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Missing ROBs on Mysuru Bengaluru Highway Service Lanes to be Constructed

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The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has prohibited the movement of 2/3-wheelers on the Bengaluru-Mysuru Access Controlled Highway starting from August 1, 2023. This decision was taken to enhance safety on the high-speed corridor, which has speed limits varying from 80 to 100 km/hr for motor vehicles.

To accommodate 2/3-wheelers, a toll-free seven-meter wide, two-lane service road is available on both sides of the Access Controlled Highway. This service road is separate from the main highway and allows slower-moving vehicles to travel safely without hindering the high-speed vehicles.

Currently, there are three gaps on the Service Road due to Railway Over Bridges (ROBs) at Bididi, Ramanagara & Channapatna, and Mandya. However, 2/3-wheelers can still use the old Mysuru Road to travel through these gaps and access the Service Road again on the other side.

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Mysuru Bengaluru Highway
Mysuru Bengaluru Highway

To make the Service Road continuous along the entire 118 km length of the Access Controlled Highway, NHAI has plans to construct three ROBs on the Service Road at the existing gaps mentioned above. This will ensure a seamless and safe journey for 2/3-wheelers using the Service Road.

In addition to constructing ROBs, NHAI will also work on improving the bypassed portion of the old Mysuru Bengaluru road to enhance connectivity and convenience for commuters.

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