Hosur Road Elevated Expressway

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Bangalore Elevated Tollway
Electronic City Elevated Expressway
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The Bangalore Elevated Tollway as seen over NICE Road
Carries4 lanes of road traffic
CrossesElectronic City, Singasandra, Bommanahalli, Bangalore–Mysore Infrastructure Corridor
Official nameBangalore Elevated Tollway
DesignRCC precast structure
Total length9.985 kilometers (6.204 mi) [1]
Height17 meters (56 ft)
OpenedJanuary 22, 2010

Electronic City Elevated Expressway (also known as Bangalore Elevated Tollway or Electronic City Flyover) is a 9.985 kilometers (6.204 mi) long elevated highway from Madiwala to Electronic City in Bangalore, India. The Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike and Bangalore Development Authority have planned a series of flyovers and underpasses to make this arterial road signal free.[2] The project is a part of the BETL (Bangalore Elevated Tollways Ltd), project as part of the National Highways Development Project and the Elevated Highways Project. It was initiated in early 2006, and was inaugurated on 22 January 2010.[3] It starts from Bomanahalli after the Central Silk Board flyover and goes on up to Electronic City. It goes above the BMIC flyover on Hosur Road, at a height of 17 meters (56 ft), thus making it Bangalore's tallest flyover.[4]

The elevated expressway has helped to reduce the commute time to the tech hub of Electronic City greatly. Post the construction of this expressway, the travel time to Electronic City from Silk Board junction near Koramangala is reduced to a mere 10 minutes.


  1. ^ "Completed Stretches of NHDP Phase 3". National Highways Authority of India. Retrieved 18 May 2012.
  2. ^ Manasi (27 October 2009). "Hosur Road widening is in full swing". Bangalore: Bangalore Mirror. Retrieved 27 March 2011.
  3. ^ "Expressway Elevates Commuting". Deccan Herald.
  4. ^ Sowmya Aji Mehu (9 September 2005). "56-foot-high highway to fly over BMIC road". Bangalore: Times of India. Retrieved 31 March 2011.