Chaitanya Projects Consultancy Pvt. Ltd. completes a 30.811 km coal corridor between Bankibahal to Bhedabahal (SH 10) in Odisha, serving 2.8 million people with a ₹277 crore project began on April 23, 2024.

Chaitanya Projects Consultancy Pvt. Ltd., India’s innovative leader in integrated infrastructure consultancy, announces the complete completion of the dedicated 4-lane coal corridor road from Bankibahal to Bhedabahal (SH 10). The corridor is a vital link for the region, improving the lives of 2.8 million villagers in Hemgir, Lefripada, Tangarpali, Bilashakara, and Sadar.

The 7-kilometre route, built with concrete instead of bitumen and costing 277 crore, aims to improve coal transportation efficiency while ensuring safety and environmental sustainability. Significantly decreasing noise, dust pollution, and accident risks caused by the daily movement of around 200 coal-carrying heavy vehicles. This groundbreaking infrastructure project, covering 30.811 km, was officially launched on April 23, 2024, marking a watershed moment in the state’s infrastructure growth.


Sanjay Kumar Sinha, Founder & Managing Director of Chaitanya Projects Consultancy, states “Better road conditions will facilitate more efficient coal transportation, potentially saving significant amounts of money currently lost to delays and blockages. Completing the 4-lane dedicated Coal Corridor Road from Bankibahal to Bhedabahal is a testament to our commitment to the ongoing pursuit of sustainable development and environmental conservation.”

“We are proud to contribute to Odisha’s infrastructure evolution, aligning with global sustainability goals,” Mr. Sinha added. “This project enhances regional connectivity and underscores our role in shaping a resilient and interconnected future for communities and industries.”

The corridor is a crucial link in Odisha’s infrastructure network; it improves logistical capacities and strives to reduce carbon footprints through creative engineering and operational excellence.


Chaitanya Projects Consultancy has carried out the project following international standards and best practices, as directed by the Ministry of Roads and Building Department. By using cutting-edge technologies and sustainable approaches, the corridor demonstrates Chaitanya’s commitment to upgrading India’s infrastructure and serves as a model for future projects around the country. On the fringes of government infrastructure development, we are aligning 11 more bridges to change the landscape of Odhisa.

The completion of this project demonstrates the government’s unwavering commitment to promoting economic growth, maintaining public safety, and conserving the environment. The project was funded by Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd. and built by Odisha’s R&B department.

The opening of the corridor to traffic marks the beginning of a new era of prosperity and advancement for Sundargarh and the neighbouring communities.

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