreement shall be effectual and binding only if in writing and signed by the dull. authorized representatives of GO*. NHAl and the Concessionaire Time or Indulgence Allo\ved Page : R-10

272 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal I'ART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules An indulgence by one Party to the other in respect of an) obligation or mattel hereunder including time for performance to the other patty hereunder or to remedy any breach hereof shall not be construed as a waiver of any of its rights hereunder. Such indulgence allo\ved by the Party may be on such terms and sub.ject to such conditions as the Party giving it may specify and shall be nzithout prejudice to that Party's then accrued rights under this Agreement except to the extent expressly varied in writing when giving such time or other indulgence Severance of Terms If ally provisions of this Agreement are declared to be invalid. unenforceable or illegal by any competent arbitration tribunal or cou~t, such invalidity, unenforceability or illegality shall not prejudice or affect the remaining pro\.isions of this Agreement, which shall continue in full force and effect Language All notices, certiticates, correspondence or other com~nunications under or in connection with the Agreement shall be in English Notices Any notice or communication hereunder shall be in writing and shall either be delivered personally or sent by registered post, with copy by facsimile transmission or other means of teleco~n~nunication in permanent written form. A copy of all the notices and co~n~nunications will also be forwarded to the Lenders Representative. The service of notice shall, unless otherwise notified by a notice hereunder. be a: the following address of the Parties: Attn : Fax no : Tel no. IF to the NHAl Attn : Fax no Tel no.

273 National Highways Aurl?o~.it?. of India Request for P~oposal I'ART-Ill: Non Technical Scheduler - IF lo [lie Concessionaire :.Atto : Fax no Tel no. The tintice pursi~nt 1121-eto will be deemed to have been received on tlie date \vheli such nolice is in fact received by the addressee. Each of :he Parties shall b~. notice in writing designate their respective authorised rsprescnta~i\.es through \riiom only all com~nunicatio~is shall be made. A i'a1-t) hel-eto shall be entitled to remove and/or substitute or ~nake fresh appointment oi' its such authorised representative by simiiar notice Original Document This Azree~iient is made in three counterparts, each of which shall be deemed to be an ori~inal. IN WITXESS \\'HEREOF THE PARTIES HERETO HAVE PU'f THEIR HANDS HEREUYTO ON THE DAY. MONTH AND YEAR FIRST ABOVE WRl'ITEN FOR COSCESSIO\'AIRE FOR GOVT. OF (Name of tile State) Name : Title: Name: Title: Pursuant to the resolution passed bt tlie Board of Directors of the Concessionaire In this behalf on the... day of FOR NH.41 BY: A Page : R-5 2

274 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules Na~lie : 'Title: - In tlie presence of: I. Paae : R-I3

275 .= SAFETY REQUIREMENTS 1.1 Safety of road users and Project workers is a vital requirement which the.i Concession Agreement. Concessionaire has to attend during the Concession Period under the 2. SAFETY STANDARDS 2.1 Objective The objective of safety standards is to provide safe travel to the drivers of vehicles plying on the Project Highway at all times of the day, throughout the year and provide protection to the Project workers when they are on the work. This Schedule delineates the safety standards in terms of construction zones, signs and safety measures in work zones and during normal operations The guiding principles for safety measures shall include (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) warning to the drivers unambiguously and sufficiently in advance of the situation on the highway; providing clear demarcation for movement of vehicles; providing devices to guide the drivers and their movements through construction zones/lane closures/traff~c diversions etc. protection to Project workers on work site. 2.2 Construction zone In order to plan and provide appropriate traffic management and safety measures, it is necessary to appreciate the concept of a construction zone. A construction zone can be defined as an area of the highway which involves the conflict of the right of use between the road users and authority responsible for the maintenance /improvement of the highway. From traffic safety point ofview,-& construction zone comprises four sub-zones (shown in Figure-1) as described hereinunder: Advance Warning Sub-Zone The advance warning sub-zone is meant to prepare the driver for an alert behaviour part of an! traffic control system. The yarning '?,,.. --,... S- 1 I -

276 prepare the driver well in advance by providing information regarding distance, extent and type of hazard ahead so that he can gradually reduce the speed of his vehicle. The information in this sub-zone is conveyed mostly through a series of traffic signs along its length Transition Sub-Zone The transition sub-zone is the area in which the traffic is steered and guided into and out of the diverted path around the work sub-zone. This is the most crucial sub-zone from safety point of view since most of the movements are turning movements. The trait in this sub-zone is mostly taken across with the help of barricades and channelizers. U Work Sub-zone This is the actual area where construction or maintenance activity is taking place and the main concern, therefore, is the safety of the workers at the site from the plying traffic. The path of the traffic must, therefore, be very clearly delineated to avoid intrusion of vehicles moving into the work area. The work sub-zones shall not be close to each other and the distance between the two work sub-zones shall be such that the flow of traffic can return to normal stream by permitting fast moving traffic to overtake slow moving vehicles. These distances shall prefer'ably be 2 km on urban sections and 5 to 10 km on rural sections of the highway. The length of work subzones wiil vary. The length of warning and transition sub-zones shall be basically governed by the speed of approaching vehicles and shall be regulated as shown in table S-1 below: Table S-1: Recommended Length of Construction Zones Average Speed Length of Length of Length of Work (kph) Advance Warning Transition Sub- Sub-zone (m) Sub-Zone (m) - Zone (m) Varies Over The traffic across these sub-zones is guided and taken with the help of v S-2 I-

277 2.2.4 Terii~itzafion Sub-Zone An information sign board shall be erected to inform road users of rhe end of Construction Zone. 2.3 Traffic Control Devices Traffic control devices in the construction zones perform the crucial task of warnins, - informing and alerting the driver apart from guiding the vehicle movements so that the driver of the vehicle as well as the workers on site are protected and safe passage to the traffic is possible. u The primary trafic control devices used in work sub-zones are signs, delineators barricades, cones, pylons, pavement markings, flashing lights etc. They shall be suck that they are easily understood without any confusion, are clearly visible during day and night, conform to the prevailing speeds in immediate vicinity, stable agains: sudden adverse weather conditions and are easy in installation, removal an5 maintenance Signs The construction and maintenance signs fall into the same three major categories viz. regulatory signs, warning signs and guide signs as other traffic signs do. The IRC: (Code of Practice for Road Signs) gives a comprehensive list of traffic signs to which the size, colour and placement of signs shall conform. These signs shall be placed on the left hand side of the road. Fig 2 shows typical positioning of signs. Some of the common type of signs which shall be provided in construction zones are discussed in the following para and shown in Fig Regulatory signs Regulatory signs mean legal restrictions on the traffic. They shall be used only in consultation with the local police and lor authorities. The most common types for use in construction zones are "Do not Enter", "Road Closed", Give Way to Pedestrians", "Speed limit" etc Warning Signs The most common type of warning signs to alert the drivers of the possible iangers

278 "Divided Carriageway Starts", "Divided Carriageway Ends" and "Two Way Traffic" etc. Sometimes it might be advisable to explain these signs with the help of a rectangular definition plate of size appropriate to the size of warning triangle and placed 0.15 m below, from the bottom of the triangle Guide Signs Guide signs in constructiorl zones shall have different background colour than the normal informatoly signs of IRC: These signs shal! have black messages and arrows on yellow (Traffic Yellow of IS: ) background. The commonly used guide signs are : "Diversion", "Road Ahead Closed and "Sharp Deviation of route" etc. '2.3.2 Delineators These channelising devices such as cones, traffic cylinders, tapes, drums are placed in or adjacent to the roadway to guide the drivers along a safe path and to control the flow of traffic. These shall normally be retro-reflectorised for night visibility. IRC: (Recommended Practice for Road Delineators) gives details of some of the delineators. The other delineators are discussed in following paras Traffic Cones and Cylinders Traffic cones shall normally be 0.Sm to 0.75m high and 0.3m to 0.4m in diameter or in,square shape at the base. These are mostly made of plastic or rubber with retro reflectorised red and white band and have suitable anchoring so that they are not easily blown over or displaced, it might be preferable to use double cones, one over the other. The cones shall be placed close enough together to give an impression of the continuity. The spacing shall be 3m (close) to 9m (normal). Larger size cones can be used for high speeds or where more conspicuous guidance is required Drums Empty bitumen drums (made of metal) cut to the required height can be used as channelising devices since they are highly visible, give the appearance of being formidable objects, thereby commanding the respect of the drivers. These drums can also be of plastic which are lighter, easy to transport and store. As delineators, these drums shall be about 0.80 to lm high and 0.30m in diameter. They shall be painted in circumf

279 2.3.3 Barricades I Whenever the traffic has to be restricted from entering the work areas, such as excavations or material storage sites so that protection to workers is provided or there is a need for separating the two way traffic, barricades can be used. The barricades can be portable or permanent type and can be made of wooden planks, metal or other suitable material. The horizontal component facing the traffic is made of 0.30 m wide wooden planks joined together and painted in alternate yellow and white strips of 0.15 m width and sloping down at an angle of 45 degree in the direction of the traffic. Fig. 4 shoivs three types of barricades. Types I and I1 are portable type useful for smal! works and Type I11 is permanent type, suitable for major work areas. Suitable support or ballasting shall be provided so that they do not over turn or are not blown away in - strong winds. In case of a permanen: type barricade, a gate or movable section shall be separately provided to allow the movement of construction/supervision vehicles ' Flagmen In large construction sites, flagmen with flags and sign paddles shall be effectively used to guide the safe movements. The flags for signalling shall be 0.60 m x 0.60 m size, made of a good red cloth and securely fastened to a staffof approximately lm in length. The sign paddles shall conform to IRC: and provided with a rigid handle. i 2.4 Safety & Management Practices Measures for providing safe movement of traffic in some of the most commonly occurring work zones on highways shall be as follows: Detour on Temporary Diversion In the cases of major repairs or reconstruction of cross drainage structures on a highway section, damaged due to flood etc., the traffic may have to pass on a diversion, moving parallel to the highway.

280 A temporary diversion road shali basically satisfy the following requirements : I) it shall have smooth horizontal and vertical profile with smooth vertical and horizontal curves; ii) it shall not get overtopped by flood or drainage discharge under any conditions; iii)it shall have adequate capacity to cater for the diverted traffic; iv)it shall be dust fiee and shall ensure clear visibility at all times of day and night; v) It shall be provided with the required safety standards ; and vi)it shall be provided with suitable barricades to prevent intrusion affecting the movement of the traffic The warning for the construction ahead shall be provided by the sign "Men at Work" about 1 km earlier to the work zone. In addition, a supplementary plate indicating "Diversion 1 km ahead and a sign "Road Closed Ahead" shall be placed. It shall be followed by "Compulsory Turn RightLeft Sign". The "Detour" and "Sharp Deviation" sign shall be used to guide the trac onto the diversion. Hazard markers shall be placed just where the railings for the cross drainage structures on the diversion starts. Figure 5 illustrates a typical arrangement according to the above plan. -_ i Partial Closure of existing two lane Carriageway Such an eventuality will arise only in a special situation where the existing two lanes in use for the main traffic need emergency repairs and the new lanes under construction are not available for diversion of the traffic. It will become necessary to canyout special repairs through partial closure of the existing two lane facility In the said situation care shall be taken that the traffic is guided from the closed lane onto the operating lane without conflicting with the traffic from opposite direction The warning sign for "Men at Work" shall be the first sign to be seen by the drivers of the approaching vehicles. This sign shall have supplementary plate also showing the distance of work zone. The next warning sign shall be for the "Road Narrowing" (depending upon the lane closure). Compulsory "Keep Right" or "Keep Left" sign depending upon the situation shall be provided at the beginning of the transition zone and taper. The poht from where the traffic from its normal path, the channel for traffic shall be clearly S-6

