Bangalore is ready to get its first double-decker flyover by October 2021 which will run a separation of 3.35 km among Ragigudda and Central Silk Board. The road-cum-railway flyover is relied upon to relieve the congested bottlenecks along this specific stretch.
First time metro will run above flyover in Bangalore
For Bangalore, it will be the first time when that a metro line will run over a flyover. The elevated street is structured 8 meters over the street level though the Metro line will be fabricated 16 meters from the surface level. The point is to decongest the stretch; it is normal that the work will be finished by October 2021.
Similar double-decker flyover structures as of now exist in urban areas like Mumbai, Nagpur and Jaipur. In any case, Bangalore will be the main South Indian city to have a double-decker flyover. The whole stretch is being developed by the coordinated effort of URC Construction and Hindustan Construction Company (HCC) along the RV Road, raised stations at Ragigudda, Central Silk Board close Jayadeva emergency clinic, and BTM Layout.
BMRCL chief PR official expressed that starting and fixing of wings to the spine section of the road flyover was the most perplexing piece of the task. The general development cost of the elevated passageway, road-cum-rail flyover, stations, street widening and other unified works will take up around 797 crores.
Structure to give alleviation from traffic jams during prime hours
The lower deck of the flyover will be utilized by the vehicles though the Metro will utilize its top deck. This specific course is perhaps the busiest stretch in Bangalore and the venture is a piece of the completely raised RV Road - Bommasandra hallway Phase 2 undertaking of Metro. The course among Ragigudda and Central Silk Road will be without signal.
This new game plan is required to provide relief from the extreme traffic jams that are an ordinary issue during top hours. Both the elevated street and the surface street will have a sum of four paths and is required to acquire an improvement in the present traffic circumstance.
Starting at now, 12 pillars adapting both a Metro line and raised road are practically prepared. Work for other 12 pillars is now in progress. Altogether, the whole stretch among Ragigudda and Central Silk Board will have 70 pillars. Aside from the raised flyover, three paths, the two sides at grade road, will likewise exist.
The metro line with a length of around 19 km and 16 stations will associate the IT passages in the southern piece of the city, and is relied upon to decongest the occupied Hosur Road. The unpredictable project is being constructed under Namma Metro Phase 2.
Effect on Real Estate
Spreading over some of the significant peripheries of Bangalore, the project holds the possibility to change the look of real estate in Bangalore. Not exclusively will it encourage the communication designs, yet will likewise support housing demand in the interfacing areas. The venture would help ease traffic and vehicular motion. The entire South Bangalore is expected to experience a huge changeover with the upgraded connectivity. Moreover, real estate ventures are foreseen to see expanded grip because of the forthcoming undertaking. It has regularly been seen that individuals are hesitant to put resources into South Bangalore because of traffic jam, particularly close to the Hudson Circle, JC street or Bannerghatta - Hosur Road. The development will additionally give a driving force to the progress of the southern region.
However, the elevated flyover is intended to give the truly necessary break from the overwhelming traffic, the venture is confronting huge opposition from everybody. In any case, if the undertaking prevails with regards to relieving the traffic blockage, as predicted by the administration, it holds the possibility to change the face of Bangalore and its real estate market, massively.