Ring Roads in Hyderabad


       INNER RING ROAD : Secunderabad, Uppal, L B Nagar, Chandrayanagutta, Aaramghar Chowrasta  and Mahedipatnam.



OUTER RING ROAD :The Outer Ring Road (ORR) is a 158 kilometer, 8-lane ring road expressway encircling the City of Hyderabad, AP, India. It is built by HMDA at a cost of Rs.6696 crores. with an assistance of Rs 3,123 crores from Japan International Cooperation Agency. The expressway is designed for speeds of 120 kmph. It gives a proper connectivity between NH 9, NH 7, NH 4 and state highways leading to Vikarabad, Srisailam and Nagarjunasagar. The expressway has fencing and a two-lane service roads on either side.


The road aims to improve connectivity and decongest the traffic flow on the existing major arterials between the outer suburbs of Greater Hyderabad. The state-run APSRTC is planning to build 22 terminals-cum-depots (TCD) along the Outer Ring Road.


The ORR passes through the villages in Ranga Reddy and Medak districts viz. Shamshabad, Tukkuguda, Kollur, Narsingi, Gachibowli, Patancheru, Bowrampet, Goudelli, Shamirpet, Ghatkesar, Pedda Amberpet, Bongloor and Medchal.



A 100 meters wide (300 feet), 290 kilomter Regional Ring Road (RRR) is planned on the existing road network. It helps in linking major national highways like NH 4, NH 7, NH 9 and NH 202. The RRR connects Shadnagar, Kandukoor on srisailam highway, Chevella, Shankarpally, Sangareddy, Toopran, Choutuppal and urban pockets in Medak, Mahbubnagar and Nalgonda districts.


In the first draft proposal, it was proposed as Peripheral Ring Road (PRR) but the ring road has been renamed as RRR, covering 290 km.