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Mysore City Planning

The Government of Karnataka established the Urban Development Authorities for the planned development of major and important urban areas in the State and the area adjacent thereto and to matters connected therewith under the Karnataka Urban Development Authorities Act 1987. As per the said Act, the City Improvement Trust Board (C. I. T. B), Mysore and Local Planning Authority of Mysore was amalgamated and the present Mysore Urban Development Authority came into existence. The Mysore Urban Development Authority (MUDA) was constituted on 16th May 1988.

As per the KUDA Act 1987, the Commissioner of the Authority is the Chief Administrator and Chief Executive of the authority. The Chairman heads the authority. He can call the meeting of the authority and put policy issues before the authority for decision.

The authority has formed many layouts and distributed nearly 35,000 sites and 10,000 houses after it came into existence. Also it has handed over the developed layouts to Mysore City Corporation for further maintenance. Vijayanagara Layout Ist, IInd, IIIrd and IVth Stage, formed by the Authority, is the biggest layout in South Asia, covering an area of nearly 2000 acres having 25,000 sites.

In the Mysore City Development Plan, prepared in December 2006 as part of the JNNUR Mission, it is proposed to configure the transport infrastructure for the city the CDP further emphasizes to develop a “vision” for the major interventions in the city’s transport infrastructure. The various interventions proposed in the transport sector have been enumerated below and include ring roads, improvement to radials, and introduction of mass transport system.

MUDA plans are:

To enhance the existing stretch of ORR from 2 lanes to 4 lanes, and to complete the Outer Ring Road by constructing the balance length of 9.5 Km. this would lead to efficient transit around the city instead of across the city thereby reducing congestion within the city.