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Check out Bengaluru’s Development Plans for the Next 20 Years

It covers everything from roads, public transport and residential areas

Check out Bengaluru’s Development Plans for the Next 20 Years

As more and more people flood to the glorious city of Bengaluru, the city demands to be restructured, or at least the facilities to be altered.

According to the Business Standard, the population in Bengaluru boosted by a whopping 46.68% in 2013!

Such an increase in population has made the city the second fastest growing Indian Metropolis, right after Delhi. It is incidentally the 18th most populated city in the world!

How does Bengaluru cope with such a dense population? The BDA (Bengaluru Development Authority) has released a “Masterplan” outlining its plans for development in the next 10-15 years.

It mentions the road plan, the public transport developments, residential areas among other big ideas for Bengaluru.


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