Highlights of 10 Lane Bengaluru Mysuru Highway

On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Karnataka to officially open the ambitious 10-lane Bengaluru-Mysuru highway. Thus, the Mandya district police have provided travelers with advice and detours to help them avoid traffic and assure the PM’s safety.

The Mandya police announced a directive on Thursday that prohibited vehicles from using the highway on March 12 from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. for 12 hours. The decree also provided commuters with alternate routes to use.

The Hon’ble Prime Minister of India had arrivied at Mandya Nagar and Maddur on March 12, 2023; hence, the Hon’ble District Collector had issued an order to adjust the route of all sorts of vehicles from six in the morning to six in the evening for the protection of the dignitaries.

Vehicles traveling from Mysuru to Bengaluru through Mandya are advised to utilize the alternate route of Mysuru-Bannur-Kirugavalu-Halaguru-Kanakapura-Bengaluru. Vehicles traveling from Tumakuru to Mysuru through Mandya are advised to adopt the alternate route of Tumakuru-Bellur cross-Nagamangala-Pandavapura-Srirangapatna-Mysuru.

The Bengaluru-Channapatna-Halaguru-Malavalli-Kirugavalu-Halaguru-Bannur-Mysuru road should be used by cars traveling from Bengaluru to Mysuru. The Bengaluru-Halaguru-Malavalli-Kollegala-MM Hills road should be used instead by vehicles traveling from Bengaluru to MM Hills through Maddur.

Prior to its opening, PM Modi commented on a tweet by Nitin Gadkari, Minister of Road Transport and Highways, stating that the expressway was a crucial connectivity project that will help Karnataka’s growth trajectory.

The 118 km road, built for $8,408 crore, would cut the distance between Bengaluru and Mysuru travel time in half, from 3.5 hours to about 1.5 hours.

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