New Delhi, October 4: To rate national highways on Tuesday the National Highways Authority of India Chairman, Deepak Kumar launched a new multilingual website of the organization. He also launched a Project Monitoring Information System (PMIS) Moblie App which will monitor NHAI projects.
Talking about the Project Deepak Kumar said that the NHAI also plans to soon launch a public interface of the PMIS desktop and App versions so that the general public will be able to view the real-time status of any project across the Highway network.
The website has been developed using state-of-art technologies and provides a centralized platform. NHAI is monitoring the project to ensure the timely delivery through PMIS which has a database of 180 data fields. Additional 500 field projects which will cover all the key samplers such as design progress, contracting progress, construction progress, land acquisition, compensation disbursement, toll and traffic information and concession/contract information.
To provide updated progress on all these data fields at various levels a series of Executive Dashboards have been designed. On National, Regional Office (RO) level, Project Implementation Unit (PIU) level & project level the data is provided. The Geographical Information System (GIS) is also enabled with PMIS to track the visualization of all NHAI projects in India.
In 2016-17 there was a 32 percent of an increase in construction and 60 percent of the projects were identified with issues in 2016.