HYDERABAD: Vehicle traffic in the metropolitan area of Hyderabad will soon have a hassle-free movement. This is because the Roads and Buildings (R & B) department has begun to pose the ambitious Ring Road Regional (RRR) from Sangareddy to Kandi. This is in addition to the existing 158 km outer peripheral road.
The 70 km of the total extent of 346 km is developed in a four-lane road by the state government, while the remaining time has to be used with financial assistance from the Union Road Transport Ministry, As most RRRs fall under the national highways.
Officials said that once the RRR is over, those traveling from Pune to Vijayawada can take RRR to Sangareddy and directly reach Choutuppal. R & B department officials said that to facilitate the preparation of the detailed project report (DPR), fixing road alignment, land acquisition and also enforcement, the 346 km were divided In northern and southern parts. While the northern part covers 163 km of road and passes from Sangareddy to Choutuppaly via Toopran, Gajwel, Janagaon,
Bhongir and Choutuppaly, the 183 km south corridor of Choutuppal, Ibrahimpatnam, Kadthal, Shadnagar, Chevella, Kandi ends in Sangareddy. “The CPR north corridor has already been prepared and the state government is in the process of appointing a consultant for the southern corridor. At the same time, work on Sangareddy will continue,” said the Director General of Roads and Highways. Buildings (R & B), Ganapathy Reddy. YOU.
Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, who spoke to the Minister of Transport Union Nitin Gadkari on Monday on various overflight projects in the city, also called on the latter to sanction financial aid for the north corridor for which the report Project has already been sent to the Center. Interestingly, the Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA), a few years ago, had proposed the regional perimeter for about 290 km to improve connectivity at Outer Ring Road and to ease traffic congestion on city. It was proposed in the Hyderabad Metropolitan Regional Master Plan for a width of 200 feet.
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The RRR is offered with a 90-meter (six-lane) right-of-way such as Toopran, Narsapur, Sanga Reddy, Eddumailaram, Chevella, Shabad, Shadnagar, Daudguda, Gundelaguda, Ibrahimnagar, Malkapuram and Bibinagar. But last year’s chief minister, Chandrasekhar Rao, asked the R & B department to resume the project, as most of the roads do not belong to the national state or to the state.