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Introduction of Hyderabad Metro

Hyderabad Metro Rail (HMR) (likewise called Mana Metro) is a quick travel framework, as of now under development, for the city of Hyderabad, Telangana. It is in Secent Operational model. It is being executed totally on open private association also known with public-private partnership (PPP) premise, with the state government holding a minority value stake.

Historical Background of Hyderabad Metro Rail

To react to the rising open transport needs and moderate raising vehicular activity in the twin urban areas of Hyderabad and Secunderabad, the past Andhra Pradesh Government and the South Central Railway zone mutually propelled the Multi-Modal Transport System (MMTS) in August 2003. This Rs. 167 crore worth transport framework, 50 percent of which was financed by the State Government and the staying by the Central Government, utilized the officially existing rail lines of the Indian Railways in and around Hyderabad making it a very savvy one. On the other hand, inside of months of the beginning of its operation, it got to be clear that it has been met with poor reaction. The purposes behind this horrid reaction incorporate poor reliability of trains, the absence of committed tracks for MMTS administrations, and nonattendance of feeder transport administrations restricting the system’s scope.

 On the other hand, inside of months of the beginning of its operation, it got to be clear that it has been met with poor reaction. The purposes behind this horrid reaction incorporate poor reliability of trains, the absence of committed tracks for MMTS administrations, and nonattendance of feeder transport administrations restricting the system’s scope. Despite the fact that the ridership of the MMTS has expanded throughout the years, the disappointment in an expansion of the administrations in accordance with the expanding ridership has prompted its disagreeability among 150,000[9] travelers who benefit the administrations day by day. This in any case, the Union Ministry of Urban Development, in October 2003, gave its gesture for the Hyderabad Metro Rail Project and guided the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation to lead a review on the project. Involving a venture of over Rs.4000 crore, this task was seen vital in perspective that the number of inhabitants in Hyderabad was anticipated to reach 13.6 million by the year 2021.

By starting arrangement, the metro was to be joined with the officially existing MMTS to furnish workers with interchange methods of transport. All the while, the proposition for taking up the development of MMTS Phase-II was additionally taken forward. LIKE Delhi, Hyderabad’s metro task is eager in degree and quick in execution. Taking after a development time of only five years, the first stage, involving three lines totaling 71 km with 66 stations will be finished in 2017. It is likewise a specialized pioneer, conveying CBTC to an Indian city surprisingly.

HMR task was showcased as one of the main 100 key worldwide foundation ventures at the Global Infrastructure Leadership Forum held in New York amid February–March 2013. L&T Metro Rail Hyderabad Limited (LTMRHL) has been given the SAP ACE Award 2015 in the ‘Key HR and Talent Management’ classification.

Construction phases of Hyderabad Metro Rail

The construction will separate in two phases: Phase-I and Phase-2.

Phase-I

Phase-I gets an initial sanction from the central and state government. The phase-I of Hyderabad metro sustain six construction stages. In the first stage, construction will target the area from Nagole to Mettuguda which covers the total distance of 11 km and scheduled to work soon. In the second stage, construction will target the area from Miyapur to S R Nagar which covers the total distance of 11 km and scheduled to work in Feb 2016. Third stage of this phase, construction will target the area from Mettuguda to Begumpet which covers the total distance of 10 km and scheduled to work soon. In the Fourth stage, construction will target the area from Begumpet to Shilparamam which covers the total distance of 9.51 km and scheduled to work in 15 Aug 2016. Fifth stage of this phase, construction will target the area from S R Nagar to L B Nagar which covers the total distance of 17.87 km and scheduled to work from 15 Aug 2016. And in the Last stage, construction will target the area from JBS to Falaknuma which covers the total distance of 14.79km and scheduled to work in 5 June 2017.

The task of Phase-I incorporates 3 lines covering a separation of around 71 km. The metro rail extends in the middle of Nagole and Secuderabad 11 km is focused to be operational by December 2015. The whole 72 km 66-station first stage is because of be finished by December 2017.

Phase-II

The Government authorized second Phase of metro rail expanding further 85 km. The second phase will also divide in eight stages. In the first stage, construction will target the area from Miyapur – BHEL – Patanchervuu which covers the total distance of 15 km and scheduled to work later. In the second stage, construction will target the area from Faluknama to Shamshabad Airport which covers the total distance of 12 km and scheduled to work later. Third stage of this phase, construction will target the area from L B Nagar to Vanasthalipuram which covers the total distance of 4 km and scheduled to work later on. In the Fourth stage, construction will target the area from ECIL to Tarnaka which covers the total distance of 7 km and scheduled to work in 15 Aug 2016. Fifth stage of this phase, construction will target the area from Nagole – LB Nagar – Faluknama which covers the total distance of 15km and scheduled to work later. In the Sixth stage, construction will target the area from JNTU – Shilparamam – Gacchibowli which covers the total distance of 14km and scheduled to work later on. Seventh Stage of this phase, construction will target the area from JBS – Alwal which covers the total distance of 8 km and scheduled to work later. In the last stage, construction will target the area from Gachibowli – ToliChowk – Lakdikapu which covers the total distance of 12 km and scheduled to work later.

The offering procedure was finished by July 2008 and honored to Maytas which neglected to accomplish budgetary conclusion for the task according to plan By March 2009. In July 2009, the Andhra Pradesh Government crossed out the agreement and called for crisp offers for the venture.

