Along the western bank, Ashram Road forms a continuous north-south connection, and the SRFD streets weave in and out of the urban fabric creating connections where required. Ashram Road is undoubtedly the main vehicular artery in the western part of the city, and the SRFD streets provide alternative routes and strengthen the street network.
The SRFD streets on the west bank have a 25m RoW. All SRFD streets have dedicated pedestrian paths with cycle tracks, parking bays, and 6 m/20ft wide carriageways. Access lanes on one or both sides of the streets provide entries to the existing development and when required, the proposed riverfront development. The infrastructure services run below the access lanes, and the stormwater line runs below the central verge.