281 marked with the aid of painted drums or traffic cones. The spacin~ of :hese coiles andlor drums shall be about 9 m or closer as per site requirement "The traffic lane or carriageway closed sign shall also be provided at barricades along with "Keep RightLeEr" sign. A typical layout of signs for a two lane carriageway having one lane closure is shown in Figure Closure for Work on one side Carriageway of a 4 lane divided carriageway The first sign shall be for the "Men at Work" alongwith distance plate for construction zone. Thereafter the sign for "Road Narrowing" shall be provided, followed by the signs for lane closure one after another. This shall be followed by sign for compulsory "Keep rightleft (depending upon site situation).the sign for the "Closure of carriageway" along with that for "keep Left/Rightn shall be provided at the point from where the vehicle is expected to change the lane for the diversion. The sign for the "Diversion to the other carriageway" shall be provided between the "Carriageway Closure" sign and the median gap. The sign for "Sharp Diversion of Route" along with compulsory "Turn rightnew shall be provided at the location where the gap in median opening starts and trafic is expected to get diverted to the other carriageway. The warning signs for "Turo way traffic" alongwith the plate indicating the distance upto which the two way trafic is allowed, shall bt placed at the median which shall be to the left of the moving traffic. Cones or painted drums shall be placed for delineation, starting from the sign location for "Carriageway Closed". A Typical arrangement is shown in Figure Carriageway Repairs When the work is of small magnitude, to be done in the middle of the carriageway, such as minor repairs of potholes, cracks and patches, then the trafic control measures shall mainly consist of providing cautionary signs of "Men at Work", about 500m before the work zone for the approaching vehicle and other cautionary sign of "Road Narrows", shall be placed at loom ahead of work area. Regulatory sign of "Keep LeftlRight" shall be placed at the commencement point of the work zone and next to the barriers for the approachihg vehicles. Movable type of barriers shall also be placed on both sides of the work area. Cones or drums shail be placed at suitable interval to.demarcate the work area. The "Work Zone Ends" sign shall be installed 120nA,,-;...;.;:,.>,.-. - work area. If the operation is to continue during.,... ;<....,...,/ >.!... I, _ :,.<<,,:,; S-7

282 necessary lighting arrangements with flashing lights shall be provided. A Typical arrangement is shown in Figure Construction of New Carriageway Urban Section of the Project Highway a) The service roads on either side together with side drains shall be constructed initially. During this period the main traffic shall use the existing two lane carriageway. The construction traffic in the work zone shall be safely brought out from the main stream traffic by erecting appropriate signs at the beginning of the work site. Also on return it will be amalgamated with the mainstream trafic by erecting appropriate signs at the end of the work site. It!hall be ensured that there shall be identified entry and exist points duly designed so that haphazard entry or exit of construction traffic is avoided. Conflicting turning movements shall be avoided. Fig. 9 illustrates the safety measures taken during construction stage-i in urban sections. b) On completion of the Stage-I, the main traffic shall be diverted on their respective directions on to the newly constructed service roads and the additional four lanes shall be constructed (2 lanes on each side) of the existing carriageway duly including the 1.5m wide central median. During this stage, position of different signs1 delineatorsharricades to ensure safety of workers and road uses shall be as illustrated in fig. 10. c) On completion of the divided 4 lane carriageway of the project highway, the main traffic from the service roads shall be restored on them and informatory signs shall be installed as illustrated in fig Rural Section of the Project Highway In rural section the new 2 lane carriageway and the central median shall be constructed eccentric to the Centre line of the existing carriageway. During this construction phase, the existing two lane carriageway shall be used furthe main trafic. The construction trafic using the existing highway shall be guided on to the work zone and allowed to return to the main traffic stream safely. For this purpose identified exist and entry points duly designed shall L.5 provided. It shall ensure against haphazard entry or exist of the Constructiorl Traffic to/from the existing highway. Conflicting turning movements of the Construction traffic shall be avoided. During this phase, signlbarricading shall

283 On completion of the new 2 lane carriageway and th'e median throughout, the traffic on the existing highway shall be diverted on it and the strengthening of the existing 2 lanes and adding paved shoulder to it shall be taken up. Layout of signs and safety measures for this construction phase shall be as illustrated in fig Safety Measures During Normal Operation Introduction Parking of vehicles on the carriageways leads to accidents many a times, further, the fortuitous vehicle and/or debris on the carriageway are the cause of further accidents besides obstructing the smooth flow of the traffic For smooth and normal flow of the traffic on the project highway, the actions stated hereinunder in would be taken for the normal operation of the Prgject Highway Highway Patrol Highway Patrolling shall be done to ensure safe, uninterrupted and smooth traffic flow so that : (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) no parking of a vehicle on any of the divided carriageway takes place at anytime; Immediate assistance is provided to accident victims and their rescue as per clause of the Concession Agreement. Minor debris and stalled vehicles are removed from carriageway within an hour's time; In the incident of traffic congestion, adequate measures shall be taken to mitigate the same in maximum one hour's time and the approaching traffic is duly cautioned about it Safety, Vehicle Breakdown and Accident In case of unsafe -. condition, vehicle breakdowns and accidents, the Concessionaire shall follow the relevant operating procedures, which shall include the setting up of temporary traffic cones and lights as well as the removal of obstruction and debris expeditiously as per clause of the Concession Agreement The Concessionaire shall ensure that any diversion or interruption of traffic is remedied without delay as per clause of the Concession Agreement..- fi!&,,.l_.-_:,ll_.. s-9 1-

284 2.6 Safety Measures During Concession Period During the Concession Period or extension thereof as per the Concession Agreement many activities are involved at different stages and at various periods in respect of construction, operation and maintenance of the Project Highway. Safety of the road users and the Project workmen at site is of paramount importance and obligatory for the Concessionaire throughout the said period In Energency arising on account of Force Majeure due to nature or administrative reasons especial safety measures may be called for the traffic and/or the workmen at site to be taken by the Concessionaire The following principles shall be kept in view in Emergency situations eom safety considerations: Where part width of the existing 2 lane carriageway is envisaged to be used for passage of two way trafiic, paved shoulders shall be used on the side on which work is not proposed. A maximum of one lane (3.5 m wide) closure shall be allowed for a short duration depending on the extent on Emergency At the points where traffic is to deviate from its normal path, the channel for traffic shall be clearly marked with the aid of pavement markings or other similar device as directed by the Independent Consultant. At night the passage shall be delineated with lamps or lanterns or any suitable light source On the approach of any type of closure suitable regulatory/warning signs as approved by the Independent Consu!tant shall be installed for guidance~of road users. At least two signs shall be put up one lose to the carriageway where transition of carriageway begins and the other 120 m ahead. The signs shall be of approved design and,of reflectory type as directed by Independent Consultant The Concessionaire shall ensure that safety standards specified in this schedule are strictly complied with in the event of any lane closure or diversion of traffic. 2.7 Safety of Project workmen at Site Safety of the Project Workers at site during duty hours is the responsibility of the Concessionaire. It shall be ensured by him that safety measures appropriate for the job a workman performs shall be provided Also, safety measures against accidents of the Workers by the traffic using the highway and/or diversions*shall be taken. The Concessionaire shall provide

285 helmets 2nd protective chest vests to its workmen at site and make it compulsory for them to wear the same The Concessionaire shall insure all the Project Workers against accident Labour Laws in force shall be followed. 2.8 Safety Requirements Safety of Road users and workers on the Project Highway during its Construction, Operation and Maintenance is obligatory and the Concessionaire shall be hlly responsible to discharge it in terms of the Concession Agreement including its Schedules In case of emergency situations the Concessionaire shall take action(s) for the safety of the road users and the workers as required by the site conditions immediately without waiting for consultation with the Independent Consultant and/or MORTH because any delay in it will not absolve the Concessionaire of its responsibilities under the Concession Agreement including its Schedules breach by the Concessionaire of its obligations in respect of the safety standards shall be dealt with in terms of clause of the Concession Agreement.

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297 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-111: Non Technical Schedules CRlTERlA FOR LIST OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS Selection of tlie Chartered Accountants for a mutually agreed list shall consist of tlie followitig steps : I. Shortlisting of Chartered Accountants by tlie NHAI 2. Issue of Letter of Invitation (LoI) along with Terms of Reference to shorlisted Chartered Accountants. 3. Evaluation of Technical Proposal and selection of maximum of 15 (fifteen) Chartered Accountants. 4. Forwarding list oi I5 (fifteen) Chartered Accountant? to Concessionaire to select a iiiaximum of 10 (ten). SELECTION COMMITTEE FOR SHORTLISTING A Selection Committee shall do the selection; the members of this committee shall be nominated by the NHAI. 1. Sl~ortlisting by NHAI For shortlisting. NHAI shall advertise for Expression of Interest (Eol) to sen? as Statutory Auditol-st Chartered Accountants for the ongoing National Highnay (NH-(NH NO.)) improvement project. The Eol will ask for summary information 011 ; Numbel- of Partners and Professio~ial Staff Experience of tlie firm on roads projects Presence in lndia and in the region Experience of the firm on other similar work in otiier sectors 2. Request for Technical Proposal The request for technical proposal shall be sent to the shortlisted firms. This shall include a Terms of Reference (TOR) besides information (Data Sheet) to tlie firms. It shall contain the guidelines for the preparation and submission of technical proposals by the firms. The TOR shall include the following details : I. Project background

298 National Higliways Authority of India Request for P!.oposal I'AR7'-Ill: Non Technical Sclieduies 2. Objectives 3. Scope of services 4. Interaction with Nl-IAI 5. Reporting require~nent 6. Performance clause 7. Consultant's Proposal 8. Period of Services j Evaluation of Technical Proposal The technical proposals received from shortlisted firnls shall be evaluated based on the fol!o\ving : e Specific experience of the firm related to the assi~nment Adequacy of the proposed \+cork plan and methodology in response to the TOR Qu3lifications and conipetence ofthe key stafrfor the assisnment.

299 National Higli\va!s Aulliorily of lndia Request for Proposal - PART-Ill: No11 Technical Schedules SUBSTETUTION AGREEMENT SCHEDULE U THIS SUB5TlTUI'ION AGREEMENT is made at New Dellli on this the day of BET\\'EE\ I. THE Nntiot~al liigl~\vays Autl~ority of ludia a statittory body constituted under the provisions of the National Highways Authority of India Act, 1988, and having its PI-incipnl oflice at C-5&6. Sector 10, Dwarka, New Delhi (hereinafter referled to as "NHAI" which expression shall utlless repugnant to the context or meaning therefir include its successors and assigns), LIMITED, a colnpany incorporated under the provisions of the AND Cotnpaniss Act, 1956 and having its Registered Office at herein referred to as the "Concessionaire" which expression sl~all unless repugnant to the context or meaning thereof include it successors atid assigns), 3. ; a Bank constititted under and WHEREAS lia\,in~ it: registel-ed office at acting for itself and for and on bellalf ofthe Ssnior Lenders listed in Schedule I hereto (hereinafier referred to as the "Lendsrs Agent"). (NHAI, the Concessiotlaire and the Lenders Agent are hereinafter collectively referred to as the "Parties" and individually are hereinafter referred to as "Party") A. By the Concession Agreement daed... entered into between the NHAI and the Concessionaire. NHAI has granted to the Concessionaire the Concession for 3-laning of (Name of the Project) ir, the State of (Name of the State). India 011 Build. Operate and Transfer (BOT) basis subject to and on the

300 National Highways Authority of India Request for Propsal PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules terms, conditions and covenants set forth in the said Concession Agreement or forming part thereof. B. With a view to heip facilitate obtaining of financing for the said Project by the Concessionaire so as to enable the Concessionaire to build, operate and maintain the same pursuant to and in accordance with the Concession Agreement, the Parties have agreed subject to the terms and conditions of the Concession Agreement and the Financing Documents, that the Senior Lenders shall have the right to substitute the Concessionaire by a Selectee for the residual period of the Concession in the circumstances and on the terms, conditions and covenants mentioned herein below. C. As a condition to making any disbursement pursuant to the Financing Documents, the Senior Lenders have required and it is deemed necessary and expedient to record the terms, conditions and covenants of the above agreement between the Parties. D. The Senior Lenders have appointed and nominated the Lenders Agent to act for and on their behalf inter alia, for the purpose of executing this Agreement. NOW THEREFORE THE PARTIES HITHERTO HEREBYAGREE AND THIS AGREEMENT EZWESSES AS FOLLOWS: ARTICLE 1 DEFINITIONS 1.1 For the purpose of this Agreement, the following terms shall have the meanings hereinafter respectively assigned to them : "Concession" means the bundle of rights, obligations and covenants of the Concessionaire under and as set forth in the Concession Agreement "Concession Agreement" means the Concession Agreement dated... entered into between NHAI and the Concessionaire granting the Concession to the Concessionaire in respect of the Project Highway and includes without limitation any amendments thereto made in accordance with the provisions contained in this behalf therein. Page : U-2

