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Old March 22nd, 2016, 06:02 AM   #1
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Old March 22nd, 2016, 06:04 AM   #2
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Land acquisition for Peripheral Ring Road begins

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MUDA will spend around Rs. 500 crore to construct the road

The Mysuru Urban Development Authority (MUDA) has started the process of land acquisition for the Peripheral Ring Road (PRR) as stated in the Mysuru Master Plan 2031, to meet the future requirements of the city.

The PRR has been suggested in the revised Master Plan, which was notified earlier this year, and justified on the grounds that it is necessary to divert traffic not meant to enter Mysuru by providing with a bypass.

“The existing Outer Ring Road is already functioning to perform this role on the western side of the city and to a certain extent on the eastern part also. However, in view of the growth of the city beyond the Outer Ring Road, there is need to think about the peripheral road links, which will perform this function,” says the master plan document.

MUDA Chairman K.R. Mohan Kumar told The Hindu that private layouts have started proliferating along the alignment of the PRR and hence the authority was clearing the plan only after ensuring that the CA sites along the alignment are set aside for the proposed PRR.

The proposed PRR will be located a distance of about 3.75 km from the existing ORR and will have a circumference of nearly 60 km as against 42 km length of the ORR.

“This will cost the MUDA around Rs. 500 crore and will be a six-lane road including 2 service lanes,” said Mr. Mohan Kumar.

The master plan document states that an analysis of the existing urban transportation in Mysuru reveals that the city and the rural hinterland in the local planning area jurisdiction are networked by roads which also link tourist destinations such as Srirangapattana, KRS, Nanjangud and other peri-urban areas and rural parts of LPA and they need to be upgraded.

The proposed PRR around the city will be of 45m width and it will be suitably aligned in the outskirts of the local planning area along some of the existing rural road network, acording to the master plan.

“The existing ORR is already getting congested due to heavy traffic and with the projected growth of the city it is imperative to prepare the grounds for the PRR,” said the MUDA chairman.
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Existing stretches to be realigned

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The existing stretches of the district and rural roads on the outskirts of Mysuru will be realigned and suitably upgraded as the Peripheral Ring Road besides acquiring land to join the missing links.

The Master Plan 2031 document indicates that there were major district roads on the north-eastern part and the southern part and could be considered as peripheral links even if they are outside the local panning area (LPA) limits.

On the north-eastern side, the proposed road links the Bengaluru-Nilgiri Road road (N) with Mysore-Bannur road via Naguvinahalli, Melapura, Mahadevapura and Chanahalli, starting from B-N road (N) near Bommuru in Srirangapatna Taluk and joining Bannur road near Harohalli. The peripheral road on the eastern side links the Bannur road near Vajamangala village to B.N road in the south near Kadakola village.

Similarly on the western side, the proposed peripheral road links Hunsur road near Yelwala to B.N road at Kadakola. This proposed peripheral link also links State highways like Manandavadi road (H.D Kote road), T. Narsipura road and other important roads like Gaddige road and Suttur road.

Width

The plan states that the B-N road is proposed to be of 45m width, in the LPA limits except for the stretch within the thickly built city area, where the proposed width is 30m.

The other State highways (main arteries) such as Bannur road, T. Narsipura road, H.D Kote road and Hunsur road are proposed to be of 30m width, except in the stretches of thickly built area, where proposals of road widening and building lines are suggested.

The stretches between the inner ring road and intermediate ring road are proposed to be of minimum 24m, wherever feasible and between the intermediate ring road and outer ring road they are proposed to be of 30 metres.

Beyond the outer ring road up to the local planning area boundary the road width is pegged at 45 metres.

It is also proposed to provide service roads along these radial roads in the process of development.
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Outer Peripheral Road figures in Muda priority list

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Mysuru: Mysuru Urban Development Authority (Muda) is seeking to put Mysuru's growth on the right track by guaranteeing that the heritage city retains its brand value as the planned city.
The leading Tier II city is building a peripheral ring road to ensure that the city's development agenda doesn't go kaput. The urban body on Saturday said that it will start the groundwork for the construction of the ambitious road during 2016-17. The stretch is proposed to be built factoring in the tourist hub's growth over the next 25 years.
The Outer Peripheral Road (OPR) has also been planned to connect to some of the major tourist destinations around the city, like KRS and Nanjangud. OPR is proposed to be built 4km away from Outer Ring Road (ORR). Muda commissioner M Mahesh said that Rs 5 crore has been set aside for the survey work. "The project, proposed in Master Plan-2031, factors in the growth of the city in 25 years and a rise in vehicular population," he said, announcing the OPR.
This comes 15 years after the Muda started the work on ORR, which helped the city expand its limits and improved realty sector. Though ORR was planned as a six-lane road, the urban body initially built a two-lane road and upgraded it with the funding from Centre under JnNURM. While the city has been accredited for its cleanliness - it was adjudged the Cleanest City in India for second time in mid-February --- experts credited the achievement to its planners who focused on planned development without succumbing to any pressures.

