The date with destiny is fast approaching. Amaravati, the once ancient capital of the prestigious Andhra regions will rise one more time. Andhra Pradesh will see a reprisal of one of the most resilient ancient capital cities of India that stood the test of times.
CRDA brings to you some amazing snapshots of the new capital city in the making. While most of us already aware of the master plan images and the concept created in lines with Singaporean infrastructure, a lot more is still to be understood. Get to know more about the future capital city of AP here with us in these series.
Amazing Location and Vast Connectivity
Amaravati is an apt location where both business and life get a ‘metro’ touch. The key reason for this being its perfect location falling in the near vicinity to all the major metros of India. If one observes closely, major cities like Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam and Jagdalpur lie within a close radii of approx. 400 kilometers from Amaravati.
There is a great opportunity for accentuating the business in the capital region, as human talent is highly accessible with this arrangement. Interestingly, Machilipatnam’s new port lies right in the heart of the city. This port has large potential ahead to become a major inland trade center, doing business with the nearby cities.
Coming to connectivity, Amaravati is well connected via rail, air and road, letting access to the key economic powerhouses within the region.
Major Highlights of Amaravati Connectivity
- Amaravati will have its air base at Gannavaram domestic airport. Plans are slowly progressing to upgrade this airport to an international base. There are four major international airports at close vicinity, the nearest being Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Airport at Shamshabad.
- The new capital region has three ports in its geographic proximity that will be developed to take up massive trade. This will uplift the economic activities of the ports in the capital city region, generating employment and workforce.
- Amaravati can be accessed via Bengaluru National Highway on the road. More plans are in progress to offer exhaustive road reach to the city.
- Amaravati can be easily reached via rail, with an extensive rail network within the state that connects all the thirteen districts.
A perfect location point for economic dynamics and access, Amaravati reckons to grow exponentially in the coming years.