Srirangapatna bypass on Bengaluru- Mysuru Expressway inaugurated for traffic

Mysuru-Kodagu MP Pratap Simha said the 7-km Srirangapatna bypass road on the Bengaluru-Mysury Expressway has been finished and is now available for traffic.

With the release of this news, all five bypasses on the 52-km greenfield segment of the 117-km expressway—which was just three days ago opened its 10-km Mandya bypass—have now been made operational.

A 7-km portion that avoids Bidadi, a 22-km piece that avoids Ramanagaram and Channapatna, and a 7-km section that avoids Maddur had previously been inaugurated by the authorities.

The toll plazas near both Bengaluru and Mysuru in the expressway are yet to be opened. Once the expressway is officially opened, the plying of two-wheelers and three-wheelers will be banned on the main carriageway.

The 117-km expressway is built at Rs 8,408 crore in two packages. Out of the total length, 52 km is greenfield consisting of five bypasses to reduce traffic congestion in the towns.

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