301 Nalional Highways Au!horily of India Request for Prcposal PART-III: Non Technical Schedules "Event of Default" means occurrence orany of the follo\~ing events : (i) A Material Bieach by the Concessionaire or'the Concession Agreemcn:, 01 the occurrence of a Concessionaire Event of Default as defined in the Concession Agreement. (ii) (iii) A material default in payment by the Concessionaire to all or any oi tlie Seniol- Lenders under the Financing Documenls. of any t\\o instalments, either of principal or interest or both, due and payable by it on account of Lenders Dues. Any event of default under or breach 01" any of the terms of any of tlie Financing Documents or Project Agreements cancel-ning the Project u!lich in the sole opinion of the Lenders Agent is material or inajor and nhicl~ may seriously affect the ability of the Concessionaire to meet ils pahrnent obligations to the Senior Lenders under the Financing Documents or to design, engineer, construct, complete, operate and maintain the Prqiect Highway pursuant to and in accordance with the Concession Agreemeti: "Financial Assistance" means the loans, advances and other funding assistance including any syndicated1 participation facility provided to the Concessionairs by the Ssnior Lenders as set forth in Schedule I1 hereto for financing tlis whole 0:- nliy pait of the Prqiect Cost, "Financing Documents" means the docil~nents executed to be r\eiuted L..- rlic Concessionaire or enteredlto be entered into by the Concessionaire I\ ith the Sznior Lenders andlor the Lenders Agent in respect of the Financial Assistance atid include loan agreements, guarantees, notes, debentures, bonds and other secilrity agreements and other docu~nents relating to the Financial Assistance and brief particulars whereof are set forth in Schedule 11 hereto in relation to each Senior Lender "Lenders Agent" means... a Bank established under.. the provlslons of the... and having its principal office at.... and any replacement thereof appointed by ail the Senior Lenders, inter alia, on the condition that as security for the Financial Assistance the!. shall have the right to seek transfer and assign~nent of the Concession

302 National Highways Authority of India Request fbr Proposal PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules Agreement including tlie Concession in accordance \\~i~il the provisions of this Agreement "Lenders Certificate" shall have the meaning ascribed thereto in Clause 2.2(b). 1.I.8 "Lenders Dues" means tlie aggregate of all monies owned by the Concessionaire to the Senior Lenders under the Financing Boculnents on account of principal thereunder for funding the Project Cost, and all accrued icitel-est, additional interest, liquidated damages, commitment fees, commission. prepayment premium, costs. charges and other monies including financing charges and fees owned by the Concessionaire to the Senior Lenders for the Project up to the Transfer Date. pa:able under the Financing Documents "Notice of Default" shall have tlie meaning ascribed thereto in Clause 2.2(a) I.I.I0 "Proposal" shall have the meaning ascribed thereto in Clause 3.l(iii). 1.1.I 1 "Project Agreements" means this Agreement, the Concession Agreement and other agreements and contracts entered into by the Concessionaire with NHAI and others relating to the Project and brief particulars whereof are set forth in Schedule Ill hereto "Project Cost" means the total capital cost of the Project up to the COD as approved by the Senior Lenders. 1.1.I 3 "Senior Lenders" means the financial institutions, trusts, funds, banks and sucll othsr persons \vho have provided or agreed to provide the finance to the Concessionaire under any of the Financing Docu~nents for meeting all or any part of the Total Project Cost and who hold pari passu charge on the Project Assets "Selectee" means a new Concessionaire proposed by the Senior Lenders pursuant to this Agreement and approved by NHAI for substituting the Concessionaire for the residual period of the original Concession by amendment of the Concession Agreement or by execution of a fresh Concession Agreement "Substitution Notice" means the notice given by the Lenders Agent pursuant to Clause 2.2 (c) of this Agreement. 1.7 The \\,ords and expressions beginning with or in capital letters used in this Agreement not defined in the Concession Agreement, shall have, unless repugnant

303 National Highways Autliorily of India Request for Proposal - PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules 10 the conlext. the meanings respectively assigned to the111 in the Concession Agreement. 1.3 in this Agreement unless the context otherwise requires : a) any reference to a statutory provision shall include such provision as is from time to time modified or re-enacted or co~isolidated so far as such ~nodification or re-enactment or consolidatio~i applies or is capable of applying to any transactions entered into hereunder: b) tlie u'ords importing singular shall include plural and vice versa, and words denoting natural persons sliall include partnerships, lirms, companies, corporations, joint ventures, trusts, associations. organisations or other entities (whether or not having a separate legal cntity); C) the headings are for convenience of reference only and shall not be used in and shall not affect tlie construction or interpretation orthis Agreement; d) terms beginning with capital letters and defined in this Agreement shall have the meanings ascribed thereto herein; e) tlic words "i~iclude" and "including" are to be construed u'ithout limitation; f) any reference to a "day" shall mean reference to a calendar day; g) any reference to "~nonth" shall mean reference to a calendar month; 11) tlie Schedules io this Agreement form an integral part of this Agreement and will be in full force and effect as though they \\.ere expressly set out in the body of this Agreement; i) any reference at any time to any agreement, deed, instrument, licenc- or docu~iient of any description shall be construed as reference to that agreement, deed, instrument, licence or other document as amended, varied, supplemented, modified or suspended at the time of such reference provided that this clause shall not operate so asio increase the liabilities or obligations of NHAl hereunder or pursuant hereto in any manner whatsoever; j) references to Rrecitals,Articles, Clauses, Sub-clauses, Paragraphs, Annexures. Appendices or Schedules shall, except where tlie context

304 National Highways Authority of India Reques for Proposal I'ART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules otherwise requires, be deemed to be references to Rrecirals, Articles, Clauses, Sl~b-clauses. Paragraphs. Annexures. Appendices or Schedules of this Agreement. k) any agreement, consent, approval, au~horisation. proposal, notice, ~01ii11iu1iicatio1l. infor~ilation or report required under or pursuant to this Agreement from or by any Party or Senior Lender(s) shall be valid and effectual only if it is in writing under the hands of duly autliorised representative of sucli Party or the Senior Lender(s). as the case may be, in this behalf and not othenvise; and I) any reference to any period commencing "from'' a specified day or date and "[ill" or "t~ntil" a specified day o~.date sliall include both days or dates. ARTICLE 2 SUBSTITUTION OF THE CONCESSIONAIRE BY A SELECTEE 2.1 NHAI hereby irrevocably agrees to substitute the Concessionaire by a Selectee (selected by the Senior Lenders in accordance with the provisions of this Aqreement and approved by NHAI) by amendment of the Co~icession Agreement or by execution of a fresh Concession Agreement in favour of the Selectee for the purpose of securing the payments of the Lenders Dues. provided that nothing contained herein shall entitle the Senior Lenders to operate the Concession themselves as a Concessionaire under and in accordance with Concessionaire Agreement either individually or collecti\,ely. 2.2 (a) The Lenders Agent shall notify by a notice in writing to the Concessionaire, with a copy thereof simultaneously to NHAI, about the occurrence of an Event of Default and requiring the Concessionaire to remedy and cure such default within 30 (thirty) days from the date of delivery of such notice to -- -,he Concessionaire (the "Notice of Default"). The Notice of Default shall be accompanied by the Lenders Certificate as mentioned belo%.

305 National Hishways Aulhority of India * Requc~ for Propod I'ART-Ill: Non Techn~cal Schedula (b) A certifica~e under the hands of an authorised officer of the Lenders Agent annexed to the Notice o f Defauit ceriifying - (i) (ii) the occurrence of an Event of Default. and the Lenders Dues. (the "Lenders Certificate") shall be conclusive evidence of ch-zurrence?f sucli Event of Default and of such Lenders Duej. Such Lenders Certificate shall be final. conclusi\,e and binding upon the Conc~ssiorzi~-e for the purposes of this Agreement and the Financinz Documents. (c) NHAI and the Concessionaire hereby irrevocably afree that rlie i,ende.- Agent may within 30 (thirty) da!,s of the date of deli\.ery of ti..? Notice cf Eefault to the Concessionaire and \*,itiiout prejudice!o any crhsr right rr remedy available to the Senior Lenders under the Financinz Documen:r. notify NHAl and the Concessionaire on behalf of all the Senior Lenders about the Senior Lenders' decision to invite, neso1i3ts and prszure offers. eitl?er through private negotiations or public auction or PI-ocess dtenderin: for the residual period of the Concession, for exercise of thi. rights act obligations of tlie Concessionaire under the Concession Agreanent, by 2 Selectee. subject to the approval of sucli Selectee by SHAI (+<: "Substitution Notice"j. (d) Upon assu~iiption by the Selectee of the liabilit? and obligtiisns of ii;s Concessionaire under the Financing Documents and the Concessi~r. Agreement including obligation to pay any sums then due snt payable r? NHAI under the Concessio~i Agreement, NHAI shall grant the Concessicr. to the Selectee on the same terms and conditions for tlie residud period cf.. the original Concession, by amendment of Concessisn Agreezznt or. I: required by the Lenders Agent by a separate agreement with the Selectee The Lenders Agent shall apply in the selection of the folio\vin~ criteria : (i) the Selectee shall be capable of properly discharging the duties. obligations and liabilities of the Concessionaire under the Concession Agreenlent;

306 National Highways Aulhority ot-india Request for Proposal - I'Aln'-Ill: Non Technical Scheduies (ii) (iii) (iv) the Selectee shall provide security to the satisfaction of Senior Lenders for repaymenl of the Lendel-s Dues; tlie Selectee sliall liave the capability and sliall unconditionally consent to assuliie the liability for the payment and discharge of dues of the Concessionaire to NHAI under and in accordance with tlie Concession Agreement and of Lender's Dues upon terms and conditions as agreed to with tlie Senior Lenders ; tlie Selectee shall have the networth, experience and technical equity parameters as set forth in the Concession Agreement or prescribed hy NHAI thereunder in respect of the Concessionaire or as relaxra subsequently by NI-IAI: i tlie Selectee shall have not been in breach of any agreement between the Selectee and NliAI : and (vi) any other appropriate circumstance, whereby continuity in the performance of the Concessionaire's obligations under the Concession Agreement is maintained and the security in favour of Senior Lenders under the Financing Documents is preserved. 2.4 At any time prior to the acceptance of the Selectee by NHAI pursuant to this Agreement, the NH41 may require the Lenders Agent to satisfy NHAI as to the eligibility of tlie Selectee and tlie decision of the NHAI in this behalf (\vhich sliall be reasonable), shall be final. conclusive and binding on the Senior Lenders and the Selectze. ARTICLE 3 MODALITY FOR SUBSTITUTION 3.1 The following modalities shall be applicable to any substitution of the Concessionaire by the Selectee pursuant to this Agreement : (i) The Lenders Agent may invite, negotiate or procure offers either through private negotiations or public auction or process of tender or otherwise for the substitution of the Concessionaire by the Selectee:

307 Nalional Highways Aulhorily of India Request for Proposal PAII1'-Ill: Non Technical Schedules -- (ii) The Lendel-s Agent shall on behalf of the Senior Lenders propose to NHAI pi~~suant to sub-clause (iii) below. the name of tlie Selectee tbr acceptance and shall apply as necessary to NHAl for : a) grant to the Selectee (as substitute fo~ tlie Concessionaire) the right to build, construct, complete. maintain, and operate the Project High\\,ay under and in accordance with and subject to and on tlie ierms and conditions setforth in the Concession Agreemenr. b) anieridment of the Concession Agreement so as to grant to (lie Selectee on the sanie terms and conditions, the residual period of tlie Concession under original Concess~on Agreement, C)!he execution of a new Substitution Ag~eetnent Ivitl? the ;:.oposed Selectee for the residual period of Concession on the sanis ternis and conditions. and (iii) The Lenders Agent on behalf of the Senior Lenders shall be entitled. within a period of 120 (one hundred twenty) days from tlie date of delivery to NHAl of tlie Substitution Notice pursuant to Clause 2(c) above. to select and propose to NHAl for its approval a Selectee (tlie "Proposal"). The Proposal of the Lenders Agent pursuant to this sub-clause (iii) shall contain tlie pa~ticulars and information in respect of the Selectee. the Lendsrs Dues and ollier data and infornlation, all as prescribed in Scliedule I \ Ihereto. LVitliout prejudice to tlie foregoing the Lenders Agent apes and itndcl-takes to provide to XHAI such further and other information 2nd sucli clai-ifications in respect of any data, particr~lars or information fi~rnished p~11-sua11t hereto by the Lenders Agent as NHAl niay reasonably require. NHAl shall convey its approval or otherwise of such Proposal, including of Selectee, in its sole discretion within 60 (sixty) days of (a) the date of receipt of the Proposal by NHAI, or (b) tlie date when last of funher and other informatio~i and such clarifications in respect of any data, paniculars or information co~nprised in the Proposal, have been provided by the Lenders Agent to NHAI. whichever is later. It is expressly agreed that the Proposal shall be accompanied by an unconditional undertaking of the Selectee tliat it shall upon approval by NHAl ofthe Proposal including the -

