`They will help provide better connectivity in and around the city'
Bangalore: The Bangalore Metropolitan Region Development Authority (BMRDA) plans to develop 734 km ring roads in the city.
The authority will develop Satellite Town Ring Road, the Intermediate Ring Road and Radial Roads.
According to the plans released at the launch of BMRDA's land survey here on Monday,the Satellite Town Ring Road (284 km) will connect important satellite towns like Gudemaaranahalli, Dobbspet, Doddaballapur, Devanahalli, Sulibele, Hoskote, Sarjapur, Attibele, Anekal, Tattikere, Kanakapura, Ramanagaram and Magadi.
The Intermediate Ring Road (188 km) circumventing the city beyond the proposed BDA Peripheral Road (110 km) connecting Tattekere, Harohalli, Bidadi, Thippagondanahalli. Nelamangala, Devanahalli, Nallur, Hoskote and Sarjapur.
Radial Roads (262 km) will connect the existing Outer Ring Road and the proposed Peripheral Road of the BDA as well as the BMRDA proposed Intermediate Ring Road and Satellite Town Ring Road.
Ring roads for Ramanagaram, Kanakapura, Anekal, Hoskote, Devanahalli, Doddaballapur, Nelamangala, Magadi towns that will be connected by Satellite Town Ring Road and Intermediate Ring Road. The five townships are Bidadi (9,684 acres) Ramanagaram (4,103 acres), Sathanur (16,232 acres), Solur (12,525 acres) and Nandagudi (18,507 acres).
BMRDA Metropolitan Commissioner Sudhir Krishna, after a presentation on the project, said ring road development had several advantages and would help provide better connectivity in and around the city.