ORR stretch to be thrown open
The Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) will be opening the Outer Ring Road (ORR) stretch from Narsingi to Patancheru for vehicular traffic shortly with minor diversions at two locations.
Constructed with a cost of Rs.704 crore, the length of 22.50-km stretch will provide connectivity from Patancheru to Vijayawada and Bangalore highways along with the State highways leading to Vikarabad, Srisailam and Nagarjunasagar.
With the completion of this stretch, a length of 85.5 km of ORR out of the total length of 158 km on the southern side will be available for motorists. After a joint inspection with officials, the police have agreed to allow traffic.
The interstate transport vehicles bound for Mumbai, Bangalore and Vijayawada can travel through this stretch during the daytime without going through the city limits.
The travel time for vehicles from Patancheru to Pedda Amberpet will be reduced from two-and-half hours to about 50 minutes while it will take 25 minutes from Patancheru to Shamshabad.
The geometrics of the road are designed for 120 kmph speed with access controlled features.
Join our Economic & infrastructural development in Andhra Pradesh
Who is online
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest