Hyderabad Regional Ring Road – Information & Status

340 km Hyderabad Regional Ring Road (RRR) expressway project by NHAI is a proposed 4 lane access-controlled road connecting the towns of Sangareddy, Toopran, Choutuppal, Amangal, and Shankarpally.

This new greenfield expressway in Telangana will be developed in 2 parts (northern & southern) under the government’s Bharatmala Pariyojana (BMP) Phase-I program. Telangana Government plans to bear 50% of its land acquisition cost and allocated Rs. 750 crore towards it in its 2021-2022 budget.

  • Total Estimated Cost: Rs. 17,000 crore
  • Project’s Total Length: 340 km
  • Lanes: 4
  • Status: DPR Preparation
  • Deadline: Not Announced
  • Owner: National Highways Authority of India (NHAI)
  • Project Model: Not Announced

The project will be developed in two portions:

Northern half  with a length of approx. 182 km is estimated to cost Rs. 9,500-crore and will connect Sangareddy, Narsapur, Toopran, Gajwel, Yadadri, Pragnapur, Bhongir and Choutuppal.

Southern half with a length of approx. 164 km is estimated to cost Rs. 6,480-crore and will connect Choutuppal, Ibrahimpatnam, Kandukur, Amangal, Chevella, Shankarpally and Sangareddy.

Design

This greenfield expressway will be access-controlled with 4 lanes to begin with, but we’ll have to wait and see what the DPR recommends.

Current Status – April 2021

In April 2021, NHAI invited bids to prepare the northern portion’s DPR (Detailed Project Report).

Route Map

Hyderabad Regional Ring Road’s alignment will run roughly 30 km away from the operational 158 km Outer Ring Road (ORR). It will connect various national highways and state highways such as NH-44, NH-164, NH-65, NH-765, NH-63, SH-1, and SH-19.

The following route map is indicative:

Source: Government of Telangana

Hyderabad Regional Ring Road’s official PDF route map showing its alignment will be added here when finalized and available.

Tenders & Contractors

This section will be updated when tenders are invited for its construction.

Page last updated: April 27, 2021. Have a question or spot an error? Let me know here.