308 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules Selectee, observe, comply with, perform and fulfill the terms, conditions and covenants of the Concession Agreement which according to its terms are required to be observed, complied \i,ith, performed and fulfilled by Concessionaire thereunder on the footing as il such Selectee were tlie Concessionaire under the Concession Agreement and shall be liable for and shall assume. discharge and pay the NHAl Dues and the Lenders Dues to the Senior Lenders under and in accordance with the Financing Documents. Upon approval of the Proposal including of the Selectee by NHAI, such Selectee shall become the SelecteelConcessionaire hereunder. (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) NHAl shall, upon its satisfaction of the eligibility of the Selectee and in accordance \\,it11 the provisions of this Agreement and subject to the p~~\,isio~is of Sub-clause jv) below proceed to substitute the Concessiotiairc by tlie Selectee by aliiendinent of the Coticession Agreement or by executioli of fresh Agreement or such other writing as NHAl may reasonably require on the same terms and conditions for the residual period of the Concession in favour of the Selectee. Tlie substitution as aforesaid shall be subject to the Selectee, obtaining requisite Indian Government I Government of... approvals, clearances and permissions necessary for operating the Concession under and in accordance with the Concession Agreement. Tlie objection if any of NHAl to the substitution as aforesaid shall be reasoned and be made after hearing the Lenders Agent, provided however, that in the event of a refusal as stated above, the Lenders Agent may propose another Selectee. In the event that no objection is raised with respect to the Selectee by NHAl within the period set forth in sub-clause (iii) above, tlie Selectee shall be deemed to have been accepted by NHAI. NHAl shall, subject to the provisions of Sub-clause (v) above, grant the CoRCession for the residual period within 15 days of its acceptanceldeemed acceptance of the Selectee. The substitution as aforesaid, pursuant to the security interest hereby created in favour of the Senior Lenders, shall be deemed to be complete

309 National liighways Authorily of India Request for Proposal PART-Ill: Nun Technical Schedules only upon the Selectee as thc new Concessionaire accepting and complying u1itii tlie ternis and conditions stipulated in the Concessiori Agreement. (viii) (ix) Tlie decision of tlie Senior Lenders and NI-IAI in tlie selection of tlie Selectee sliall be final and binding on the Concessionaire and sliall be deenied to have been made with the concurrence of tlie Concessionaire and tlie Concessionaire hereby expressly waives all rights to objects to or cliailenge such selection of tlie Sele~tee on any ground wliatsoeve~. KO third party sl~all have the right to question the decision of the Senio~ LendersILenders Agent and NHAI. All actions of the Ltnders Agent hereunder shall be deenied to be on behalf of the Senior Lenders, and be binding upon the~n. Tlie Lenders Agent is authol-ised to receive payliient of compensation, payment to cure default and any ot11e1- payments and consideration for transfer in accordance wit11 the Substitution Notice and the Financing Docu~nents and give valid discharge on behalf of all Senior Lenders. 3.2 The terms and conditions for substitution of the Concessionaire by the Selectee sliall be proposed by the Senior Lenders thrcugh the Lenders Agent to tlie NHA!. on the occul-rence of an Event of Default and continuance thereof for six months but atleast 2 months prior to the anticipated datc of substitution as aforesaid for the residua! period of the Concession. 3 The Concessionaire hereby irrevocably agrees and waives any right to challenge tlie Senioi- Lender's decision to apply to NHAI for substitution as aforesaid and neither the Concessionaire nor NHAI shall be entitled to prevent tlie Lenders Agent from proceeding to seek such a substitution of tlie Concessionaire b!. Selectee as hereinbefore provided. The Concessionaire agrees and confirms that the Concessionaire shall not have any right to seek re-valuation of the Concessionaire's assets and the Concession Agreement including the Concession. otherwise than as contracted in the Financing Documents while the NHAI pertnits substitution as hereinbefore provided, pursuant to the Lenders Agent's request. The Parties acknowledge that the rights of the Senior Lenders hereunder are irrevocable and shall not be contested in any proceedings before any court of authority and the Concessionaire sliall have no right or remedy to prevent. obstruct, injunct or --

310 National Hieh\r*ays Authority of India Request for Pmwsal I'ART-111: Non Technical Schedules reslrain NHAl andlor the Senior Lenders from effecting or causing the substitution as aforesaid. 3.4 Where no suitable Selectee can be found by the Lenders Agent, or where NHAl shall decide to take over khe Concessio. then NHAI shall advise the Lenders Agent of all steps it proposes to take under the Concession Agreenient for determination of Termination Payments thereof. 3.5 (i) If NHAI decides to substitute the Concessionaire by any other person (NHAI Nominee), it shall take into account the Setiior Lender's Dues while considering offers from juch persons and shall include a suitable condition as agreed to by the Lenders Agent on behalf of the Senior Lenders for paylilent or take over of such dues by such NHAINnominee to the extent agreed by the Lenders Agent while substituting the Concessionaire by the NHAl Nominee. The NHAl Nominee shall similarly be bound to execute a supplementarylfresh Substitution Agreement on the sane terms and conditions as provided herein. (ii) Notwithstanding anything contained in Clause 3.4 and this Clause 3.5, NtiAI shall not be required to take over, upon Termination of the Concession Agreement including the Concession, the liabilities representing the Lender's Dues save and except to the extent of Termination Payments due and payable upon such Termination under the Concession Agreement. In such an event NHAI's obligation shall be limited to assumption of such liabilities and payliielit of dues as NHAI has agreed to bear under the Concession Agreement Nothing contained in these presents shall mean or be interpreted as provision of any guarantee or surety by NHAI and it is expressly agreed that NHAl has not -_ provided any surety, guarantee or counter guarantee whether directly or indirectly for the recovery of amount of Financial Assistance advanced by the Senior Lenders to the Concessionaire. '6 Page : ['-I2

311 National Highways Authorily of India, Request for Proposal PART-111: Non Technical Schedules INTERlR4 PROTECTlON OF SERVICE AND PRESERVATION OF SECURITY 4.1 In the evelit of the Senior Lenders notifying NHAl and the Concessionaire of the Event of Default (and the Concessionaire having not.cured the default for a period of 30 days) or in special circumstances affecting the security of the Senior Lenders. the Senior Lenders shall be entitled to institute protective legal proceedings for a Receivership (tlie "Receiver") to maintain, preserve and protect the assets (other than tlie Concession Agreement including the Concession) held as security by the Senior Lenders provided always that such Receiver shall be NHAI if such assets are in tlie opinion of NHAl necessary and required for the operation and maintenance of the Project High\vay and the Parties hereby consent and agree to \lie same. The Lenders Agent shall in such an event notify NHAI to assume Rcceivership of the assets held as security and NHAl sliall operate and maintain the same pending the substitution of the Concessionaire by the Selectee. In the event NHAl does not assume Receivership and declines the request of the Lenders Agent, the Lenders Agent shall for itself and each of the Senior Lenders, be entitled to seek the appointment of a Court Receiver for the Concessionaire's assets held as security and NHAI shall operate and maintain the same pending substitution as aforesaid and/or the takeover of the Concession Agreement including the Concession and the Project Highway in accordance with the Concession Agreement or this Agreement by the NHAI. All the recei\,ables sliall be deposited by ilie Receiver in the Escrow Account and sliall be dealt with in accordance with the Concession Agreement. The Receiver shall be responsible for protecting the assets inrreceivership and'shall render a true and proper account of the Receivership to the Senior Lenders in accordance with the terms of its appointment. The Receiver shall make best efforts to operate and maintain the Project Highway, in accordance with the obligations of the Concessionaire under the Concession Agreement. Any person other than NHAI may be appointed as Receiver only with tlie prior consent of NHAI. In a declaratory suit for appointment of a Receiver, notwithstanding that no recovery or mortgage suit or any suit or proceeding for enforcement of the Senior Lenders' security under the Financing Doculnents is instituted by the Lenders Agent for itself or the Senior

312 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal I'ART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules Lenders, any action for appointment of NHAl as Receiver or appointment of an Independent Coutl Receiver shall be without PI-ejudice to thc other rights and remedies of NHAI. and of the Senior Lenders under the Financing Docunients. ARTICLE 5 TERMINATION OF THE CONCESSION BY THE NHAI 5.1 If under the Concession Agreenicnt an event occurs \r,liicli shall entitle NHAI to Terminate tlie Concession Agreement, NHAI shall intimate the Senior Lenders prior to exercising of its decision to Terminate the Concession and advise tlie Senior Lenders to ensure the cure of the event which otherwise can result in Termination of the Concession and the Concession Agreement. Such a notice siiall entitle tlie Senior Lenders tc cure any financial or other default oi the Concessionaire \vitliin a period of t\vo months from the date of the notice received from the NHAl failing jvhich NHAl without any further notice to either the Concessionaire or the Lenders AgentJSenior Lenders, shall be entitled to Terminate the Concession Agreement. 5.2 Upo~; receipt of the Notice as referred to in Clause 5.1, intimating occurrence of an even1 ~4iich can entail Termination of the Concession Agreement including tlie Concession. the Senior Lenders sliall be entitled to consider such notice as an Event of Default and may iniiiats steps to invite, negotiate and prccure offers for tlie substitution of tlie Concessionaire by a Selectee in accordance I procedure set forth in this Agreement. ARTICLE 6 SEN 10R LENDERS RIGHT TO RECEIVE TERMINATION PAYMENTS 6.1 h'h.ai and Concessionaire hereb) agree, and confirnl that without prejudice to any other right or remedy, NHAI shall be entitled to deposit the Termination Pa)-nlents into tlie Escrow Account and the Senior Lenders shall be entitled to receive the sams without an) further reference to or consent of the Concessionaire under and in accordance with the Concession.4greement towards the satisfaction of tlie Senior Lenders Dues out of and limited to the sum of Termination Pa~ments worked out under and in accordance with the Concession Agreemen:. The Senior Lenders shall be enritled to a~propriate any consideration received fi~r tlie tlie

313 National Highways Autllol.ily of India Request for Proposal PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules substitution as hereinabove provided from the Selectee towards the payment of their and NHAl's respective dues to the exclusion oithe Concessionaire. 6.2 The Concessionaire hereby nominates, constitutes and appoints the Lenders Agent as its constituted attorney for doing all acts, deeds and things as [nay be required to be done for the substitution o f the Concessionaire by the Selectee pursuant hereto and for receiving consideration for discharge of the Lenders' Dues pursuant to Clause The Concessionaire hereby expressly authorises payment of sums by NHAl on account of Termination Pay~nents into Escrow Account and the Lenders Agent to draw the same therefrom for and on behalf of the account of the Senior Lenders nolwithstanding the pendency of any dispute or objection or claim that the Concessionaire Inlay have against the Senior Lenders and/or NHAI. The deposit by NHAl into the Escrow Account and payment to the Senior Lenders directly or through the Lenders Agent in accordance with this Agreement. made or caused to be made by NHAl shall constitute a valid discharge of its obligation of the payment thereof to the Concessionaire. All such payments shall stand charged to the Senior Lenders under the Financing Documents and shall be receivable by the Lenders Agent from the Escro\\, Account on behalf of the Senior Lenders to the exclusion of any Receiver or Liquidator appointed. ARTICLE 7 GENERAL 7.1 The Parties hereto expressly represent and warrant that they are duly empowered to sign and execute this Agreement and the Lenders Agent is duly and fully authorised by each of the Senior Lenders to enter into this Agreement on their behalf. 7.2 Notices under this Agreement shall be sent to the Addresses first hereinabove mentioned. Any change in the address of any Party shall be duly notified by a registered post acknowledgement due and delivered to the other Parties. 7.3 The expressions "NHAI". the "Concessionaire", the "Senior Lenders" and the "Lenders Agent" herein used shall unless there be anything repugnant

