Construction of 6 bypasses on Bengaluru-Mysuru to decongest traffic
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Construction of 6 bypasses on Bengaluru-Mysuru to decongest traffic

Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari told the media that the construction of six bypasses between Bengaluru-Mysuru, as part of the ongoing expressway project, will help in decreasing traffic congestion at several stretches.

The Minister said that the six bypasses on the stretch would allow motorists near Maddur, Bidadi, Channarayapatna, Ramanagaram, Mandya, and Srirangapatna for an aggregate length of 51 km.

He said that the present travel time of three hours would decrease to 90 minutes once the Bengaluru–Mysuru expressway project was finished. However, in March, the Minister said that the commuting time will be reduced to 75 minutes.

A deadline of October 2022 has been fixed to finish the expressway project. The project is being executed in two packages: the first one from Panchamukhi Temple Junction in Bengaluru south zone that ends close to Nidgatta and another from Nidagatta to Mysuru.

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Also read: Bengaluru-Mysuru travel time to reduce to 75 minutes soon

Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari told the media that the construction of six bypasses between Bengaluru-Mysuru, as part of the ongoing expressway project, will help in decreasing traffic congestion at several stretches. The Minister said that the six bypasses on the stretch would allow motorists near Maddur, Bidadi, Channarayapatna, Ramanagaram, Mandya, and Srirangapatna for an aggregate length of 51 km. He said that the present travel time of three hours would decrease to 90 minutes once the Bengaluru–Mysuru expressway project was finished. However, in March, the Minister said that the commuting time will be reduced to 75 minutes. A deadline of October 2022 has been fixed to finish the expressway project. The project is being executed in two packages: the first one from Panchamukhi Temple Junction in Bengaluru south zone that ends close to Nidgatta and another from Nidagatta to Mysuru. Image Source Also read: Bengaluru-Mysuru travel time to reduce to 75 minutes soon

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