The Andhra Pradesh government is expecting 139 new infrastructure projects across the state over the next five years that would see an investment of $30 billion, said Ajay Jain, secretary, infrastructure and energy. He was speaking in connection with the launch 'infrastructure million', which was launched by the state Chief Minister. Stating that the government had a long vision on industrial and infrastructural development, he said it was aiming to bring $200 billion investments in different sectors by 2029. Accordingly, a new maritime board would be in place for setting up 14 new ports in the state. Besides, the government would develop eight regional airports apart from a major airport at Bhogapuram, he said. Stress would be laid on improving the road network, development of inland waterway, and industrial corridors between Vizag-Chennai and Chennai-Bangalore.