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MUDA Initiates Feasibility Study for Peripheral Ring Road in Mysuru

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Mysuru Urban Development Authority (MUDA) has called for proposals from Consultants to offer their expertise in creating a Detailed Project Report (DPR) and Feasibility Study for the construction of a Peripheral Ring Road (PRR). The selection process will follow the Least Cost Selection (LCS) Mode.

Need for Peripheral Ring Road in Mysuru 

The necessity for the Peripheral Ring Road in Mysuru has arisen due to the saturation of the Outer Ring Road (ORR), which can only accommodate the projected traffic volume up to the year 2030. The Mysuru city has expanded significantly beyond the Outer Ring Road’s capacity. The Peripheral Ring Road (PRR) is anticipated to enhance the flow of highway traffic around the Mysuru city and, indirectly, contribute to more systematic urban planning.

The Peripheral Ring Road (PRR) project is poised to span approximately 73.25 kilometers. It will be a six-lane carriageway flanked by service roads on either side. 

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Infrastructure Beyond Roads

Mysuru Urban Development Authority (MUDA) envisions a comprehensive transformation along the corridor. It has planned to establish clusters in the area between the existing Outer Ring Road (ORR) and the proposed Peripheral Ring Road(PPR). 

  1. A Heritage Living and Sports Village
  2. Pharmaceutical Clusters
  3. Garments and Apparel Clusters
  4. IT and BT Clusters
  5. Educational and Health Clusters
  6. Hardware and Software Clusters 

Integration of Urban Living

The proposed Peripheral Ring Road (PRR) will serve as a connecting thread between the Outer Ring Road (ORR) and the planned development clusters. This will help people reach different parts of the city easily and make it simpler to move goods around. This smart planning will bring different parts of the city closer together.

MUDA will emphasise on sustainability, ensuring that economic growth doesn’t harm the environment and the well-being of the community.

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