314 National Highways Authol.ity ol'lndia Request for Proposal I'AI<.I'-Ill: Non Technical Schedules to the subject or context include ilieir respective successors. lega! representataves. administrators and prrmitted assipns 7.4 This Agreemen1 shall not be affected by reorganisation of any Senior Lender. Lenders Agent or NHAl and the successor - in interest of such Senior Lender. Lendel-s Agent or NNAl sliall have tlie benefit or this Agreement. 7.5 No amendment, variation or lnodification to this Agreement shall be valid and effectual unless made in writing and executed by the duly authorised representatives of all the Parties hereto. 7.6 All staliip duties or otlier imposts and charges 3s are applicable oii tliis Agreement or on amendment of tlie Concessio~i A~reemen: or execulicn of fiesli Concession Agreement for the purpose of substitution as afoussaid shall be borne by and be to the account of the Coricessionaire. In the eirent of the Senior Lenders making such payment for the time being, it shall be deemed to be a part of the Lenders Dues. 7.7 Tlie Parties hereby expressly agree that for the purpose of giving full and proper effect to this Agreement, tl~e Concession Agreement and this Agreement shall be read together and construed harmoniously. The ternys of tliis Agree~iient shall prevail in the event of any inconsistency with tlie Concession Agreement. 7.S Tlie consultation, reco~iimendation or approval of tlie Lenders Agent under this Agreement shall always be taken as consultation, recommendation or approval of every concerned Senior Lender and each such Senior Lender shall be bound by the same and hereby waives its right to question or dispute the same. 7.9 This Agreement shall be in addition to and shall not be in derogation of the terms ofthe Financing Documents It shall not be necessary for tlie Senior Lenders or the Lenders Agent to enforce or exhaust any otlier remedy available to them before involtin: provisions of tliis Agreement. the

315 National Iiigliways Authority or' India Request for Proposal -- - PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules Any dispute. diffsrencs or claim arising out of or in connection with or in relalion to this Ageemen1 \vliicii is nor resolved a~iiicably sliall be decided finally by reference to arbitration by a Board of Arbitrators comprising of one no~iiinee of each party to the dispuie. Sucli arbitration sliall be held in accordance with tlie Rules of Arbitration of the Indian Council of Arbitration and shall be subject to the provisio~is of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act The Arbitrators sliall issue a reasoned award. The venue of such arbitration shall be Net!, Delhi, India. The Award shall be final and binding on the Panies. The Parties agree and undertake to carry out the Award of [lie Arbitrators (the "Award") without delay. This Ageernen1 and the rishts and obligations of tlie Parties hereunder :hall re~iiain in full force and effect pending tlie Award in any arbitration proceeding hereunder. Tlls Courts in New Delhi alone shall have jurisdiction over all matters arising out of or relating to the arbitration agreement contained herein or proceedings arising out of or relating to the arbitration proceedings thereunder. IN WITNESS WHEREOF THE PARTIES HITHERTO HAVE SET THEIR HANDS HEREUNTO ON THE DAY, MONTH AND YEAR HEREIN ABOVE hientioned. SIGNED AND DELIVERED ON BEHALF OF Bl. : Name : Title : LIMITED Pursi~anto the resolution of its Board of Directors passed at their meeting held on SIGNED AND DELIVERED ON BEHALF OF THE NATIONAL HIGHWAYS AUTHORITY OF INDIA BY: -- Name : Title : SIGNED AND DELIVERED ON BEHALF OF

316 National Highways Autlxority of India Request for Prophsal PAKT-Ill: Non Technic4 Schedules LENDERS AGENT BY: Name : Title :

317 Schedule V VESTING CERTIFICATE National Highways Authority of IndiarNHAI") hereby acknowledges: 1. Compliance and fulfillment by the Concessionaire of the Divestment Requirements set forth in Clause 33.2 of the Concession Agreement in respect of the Project Highway; 2. Receipt of actual possession of the Project Highway from the Concessionaire; and 3. Receipt from the Concessionaire of a certificate confirming that there are no liens or encumbrances whatsoever on the Project Highway including Project Assets; on the basis that upon the issue of this Vesting Certificate, NHAI 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 NHAI free from all encumbrances, charges and liens whatsoever. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained hereinabove, it shall be a condition of this Vesting Certificate that in the event of any defect or deficiency in any of the Divestment Requirements setforth in Clause 33.2 of the Concession Agreement being found or discovered at any time hereafter, nothing contained in this Vesting Certificate shall be construed or interpreted as waiving the obligation of the Concessionaire to rectify and remedy the same and/or relieving the Concessionaire in any manner of the same. Agreed and accepted For NHAl For the Concessionaire By: By: Y Name: Title: Name: Title: Dated: > ', v-l

318 National Hi_eh\vays Authority of India Request for Proposal PAR? -Ill: No:, Technical Schedules SCI3ED ULE W PASSENGER CAR UNIT FACTORS - The equi\,alency fac~or Tor the conversion of different types of vehicles inlo equivalent Passenger Car Units (PCUs) based on their relati\.e intet-fcl-etics \slue sliall be as per the follo\\,inz table:,. Vehicle Type ' Equivalency factor** I Fast Vel~icles I Truck or Bus 3.00 I 1 5. / Truck-trailer. Agricultural Tractor-trailer 4.50 I Slow Vel~icles **- h4otor Cycle or Scooter I'assenget- Car, Pick-up Van or Auto-ricksha\\. Cycle 0.50 I OSO 1.OO Agricultural Tractor, Light Motor Vehicle! 1.50 J Horse-drawn vehicle 4.00 I / Bullock Cart* i 8.00 I * For smaller bullock-carts, a valzre of6 shall be nppropriore. ** Recontniended PCUfactors for ~ariotrs tjpes of vehicles in accordance ivitl? IRC: on "Gt~idelines for Capacity ofroad in R~trl.-llras" -- *** br'hile con~pulir~g the design ser~ice rolumes and the capuciy oihiglz~i~aj.. S/OMJ vehicles (ofthe table) shall not be considered for rlre secfio~rs 1~11ere Service Roads are provided.

319 National Highways Authority of India ReqF for Proposal \PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules SCHEDULE X REPORTING AND RECORD REQUIREMENTS INTROUDUCTION The reporting and recol-ds requirements spelt out hereinunder have been provided in terms of the indicative type of information required. The Indepe~ident Consultant shall determine the following: Format of such reports and record require~nents Sofiware standards Number of copies required * TIielLanguage of the reports and records shall be English 2.0 Part I Reporting Requirements From the date of tlie Concession Agreement until the end of the Concession Period, the Concessionaire shall prepare and submit to the NHAI and lndependent Consultant 1 cop) each of the following Reports1 Docuinentsl Drawings else otherwise stated in the Concession Agreement. A. Design & Construction Staee I A detailed work plan supported with CPMIPERT charts for completion of all project activities related to the Project Highway, at the beginning of the Design Works. Monthly Progress Report: Within 5 Days ofend ofeach month or a part thereof. which falls within the Construction Period, the Concessionaire shall provide to the NHAI and the lndependent Consultant the monthly report, which shall at lean identify the following: Working drawings submitted1 resubmitted to NHAII Independent Consultant &ring the month ended NHAII Independent Consultant's comments there on, if any. Concessionaire's compliance with NHAII Independent Consultant's comments on tlie drawings submitted to NHAII Independent Consultant, during the ~nonrh ended.

320 National Highways Authority of India, Request for PI-oposal \PART-Ill: Nun Technical Schedules * "As built" dra\vings submitted to NHAII Independent Co~isultant during the month ended. Progress of pre-construction activities such as utilily rclocatio~~ and otlie~ obstructions. Concessionaire' co~npliancs with the inspecti011 Report during the month ended. if any. Construction Constraints. Progress data \vith 'S' cur\-es, if applicable; Project Data with contract detail arid sectional completion details. Tests carried out during the month ended, if any; results of these Tests fur~iished to the NHAII Independent Consultant during the month ended, ifany. Reniedial measures taken by the Concessionai~-e on thr basis of these Tests. if' any. Traftic ~iianagemen~ steps undertaken by the Concessionaire during the monlii (particularly 011 the existin: two lanes of the Project high\\;ay). Achievement of a Project milestone (Schedule H) during the month. if any. Th? Concessionaire shall also provide information on delay in achieve~ne~lt of such ~nilestone, if any. Any suspension of t!ie Construction U'orks by NIHAI as per provisions of [he Concession Agreement, if any. The Concessionaire sliall also provide information on reason of such suspension, duration of such suspension and the stcpi undertaken by it to revoke such suspension. Any Change of Scope Yotics issued by NHAI and status thereof: All actual 01- potential dzpartures from the PI-oject Con~pletion Schedu!? (Schedule H). All grounds for a substantial Dispute which have occurred or \\,hich ma? reasonably be foreseen as likely to occur. All substantial disagreements among the Concessionaire, and the NHAI and.or lndependent Consultant to the design/ constructio~l of the Project Highway. The proposed measures to be taken by the Concessionaire to overconle sucll departures or to resolve such grounds for a Dispute. The date 011 \vhich the Concessionaire expects the Project Highway to be completed. The Concessionaire is required to maintain the existing two lanes during the Constr~~ction Period. This monthly construction report shall also contain information in respect of maintenance activity. if an), carried out by ths

321 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal \PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules Concessionaire during the inonth ended in respect of these existing rwo lanes. The Concessionaire and the Independen1 ~onsultants shall agree on tlie infor~nation requirements in respect of these t\vo existing lanes during tlie Construction Period. Monthly Weather Report giving daily temperature maxi~num and ~nini~nu~n value: rain fall and an!. other significant event. Detailed Engineering Design Repon including working dratvings, and Environmental Management Plan. Video Recording as per clause 44.1 ofthe Concession Agreement. Monthly Escrow Account Report: Within 5 Days of end of eacli month which falls within the Operations Period, tlie Concessionaire shall providz to tlie NI4AI and the Independent Consultant a copy of tlie report containing the sunitnary of tlie receipts in and payments from the Escrow Account for the month ended. The Concessionaire shall supply to the NHAl free of charge the following docu~iients prior to requesting the issue of the Completion Certificate: Detailed. accurately scaled, and sequentially nunibered plans of [he Prqiecl Highway "As Built" covering all relevant engineering features. which in relation lo s1ructures shall also include cross sections in each plane; and Copies of all geo-technical and borehole reports obrained by tlie Concrssionai~-c in preparation for and during the construction of the Project Highway. All other reports in accordance with the provisions of the Concessio~i Agreement. Such other reports as may be reasonably required by NHAII Independent Consultant. Additional Reports: The Concessionaire shall supply to the NHAI free of charge copies of all information, records and test results (including any interpretation of such test results) resulting from any ground, physical or geophysical investigation or archaeological or ecological stirvey of the Site or Adjacent Areas. Operation Phase I Monthly Traftic Report: With in 5 Days of end of each month which falls within tlie Operatio~is Period, the Concessionaire shall provide to the NHAl and the Independe~it Co~isultant a copy of the report containing the following information:

322 National Highways Authol-ily of India Request for Proposal \PAI(I'-Ill: Non Technical Schedules * Total traffic count by mode for each day of the nlonth; and r l'ollable traffic coutlr by mode for each day ofthe month. 2 Mo~~thly Escrow Account Report: With in 5 Days of end of each 111ontll which falls tvithin the Operations Period; the Concessionaire shall provide to the NH.41 and tile Independent Consultant a copy of the report containing the summary of the receipts it? and payments trom the Escrow Account for tile month ended. 3 Monthly Operations Repot~: \\[it11 in 5 Days of end of each month or a pa17 thereof \vhicli falls \;i,ithin the Operations Period, the Concessionairc shall provide to tlie NI-l,Al and the Independent Consultant a copy of the repu~~. nliich shall identify the Ibllo\\,ing3 at the minimum: Inspections undertaken by the Concessionaire during the month ended. iiany. *. hlaintenance lleports s~ibiiiitted to tlie independe~~t Consultanl dul-i~;? the w e month ended. ifany. O&M Inspection Co~npliance Report submitted to NHAIJ Indepmdent Co~isi~ltatlt during the month ended, ifany. Preventive1 Periodic ~naintenance undertaken during the month ended, if any. Ally ~naterial modifications niade to the Project Higliway during the innnth ended, ifany. All the accidents or incidents on the Project Road during the month under report (including all accidents on which a repofl has PI-eviously been wade to NIHAI). Tests performed during Operation and Maintenance stage along \vith the defects identified on tile Prqisct Highway, if any. Number and typs of the cc.nlplaints received from Users and others in rspect of the Project Highway and the conduct of operations. Incidents of emergency de-commissioning of the Project Highivay during the non nth ended, if any. Incide~its of lane-closure on the Project Highway during the month ended, if any. The Concessionaire shall provide information on reason and time of such lane-closures all actual or potential depanures fro111 the O&M Requirements as specified in 'Schedule L'. all grounds for substantial Dispute \vhich have occurred or may reasoncbl! be foreseen as likel~ to occur.

