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1 Cross section – Inner Core Ring Road

2 BOT Projects on offer Salient features
Redevelopment of Malleshwaram Market – US $ 15 million Automated Car Park at Gandhinagar – US $ 2.5 million Kalasipalyam Bus Stand cum Commercial Complex – US $ 6.25 million Redevelopment of Puttanna Kanagal Theatre at Jayanagar – US $ 7.5 million Commercial Complex cum Mall at Koramangala – US $ 10 million Salient features All Projects located in the heart of the city Having high commercial land value BMP offers land on BOT basis for upto 30 years Full flexibility to investors to participate in developing projects of Public Importance

3 Peripheral Ring Road Peripheral Ring Road (PRR) around Bangalore city to decongest the city traffic Construction is proposed in two phases : Phase 1 : Tumkur Road to Hosur Road crossing Bellary Road, Old Madras Road, Varthur Road and Sarjapur Road – Length 65kms Phase 2 : Hosur Road to Tumkur Road crossing Kanakapura Road, Mysore Road and Magadi Road – Length 51kms

4 Proposed Peripheral Ring Road
Bellary Road (NH-7) Tumkur Road (NH-4) Old Madras Road (NH-4) Magadi Road Hosur Road (NH-7) Mysore Road Proposed Peripheral Ring Road Kanakapura Road(NH-209)

5 Peripheral Ring Road : Salient Features
Total length of PRR – 116 kms with Right of Way – 100 m Land required – 2825 acres 8 lanes divided dual carriageway with service roads of 3 lanes on either side Central median of 12m with a provision for Metro / Mono rail and buffer zones of 14m between service road and main carriageway Provision for longitudinal drains in the buffer zones and along the edges of the service road on both sides All major junctions across National Highways and State Highways are proposed with interchanges to have signal free corridor

6 Peripheral Ring Road : Salient Features
Major Bridges / ROB / RUB proposed across major Nalas and Railway lines Pedestrians / cattle passes proposed at all villages and minor road crossings Road furniture's include street lighting for both main carriageway and service roads, lane marking, signage Arboriculture development in the buffer zones and landscaping in central median Service and utility ducts are proposed along both the service roads

7 Project is approved by Bangalore Development Authority
Peripheral Ring Road : Project Cost Phase 1 Construction : US $ 400 million Phase 2 Construction : US $ 268 million Total construction cost : US $ 668 Million Period of construction : 3 years Project is approved by Bangalore Development Authority

8 B M R Ring Road Network Satellite Towns Ring Roads (STRR) : 204 kms, 90 metres – Connecting towns around Bangalore city to each other and to International Airport Intermediate Ring Roads (IRR) : 160 kms, 90 metres – Connecting industrial & residential developments around Bangalore city to each other and to International Airport Radial Roads : 180 kms, 60 metres – Radiating from Bangalore city connecting BMR – Satellite Town Ring Roads & BMR – Intermediate Ring Roads to the Peripheral and Outer Ring Roads Town Ring Roads – Around important towns in Bangalore Rural district viz. Anekal (24Km), Kanakapura (25Km), Ramanagara (24Km), Magadi (15Km), Nelamangala (32Km), Doddaballapura (23Km), Devanahalli (24Km) and Hosakote (28Km) New Airport Express way : Radiating from Outer Ring Road of Bangalore city and connecting New International Airport near Devanahalli and providing onward connectivity to NH 207 / BMR- STRR

9 Offers to Investors Satellite Town Ring Road 1 North Package 1
Dobbaspet – Doddaballapura – Devanahalli (58Km) 2 North Package 2 Devanahalli – Hoskote – Attibele (67Km) 3 South Package 1 Attibele – Anekal – Kanakpura – Ramnagar (97Km) 4 South Package 2 Ramnagar to Dobbaspet (75Km)

10 Investment Opportunities in Townships
In Acres Sl. No. Townships Pvt. land Govt. Total 1. Nandagudi 13,762 4,745 18,507 2. Solur 9,661 2,864 12,525 3. Ramanagara 3,621 392 4,013 4. Bidadi 6,959 2,725 9,684 5. Sathanur 5,891 10,341 16,232 39,894 21,067 60,961 1 2 3 4 5

11 Status of Township Projects
Bidadi Investment Size : INR 35 Bn (USD 775 Mn) Being implemented through PPP with M/s. DLF Consortium Ramanagara Investment Size: INR 15 Bn (USD 330 Mn) To be offered through bid route soon after Bidadi Township is awarded to eligible Investor Consortium Sathanur Investment Size: INR 60 Bn (USD 1330 Mn) Solur Investment Size: INR 45 Bn (USD 1000 Mn) Nandagudi Investment Size: INR 66 Bn (USD 1465 Mn)

12 Airport Expressway Project
Connecting Outer Ring Road to upcoming International Airport Distance : 26 Kms Width : 60 Mtrs Investment size : Will be known after techno-feasibility study is completed

