The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEF&CC) has accorded terms of reference (ToR) for development of Satellite Town Ring Road (STRR) Phase-I.
The project envisages development of STRR Phase-I of NH-948A from Dobbaspete to Ramanagara (0.000 km to 82.200 km) 82.20 km in Ramanagara District, Karnataka.
The project is being developed by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) under Bharatmala Pariyojana.
The STRR of Bangalore of the newly declared NH-948A is a proposed six-lane highway having a total length of 179.969 km in the states Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. The project will be taken in three phases: Phase-I (from ch 0.00 to ch 82.200) in Karnataka, Phase-Il (from ch 82.200 to ch 140.000) in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu and Phase-Ill (from ch 140.000 to ch 179.969) in Tamil Nadu. The proposed Phase-I begins at design ch 0.00 near Oblapura village at Nelamangala taluk of Bengaluru Rural district and ends at ch 82.200 at cross point of SH-3, 52.700 km near Kailancha village at Ramanagara taluk in Ramanagara district.
The proposed land acquisition for the alignment will be around total 785.5 ha. The project will be developed at a cost of Rs 2,600 crore. The ending point of STTRR Phase-I will be further integrated with Phase-II.
The proposed road will have two major bridges, five minor bridges, 144 culverts, three ROBs, 27 vehicular underpasses, four interchanges and one flyover.