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Old 22nd June 2017, 15:07   #451
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Turn left onto Old Madras Road, get onto the other side of NH207 via service road and reach Devanahalli (I think this is a good option).

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Turn left onto Old Madras Road, cross the toll and get to service road and take the right below flyover for the Budigere-Mandur route which again joins NH207 near Devanahalli (this route goes behind the Bangalore airport).
This one should take 45 minutes or so from Hoskote to Devanahalli :
Turn left onto Old Madras Road, get onto the other side of NH207 via service road and reach Devanahalli (I think this is a good option).
You skip the ever-busy Hoskote toll.
And, don't miss to take the sharp left turn at Sulibele, it is well marked.

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Old 22nd June 2017, 15:36   #452
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4) Via Hoskote (Krishnagiri - Hosur - Attibele - Whitefield - Hoskote - Gokare - Chikkabellapur)
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Hosur (get onto service road before bus stand and turn right below flyover)->Bagalur-Sarjapur(bypass)->Chikkatirupathi(bypass it, even google maps suggests this one via a single lane, low traffic Major District Road/MDR, saves 5Km and gets you back to NH207 after Chikkatirupathi)->Hoskote
Wont it be faster to stick to the NICE Road - Yeshwantpur - Hebbal - Devanahalli? Asking as all of the above routes involve 2L state roads in and around Bangalore and are invariably slower than the 4L NICE road and the Airport road from Hebbal - Devanahalli. The only bottle neck in taking the route I suggested would be the Yeshwantpur Junction, which you can bypass by taking HMT road as well. Not sure from a distance point of view but quiet sure that from a time point of view, NICE - YPR - Hebbal - Devanahalli will be faster.

Edit - Just checked on Gmaps and the above route is longer 107 kms as compared to 70 Kms via whitefield but then the time suggested by Google is approx the same for both i.e 2 hrs 10 min from Hosur to Devanahalli. Pretty sure NICE route will be faster on road as google takes standard speed for computing time.

NICE route - https://goo.gl/maps/V4nzJCinUqm
Whitefiled route - https://goo.gl/maps/V4nzJCinUqm

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Old 22nd June 2017, 16:05   #453
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Wont it be faster to stick to the NICE Road - Yeshwantpur - Hebbal - Devanahalli?
- Usually NICE road access can be traffic prone
- E-City signal is bad.
- Attibele toll
- Post NICE all the way to Hebbal is again not without its own share of trouble.

As against it:
- NH207 is about 90km from Hosur to Devanahalli
- Gives you a deterministic 2 hour end to end.
- Rarely any traffic.
- Some traffic as you near Hoskote and getting to the other side of NH4
- But other a peaceful drive with good road conditions.
- Though I have been reading about Hoskote-Devanahalli opening up a bit. Would be good to confirm.
- But still end to end NH207 would be my preference

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But still end to end NH207 would be my preference
If this is weekday/peak hour, then Sarjapur to Hope farm is a mess on this route and I would rather drive through NICE even if I have to wait 20 min to get onto NICE road.
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If this is weekday/peak hour, then Sarjapur to Hope farm is a mess on this route and I would rather drive through NICE even if I have to wait 20 min to get onto NICE road.
This is not the SH35 (Via Sarjapur-Varthur-Hope Farm), if thats what you meant. Its the NH207.

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There is no need to get into Sarjapur also. You exit toward Chikka Tirupathi. Its a beautiful 2-Lane end to end and free from traffic.

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There is no need to get into Sarjapur also. You exit toward Chikka Tirupathi. Its a beautiful 2-Lane end to end and free from traffic.
My bad. I have never taken this route. If its a good 2L all the way to hoskote, then it makes sense to use this & then get to devanahalli.
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If its a good 2L all the way to hoskote, then it makes sense to use this & then get to devanahalli.
This is a decent route to take but a bit confusing for a first timer since the NH207 narrows down at some places near Bagalur, Sarjapur, etc so having navigation/GPS definitely helps. Even gmaps suggests going via a Major District Road to bypass Chikkatirupathi so you get off NH207 and rejoin it after Chikkatirupathi, saving about 5Km

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- Gives you a deterministic 2 hour end to end.
This is the biggest reason why one should take this, you don't have to worry about the day and time to an extent (I've never taken this route in darkness though).
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I have always taken this Hosur- Chikkatirupathi- Hoskote - Devanahalli in the middle of the night to bypass Banglore.

Never an issue as many small villages enroute every 4 to 5 kms. As I know exactly which turn it was easy.

First timers taking the route better during the day.

2 hrs would be realistic to travese this route. Night after 11pm it takes one hour.

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While coming from House to Hebbal, i took the Hosur - Bagalur - Sarjapur route to reach kadubeesanahalli. Unfortunately, google maps took us through a very narrow junk road and a railway under bridge!! It was a pain to drive through that in the night with loads of cars... Instead, the correct route should be as below:

https://www.google.co.in/maps/dir/Ho...3e0?authuser=2
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While coming from House to Hebbal, i took the Hosur - Bagalur - Sarjapur route to reach kadubeesanahalli. Unfortunately, google maps took us through a very narrow junk road and a railway under bridge!! It was a pain to drive through that in the night with loads of cars... Instead, the correct
Yes I know exactly what you are referring here. It is a real pain.There are many apartments like Shoba Dream acres etc etc. that have come up on that side which leads to heavy traffic.
God save those residents after all the flats are occupied.
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