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KTR: Hyderabad Metro Rail to be stretched out by 200 km

KTR: Hyderabad Metro Rail to be stretched out by 200 km

Hyderabad: The Hyderabad Metro Rail will be stretched out by another 200 km, in a staged way. “We will take after the Delhi model for the Metro Rail, which has a 200-km system for a five crore populace. The primary stage will be dispatched soon. Overview in the Old City is where MIM has looked for an extra 3.5 km. Deal with the undertaking began in 2012 and is according to plan and will be finished in 2017. Augmentation will require significant investment,” IT clergyman K.T. Rama Rao said.

At a ‘Meet the Press’ project composed by the TUWJ here, Mr. Rama Rao affirmed that the administration implied business. Precluding delay in execution from securing the Metro Rail venture, he said that the 72-km first stage would be finished soon and Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao was quick to amplify the system around Hyderabad.

Mr. Rama Rao attested that there would be no force cuts in the coming summer as well and that there was no money mash for the buy of influence and taking up of new influence ventures. “Hyderabad will keep on being the financial development motor and spine of TS. According to the 2011 enumeration, Hyderabad is home to around 30 for every penny of TS populace of 3.6 crore. Metro Rail will be an added quill to the city’s top,” he said. As of late, Mr. Rama Rao and different pastors had encountered a ride on the Metro amid a trial keep running for a short separation.

The two track rail task will inevitably interface significant transport stations at Miyapur, MGBS, Koti, Dilsukhnagar, Charminar and Jubilee Bus Station and coordinated with existing train terminals at Secunderabad, Begumpet, and Nampally, other than the current MMTS administration. According to the task, it will take into account 15 lakh travelers amid 2016-2017, once Phase-I is finished, with a station at each kilometer. Development of three halls is being taken up in six stages.



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