Banglore - Mysore Infrastructure Corridor

  Bangalore – Mysore Infrastructure Corridor

Need:

Economic corridor not only connect the regions and countries through transportation but also strengthen the infrastructure construction by establishing industrial clusters where the attracting investments and developing regional economy.

Aim:

·       The primary aim of the project is to build a 6-lane expressway between Bangalore and Mysore where NICE will collect toll and maintain the express way for 30 – 40 years after its completion.

·       Understanding the evolution of BMIC.

·       Exploring the lake management practices in three villages before and after the project implementation.

Objective:

·       To facilitate the flow of goods, services, knowledge and capital in cost and time effective way towards achieving agenda for sustainable development.



The BMIC project comprises of the following:

  • Four lane Express way of 111 km length between Bangalore and Mysore with a Provision for extending the same to six lanes in the future [90m wide right of way]:
  • Four lane (expandable to six lanes) southern section of peripheral road of 41 km length connecting Bangalore-Pune (NH-4) to Bangalore-Hosur (NH-7) [75m wide right of way]:
  • Four lane link road of 9.1 km connecting "0" point of Express way to the junction of Chord Road (60m wide right of way) and Mysore Road.

  • Elevated road of 3.1 km length connecting the link road to the city centre:
    • The Expressway will have 8 interchanges, the peripheral road will have 7 interchanges at the junctions with the various highways leading into the city and the link road will have 01 interchange;
    • Five new townships proposed along the BMIC i.e., commercial township, corporate township, industrial township, heritage township and eco-tourism township.