Outer Ring Road, Delhi

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This article is about the Outer Ring Road of New Delhi. For the Inner Ring Road, see Ring Road, New Delhi.

Outer Ring Road, Delhi is a ring road that encircles the city of Delhi. It has three lanes in each direction, with a total length of 47 km. Although it used to have traffic lights and at-grade intersections, mushrooming interchanges have reduced the number of lights to just two, and traffic now flows much more smoothly.

Delhi features two ring roads, a main one and an outer one. The two ring roads have a combined length of 87 km.


Outer Ring Road features 14 junctions. In no particular order, they are:

Pedestrian Underpasses[edit]

Like the Ring Road, Delhi's Outer Ring Road features some semblance of grade separation between pedestrian and vehicular traffic. Pedestrian underpasses are present at the following points:

  • Near Chirag Delhi Flyover (DTTDC)
  • Near IIT Flyover (DTTDC)
  • Dr. Hedgewar Marg at Saraswati Vihar
  • Soaminagar
  • Mangol Puri
  • Paras Cinema Flyover, Nehru Place
  • Munirka
  • At Sarvpriya Vihar (Recently Built)

Additional pedestrian underpasses are to start construction at the following points:

  • At Kalkaji Temple Junction
  • At Panchsheel Colony

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