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Title: Hebbal  
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Subject: Sindhi High School, Hebbal, Kodigehalli, Jalahalli, Outer Ring Road, Bangalore, Sahakara Nagar
Collection: Neighbourhoods of Bangalore
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Assembly Constituency and Neighborhood
Hebbal Lake seen from flyover
Hebbal Lake seen from flyover
Hebbal is located in Bengaluru
Country India
State Karnataka
Metro Bangalore
Population (Census 2011)
 • Total 1,32,571
 • Official Kannada
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN Code 560024
Vehicle registration KA-04
Hebbal Railway Station

Hebbal is an Assembly Constituency area in Bangalore, Karnataka, India, which was once indicative of the north endpoint of the city. Though originally famous for Hebbal Lake,[1] it is now better known for the serpentine maze of flyovers that network the Outer Ring Road and Bellary Road. The flyover spans a length of 5.23 kilometres (3.2 mi) over all the loops combined. The flyover was built by Gammon India.[2] The lake area is well known for the park, the boating facility, and for the bird watching opportunities.

Hebbal used to be the end of the corporation limits of Bangalore City. One can still see the milestone between the Baptist hospital and checkpost. Bangalore has now grown quite a bit towards north,[3] beyond these marks. The commencement of the Bengaluru International Airport (BIAL) at Devanahalli[4] in 2008 has ensured that Hebbal has become a very important location for the passengers flying out of Bangalore. All arterial roads and road networks leading to the BIAL intersect at Hebbal. Further, BIAL has its office on the National Highway (NH 7) exit of the Hebbal flyover in Gayathri Lake Front.


  • Transport 1
  • Location 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


The area is well connected by BMTC buses.

  • Hebbal also has a small railway station.



  1. ^ "Hebbal Lake, Bangalore". Retrieved 14 April 2014. 
  2. ^ "The longest urban flyover at Hebbal for the Bangalore Development Authority - 5.3km". GAMMON INDIA LIMITED. 
  3. ^ "baptist hospital hebbal bangalore". Retrieved 21 April 2014. 
  4. ^ "bengaluru international airport". Retrieved 14 April 2014. 

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