AURANGABAD-JALNA TOLL WAY LIMITED
Project: Four Laning of Aurangabad to Jalna from Km. 10+400 to km. 60+200 (49.80 Km.), Beed Bypass from Km. 292+500 to 304+650 (13.15 Km.) and Zalta Bypass from km. 0+000 to Km. 2+850 (2.85 km.) (Total length of the project= 65.80 Km.) in the State of Maharashtra on BOT basis.
Aurangabad – Jalna Toll Way Limited (AJTL) operates the 65.80KM stretch on MSH-6 (Maharashtra state highway) in the state of Maharashtra, under the Build Operate Transfer (BOT) scheme.
The Project stretch is a 23 year and 6-month toll concession, awarded by Govt. of Maharashtra, after competitive bidding in 2005-2006 for construction of 4 lane road on Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) basis. The project has a well-established operational history of collecting toll since July 2009, with a remaining concession life of close to 10 years.
Stretch connected to Maharashtra’s one of the major city Aurangabad which is the largest city of Marathwada region and Jalna. The city is also a popular tourism hub, with tourist destinations like the Ajanta and Ellora caves lying on its outskirts. Stretch carrying maximum traffic due historical tourist destination and nearby pilgrimage of Siva temple. Also city know for major production centre of cotton textile and artistic silk fabrics.