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Regional Ring Road (RRR) Hyderabad Master Plan – A Complete Guide

Posted by vbvr on October 26, 2022
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What is Regional Ring Road (RRR)?

The Regional Ring Road Hyderabad (RRR Hyderabad) master plan is a massive project aimed at improving the road network in the city and its suburbs. It was approved by the Union Cabinet in 2018 and will cost Rs 17,000 crore over five years. The alignment almost touches the outer ring road (ORR), with four new interconnectors planned as part of it. There are also dedicated bus lanes along with median bus stations at a distance of one kilometer apart from other amenities like parking lots and pedestrian crossings.

The RRR Hyderabad was planned to improve connectivity between several districts in the state of Telangana. It will be one of India’s largest ring road projects, developed as part of phase 1 of the prestigious Bharatmala Pariyojana project. This four-lane, 340 kilometers, semi-greenfield expressway encircling the present Outer Ring Road (ORR) will be developed by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) – passing through 125 villages and five reserved forest areas.

Regional Ring Road Hyderabad Map

The Story Behind Planning Regional Ring Road (RRR)

The ORR was constructed to alleviate traffic congestion in and around Hyderabad. As a result of the success of this project, the state government proposed to the central government the construction of a Regional Ring Road (RRR) 30 kilometers off and around the ORR, connecting several districts and villages in and around the city. The Regional Ring Road (RRR) was designed to advance infrastructure and create job opportunities between the circular roads. Satellite Township is also planned for the 30-40 kilometer wide area between the ORR and the RRR. It will occupy 50 acres of land. It is planned to expand the existing road network by adding new stretches where linkages were previously lacking. The Hyderabad RRR will connect the districts surrounding the city. It will also connect major highways such as NH-44, NH-65, NH-163, and NH-765.

 

The RRR corridor is divided into four quadrants with respect to the crossing points of National Highways. 

 

  • Toopran (NH 44) to Malkapur (NH 65) – North East quadrant

  • Malkapur (NH 65) to Shadnagar (NH 44) – South East quadrant

  • Shadnagar (NH 44) to Koulampet (NH 65) – South West quadrant

  • Koulampet (NH 65) to Toopran (NH 44) – North West quadran

Northern and Southern Regions of Regional Ring Road (RRR)

The RRR project is divided into two parts: the northern part, which costs Rs 9,500 crores and is 158 kilometers long, and the southern part, which costs Rs 6,480 crores and is 182 kilometers long. The northern section will connect Sangareddy, Narsapur, Toopran, Gajwel, Yadadri, Pragnapur, Bhongir, and Chotuppal, while the southern section will connect Chotuppal, Ibrahimpatnam, Kandukur, Amangal, Chevella, Shankarpally, and Sangareddy.

 

 

Northern and Southern Regions of Regional Ring Road (RRR)

The RRR project is divided into two parts: the northern part, which costs Rs 9,500 crores and is 158 kilometers long, and the southern part, which costs Rs 6,480 crores and is 182 kilometers long. The northern section will connect Sangareddy, Narsapur, Toopran, Gajwel, Yadadri, Pragnapur, Bhongir, and Chotuppal, while the southern section will connect Chotuppal, Ibrahimpatnam, Kandukur, Amangal, Chevella, Shankarpally, and Sangareddy.

 

RRR – Infrastructural Boost

 

The Regional Ring Road will improve connectivity in Hyderabad, connecting the city to most districts and villages. This will promote growth in areas that have been previously restricted to the city and its peripheries. The improvement of infrastructure and other developments in the city will provide great benefits to surrounding regions.

 

The factors of affordable housing, available land, and a young cosmopolitan generation create an environment ripe for the development of Hyderabad. The areas around the Regional Ring Road will have a positive impact on trade and business, as well as the development of offices and industrial units. This will lead to an increase in employment, business, education, health, and entertainment. In addition, real estate will begin to flourish. Once these areas are connected to many districts and villages, investors will see the potential and begin to target these areas. Affordable housing projects will also increase in number.

A Sneak Peak

National Highways

covered

State Highways

covered

Districts 

covered

NH 44 (Nagpur, Bengaluru)

NH 65 (Mumbai, Vijayawada)

NH 161 (Nanded)

NH 163 (Warangal)

NH 765 (Srisailam)

SH 1 (Hyderabad – Karimnagar)

SH 4 (Hyderabad – Kodangal)

SH 6 (Hyderabad – Medak)

SH 17 (Sangareddy – Bhuvanagiri)

SH 19 (Nagarjunasagar)

Rangareddy

Bhuvanagiri

Siddipet

Medak

Sangareddy

Impact on Real Estate

Hyderabad, unlike any other city in India, is enjoying a real estate boom. The availability of large amounts of land, low prices despite many infrastructure expansion projects, foreign investments, and a youthful cosmopolitan population have all contributed to the growth of the Hyderabad real estate business. 

 

The new Regional Ring Road will pass through Bhuvanagiri, Choutuppal, Amangal, Shadnagar, Chevella, Shankarpalli, Sangareddy, Kandi, Narsapur, Toopran, Gajwel, and Jagdevpur. With the prospect of improved connectivity, the real estate market will boom in the areas surrounding the proposed RRR around Hyderabad. 

 

According to the Socio-Economic Outlook 2021 that was presented by the government along with the budget, the new road link will make it possible for MSMEs to develop new townships, IT parks, cold chains, agro-processing units, etc. Additionally, it will help farmers to sell their produce. Satellite cities will have improved connectivity and there will be significant growth seen in the residential and commercial realty market.

 

The formation of industrial clusters and associated infrastructures have made regional ring road areas prime real estate targets for marketers and investors seeking quick profits. This has led to increased development in these areas. Investing in open plots or lands now, before prices rise even further, is a wise move. If you are looking for more information on investment options around the proposed RRR, please feel free to contact us.

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