Iblur flyover open, traffic update

Many of you would have noticed the Iblur flyover opened yesterday. The Forward150 federation, Outer Ring Road Companies Association (ORRCA) is working with the traffic police to improve the traffic at the junction.

The road leading to Bellandur from Iblur is being cleared and the diversions removed in a weeks time. Vehicles plying from Bellandur towards Iblur need to go on top of the flyover and land at Iblur village cross, vehicles plying from Bellandur towards Sarjapur need to take the left lane/service road before the flyover and turn left.

Haphazard parking is a big problem, especially on the roads near Bellandur junction, Spencers and Total Mall. People are ignoring the no-parking boards. We have requested the traffic police to penalize the violators.

Vehicles, mainly public transport buses from Sarjapur Road to Marathahalli and Iblur to Sarjapur Road  will cross under the flyover. Lane discipline is the only way to keep this smooth.

We have requested traffic police to paint the speed breakers at all junctions from Marathahalli till HSR BDA Complex. Praveen Sood, ACP (Traffic) has said it will be done very soon. The asphalting of roads below flyovers also will be completed very soon.

We are redeploying the ORRCA traffic warden team from coming Monday, they are on duty 7 am to 12.30 pm and 4.30 pm to 9.00 pm at:
a. HSR BDA complex junction 
b. Agara (only traffic police)
c. Iblur Village
d. Iblur Junction
e. Haralur junction
f. Kaikondrahalli, Sarjapur road
g. Bellandur
h. Deviation opp Ecospace
i. Intel – DB Halli
j. New Horizon college
k. KB Halli
l. Multiplex

Please reduce usage of cars and adopt public transportation.

Nearby grade separator works that are still in progress include:
a. Madivala underpass: By early August, the underpass in front of Aiyappa temple will be open
b. Agara flyover stage 2 : By mid September, this will be open
c. Bellandur, Kadubeesanahalli (KB Halli) and Devarabeesanahalli (DB Halli) – these are due completion in about 15 months.


  1. vengal says:

    Its sick that its a one way flyover. I was always under the assumption that it was a a two way fly over. There is real Chaos when vehicles are coming from the Sarjapur road side moving towards Belladur.

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