Chennamma Circle flyover work started at Desai Cross

Rani Chennamma Circle flyover, one of the important projects of Hubballi city is making constant progress. The flyover work has started near Desai Cross on Club Road.

Haryana-based Jandu Construction is constructing the flyover at Hubballi. The excavation work has started near Desai circle. As of now, traffic has not been diverted.

Chennamma Circle flyover work started at Desai Cross
Excavation work started near Desai Cross

In other areas, Pier and Pier cap construction for one arm of the flyover descending towards Gokul Road is completed till Vani Vilas Circle near Hosur. In other words, the substructure part is completed.

As far as Superstructure is concerned, Girders have been placed from Hosur circle towards Vani Vilas Circle except near Vikas Nagar junction The barrier work is in progress.

Pier and Pier cap construction of the flyover near IT Park (Stretch between Old bus stand and Hosur circle) has been completed. However, Girders are yet to be placed.

Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways had laid the Foundation stone for the Construction of the flyover virtually around a year back (15th January 2021).

Central Government had approved the construction of an Elevated Corridor/Flyover at Rani Chennamma Circle of Hubballi at a cost of ₹298 Crores.

The Elevated Corridor/Flyover of 3.6km will have all Safety provisions like Crash barriers, Lighting, Signboards, and Markings will be implemented to ease traffic congestion.

As per the plan, the flyover will be an oval-shaped structure that covers the entire circle. A 4-lane road would connect Ambedkar circle via Lamington Road.

From the elevated corridor, A 2-lane road would proceed towards Hosur Circle via IT Park and a similar road will connect Vijayapura Road via Desai Cross.

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  1. Hats off to the city planners, engineers, and public representatives who have planned this with a poor foresight. The flyover that spans from Hosur circle is just a one-way, meaning people can use it while going towards the airport, but cannot use it while coming back. Why could that not been a two-way (double road)? This would not solve any congestion in practical sense.

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