Abertis controls 100% of the concessionaire Trichy Tollway Private Limited (TTPL), which manages the NH-45, and 74% of Jadcherla Expressways Private Limited (JEPL), which holds the concession for the NH-44. The assets are located in Tamil Nadu and Telangana, both states with economic growth rates above the national average for India and with GDP levels that are amongst the highest in the country.
The NH-45 toll road is in the state of Tamil Nadu in the far south of India. Tamil Nadu has seen its per capita income rise by 8% in the last decade, and it is among the top three most popular tourist destinations in India.
The 94-kilometre-long NH-45 is a key corridor for the country and connects the industrial areas of Trichy and Madurai with the state capital, Chennai.
The NH-44 is in the central-southern Indian state of Telangana. The toll road is part of the main north-south traffic corridor and connects the country's two main technology hubs, Hyderabad and Bangalore. 58 kilometres in length, NH-44 runs through a highly industrialised and commercial area where India’s mining sector has a large footprint.
NH 45 Trichy-Ulundurpet
NH 44 Hyderabad-Jadcherla