The work on the 140 kilometer long and 80 meter wide six lane outer ring road will start in two months. NHAI (National Highway Authority of India) will build it. According to the detailed survey, land from villages of Indore, Dhar and Dewas districts will be acquired. Outer Ring Road will prove to be very important for Indore, because its construction will reduce the traffic load on the existing Ring Road and bypass.

Under the Bharat Mala Project, this ring will be built starting from Khandwa (in front of Rau Bypass Toll Block) on NH-52, passing through Betma, Shipra, Doublechowki, Simrol, till Bhardala village near Khandwa.

64 villages of Indore district will come under its jurisdiction. Of these, 26 villages fall in the Western Bypass and 38 in the Eastern Bypass. A total of 1131.10 hectares of land is to be acquired. Of this, 41.81 hectares of land is forest.

Is of land. 7480 trees will be affected. NHAI claims that 1.59 lakh trees will be planted in its place. This corridor will pass through four rivers Gambhir, Saraswati, Shipra and Tincha.

5.5 crore project

140 kilometer length

80 meter width

08 Major Bridge

45 small bridges

166 box crossings will also be built

Source – Dainik bhaskar

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