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Bengaluru-Mysuru Expressway Will Reduce Travel Time By Half

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Bengaluru-Mysuru Expressway Will Reduce Travel Time By Half

The revamped stretch of the NH275 from Bengaluru to Mysuru, which is expected to cut travel time from 3 hours to just 75 minutes, is expected to open in October 2022.

Recently, Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for Roads, announced that the NH275 stretch from Bengaluru and Mysuru will be opened to public in October 2022.

It is expected to reduce travel time by as much as 3 hours

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The new 10-lane highway, which spans 177km, is expected to be state of the art, and will have large rest stops along its route. 

This massive project was officially announced in 2019.

It will be available for use nearly three years after it began. These are the key facts and details about the highway’s operation and features.

Bengaluru-Mysuru Expressway Will Reduce Travel Time By Half

Bengaluru-Mysuru Expressway Will Reduce Travel Time By Half

The new expressway will start in Kengeri, Bengaluru, and end in Naguvanahalli, Mysuru

Although the route is largely the same as the old highway, it will bypass six towns that traffic would otherwise slow down. 

Six bypasses are available at Bidadi (Ramanagaram), Channapatna Maddur, Mandya and Srirangapatna

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The Channapatna-Ramnagara bypass, which measures 22.3 km long, is the longest.

The route from Bengaluru and Mysuru connects them to other places like Chikkamagluru and Kodagu and Mangaluru.

This is why there is a high flow of vehicles, including large trucks, tankers, along the route.

The highway’s 117-km length will be able to handle heavy traffic, particularly on weekends and holidays. 

The highway will pass through Karnataka’s varied terrain and may include 72 major and minor bridges as well as 41 vehicle underpasses, 13 pedestrian underpasses, and four rail overbridges. 

There will be two rest stops along the stretch.

The expressway was split into two phases — the first, which ran between Bengaluru, Nidaghatta and Mysuru, and the second, running from Nidaghatta and Mysuru. 

The National Highways Authorities of India, (NHAI) is completing the entire project at a cost of Rs 8,066 crore. 

There are six lanes and two service lanes for high-speed vehicles. There will be paved shoulders.

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