323 National Highways Autbo~.ily of India Request for Proposal \PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules tlie proposed measures to be taken by the Concessionaire to overcollie such departures or to resolve such grounds for a Dispute. 4. An annual repoll on the working of the toll collection system. This rep011 will provide infor~iiation on method of toll collection (semi-automatic, automatic, etc.). usage of pass syste~n (~nanual, electronic: etc.); average time taken in tollcollection. Concessionaire's suggestions on i~nprove~nents in the toll-collection system, which would be considered by NHAl appropriately. 5. Accident Reports: As so011 as practicable and in any event no later than 7 days following tlie occurrence of any accident on the Project Highway involving a fatality 01- serious persons1 injury or substantial property damage, tl?e Concessionail-e shall investigate the circumstances of such accident and submit to the NHAl and Independent Consultant a repon setting out details of such accident and. to the exlent they are known. the causes of such an accident. and the Concessionaire shall thereafter promptly report to the NHAi andlor Independent Consultant any additional details of such accident or its causes which become known to it. 6. The Concessionaire sliall submit a copy of the audited accounts within 120 days of tlie close of each Accounting Year afier the Appointed Date. 7. All other reports in accordance with the provisions of the Concession Agreement. 8. Such other reports as may be reasonably required 'by NHAII Independent Consultant. 9. Additional Reports: The Concessionaire shall supply to the NHAIIIndependent Consultant free of charge copies of all information, records and test results (including any interpretation of such test results) resulting from any ground, physical or geophysical investigation or archaeological or ecological survey of the Site or Adjacent Areas.

324 National Higllways AuthoriLy of India Request for Proposal, \PART-Ill: Non Technical Schedules 3.0 Part I1 Recortl Requ iremeots The Concessionaire shall take the follo\ving action(s1 in respect of preparation of the record, its submission to NHAI and retention by the Concessionaire itself. / I. Design I Retention Period of tl~e I 1.1 Design standards containing all relevant design assumptions. codes of practice. design loadings. design parameters and product data sheets for all components of Project Hi~li\vay. 1.2 Full set of final design calculations for all parts of the 1 Tiil handover to NHAI ar Project High\\,ay including details of the influence on Terliiination ofthe Concession design of actual constl-uction methods, and any changes or any re~nedial works during construction. 1.3 Full set of \\,orking drawings I Concessionaire Till Termination of the Concession Until 2 years after issue of the Completion Certificate 1.4 Full specification for construction and all revisions Until 2 years zfter issue of the made thereto. I Completion Certificate 1.5 Change of Scope Order(s) 1 Till handover to NHAI at I Termination of the Concession 2. Constructio~i 2.1 Video recording submitted to NHAl C'ntil 2 years after the issue uf I Completion Certificate 2.2 Full set of construction site records relatine - to o:oeress., -. I Till llandover to NI-IAI at testing of materials. ~nonitoring of standards of Termination of the Concession workmanship, meteorological conditions: instructions issued and other site correspondence. 2.3 Full set of "As-Built" dra\vings and schzdules incorporating all changes to the design and all remedial measures applied to the Project Higl~\\'ay during construction, and all final As-built details and dimensions of the Project Highxvay. These drawings shall include permanent modifications made to suit the construction method Full set oftests results 2.5 The appropriate proprietary rights, licences, agresments and permissions for materials. methods, processts and systems used or i~icorporated into the Project Highn'ay. Till handover to NHAI at Termination ofthe Concession Tiil handover to NHAI at Termination of the Concession Till handover to NHAI at Termination of the Concession

325 National Highways Authority of India Request for Proposal \PART-Ill: h'on Technical Schedules 2.6 Monthly Progress Repolls Till liandover to NHAl at Ter~iiination of tile Concession. I 3. Operations and Maintenance 3.1 Full records of ail incidents which affect the operation andlor maintenance of the Project Highway including traffic accidents. such inspections and surveys (including photographs where applicable). 3.3 Details of all repairs to the Project Highway andlor replacement, including photographs. As-built drawings and other documentary records. 3.4 Full sets of all Monthly Reports 3.5 Adequate recol-ds of adverse n1eteorological conditions. Till liandover to NHAI Termination of the Concession 1 Full records of i~ispections and sur\,eys and results of I Till handover to NHAl at / I Termination of the Concession Till liandover to NHAI at Ter~iiination of the Concession Till handover to NHAl at Termination of the Concession - Till liandover to NHAI at! I Termination of the Concession I' 3.6 Records of landscape. planting Till liandovsc to NHAl at / 3.7 Schedule and strip plan of grassed areas with details of the Routine Maintenance required in the normal course. 3.8 Record of all permanent traffic signs on the Project Highway. 3.9 All traflic (both total and tollable) count for each day of the Operations Period 3.10 Record ofdaily toll collection at each toil plaza All financial and accounting records to be maintained as per Applicable Laws 3.12 Encroachment palticulars and details Termination of the Concession Till handover to NHAl at Terniination of the Concession Till handover to NHAl at Teriiiination of the Concession Till handover to NHAl at Termination of the Concession Till handover to NHAl at Ter~iiinarion of the Concession Till handover to NHAI at Termination of the Concession Till liandover to NHAl a1 Termination of the Concession 1 4. All other records in accordance with the provisions of the Concession Agreement. 5. Additional Requirements 5.1 When there is a conflict between the Reporting and Record Requirement of Schedule 'X'ofthe Concession Agreement and a requirement in respect ofthese stated elsewhere in the Agreement, the latter shall take precedence. 5.2 The requirements set out in Reporting and Record Requirements of Schedule 'X' indicate tlie mini~iiutn requirements to be complied with but are not limited to

326 National Highways Authority of' India Request for Prop~sal \?ART-Ill: No11 Technical Sclledules 5.3 Availability of Records shall be as follows: All recol-ds of operational aspects of the recol-d keeping sysrelii sliali be retained Operalions' Records sliall be systema~ically and periodically up-dated and filed so as to be readily retrievable All records which have been superseded but are still of iiistorical. contl-actual or legal importance sliall be retained and filed systematic all)^ so as to be available anytime. 5.4 Tests of all documents sliall be prepated and recorded using agreed software systems and retailled in hard foi.111 and on diskettes, wit11 full hack-up diskettes available in case of diskette corruption.

327 Ahh etun -J..mmqM- ~.-aihtmrmf*)... National Highways Authority of India.. Phone : 91;11-2so74100/ Fax : Extn. : /2468/2553 (Ministry of Road Transpod & Highways) G Sector-10, Dwarka. N w Delhi Q - NHAI/BOT/llO19/2/2003 Date: 2sm February, 2004 T - To The Bidders (as per enclosed list A), Sub: Four laning of 622 km of National Highways (7 projects) on BOT basis under PMBJ P- Submision of BOTBid for Pimpalgaon - DWe Section of NH 3 in the State of Maharashtra. Sir, Kindly refer to NHAI letter no. NHAI/15012/42/2003 dated on the above cited Project. Addendum No.-1 to the Bidding Documents pursuant to clause 1.11 of RFP for the above-mentioned project is endosed herewith which shall form an integral part of the RFP. The queries raised by the prospective bidders have been carefully examined and suitable modifications as considered necessary have been incorporated in the bid document through the Addendum No.-1 referred above. In this connection your attention is hereby invited to the following points. 2. The broad changes made through the Addendum No.-1 to the Original RFP documents relates to inter-aka the important items as given in the enclosed Anneiure-X. However, Bidder must carefully go through the Addendum No.-1 and the original Bid, Documents before he submits his bid. NHAI shall not be held responsible for any inaccuraq in the information provided and shall not be liable for or be bound by the data used by the concessionaire in evaluating the Project viability. The Concessionaire is required to carry out his own independent surveys and investigations for assessing the actual position of the. Project Highway corridor. ' 3. This. letter along with its enclosures, supersedes the contents of MORT&H letter no. ~~/~~-15012/42/2003-~~ dated communicating therewith the minutes of Pre-bid meeting held on Further, this letter along with its enclosures shall form part of the Concession Agreement to beeventually drawn with the selected Bidder. 4. To effectively reflect the contents of this letter along with enclohes, -jutable changes, wherever necessary, in the concession Agreement and its Schedules shall be made.before signing the Concession Agreement with the selected Bidder. 5. In case the bidder quotes Grant exceeding.25oh (at lo%), his bid shall NOT be considered as non-responsive. 6. Please note that any conditional bid shall be summarily rejected.

328 7. It has been decided to re-open the sale of Bid Documents with immediate effect up to the Proposal Due Date which has been fixed for (14.00 hrs) as can be seen at page 1 of Addendum No.-1 (Part-I of Bidding Document -Instructions to Bidders). Plot No. 5& 6 (~shok Wasson) C.G.M. (BOT) oom No. 501, NHAI, Sector - 10 Dwarka New Delhi Encl: As above

329 Annexure X The broad variations to RFP Documents are as under: 1. Scope of Project The project highway shall be 4 - laned with paved shoulders. In addition, provision shall exist for service road in urban sections. However, all structures will be built 6 - lanes. 2. Land Acquisition 8 Utility Shifting etc. The responsibility for land acquisition, Removal of encroachments, utility shifting including R&R etc. are as under: SI. Activity Responsibility of NHAl Responsibility of NO. concessionaire I I I I 1!Land 1 NHAl shall take all IConcessionaire has to work j Acquisition necessary steps towards accomplishment of land I acquisition. The cost of land to be acquired will be borne by NHAI. The land so acquired would be handed over to concessionaire free of cost as per site handing over schedule. For toll plaza, land acquisition will be restricted to maximum 8-lane design. optimizing the use of existing Right-of-way handed over to them. For additional land 1 acquisition, the j concessionaire will identify and submit proposal, pursue 1 the same with the concerned 1 State agency for early accomplishment of LA task.. I 2 3 Removal of encroachment Environmental Clearance. cutting of trees and compensatory afforestation NHAl will coordinate with the District authorities for completing the legal requirements and maintaining law and order. NHAl will provide necessary support and shall bear all such costs, which are intimated by the concerned Government Agencies. Concessionaire will make all necessary arrangements for I.. physical removal of the 1 encroachments at his cost under directions of the j official authorities. NHAl will not be responsible for any ; delay on this account. Concessionaire will obtain all the necessary ; clearanceslpermits, cut the i trees and carry out! compensatory afforestation. ; NHAl will not be responsible i for any delay on this account. j

330 4 5 6 Shifting of utilities i.e. electric linesl poles, water SUPP~Y~ sewerage pipelines, gas1 oil pipelines, telephone linesl OFC. Railway ROBIRUB Rehabilitation and resettlement NHAl will provide necessary support and shall bear all such costs, which are intimated by the concerned Government or other concerned Agencies. NHAl will provide necessary support in obtaining approval to GAD and bear the cost for the same as intimated by the Railways. NHAl will provide necessary help and bear the cost of R&R of Project Affected People (PAPS) as may be required under Government policy. Onus of shifting all involved utility services rests with the Concessionaire. Concessionaire is required to take all necessary steps in this regard and NHAl will not be responsible for any delay on this account. Concessionaire will obtain ali necessary clearanceslpermits from Railways and carry out diligently all necessary tasks to accomplish the objective. In this connection. NHAl will not be responsible for any delay on this account. Conc'essionaire will liase with concerned Government Departments for implementation of the R&R plan. NHAl will not be responsible for any delay on this account. The cost of all the above items shall not form part of the Total Project Cost and therefore. no GranffSubsidy will be payable on these items. 3. Grant1 Subsidy Total grant admissible shall not exceed 25% (considered at 10%) of the Total Project Cost. However. grant may be increased up to maximum 40% (considered at 10%) of the Total Project Cost, wherever justified. Disbursement of Grant sha!l be limited to 40% during construction period and balance 60% during O&M period with maximum 15% in a year. The total grant shall be disbursed maximum within a period of ten years starting from the Appointed Date. 4. Bid Security As already communicated by MoRT&H to submit one Bank Guarantee towards Bid Security of maximum amount, in case bidder (Consortiumlsole applicant) submits bids for more than one contract packages, the same provision are to be retained.

331 5. Evaluation Criteria for Price Proposals Minimum quoted GranffSubsidy (at NPV 10%) shall be the sole criteiia for the award of work. For the purpose of the bid evaluation. GranVSubsidy shall be compared considering Total Project Cost as Rs. 556 crores. 6. Users' Fee Rate including local traffic The vehicle categories have been modified to include Multi Axle Vehicles (MAV) as separate category and Earth moving EquipmenVHeavy Construction Machinery is to be considered under MAV category. 7. Project completion schedule Project shall be completed within 36 months from the Appointed Date without any stage construction. 8. Appointed Date and Financial close The position stated in the Minutes of Pre-Bid Meeting shall prevail i.e. Appointed date: " Appointed date " shall be defined as the date 180 days from signing of Concession Agreement. Time ~eriod for achievina Financial close: FC is to be achieved within 180 days of signing of Concession Agreement. Extension up to a maximum period of 180 days may be allowed with penalties as per CI of draft Concession Agreement provided specified project milestones are achieved. During the period between Appointed date and the Date of achieving FC, the concessionaire at his risk and cost would carry out the work with no liability of the NHAI. The Concession Agreement may be terminated if the Financial Close is not achieved within 360 days of signing CA, with no liability of NHAI. No disbursement of grant will be made till the Financial Close is achieved Levy of Toll on Sectional Completion In case Project Highway stretches are quite long, tolling shall be allowed when four laning of the specified continuous length is completed. The following Table in this context may be referred.

