This article is about the Inner Ring Road of New Delhi. For the Outer Ring Road, see Outer Ring Road, New Delhi.
The Ring Road refers to two chief ring roads, a main one and an outer one in Delhi, India. The two ring roads have a combined length of 87 km (54 mi). There are two less significant Ring Roads in Delhi apart from the above two, namely the Rural Ring Road, that runs across the rural areas on the fringe of North West Delhi and West Delhi Ring Road, limited only to the West Delhi region.
Delhi's Inner Ring Road covers 55 km (34 mi) and is signal-free except for a small number of crossings. The road features three lanes in each direction, and is currently being widened to four lanes in each direction. It features a few flyover links to the Outer Ring Road.
The AIIMS-Naraina stretch is in the process of being made signal-free.
Flyovers are present at the following junctions: