The Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) has finalised a project to construct a six-lane road which connects Mysuru and Magadi Roads through Kempegowda Layout and is expected to submit the proposal to the State Government soon and the project might be completed in 18-24 months.
The six-lane road will be constructed from Mysuru Road located at one end of Kempegowda Layout to Magadi road. A portion of the road — around 10.7 km — will be taken up as an arterial road at an estimated cost of Rs 350-370 crore. This road will have two-lane service road on the both sides and around 320 acres of land may be required for the completion of this project.
The proposed road will put a curb on the entry of heavy vehicles into the city.
After the construction of the connecting road, two sides, along the road, will help take up business activities. For the purpose, about 250 acres of land has been identified in five different places. Information technology companies and industrials units will be established under the Public Private Participation (PPP) model.