332 Mahua Do- Mahua-Jaipur 108 Allowed 6 33 Jharkhand Barhi-Kanchi 115 Allowed 7 58 Uttar Pradesh Meerut Aliowed Muzaffarnagar Total Capacity Augmentation Based on traffic study, capacity augmentation if required shall be carried out at any time 8 years after COD.

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340 6 TEE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINMY - IphRrU I 1? ' 1&5753),. 6 'G!4 1. I I i I J; C,.IiI :xi y:, si c2f;.$t~ 3, g-, I I i I...,.?. i,. ' '...I, r.! -;..,,.3 -<,.: cj!>cj! l.rl:?+-l~i~ ~'~II;:! * :.,,. 8 'j::.?~ :.ri.:7~.j i 1 i*.~n. 776 pf)7+13, -A mrq) ~5) F?).$.WI 1 I f;fi.*t. 35.~OJ, - ',, I 476. I 50 wn. Y) e.4. (SKG~T f?tf$t1~8 4 ie?tl 3'+) =\ nkif31. ~ ( I 1 l l l l 7, I 1 a ) iljt r3\m! I ii. 2, <j.,,i,. oo,3l'l? lia TI: 111'1 31h TWIF~ 35.?i. 5.?i. tio* ~PJI?i. I I 7 (21.80 [$.'fl. T\ 137 f?i.a. 337 a Gh3;l 7%?) I _ m7\ a. 21 3i4 3md3 +~TTz & m~eh 33~15 3m m*ri' i. I [ W ~ 4 1 % WJ-+ %,$, tff 3fk %.Eft. 3% %# ~~ m R* ( TI m i; R* 7% f&3l/i$?wrr?fbn mi) d 6 ~,*. 1 lo 3f)? 3i. 24 T~TI m-ek lnl I e. 455 ii~ 3i. 66. meh- * mh MSt 3rq 1 WI?A3&*.rffa;!rn sm I m [m. u. n.o.-i40~~/9/2oos-3 vwj mu ~ F I I am,mm - b - MINISTRY OF SHIPPING, ROAD TRANSPORT AND HIGHWAYS (Department of Road Transport and Highways) NOTIFICATION New Delhi, the 4th August s.d. 1096(E).7-~~~ exe~cise of powers corlrel-red hy sectinrl 5 of the National tligl~ways,\c:, l!j56 (48 ;IT - : - ' a1ic1 111 sr~pel-sessinn or nll lprevin~~s nnlificatin~~s ill so far as ll~ey relare (11 the slcelclics or N:~lio~~i~l Iligliwa~r specifietl ill [lie Sche(lule give11 i,elow, ll~e Cenll-al (;ovec1l:1lenl. herel~v tlil.ecls tlial tlie TLIIIC~ i ~ r i~; ~ ~ I-elalio~i s 10 the execulintl wol-l<s lpeltaining in each nr the Nal~ional I-fighways tlesciihctl in (.oluni!i tlie Scl~etl~~le l~erelo all~iexerl shall be exercisable ily the Slale Gavel-nmenl specifictl ill col111i111 3 ilie Sclied~~le ~pai~is! eadl Ilighrvay sirt~jecl lo rli? r:f~~~<lilior~ llrwl ille Slale (>r:;,erl~n~e~~~ cottce;:~etl ~11~111 ill 111- exercise olsiicll ft~nclin~ls lhe ho~~~icl lo ;c~i.ijlly villi lilt- rules Tor!lie li~n~. 1ki11e ill p.. :r~a-lc IIII~~,I llie said Acl. -.qu I r

341 . 9 [WIII--3(ii)I m?cr~:wflrrm"r SCI-IEDULE : l:. < j,<..%#, ;,st:..,%.i';.ls:+i,,!,~,: :.ii<,i,~-.,c:.,. :/.,,./..,..... ;!.~z:llc <I!!,:::.! m j! I. I : :.>l*lf! I... -~ ~... ~.. /I ~~n-~evrtv~eni SO 1n11;il of~~nlicinal l4igliways ~n.i.; bln.9 jexclurli~l~ fi-o~~t ~<1~~.215.1~ Slsle. 10 l( (rrotn Nantligama to Vjjyawada):l, No.16 [ excludi~lg fin111 (jnver11111et1l nf' i I K1n (from Cllennur lo Arjrtngutta)'l, No. Ancllira 13,N0.~3,No.202. No.205, No.219, No.221 and No.222 as are situatecl Pradesl~ wirliin tlie Slate of A~~tlltrn I'raclesll and National flighways Nn 18, I 1'10.2 I4 and No2 I4 A ;! t i a I ; I. is I i l l I I i I\~IIIIW:.II:I~ ljrarlesl~. i I *.! I I 1 I I : i.i, So nttrcl, (,I' Naliortal I-Iighwnys No.31 fexcluding Kni Kin (.luncl.ic~~~ of' National i4ighways IICIDI-Nalhnri Ciuwallatijl, No.36 /,.excluding fi-om Km to I<m '0 (section fiot~t l>aboka lo Naganti)'l No.39, No.51, No.S2D, No.61. No.153 ant1 No.151 as are sitl~aletl wi'tliin the State of Assam and ~alihnal ~1igliway.r No.31R. No.3'1 (excluding fiom Kin to Ktii.274:000 (Guwal~aLi to Na aon including Guwahati Bypass), No.374 No.38 and No.152. So ntucli of National Highways No.19, No.28 [exdl~dillg from Km to Km (from Muwaffarpur-Piprakothi to Gopalganj -- IJttar Pmdesh/Biliar Rorder):l, No.31 [excluding from Knl. / to I<tn and Kin to Km (Punlea lo Goyerkata)], No.80, No.81, N0.98, No.99 as are situated within the State of Rihar and Narionnl Highways No.28B. No.30, No.30A, No.77, No.82, No.83,..A St:tl~ I;over.rr~net~l of Arunaclial I'raclcli Stale C.;nvern~iient,>r Assan1 State Government of i3ihar No.81. 7' No.101, No.102, No.103, No.104, No.105, No.106, No.107andNo.l I So ntucli ofnatianal HigI1wa.y~ No.6 [exclvding from Km to Ktn. State , (Durg Bypass) and fi-om Km Lo l<m (Raipur- Gover-tiine~it of AuratlgJT, No.12.4, No.16, No.43, No.78, No.200, No.202, No.217 arid Chhattisgrah No.221 as are situated within the State of Cl~haltisgarl~ and National Hi&~o.l I I and Sr) niuch ~FNational Highways No.4A, Nn.17 as are situalecl within the Stele State otgoi and National Higl~way No. 17A and No Gavel-nntenl of' i Goa.. -~ [ 7- So mi~cli of National Higliways No.6 (Including llle Highway slal-ting Slate i fiorn ils J~~nction near S~~rat otl N1-1 6 and tenni~ialing a1 Hajira), No. 15 (;overnmenl or (exch~rli~t& i:he Section Saniakliyali lo lladhanpr~r'l a~icl No.59 aricl (ii!jarilt No113 as at-e siloated will1iri the State of (::itjar.ai ancl Nalional I liglt\vays No.SA l:exclt~cli~~g fio~ti ICni to ICni 3G2.l 60 (section! fiixn <;a~idliicllia~~i to Samakhyilli 1.o I3anianbove)l. Nc18C. No.81) and i NoXi!.. I So ~iic~~li of Nnlir>~iill I-lighways No. 10, No.2IA. No.22, N0.64. No.65. Slak! No 71. Nn.711.1, No72 a~itl No.73 as are silrtatetl willii~i llle Slnle (if (;ove~~llnenl of I la(-ya!ia ~, - ~~... I!al-vana, aiitl National... 1-&liway No. 71A ? Si, rl:11c11,?f h!:ttiori;rl lligli\vays No.20, No.21, No22 (eucl~~rlit~g ll~e Slate i eir-!e~l in Honler iiond l~euelo~~~i~e~~t liuird), N 2 I \ 0 (iour11ns1it r,: I n!,tl..1(,.';2 as a,-. ;itllnted williiri llle Stare of I-1it;tarlial 1'1;1(1~~!1 nli'l liitii:viial l'l:l~l~:s!! A I.....,l, I I! V i I ~iigll\v;~~~ No 2, No.:?, NO l I.?.<,,..'.;. ~~,~~t:osic~!~ ' '~lalc N!!.c?S, b!rj.clg as ar~e sil~~a~?~l 1 '. 5 *, 1 r. 0 1"'.:..i!11i11!I]?. >l.iile?r, ~~o~;c:::~~~ierll I,,.. I.!... i.,,,..: il~l , (I - 7 /.. I I

342 -, ~~ TE GUE7TE OF INDIA: EXTFLkOPDINNIY. lpn~~rli-s-e,. i I.~~-~.-. ~...?. -! I.,, J, i ~. ~,;.i~li ', f i 0! I I its:.: 51~7.1) fr.(lm Hsl1galnre It1 Knrr?atakz t.olmal~;lra.~lli~-a I 4. ( I r ~~.~,l\lr,.!~ll~excl~~rlin~ li-olrt Filn 7~1:1.900 Iri l<i11.74.~.o~jll(~vl~11~~~li ; l<.i~r~~a~al<~.lullclion 11, Nalttoot- J~~i~fiotij], NO.I~/CXC!~I~~II~ from I<m / IC (Saratkal ko Na~itmr)l, No.63, No.6'7. No.207, No.209 alicl i No.212 as are situated within the Slate ol. Karnalalta and Nalional I tligliways No.48 {excluding from Km in l<~n.3/15.0i)o(r.c! Road to Po~l~nclionJJ~~... - No.206, _ No.2i a SCI ~iiucl! of Nnfinnal Iiighwnyr No.l'l, N0.45 lexclu(li11g fi~m IZln, I 1 Stale ~ !! to K.ln!5R.?50 (fi-n;n Taniil Nail11 / Ker:!la Rortler rn Kochi)] ~jo~rerntrlet~t of I &.i9. No.208, No.212, No.220 as are sif.ua(etl wilhiri the Slate nf I Kernla :<In (Rajasthan/Madl~);r I'radesh Uorder to (.;\ualior) RII~ fru111 I<m to Km Natiol~al I-ligl~ways Nf1.7 [excluding fro111 Km to Kln (I.akhnnr1on lo Madhya PiadesIilMahal-aslltra Bol-del-)], National I-ligllways Nos. 12, 12A. 27, 59, 69 and N0.75 [excluding from Km to Km (from.gwalior Lo Madhya PradeshlULlai. Pradesh Border)] aiitl No.76 [excluding rrorn Km to Km (Madhya Pradesll to Rajasthan Border to Sllivpuri)], Natioilal I-lighway Nos. 78, 79, 86 and No.92 as are sitt~ated within the State of Madhya Pradesh and National Highway No,59AL--- So nlucll of National Highways - - No.3 [(excluding From I<m to ) State,... 1 kk 585 n from.lunction with NH 4 to Mumbai) and from l<m C;nvern~nelit (if I to Knl (Pirnplagaon-Dhule) and Ktn ~39.50b to Kill (Vatlape-Gonde)], No.6 (excluding from Knl to Kin A~nravati bypass), Nc.9, No.13. No.17, No.69 and No.222. ns are situated within the State of Mal~arashtra and National Highway No.50 [excluding rrorn ICm to Km (Pune-Nasik ~0.204 a& I much of Natiorlal situated witl~in the Slate 16 So n~t~cli of National T-liliways No.44, within l!ie State ol.meghalaya.and National Highway No.40 sec1ion)l.... Governmiell! of iiovel-n~nenf of.. 17 I H I ') So n1uc11 of National at-e situated witl~ili ihe State 3f P"lizo~.a~ii a110 National I-ligliways Nn.54A r:-we~-tlmc- of and No.54B I So ~iiucl! ofnxtional Flighways >:o. 36. No.39. No61 and No.1 55 as are situated ~vilhi~: Ihe Slate ofhlnga!zntl. ~... So mltch of Watinnnl 1-ligll\vays Yo.5 '.fro111 Kin lo frotii Ralasot? Irr i!~is~a!.[ra!kl~nt~:! Bc~der.), No.6. No.23, Noll?, No.75, ' ~. Nt,.:()!l ;IIIJ UL>.;!? 3s RI? EII:::!c~ i\,itllitl [I~D State of Orissa a~~d ; ~ssa 1 I N l 1 l I[irhivn!c o.! '. -? I. Xn?O.: (R~~~~btlesIl~~:ar-P~~ti - sccai;,ll) 'I i. )~..?2l L -_ :.eyc~~l(~l!lg F, rcll1 ~ ~;l: ~ ooo ~ ~ I(- ~.I,. 1.. I,;:{,(!(I ~)II!),:~!I :> ~t,clc: tn.ial:~~!:lli~r~). h!~!il. Nt1.15..,V:~',III.:,f. i N(\ -,(I, \., :.'. :, ~ I ;,. :., \ ~.. '.'...,,,.....,; 2,., '.:c>l.;: t. -.. ~ s,, :3:,!c~:,,r -..!I:(. b3~ ;I~.II.: :i.>,5 Y ~, i!,!,. -..,.., -....

