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Tri-Partite Agreement on Regional Ring Road (RRR) Project

Tri-Partite Agreement on Regional Ring Road (RRR) Project

The development of the Regional Ring Road (RRR) is gradually gaining momentum, marking a significant milestone in Telangana’s infrastructure advancement. The state government recognizes the critical importance of this route for regional growth and connectivity.

The Progress and Significance of the RRR Project

The RRR project, spanning a total length of 351 kilometers, is designed to be constructed in two phases. Over the past few years, both the central and state governments have been diligently planning its execution. The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) is a key partner in this venture, necessitating a tri-partite agreement among these entities. Although extensive preparations have been ongoing for three years, the final agreement has yet to materialize. However, recent reports indicate that NHAI officials have renewed their efforts to move the project forward.

Land Acquisition and Cost-Sharing Challenges

From the outset, it was agreed that the central and state governments would equally share the expenses related to land acquisition for the RRR project. The central government, however, committed to covering the entire construction cost. Both governments reached a mutual understanding regarding this arrangement. Nevertheless, the relocation of various utilities, including cables, pipelines, and electric poles along the proposed road route, led to disputes between the central and previous state administrations. The central government insisted that the state bear these relocation costs, which the state government found unfeasible, resulting in a standstill in the project’s progress. This impasse persisted until December 2023, when the Congress party took power in the state.

Renewed Efforts by the Congress Government

Upon assuming office, the Congress government, through the state’s Roads and Buildings Minister Komatireddy Venkat Reddy, promptly engaged with the Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways, Nitin Gadkari, to resolve the utility relocation cost issue. The state expressed its willingness to cover these expenses, further formalized by an official letter from the Chief Secretary, which helped reinvigorate the RRR project.

Accelerated Pace Ahead

The NHAI initiated the groundwork for the tri-partite agreement as early as September of the previous year, preparing all necessary documents and submitting them for central government approval. The approval process was delayed due to the deadlock over utility relocation costs. With the state’s recent commitment to bear these expenses, the central government is reportedly more inclined to finalize the agreement. High-ranking officials have indicated that the final reports related to the agreement are expected to be ready by July.


The impending tri-partite agreement for the RRR project marks a crucial step towards enhancing Telangana’s infrastructure. The renewed collaboration between the central and state governments and the proactive measures taken by the new administration underscore the project’s significance. As these efforts continue, the RRR project is poised to significantly boost regional development and connectivity, benefiting the state’s overall growth trajectory.

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