Project for water security

The urban body, which has to factor in rapid urbanization, is also focusing on the drinking water supply project given that the population of the city is projected to double by 2031. Muda will take over 100 acres at Hale Undawadi, located near KRS backwaters, where Karnataka Urban Water Supply and Drainage Board is planning to build a water pumping unit. The comprehensive water supply scheme is crucial for Mysuru's water security, given that it proposes to lift water directly from the dam, unlike now as Cauvery water released into the river or canals is pumped to the city. Muda will seek changes in the notification issued for taking over land for the project. Last week, Mysuru City Corporation also okayed the project.
Streetlights, solar power
Muda is seeking to generate solar power and supply it to streetlights on 42km of ORR. This is to cut down the electricity bills it is getting for supply of power to streetlights in layouts developed by it. It said it will set up a solar power generating unit near the ORR and generate 4 MW, which will be supplied to be used on the ORR. The excess power will be sold to the energy department, it stated. The solar power plant will require an investment of Rs 30 crore. Muda has set aside Rs 10 crore as an initial investment.
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Significance of this link connecting SH 33 & NH 766 is that it forms a part of the proposed Peripheral ring road around

ಕೇಂದ್ರ ಸರ್ಕಾರದ CRF(ಕೇಂದ್ರ ರಸ್ತೆ ನಿಧಿ ) ಅನುದಾನದ ರೂ 5 ಕೋಟಿ ವೆಚ್ಚದ ಕಡಕೋಳ - ಜಯಪುರ ರಸ್ತೆ ಕಾಮಗಾರಿಗೆ ಗುದ್ದಲಿ ಪೂಜೆ ನೆರವೇರಿಸಲಾಯಿತು.
Performed bhoomi Pooja to construct a road from Kadakola to Jayapura( Mysuru dist) at a cost of Rs 5 crore released from the Central Government's CRF fund.

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MUDA budget has sanctioned 10 lakh to finalise alignment for the peripheral ring road mooted in the masterplan
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Peripheral Ring Road Planned By MUDA To Decongest City
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Project mooted considering city’s growth for next 30 years; team to visit Andhra Pradesh to study land acquisition model

Mysuru: Considering the exponential growth of Mysuru city in the next 25 to 30 years, the Mysuru Urban Development Authority (MUDA) has come up with an ambitious plan of constructing a Peripheral Ring Road on the lines of the roads that have been constructed in Andhra Pradesh. A team will soon visit Andhra Pradesh to study the model there, including land acquisition and project implementation.

The Peripheral Ring Road will be 120-km-long covering most of the city outskirts and will connect the present Outer Ring Road that has been built to decongest the city. The Ring Road project proved a success to MUDA and the 42-km road carries most of the transport vehicles, eliminating their need to enter the Central Business District and cause traffic jams.

The present Ring Road connects the Bengaluru-Mysuru Highway, KRS Road, Hunsur Highway, Bogadi Road, H.D. Kote Road, Nanjangud Road and T. Narasipur Road, Bannur Road and Mahadevapura Road. The Ring Road is quite popular among Mysureans as they can choose a wide road to travel outside the city instead of navigating their vehicles along bumper-to-bumper traffic.

After developing the Ring Road and laying of street-lights, the MUDA has handed over the 42-km stretch to the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI). Considering the growth of the city in the next 25 to 30 years, the MUDA has now come up with the idea of Peripheral Ring Road. This road will be constructed beyond 8 kms of the present Ring Road and it will be of 120-km length.

Hundreds of acres of land will be required for this Peripheral Ring Road and the MUDA will need more than Rs. 1,000 crore to pay the land owners. To solve the issue, a MUDA team will head to Andhra Pradesh soon.

To build the new capital of Amaravathi, the Andhra government has developed the land in such a way that it is beneficial for both land owners and the government. In that model, after the land is acquired and developed, townships are built along 30 metres of the road. Here, the government will not give any compensation to the land owners but the owners will have their share either in townships or residential layouts.

Land owners can either sell the buildings in the townships or sell the land in the developed layouts. Or the government itself sells the developed buildings and handover the money to the land owners. Long-term agreements have been signed with town development authorities and according to MUDA officials, the scheme has gained acceptance in Andhra Pradesh and quite popular there.

The MUDA team that will go to Andhra is headed by Commissioner and comprises Superintending Engineer, Special Land Acquisition Officer and Town Planner Member. The team will visit the neighbouring State and study the model that has been implemented to develop Vijayawada-Noida (New Delhi) Road where not a single piece of land has been acquired by paying the land owners.

The team will meet the officials there who were involved in road planning and implementing authorities. Once the study is completed, a Detailed Project Report (DPR) will be prepared on the Peripheral Ring Road and will be presented before the MUDA Board and government for approval.
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