Kozhikode City Roads

Government of Kerala has selected following 13 corridors and two flyovers from the proposed network for Kozhikode for improvement and upgradation.

  1. West Hill RoB (Butt Road) - Meenchantha
  2. West Hill Link - Meenchantha
  3. MLA Road (Karikkamkulam - Civil Station - Kottuli)
  4. Vellimadukunnu to Kovoor Junction
  5. Moozhikkal to CWRDM Road
  6. Medical College to CWRDM Road
  7. Puthiyangadi to Thanneerpanthal
  8. Butt Road Junction to Chungam Junction
  9. Mananchira to Vellimadukunnu
  10. MLA Road (Pananthazham Jn.) to CWDRM
  11. Gandhi Road Junction to Mini bypass
  12. Francis Road to Pokkunnu
  13. Stadium Link up to Puthiyara
  14. Aryedathupalam flyover
  15. Eranjipalam flyover

 A new network pattern is proposed for Kozhikode City by making use of the existing road network to the maximum extent. The proposed network is based on the existing traffic flow pattern in Kozhikode City. Prominent links are selected from this proposed network for improvement to effect in the future network.

  • Links in the proposed network will be properly connected for smooth and efficient flow of traffic.
  • NH 17 bypass will reduce the traffic load on NH 17 by 40 to 80 % for various types of vehicles
  • NH 17 bypass will reduce the traffic on Coastal road by 32% and minibypass by 25%.
  • Improvement of Coastal Road and inibypass will cause a reduction in traffic of 17% and 13% respectively on NH 17.
  • There will be a reduction in traffic of 11% in Medical College - CWDRM Road due to improvement of Vellimadukunnu - Kovoor and Moozhikkal - CWDRM Road.
  • There will be 15% reduction in traffic in Manachira - Vellimadukunnu (part of NH 212) due to introduction of CWDRM - MLA Road.
  • There will be 8% reduction in traffic in Mavoor Road due to introduction of CWDRM - MLA Road.
  • The Aryedathupalam flyover will provide a relief of 26.3% to the junction traffic in addition to the reduction in junction delays.
  • The Eranjipalam flyover will provide a relief of 34.6% to the junction traffic in addition to the reduction in junction delays.