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Central Road Fund Act, 2000


10. Functions of the Central Government.-

The Central Government shall be responsible for the-

      i.        administration and management of the share of Fund allocated to the development and maintenance of the national highways;

     ii.        co-ordination and complete and timely utilisation of all sums allocated out of the Fund;

    iii.        sanction of schemes for State roads of inter-State and economic importance in such manner as may be prescribed;

    iv.        formulation of criteria on the basis of which the specific projects of State roads of inter-State and economic importance are to be approved and financed out of share of State roads;

     v.        release of funds to the States for specific projects and monitoring of such projects and expenditure incurred thereon;

    vi.        formulation of the criteria for allocation of the funds for such projects which are required to be implemented by the National Highways Authority of India and also for other projects for the development and maintenance of the national highways;

   vii.        allocation of share of funds to each State and Union territory specified in the First Schedule to the Constitution;

  viii.        allocation of

a.     fifty per cent. of the cess on high speed diesel oil for the development of rural roads in such manner as may be prescribed; and

b.    the balance amount of fifty per cent. of cess on high speed diesel oil and the entire cess collected on petrol as follows:-

                      i.        an amount equal to fifty-seven and one half per cent. of such sum for the development and maintenance of national highways;

                     ii.        an amount equal to twelve and one half per cent. for the construction of road either under or over the railways by means of a bridge and erection of safety works at unmanned rail-road crossings; and

                    iii.        the balance thirty per cent. on development and maintenance of roads other than national highways and out of this amount, ten per cent. that is three per cent. of the total share of State roads shall be kept as reserve by the Central Government for allocation to States for implementation of State road schemes of inter-State and economic importance to be approved by the Central Government in terms of clauses (iii) and

                    iv.        of this section.



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