Document Type : Research Article


1 Associate professor,Department of management studies, VFSTR Deemeed to be university,Vadlamudi(post),GunturDistrict-522213,AndhraPradesh,India,

2 Associate professor, K L Business School, Koneru Lakshmaiah Education Foundation, Vaddeswaram, Guntur Dist., A.P,

3 Asst.Professor, Management studies, CVR college of Engineering, Hyderabad & Research scholar, VFSTR Deemed to be University, Vadlamudi(post),Guntur District-522 213, Andhra Pradesh. India.


The economic development of any country road infrastructure plays a vital role. Originally public infrastructure like roads has been financing from   central budgetary recourses. Because of revenue deficit state and central governments are unable to fund for construction of road infrastructure projects.  To a given period of time,the private sector has been increased the financing and construction of road infra projects. The development of road infrastructure projects various forms of Public-Private Partnerships(PPPs) have been used extensively. For implementation of any infrastructure toll road projects financial feasibility or sustainability has been a leading issue. This case study is based on project financial risks at public-private partnership delivery, especially under a build operate transfer (BOT) model. The main purpose of this study is to undertake an integrated profitability appraisal of an existing PPP toll road project in the South Indian state of Andhra Pradesh by using the Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) method.


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