Did you know? Bengaluru-Mysore Expressway is a ten-lane corridor from Mysuru's Columbia Asia junction to Bengaluru's Panchamukhi temple near the NICE Road junction, covering 117 km. A six-lane access-controlled highway for traffic and a two-lane service road on either side for local traffic make up the 10-lane project.
The expressway also includes bypass roads for towns and cities along the way, such as Bidadi, Ramanagara, Channapatna, Maddur, Mandya, and Srirangapatna. As a part of Bharatmala Pariyojana, Phase I, the Bengaluru-Mysuru Economic Expressway, is being developed into ten lanes at the cost of INR 8,172 Cr.
The building of the economic corridor began in two parts, with the first phase starting in May 2019 and stretching 56 kilometres from Bengaluru to Nidaghatta in Maddur. Nidaghatta is linked to Mysuru for the second leg of the project (started from December 2019), which covers about 61 kilometres.
It will reduce travel time from 3 hours to only 90 minutes between the two cities. The massive Bengaluru-Mysuru Economic Corridor project is scheduled to be finished in October 2022.
What’s Driving Bengaluru Mysore Expressway demand?
Proximity to industrial hubs at Bidadi & Kumbalagudu
Reduced time from Mysuru to Bengaluru
Excellent educational institutes and medical facilities available
Excellent Railway and Bus connectivity throughout the stretch
A-Katha plots are available making it easy to get bank loans
Social and Retail Infrastructure is excellent in the corridor. The highway is connected to the rest of Bengaluru via the NICE Road and the Outer Ring Road.
The metro facility is under construction until the Challaghatta area (purple lane) connects to Whitefield in east Bengaluru.
Excellent roadway connectivity with good frequency of KSRTC and BMTC busses
The prime IT hub along the stretch is Global Village Tech Park which is 8 km from Kumbalgodu.
The Kumbalgodu Industrial area and Bidadi Industrial Area houses many manufacturing units such as V Guard Industries, Toyota Boshoku Automotive India (P) Ltd., Pepsi Factory, Bosch Rexroth, Samsung India Electronics, and Scania cv India Pvt Ltd.
From Columbia Asia Junction, Mysore, the Infosys headquarters is just 8 km away.
Unmissable infrastructure Advantage of Bangalore Mysore Expressway
Don Bosco Institute of Technology, Shree Swaminarayan Gurukul International School, Christ University, and Rajarajeshwari Dental College are among the prime educationals institutions along the Bengaluru-Mysore Expressway.
Columbia Asia (Mysore), Rajarajeshwari Hospital (Kumbalgodu), Penesia Hospital (Kengeri), and Manasa Multispeciality Hospital (Bidadi) are among the prominent healthcare service providers.
Wonderla Amusement Park, Janapada Loka, Ranganathittu, temples and fort at Srirangapatna are some of the major tourist attractions.
Kumbalgodu, Chunchunaguppe, Doddamaranahalli, Gollahalli, Ganapathihalli, Ajjanahalli, Byalalu, and Doddaaladamara have around 200-250 acres of private plot layouts carved out of agricultural land. Some of the best projects include SLN CIty, Arya Best City and T John Layout, Pegasus, KNS Infra Corridors, Neha residency and Bengaluru University Layout
Residential plots of various sizes viz 20x30, 30x40, 30x60, 40x60, 80x100 sqft are available along the Bengaluru Mysore Highway ranging from INR 1000 to INR 2500 per sq ft.
Cholanayakanahalli, near Magadi Road region, is seeing increased industrial plot development.
Bengaluru-Mysore Expressway has recently become a realty hotspot. Bengaluru’s hectic city life, traffic, and high pollution levels are encouraging potential investors to explore the city's outskirts as a real estate investment alternative. The Bengaluru Mysore highway provides superior infrastructure and seamless connectivity, ensuring a bright future. Plots appreciate more than apartments because, unlike flats, time has no deteriorating effect on your investment in a plot. As a result, plots are a good option if you're searching for investment and want to see your money increase.