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Bengaluru to get 102 km elevated corridor at a cost of Rs 25,495 cr

Friday, 30 Nov 2018
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The state government of Karnataka gave its approval for construction of the 102 km long elevated corridor to decongest Bengaluru city’s traffic. The proposed corridor will connect north-south, east-west and central parts of the city.

The Karnataka Road Development Corporation (KRDCL) will take up the work on the corridor.

The estimated cost of the project is Rs 25,495 crore including the cost of land acquisition. The construction cost is estimated at Rs 15,299 crore. A sum of Rs 1,000 crore has also been earmarked in the Karnataka Budget 2018. For developing the project, a total of 92 acre of land will be required. Of the 92 acres, only around 17 acre belong to private individuals. The land acquisition is expected to be completed in a year.

On government land, the elevated roads will have six lanes, while the roads involving private properties will be two-lane, with a width of 3.5 mtr. The overall height of the elevated structure (from the ground) will be around 11 mtr.

The state government has planned for seven elevated corridors to ensure safe, fast and congestion-free connectivity to different parts of the city. A total of 3,716 trees will be required to be relocated to construct the elevated corridor.

The corridor will be build in seven different parts of the city. Of these three major corridors are, north-south corridor 1 (26.8 km) from Hebbal flyover to Central Silk Board, east-west corridor 1 (20.9 km) from K R Puram to Gorguntepalya and east-west corridor 2 (29.4 km) from Varthur Kodi to Jnanabharthi Junction.

The remaining sections of the corridor are east-west corridor 2 (4.4 km) from St John’s Hospital Junction to Agara on Outer Ring Road, connecting corridor 2 (from Ulsoor to east-west corridor 2 at D’souza Circle), connecting corridor 3 (2.8 km) from east-west corridor 1 at Wheeler’s Road Jn to Kalyan Nagar on Outer Ring Road, and another additional corridor from Ramamurthynagar (Ring Road) to ITPL stretch.

The project is set to begin in 2019 and is expected to be completed eight to 10 years.

 

 
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