343 ~ ~.~. [wu-m3(ii)l ~ = I ~ I ~ : w ~ R O I Y ~.... I So IIIII;~ of Nalionnl lligllways No.8 ~~~(isha~igari~ I? Aj~r~cr (li-~~~i~ ic111.! ';i;r!*.-.* 171 I 6 I I 6 I, I I I ( 1, I 1!? :;,:-;;;;i., i :!.,. ~..! i i\iii I i [~;?ci!!,iil!~ fl.!)!n ir:nl. i.lailiur)], NO NO. I4 (1i11lr-1jsla111a-t I)order s~c~~oii)(. No. 13. NO 6:;. r411.?0 I (exclcluding from section Nasirabacl to Cl1ittorgru.h) and 140. l I3 as are situated witlii~r l:lle State of Najastha~l and National bligliways No. l I/\, No. l ID, No.89, No.90. No No.114 and No p So rn~tcl~ of National (from I<rn.l7,8 of NI-1 i i Pl~asc-if)], Nr>.4.5A3 N0.47, [excl~~rli~ie fro111 I<III. 0,000 Ii: KI IX?.lJlit! from Saleni lo 'l'nrnil NatlulKetala Borcler)l, No.49, No.66, No.20.5, i - -No.207. No.208, No.209, No.219 and No.220 as at-e sil~~aterl within the! I SlaLe oi Tamil Natlu ant1 National Highway No.67. No.68. No.450 a~ld! Nu.3.lO. L - L..... ; So much of Nal.ional I-Iighways No.58 (excluding from Km. 228 to Kin. Smte I I ). No.72, No.72A. No.73, No.74 and No.87 (excluding the 1 (;overnment of I I stretch from Sin~li to Karnn Prayag) and No as are situated within Uttal-ancllal the State of Uttaranchal and National Highway No.94 (from Km. 123 to Km. 218 Dharasu to Kuthnaur new Yamnotri), No. 121, No. 123 and No. 125 (excludic~g the stretch from Tanakpur to Pithomgarh). ' - So much of National ~ l i ~ h w No.2A, ~ ~ s NO.~, NO.~ I; No.19, ~o.24-- State [excluding from km to km (Ghaziabad to Moradabnd including Hapor and Moradabad bypasses) and R.O.B. at km , No.27 [excluding from Km (Km of NH No.2) to Km (new alignment of NH 27)], No.28R, No.58 [excludi~lg from Km to [On (Moert~t-Mu7affarnagar)l; No.72A, No.73, No.74, No.75 [excluding from km to km (section from Madhya PradeslJUttw Pradesh border to Jhansi)], National Highways No.76, No.86, No.87 (exclodiog a Minor bridge at Km. 8 and a Major bridge at km ), No.92 and No.! 19 as are situated within thestate of Uttar Pradesh and Natiorral Highways No.24A, No.29 (excluding Gorakhpur-Pharenda-Sonauli section), No.56, No.91, No.91.A. No.93, -.. Government Uttar Pradesh So lnucll of National Clighways No. 6 [excluding fro111 Km.O.0 to Kni (from Kolkata to Kharagpur)], No.ll[(excluding from ( Km.447 to ~1i.470 and from ~n to Km (D~lkhola to Wesl Bengal Siligul-i to Chalsa)J,No.3IC [(excluding fiom Km. 105 lo K1n (Chalsa lo.assam/west 13engal Border)] No.32, No.60, Nc1.80 and No.k I as are sit~ratetl within tlie State of W~st Bellgal and National I-lighways No.35. No.55. No.hOA and No.1 17 (l<m to l<1n.137 frnm Joka lo i Baltltliall) ~ So much of National llighway No.21 as is sitoatetl within the tlnion Govl of i.lnic?n..., Clia~itliearli...- L-- - So m11c11 of National I-ligliways No.1 [(excl:~ding from ICni lo Govel-ri~nenl of 1 I<1ii and bo~n I<m to 1<111 io.300 fic>rn Dellli (N~RI- Na!iolin8 t hlajnu a I lo l)ellii/[-lal-yann liortler a11r1 No24 as ale 1 Capital I I (.ci!r~aled usitl:i~i Li~e Naiio~ial Tapil,ai 'lerriirit~y c: I3ellii. ['CI ~ritc,.,> 1'! I.

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345 -- 5.s'..l0s;i(kj... iii e:cetcise (1iLl1e powels cc~nreri-etl by secti?li I I. lllr l~l:~lio~~nl lligllwilyc.a~~llrol.i~~i (1% ~II~II:, 1088 ((58 of 1988). ll~e Cc~~fr-:~l Cinvet~i~i~e~ll i1el.e11:! elllrrl.;l.c ihr s~.~el.ches, speciliecl in '' r-oll~nlli (3) of Ilie 'J'alIlr I)c.lnw(licl-ci~~afler. ieferrrrl 10 n? ll~e said.l'al,le). 01 fhe cor-~-c.sl,o!~dill~ Sectio~r as mentioned against it ill col~~rnrl (2) of the said Tahle, or 1.11~ Nalio~lal Highm:ay as r1esc1-ilierl in colulrln (I) oflhe said 7kl,le, lo [lie National I-ligl~ways A~~Ilir~r.iJ,y ofl~ldiil. 'T'A U I,I~$ NulnOer. I Jala~~tll~n~--l'all~anltol Section Ktn I 10.0 (bevo~~cl Chakki... ~!% PI.... I I ~! Jnnunu Sri~iagar Section inclnding Nagrota (lengll~ 14 4 J<m) arid IJdhampur Bypars(letigtli 18.7 Km) ICln 9.2 to km Pirnpa!gaoli-Dhule Vadape-Gonde ICm to Krn Cliennai-Ranipet t.. ~ njoking d at ~.- Km. - l2.g of NII Raipr-Aura= -- K1n to Kn ~... Ubaratpur-Mal~ua-Jai~q~ ( Km lo IOn l<olkza to Dalkl~ola -- 3(In1.?=0 Kn I - lo Km T_ Km ~11.1.I:1-:3. I [F. No. NH-14012/9/2005-PBM] PRABHAKAR. Dv. Secy.

346 3 ~~<IvlYlrlJfT%mJT PHONE (?wfgftim3humi~) Fax j14 Extn National Highways Authority of India (M~n~stry of Road Transport 8 H~ghways) G SECTOR-10. DWARKA. NEW OELHI-IlMHS NHAI/BOT/ll019/2/2003/~~~ 07/03/2005 To. sub: M/s IRCON - SOMA (JV), Palika Bhawan, Sector- 13 R.K. Purarn, New Delhi Fax : / (Kind Attn :Anil Jain. AGM [Marketinul Award of concession "Improvement, Operation and Maintenance of Rehabilitation and Strengthening of existing 2-lane road and widening to 4-lane divided highway of km 380 to km 265 of NH-3 (Pimpalgaon- Dhule Section) in the State of Maharashtra on BOT basis" Letter of Acceptance lloal Ref: Your Bid dated Sir. This is to notify that based on your proposal submitted regarding "Improvement, Operation and Maintenance of Rehabilitation and Strengthening of existing 2-lane road and widening to 4-lane divided highway of km 380 to km 265 of NH- 3 (Pimpalgaon-Dhule Section) in the State of Maharashtra on BOT basis" for a total Negative Grant of Rs lacs ( Rupees Five Hundred Twelve Crore Seventy Five lacs Only) in absolute value and Rs Lacs ( Rupees Fifty Eight Crore Eighty Four lacs Ninety Three thousand Only) at 10% as per details enclosed herewith (Annex 'A') is hereby accepted by NHAl declaring you as the 'Successful Bidder". The Concession Period including Construction Period is 20 years. 2. In accordance with the Contract Clause (refer PART-I ), you are hereby requested to confirm us of your acceptance of this LoA within 15 days, of issue of LOA. Thereafter, pursuant to Clause No of PART- I, you are required to execute the Concession Agreement within 30 days of your acceptance of LoA. 3. You are also required to furnish the Performance Security of Rs crores (Rupees Sixteen Crore Sixty Eight Lakhs Only) prior to execution of the -Concession 'Agreement (refer Clause PART-I). 4. In case of default on your part, action as stated in Clause and 1.36 (PART-I) of Bid Document shall be taken. 5. Please note that your.bid Security for above work is valid upto This requires to be extended by another 3 months as already informed to you by NHAl vide letter of even no. dated a. Yours faithfully. -.. I

347 I (Enclosure to NHAI Letter No NHADOT/Il Name of work: "Improvement, Operation and Maintenance of Rehabilitation and Stren and widening to 4-lane divided highway of km 380 to km 265 of NH-3 (Pimpalgaon-Dhule State of Maharashtra on BOT basis" 2s Details of Grant Payable to M/s IRCON-SOMA TV (Amount Rs. In Lacs) +% '? Year Construction Period Operations Period.. ;-...,.../ \ : -; '= 4 1 I r' -3 i) Total Negative Grant - Rs Crores ( Rupees Five Hundred Twelve Crore Seventy Five lacs Only) ii) Total Negative Grant on 10%. Rs Crores ( Rupees Fifty Eight Crore Eighty Four lacs Ninety Three thousand Only) 3RIb 9rm?/ASHOK WASSON C M General Manager mrraf* Natlonml Mbh. Aulho~lly 01 India ('k!*.-&*,km4.hlint: I:,l*nblly ol Shppkg. Rmd Tmspon 6 Hi hva,;),!n- vi -. rt.., -ft G Sector 10. Dworhm. E!nw 9.., 'v' 4'

348 IRCON - SOMA J.V. PALIKA BHAWAN, SECTOR - XIII. R.K.PURAM, NEW DELHl Phone no Fax: Highways Authority of India, G-5&6, Sector- 10 Dwaraka, New Delhi Fax No / Sir, Kind attention : Evlr. Ashok Wasson. CGM (BOT) Sub: Acceptance of LOA Improvement, Operation and Maintenance of Rehabilitation and Strengthening of Existing 2 lane road and widening to 4.lane divided highway of Km 380 to Km 265 ( Pimpalgaon-Dhule Section) NH-3 on BOT basis -Extension of validity period of BOT bids. Ref: 1) NHAI Letter no. NHAVBOT/11019/2/2003/145 dt In reference to the subject mentioned above, we hereby confirm our acceptance of the LOA issued vide letter referred (1) above. In terms of clause 5.1 of Bidding Document Part I1 (Page 24), we shall be providing Performance Security within 120 days of the date of concession agreement. Thanking you and assuring you of our best services at all times Kindly acknowledge receipt Your faithhllv

349 MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING This Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is made in New Delhi on the 26th Day of April 2003 BY AND BETWEEN. IRCON International Ltd., a company registered u,nder the Indian Companies Act 1956 having its Registered Ofice at Palika Bhawan. Sector XIII, R.K.Puram. New Delhi (hereinafter referred to as "IRCON") of the FIRST PART. AND SOMA ENTERPRISE LTD., a company registered under the Indian Companies Act, 1956 having its office at 14, Avenue- 4, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad , (hereinafter referred to as "SOMA") of the SECOND PART. The expressions IRCON and Soma shall wherever the context admits, mean and include their respective Tegar 'representatives, successors - in - interest and assigns and shall collectively be referred to as 'the Parties' or consortium and individually as 'the Party' or consortium member. Contd... 2.,... -' i,.i:,..,., ~....'.I ~.... jl ~..,, 'C.. - v-' pf. DIRECTOR

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