Hebbal is an Assembly Constituency zone in Bangalore, Karnataka, India, which was once characteristic of the north endpoint of the city. In spite of the fact that initially well known for Hebbal Lake, it is presently better known for the serpentine labyrinth of flyovers that system the Outer Ring Road and Bellary Road. The flyover traverses a length of 5.23 kilometers (3.2 mi) over every one of the circles joined. The flyover was worked by Gammon India. The lake zone is outstanding for the recreation center, the drifting office, and for the fledgling watching openings.
Hebbal is one of the part of bangalore where, number of schools are located. As the development increases the number of educational schools also increased.
In spite of the fact that initially celebrated for the Hebbal Lake, it is currently better known for a few flyovers spread over the Outer Ring Road and Bellary Road on NH7. The biggest flyover traverses a length of 5.23 km over every one of the circles joined. The lake region in Hebbal is a notable excursion spot, with a very much kept up stop and sailing offices