13 Express Rail Link to Bangalore Airport
Estimated Project Cost : US $ 200 Million (including cost of land and rolling stock) 25 – 30 year concession under PPP model Route length : approx. 30 kms : Byappanahalli – New International Airport Estimated travel time : 30 minutes Estimated fare for one-way trip : US $ 8.75 ( ) Check-in facility at city-end terminal Detailed Project Studies under way

14 Express Rail Link to Bangalore Airport

15 Intermodal Transit Center at Bangalore
KSRTC and BMTC propose to jointly develop the existing Kempegowda Bus Terminal at Subhashnagar into an Intermodal Transit Center through Private Sector Participation on BOT basis Objectives : “Welcome gate” which will become the new focus for the city State of the art / modern terminal infrastructure facilities, amenities, services and conveniences integration of the terminals with the proposed mass transit system and City Railway Station Commercial development Site area : 31 acres Estimated cost : US $ 200 Million Request for qualification process completed

16 OTHER PROJECTS Projects on offer - BOT basis Improvement of Dharwad-Alnawar-Ramanagar road – Rs crores Express way from outer ring road to International Airport – Rs crores. Improvements of Chikkanayakanahalli – Tiptur-Hassan road – Rs crores. Improvements of State High way SH 10 from Maharastra border to Andhra Pradesh border in Gulbarga District - 2nd Stage of Modern Deep sea port at Karwar - Rs crores.

17 Tourism Projects on Offer
Department of Tourism intends to develop tourist facilities ( resorts ) at various tourist locations Development of Mines Tourism at Kolar Gold Fields Development of Sound and Light Show at various tourist locations Redevelopment of Tourism Properties of KSTDC

18 Nodal Agency : Jungle Lodges & Resorts (JLR)
Eco – Tourism Projects in Karnataka Nodal Agency : Jungle Lodges & Resorts (JLR) Development of 10 new eco-tourism destinations with themes in the State. Presently JLR has identified about 4 locations (Almatti, Bonal tank, Jog Falls, Desur) for development Estimated redevelopment cost of around US $ 3 million ( for 4 locations ) The proposal envisages development of these projects either as a management arrangement or on long-term BOT concessions Facilities such as water sports, trekking, fishing, hang-gliding etc to be provided

:OBJECTIVES : To forge a symbiotic relationship between Karnataka and its Diaspora. To provide information on Karnataka, developments and investment opportunities in the State across all potential sectors. To facilitate investors among NRKs (Non-Resident Kannadigas) and PKOs (People of Karnataka Origin) in setting up their ventures in the State. To draw up the knowledge reservoir of Diaspora for development of the State. To promote Karnataka’s culture and heritage overseas. To Act as window to provide information to Diaspora about education facilities, health facilities available in Karnataka and other information of interest to the Diaspora.

20 Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) are approved through 2 routes :
Investing in India Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) are approved through 2 routes : Automatic Approval by Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for nearly 60 categories – time taken 2 weeks Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) Route for cases not covered under automatic approval – time taken 4 to 6 weeks

21 Facilitating Investments - Catalyzing Growth
Karnataka Udyog Mitra

22 Single Window Approach
Investing in Karnataka – The Approval Mechanism Single Window Approach State High Level Clearance Committee (SHLCC) chaired by the Chief Minister – For Investments above US $ 12.5 Million State Level Single Window Clearance Committee (SLSWCC) For Investments between US $ 0.75 and US $ 12.5 Million The State has well defined processes to streamline procedure for approvals, clearances to facilitate a hassle free journey for the investor from planning to implementation. We have a State High Level Clearance Committee (SHLCC) chaired by the Hon`ble Chief Minister, Government of Karnataka, which clears projects with investments above US $ 11 Million. Similarly we have a State Level Single Window Clearance Committee (SLSWCC) which clears projects with investments between US $ 0.6 and US $ 11 Million. We have a Government of Karnataka Organisation known as Karanataka Udyog Mitra (KUM) which when translated to English means ‘FRIEND OF INDUSTRY’ . Karnataka Udyog Mitra acts as a single point contact for investors and provides escort services and facilitations to investors for investments in the State. Karnataka Udyog Mitra Single Point Contact Point for Investors acts as a secretariat for the above committees 22 22

23 For Further Details, Contact :
K.M.Shivakumar, IAS Principal Secretary, Commerce and Industries Department Vikasa Soudha, Bangalore – Phone : Fax : Dr. Raj Kumar Khatri, IAS Director of Industries & Commerce and Commissioner for Industrial Development Phone : 91 – 80 – Fax : 91 – 80 – Managing Director , KARNATAKA UDYOG MITRA Khanija Bhavan, 3rd Floor, South Wing, # 49, Race Course Road, Bangalore , India. Ph : , , , Fax : Website :

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