The project starts at Unkal Lake and ends at Gabbur. It will be executed in 3 phases. The first phase of the project (around 640m) is ready and it will be inaugurated soon.
The corridor will have Theme gardens, Food Street, Public Bicycle Sharing system, a Children’s play area, Public parks, Outdoor Gyms, and Sports arena, etc.
The Green Mobility Corridor aims to connect major roads with Cycle tracks and Walking Paths to encourage cycle and pedestrian movement across the city (Non-motorised transport Zone).
The corridor is well integrated with BRTS and Public Bicycle Sharing system to provide sustainable last-mile connectivity in the Hubballi city.
The total budget of the project is around ₹130 Crores. France government is funding ₹80 Crores and Smart City Limited will invest the remaining ₹50 Crores.
The project is funded jointly by Agence Francaise De Developpement (AFD), European Union, Ambassade De France En Inde, NIUA India and CITIIS etc.
The corridor will also have Multi arched Check dams with Walkways, Canopy over walkways, Vending Zones, Cycle tracks, Guardrails along the edge, and CCTV surveillance for enhanced safety.
Overall, the main objective of the project is to convert inaccessible and dead space into a physically accessible and vibrant green space in Hubballi city.