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Old July 6th, 2007, 01:36 AM   #1
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Bangalore Ring Roads thread

So there are many ring roads planned around Bangalore by many different govt authorities. Here's a quick list of the ring roads in/around Bangalore constructed and planned.
  • Inner Core Ring Road(elevated) - planned by BBMP - 30kms
  • Outer Ring Road - constructed by BDA - 62kms
  • BMIC Peripheral Road (Half Ring) - constructed by NICE - 41kms
  • Peripheral Ring Road - planned by BDA -land acquisition has been given the go ahead - 118kms
  • Intermediate Ring Road - planned by NHAI - 250kms
  • Satellite town Ring Road -planned by BMRDA -364kms

BDA-----> Bangalore Development Authority
BMRDA-->Bangalore Metropolitan Regional Development Authority
NHAI----> National Highways Authority of India
BBMP---> Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike
NICE---> Nandi Infrastructure Corridor Enterprises Limited

So yeah,just post all the stuff related to the ring roads here.

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Old July 6th, 2007, 01:47 AM   #2
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Good start @Indiansunite.
B'lore is showing the way.
Lets hope, rest of the metro also do their bit in this regard.
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Old July 6th, 2007, 01:49 AM   #3
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Land acquisition for Peripheral Ring Road gets nod

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Setting in motion plans for the new hi-tech corridor between Magadi Road and Mysore Road, land acquisition for the BDA’s Peripheral Ring Road (PRR) that will cut through the corridor was cleared by the cabinet on Wednesday.
Home minister M P Prakash told reporters after a cabinet meeting that 9 acres and 28 guntas of land at Srigandhakaval in Yeshwantpur, Sajjepalya and Malagal village would be acquired by the BDA. The project cost for the PRR in this section will be Rs 72.83 crore.
The dedicated hi-tech corridor for clean industries, aimed at IT and ITES, will cover 1,000 acres and will be 17 to 29 km from the city centre.
The PRR will be a six-lane road cutting right in the middle of the corridor, with office space for the sector on either side.


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Old July 6th, 2007, 03:11 AM   #4
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Nice man lot's of ring road.
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Old July 6th, 2007, 04:08 AM   #5
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Nice to see the Ringroad thread,

I guess the Peripheral Ring Road is almost completed between hosur road and tumkur road (constructed by NICE along with the BMIC expressway). A small connection for this road from electronic city seems to be still pending.
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Old July 6th, 2007, 04:10 AM   #6
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oops,forgot to list the BMIC peripheral expressway
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Old July 6th, 2007, 12:18 PM   #7
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http://www.bmrda.kar.nic.in/bmrroadnetwork.htm
here is a map showing some of the famous rings! (from early June 2007)
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Old July 6th, 2007, 03:36 PM   #8
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Good Initiative Indiansunite and thanks Babji for the ring map

Hope a few pictures will do good to this thread

Outer Ring Road, nearing Hebbal from South east.



Most times Bangalore is being criticised citing bad infrastructure. Yes, there is some truth, but I feel things are getting better. See how fast you can drive on a monday evening 6.15 PM. Yes, the traffic helds up at intersections, but with more flyovers and underpasses coming, the situation will be better. There was an Underpass u/c a little after this point.

Moving south east to KR Puram from Hebbal



Flyover near KR Puram.

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Old July 6th, 2007, 05:39 PM   #9
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I am not sure if that map posted by Babji is correct. The ring in purple according to the key is the intermediate ring road. This road by NHAI is going to be a full ring of around 250 kms and not 130km as the key states. Plus the DPR by NHAI would only be out by Jan08...so that purple road has to be something else.


more details on the IRR
  • 90 foot wide
  • eight lanes
  • would connect eight satellite towns - Doddaballapur, Anekal, Devanahalli, Hoskote, Kanakpura, Ramanagaram, Magadi and Dobbespet
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Old July 6th, 2007, 05:54 PM   #10
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Some info on the Inner Core Ring Road
  • 6 Laned Elevated expressway
  • 30kms
  • would cross 51 junctions

PDF map - you can zoom in to see the name of the roads also


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Old July 7th, 2007, 02:38 AM   #11
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Nice pics there @Sudheeshnairs.
Here is Vadi's "Existing and proposed ring roads in B'lore and some of the major radial roads". as of Apr 2006

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Originally Posted by indiansunite View Post
...
  • Inner Core Ring Road(elevated) - planned by BBMP - 30kms
  • Outer Ring Road - constructed by BDA - 62kms
  • BMIC Peripheral Road (Half Ring) - constructed by NICE - 41kms
  • Peripheral Ring Road - planned by BDA -land acquisition has been given the go ahead - 118kms
  • Intermediate Ring Road - planned by NHAI - 250kms
  • Satellite town Ring Road -planned by BMRDA -364kms
...
any time line set for the Peripheral Ring Road and the Intermediate Ring Road...
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Old July 7th, 2007, 03:42 AM   #13
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That Map give's a very clear picture of the Ringroad's..

