Pune: Government Approves Reduction Of PMRDA Ring Road Width 

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Pune, 20th November 2021: The Maharashtra state government has finally given its nod to reduce the width of the ring road of the Pune Metropolitan Region Development Authority (PMRDA). 

The 88 km long ring road will now be 65 m wide. This decision taken by the state government will give a boost to the work on the ring road which has been stalled for the last few years. 

PMRDA has already decided to develop Ring Road in the Regional Development Plan. It had a total length of 128 km. In the first phase, it was 90 meters wide. But in the meantime, like MSRDC’s ring road, a decision was made to make it 110 meters wide. PMRDA sent a proposal to the state government to increase the width.

PMRDA’s ring road was 128 km long. But the distance between PMRDA and MSRDC is about 15 km. The two ring roads overlap in some villages. Therefore, in the villages where these two ring roads are overlapping, it was earlier decided to exclude such a 40 km long MSRDC ring road. In the meantime, it was re-assigned to MSRDC. Therefore, the ring road of PMRDA will now be 88 km long.