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The Bangalore-Chennai Expressway is a proposed expressway between the cities of Bangalore (Karnataka) and Chennai (Tamil Nadu). It will have 6 lanes and will run 240 km (150 mi) from Hoskote to Sriperumbudur, allowing vehicles to reach 120 km/h (75 mph).
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Many industrial hubs have planned to start up their next projects near Banavaram, which already has a TVS brake manufacturing unit. Mahindra, Bajaj, and Nissan groups plan to start new plants in that area.
Realtors are secretly starting to invest in places near Walajapet (Banavaram, Keezhveeranam) as these places have been marked as the next industrial hub. Japanese investors expressed interest in this road to link harbors. Japanese real estate companies such Nippon Expressway Limited have conducted detailed studies on areas like Panniyur and Keezhveeranam village and encouraged investors to focus on these areas.
The National Highways Development Project (NHDP) phase 6 has been established, following expectations of the new government's involvement, and before the real estate prices begin to rise along the Expressways, mainly near Ranipet - Ponnapanthangal- Arakonam (Tamil Nadu).
Costs are estimated to be around ₹38.4 billion (US$570 million).
The Indian National Expressway Network was proposed by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways. The Government envisioned a Bangalore-Mangalore Greenfield Expressway. A Mangalore-Chennai Expressway through Bangalore has also been proposed.