From the map its shows that the BMIC Peripheral Road and the Peripheral Ring Road planned are almost parallel between Hosur road and Tumkur road.
The distance between the planned Peripheral Ring Road & BMIC Road is reported to be only 2kms for most of the distance.
I really feel that the planned Peripheral Ring Road should be little far away from the BMIC Road between Hosur road and Tumkur road, otherwise no one will use the BMIC Peripheral road just because they have to pay the TOLL for almost the same route and distance.

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any time line set for the Peripheral Ring Road and the Intermediate Ring Road...
for the IRR..NHAI would submit the DPR only in Jan2008. So there's still a lot of time left for the project to take off.
for the PRR, the land acquisition is the latest news. No such timeline has been announced.

in Vadi's map what is the Red CRR ring?
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Old July 7th, 2007, 04:12 AM   #15
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CRR: circular Core Ring Road (CRR). Here is an earlier map by Vadi from Aprl 2006...

Note there are two peripheral roads planned for b'lore.
1. BMIC Peripheral Road-BMICPR and
2. BDA Peripheral Road -BDAPR.

BMICPR- private (toll)
BDAPR - sarkaari (free)

The BDAPR will circumscribe the entire city and will be approx 110 kms.
The BMICPR is currently only a semi circle that connects major radial roads on west, south and east blore.
They have ideas about adding a North-South alignment Devanahalli ARPT to the eastern end of BMICPR - (think of a sickle). But all this is subject to clearance and all

BDAPR - still acquiring land(advanced stages). no construction
BMICPR- land acquired by Govt-but not all needed land given to BMIC, construction in advanced stages.

Circular BDAPR encircles semi-circular BMICPR.
BMICPR is outside the existing circular Outer Ring Road(ORR).
ORR encircles an exisitng quarter circle road called IRR.
IRR will be outer to the proposed circular Core Ring Road (CRR).

BDAPR plans to support 5 bus depots and 5 truck terminals.
BMICPR is also planning truck and bus depots.
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Old July 7th, 2007, 04:28 AM   #16
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Inner Core Ring Road

... BBMP has planned the two-way, four-lane, elevated Inner Core Ring Road to connect 50 important junctions of the city. This will enable motorists to cruise along the road in 30 minutes. One can reach the Rajajinagar Entrance from Makkala Koota (Shivashankar Circle) in less than 10 minutes. The road will connect important locations of the central business district such as the Yeshwanthpur and the Karnataka Bhavan junctions, the Shivshankar Circle (near Makkala Koota) and the Gurdwara, the Jayamahal Road and the Audugodi Road junctions.

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Old July 7th, 2007, 04:55 AM   #17
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CRR: circular Core Ring Road (CRR). Here is an earlier map by Vadi from Aprl 2006...
The circular core ring road is the same as the 'inner core ring road'. If thats that then whats the orange one? The map says its IRR but a 3.5 km 6 laned stretch of road in Bangalore is known as IRR according to Wiki

I've tried locating the IRR(Orange Ring) on different maps like mapmyindia.com and google maps but there exists none.
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ORR encircles an exisitng quarter circle road called IRR.
according to Vadi, only a quarter circle of the IRR (Orange Ring) is existing.
perhaps this is something on the pipeline (yet to be announced?) ...
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Old July 7th, 2007, 05:05 AM   #19
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naah,there's no such news about the IRR expanding inside the city. The only ring inside the city is the proposed ICRR.

The new proposed IRR would be the 250km ring by NHAI
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naah,there's no such news about the IRR expanding inside the city. The only ring inside the city is the proposed ICRR.

The new proposed IRR would be the 250km ring by NHAI
The IRR, I referred may be the quarter circle surrounding the inner most ring in the map in post #7. (perhaps its called Inner Ring Road and the other IRR is called Intermediate Ring Road...)

Vadi might know better. Could someone throw some light on this...
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