St. Mark’s Road

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Hierarchy: Collector
RoW: Varies from 15M to 18M
Length: 0.9 Km

St. Mark’s Road named after St. Mark’s Cathedral, the oldest Anglican Church in Bangalore, is a landmark street of the city synonymous with established eateries. The 0.9km road is part of the urban core, linking MG Road at Anil Kumble circle in the north and Residency road at Cash Pharmacy junction in the South

Prior to Tender SURE the road was plagued with vehicular travel lanes of varying widths, broken and discontinuous footpaths, unorganized parking as well as poorly placed utilities which resulted in chaotic situations for all modes of movement.

Redesign as per Tender SURE guidelines

St. Marks Road, the first Tender SURE road, has been redesigned to have vehicular travel lanes of uniform width that allow for continuous traffic movement with designated on-street parking. The proposal ensures that there is a 2m wide designated cycle track and continuous evenly paved footpaths along the entire stretch of the road. Landscaped pause points, strategically placed ancillary amenities, a legible way finding system and organized underground utilities have resulted in a landmark street for the city.

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