Residents of Indore, rejoice! Four new roads to help ease out traffic related issues in the city
Residents of Indore are always on the lookout for new and exciting developments and that is why we are here to tell you that the city will get four new roads in just a matter of two years!
Indore's city scape is expanding at a phenomenal rate and with all the progress the city has had in the past few years, we're excited to see how this will change the face of the city.
Four new roads are coming up in Indore and they will bring not only convenience to residents of different parts of the city but will also ensure that bottlenecks, and traffic jams are reduced, along with travel times. Traffic in Indore is like the Achilles' heel of the city but with the help of the four new roads, one can expect traffic conditions to get better in the coming few years.
Sure, transforming the entire traffic would be a herculean task but the four new roads will certainly be a step in the right direction. The new roads will include MR-3, MR-5, MR-9 & RE-2.
Residents of Pipliyapala Regional Park and Bypass are in for a treat because that is where the MR-3 road is going to come up, bringing with it more streamlined traffic. MR-5 will take commuters from Indore Wire Square to Bada Bangarda, both of which are rather congested routes as of now.
As for the other two roads, MR-9 and RE-2, they will be constructed to connect areas from Ring Road (IDA Scheme No 53) to Bypass and from Bhuri Tekri to RTO via Nemawar Road respectively.
All four of these routes are connecting different areas, so the effect of their results will carry on all across the city. These areas are often rather congested but with the new roads, the situation would surely change.
When it comes to traffic in Indore, residents have it rather mixed. While in some areas, the condition isn't that bad, most areas are plagued by issues such as traffic jams, congestions and a whole lot more. These new roads will certainly help streamline the traffic to some extent and we're completely backing it.