Learn Everything There Is To Know About The Bangalore-Mysore Infrastructure Corridor.

The Bangalore-Mysore Infrastructure Corridor is a 119-kilometer-long motorway connecting Bangalore and Mysore, Karnataka’s two major cities. The motorway’s construction cost around Rs 8,480 million. The thruway, which incorporates substantial infrastructure projects, cuts travel time between the two cities from three hours to 75 minutes. Other advantages of these types of developments include reduced automobile traffic jams, fewer emissions, and increased real estate demand in the surrounding districts.

Details on the Bangalore-Mysore Expressway

The Bangalore-Mysore Infrastructure Corridor, also known as the Bengaluru-Mysuru Economic Corridor, is being built as part of the Bharatmala Pariyojana Phase 1 project. The project’s goal is to provide greater connectivity and large real estate projects along the motorway, which will include five townships.

The 10-lane project includes a six-lane access-controlled highway for long-distance vehicles and a two-lane service road on either side for local traffic. The corridor will improve mobility by allowing light and heavy trucks to travel on separate lanes.

Multiple buildings are included in the design, including an eight-kilometer-long elevated corridor, 11 overpasses, 64 underpasses, four roadways over bridges, five bypasses, nine major bridges, and 42 minor bridges. The roadway will also have 21 bus stations along the way. The corridor contains bypass routes for areas between the two cities, including Bidadi, Ramanagara, Channapatna, Maddur, Mandya, and Srirangapatna.

Phased construction of the Bangalore-Mysore Expressway

The first phase of the corridor’s construction began in May 2019. The 56-kilometer route connects Bangalore to Nidaghatta and Maddur.

The project’s second phase began in December 2019. It is approximately 61 km long and links Nidaghatta to Mysore.

The development is being managed by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) under the Hybrid Annuity Model (HAM).

Bangalore-Mysore Expressway: Road

Mysore, Srirangapattana, Pandavapura, Mandya, Maddur, Channapattana, Ramanagara, Kengeri, and Bangalore will all be served by the Bangalore-Mysore Infrastructure Corridor.

Six bypasses will be built along the corridor, in Bidadi, Ramanagaram, Channapatna, Maddur, Mandya, and Srirangapatna. The Ramanagara and Channapatna bypasses will be the longest, stretching 22.35 km.

Effect of the Bangalore-Mysore Expressway on real estate

Given worsening air quality, traffic, and a shortage of space in cities, an increasing number of individuals are choosing to buy a home on the outskirts.

The Bangalore-Mysore Expressway is projected to bring up new opportunities for real estate investment. The motorway connects Bangalore and Mysore in about 75 minutes, reducing traffic congestion between the two cities. Furthermore, persons who own property along the corridor may have quick access to the two cities’ social and civic infrastructure.

The 10-lane route will accommodate anticipated traffic increase in the foreseeable future. The proximity and ease of access to the industrial regions of Kumbalgodu and Bidadi has increased work opportunities for the locals. The existence of reputable colleges and universities and healthcare providers adds significance to the real estate market and attracts purchasers.

Disclaimer: The views expressed above are for informational purposes only based on industry reports and related news stories. PropertyPistol does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of the information and shall not be held responsible for any action taken based on the published information.


No account yet? Register

(Visited 67 times, 1 visits today)

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.

Buy and Sell Properties
25k+ Properties
241+ Location
311+ Agents
1Lac+ Customers