Construction stage and it current progress – Hyderabad Metro Rail

Bhoomi Puja(shankusthapana) for the task was directed on 26 April 2012 the concessionaire began the Pillar erection around the same time for Stage-I and on 6 June 2012 for Stage-II. The work for Corridor 2 has been deferred because of brokers in Koti and Sultan Bazar requesting realignment of the course to defend merchants and maturity legacy markets. Starting July 2015, development on Line 3 is 90% finished, with the development of the Nagole terminal practically over, laying of overhead footing lines began, and trial keeps running of the trains began. For Line 1, the development of columns is finished with the exception of on extends from Moazzam Jahi Market to Khairatabad, and viaduct development is going on full speed.

The development of the whole 71.16 km has been part into 6 stages with the first stage booked to be finished by March 2015 with the whole venture planned to be finished by July 2017. In November 2013, L&T Hyderabad Metro began lying of rails on the metro viaduct in the middle of Nagole and Mettuguda, a stretch of 8 km. Hyderabad Metro Rail will give crippled well-disposed framework. The main train of the Hyderabad Metro Rail (HMR) originated from Korea amid the third week of May 2014. Stringent trial runs initiated from June 2014 till February 2015. The trail runs have begun on the Miyapur to SR Nagar stretch in October 2015. Three exchanges are arranged at Mahatma Gandhi Bus Terminus, Parade Grounds and Ameerpet. The line between Lakdi ka pul and Nampally will go through the first arrangement. There was instability about this stretch, whether to go in front or back of the Assembly.

Metro Lines

Subsequent to the first form of the arrangements, the three corridors for the most part continued as before, yet minor changes were presented. These incorporate the absence of stop at Lalaguda, or a stop at Lakdikapul rather than Secretariat. Additionally, the lines have been set apart with a few diverse mixes of hues.

Green Line: This line will connect all metro stations between Miyapur to L B Nagar which covers the total distance of 29.87km and holds 26 stations which all are elevated. There will be linking at Ameerpet which connects corridors 1 and 3, a part of that there will also linking at Mahatma Gandhi Bus station which connects corridor 1 and 2. The station which comes in green line will be Miyapur, JNTU College, KPHB Colony, Kukatpally, Moosapet, Bharatnagar, Erragadda Road, Hospital, S.R.Nagar, Ameerpet, Punjagutta, Erra Manzil, Khairatabad, Lakdi-ka-pul, Assembly, Nampally, Gandhi Bhavan(Moazzam Jahi Market), Medical College(Putli Bowli), Imlibun(MG Bus Stand), Malakapet(Nalgonda ‘X’ Road), New Market(Super Bazaar), Musarambagh(TV Tower), Dilsukh Nagar, Chaitanyapuri(Fruit Market), Victoria Memorial(Kothapet) and L.B. Nagar(Bahadurguda).

Orange Line: This line will connect all metro stations between Nagole to Raidurg which covers the total distance of 26.51km and holds 24 stations which all are elevated. There will be linking at Ameerpet which connects corridors 3 and 1, a part of that there will also linking at Parade Grounds which connects corridor 3 and 2. The station which comes in Orange line will be Nagole, Uppal, Survey of India, NGRI, Habsiguda, Tarnaka, Mettuguda, Secunderabad, Parade Ground, Paradise, Rasoolpura, Prakash Nagar, Begumpet, Ameerpet, Madhura Nagar, Yousufguda, Jubilee Hills Road No 5, Jubilee Hills Checkpost, Peddamma gudi, Madhapur PS, Durgam Cheruvu, Hitech City, Cyber Gateway and Raidurg.

Blue Line: This line will connect all metro stations between JBS to Falaknuma which covers the total distance of 14.78 km and holds 16 stations which all are elevated. There will be linking at Parade Grounds which connects corridors 2 and 3, a part of that there will also linking at Mahatma Gandhi Bus Station which connects corridor 1 and 2. The station which comes in blue line will be Jubilee Bus Station, Parade Grounds, Secunderabad R.S., Gandhi Hospital, Musheerabad, R.T.C . Cross Roads, Chikkadpally, Narayanguda, Sultan Bazaar, M.G. Bus Station, Salarjung Museum, Charminar, Shalibanda, Shamsherganj, Jangammet and Falaknuma.

Cost and Infrastructure

The authority assessed expense of the task stands at 14132 crore (US$2.1 billion). The Central Government bears 10% of it, while L&T bears the staying 90% of the expense. Be that as it may, development work should begin on 3 March 2011. Following the undertaking has as of now been postponed by a year, the interest part has amassed to 1,825 crores. Accordingly, the last current expense (as of March 2012) of the task remains at 15,957 crores.

A year ago L&T Metro Rail granted Thales a Rs 7.4bn ($US 134m) contract to give CBTC and coordinated information transfers and supervision frameworks on each of the three lines. Thales will supply its SelTrac CBTC innovation, and trains will at first keep running in programmed train operation mode with least types of progress of 90 seconds, in spite of the fact that the framework will bolster consequent movement to unattended train operation (UTO).

On 12 September 2012, Larsen and Toubro Metro Rail Hyderabad Ltd (LTMRHL) reported that it has honored delicate for the supply of moving stock to Hyundai Rotem. The 18 billion (US$270 million) delicate is for 57 trains comprising of 171 autos which will be conveyed in stages no less than 9 months before the initiation of every stage. On 2 October 2013, LTMRHL uncovered its train auto for Hyderabad Metro. A model coach which is a large portion of the measure of the real coach was on an open presentation at Necklace Road on the banks of Hussain Sagar in the heart of Hyderabad. The trains will be 3.2m wide and 4m high. There will be 4 entryways on every side of every coach. On 10 April 2014, the first metro train for HMR took off of Hyundai Rotem production line at Changwon in South Korea and came to Hyderabad in May 2014. On December 31st, 2014, Hyderabad Metro Rail effectively led a preparation keep running in Automatic Train Operation (ATO) mode interestingly in the middle of Nagole and Mettuguda.
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