The 10-lane 117 km-long highway is divided into two packages. Construction of 56 km of the road from Bengaluru to Nidagatta is part of one package, whereas the second package is from Nidagatta to Mysuru. As of April end, around 67.5% of the first package and about 50% of the second package was completed.
The Bengaluru-Mysuru Economic corridor also includes bypass roads for areas that fall en-route between the two cities, including Bidadi, Ramanagara, Channapatna, Maddur, Mandya, and Srirangapatna. The 10-lane project includes a six-lane access-controlled carriageway for traffic, and a two-lane service road on either side for local traffic.