Monday, March 26, 2007

Govt issues land notification for Peripheral Ring Road TIMES NEWS NETWORK

Govt issues land notification for Peripheral Ring Road

Bangalore: The BDA has issued notification for acquisition of land for the Peripheral Ring Road (PRR) project, the most expensive so far at Rs 31 crore per km.
The final notification has been issued for phase I of the project, which passes through 104 villages. The phase II, the preliminary notification has been issued.
Of the 1,900-odd acres of land notified for the phase I, nearly 240 acres each will be utilised for BMTC to construct 12 bus depots and for 12 truck terminals. Taking a cue from its earlier land acquisition exercises — which had run into rough weather — this time BDA has not notified built-up structures with clear titles unless these are situated on the proposed roads, drains or other civic amenity spots.
The proposed PRR was reviewed and realigned after it was found to be clashing with BMIC over a 41-km stretch between Tumkur Road and Hosur Road.
100 mtr wide, 8-lane road, dual carriageway with 3-lane service roads. Central median of 12-mtr with provision for Metro/Mono rail. All major junctions across NHs and SHs will have interchanges to have signal fr


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