Pune Ring Road
Pune Ring Road is a proposed circular road for Pune city. This decision was taken on June 12, 2007 by Chief Minister of Maharashtra to avoid traffic congestion in the city of Pune. The Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation and Pune Municipal Corporation are responsible to make necessary provisions for this plan. The total length of road is 161.73 kilometers. The total cost will be ₹104.08 billion (US$1.6 billion).
This project will be completed in four phases:
- Phase 1: Theur Phata (On NH 9) - Kesnand - Charoli - Wagholi - Bhavdi - Tulapur - Alandi - Kalegaon - Chimbli (On NH 50)
- Phase 2: Chimbli (On NH 50) - Moee - Nighoje - Sangurde - Shelarwadi - NH 4 - Shirgaon - Chandkhed - Pachne - Pimpoli - Rihe - Ghotawde - Pirangut.
- Phase 3: Pirangut - Urwade - Mutha Bhuli - Sangrun - Nigde - Khamgaon - Ghera - Sinhagad - Kalyan - Kondanpur - Khed Shivapur - NH 4.
- Phase 4: NH 4 -Khed Shivapur- Gogalwadi - Patharwadi - Bhivri - Kanifnath - Theur Phata (On NH 9)
- Project Details
- Total Length: 161.73 km.
- Total Cost: ₹104.08 billion (US$1.6 billion)
- Total Lanes on Road: 6.
- Service Lanes: 2 on both sides.
- Flyovers: 12.
- Rail Bridges: 4.
- Bridges: 7 overs Valleys.
- Subway Road: 14.
- Tunnels: 13.
- A ring rail has also been taken under consideration parallel to this road for good suburban connection.
- Ring Road (Pune) Presentation
- Dy CM cuts short meet over ring road
- Ring road project gets Pawar’s push
- Now, Urban development department to focus on traffic, transport woes
- Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation revives ring road plan
- Pune ring road gets a Pawar push
- Consultants for Ring Road in Pune