Construction of Agra metro inching toward a goal of attaining world-class metro rail system

The progress of depot construction is going on at a rapid pace and structures like integrated workshops, auto–coach washing plants and stabling yards are being constructed in the depot for various functions.

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Aerial view of World class Agra Metro Depot
Aerial view of World class Agra Metro Depot
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AGRA (Metro Rail News): Uttar Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation has shared the aerial view of World class Agra Metro Depot on its Twitter handle. Agra inching closer toward the goal of attaining a world-class metro rail system. World-class Agra Metro Depot is being constructed for the first corridor of Agra Metro.

https://twitter.com/OfficialUPMetro/status/1569685200342519812?s=20&t=Ntg2ry0NgerekSmDuqAANg

The depot will be used for stabling and maintaining the metro trains inside the depot area after day-long operations.
Various structures are being made inside Agra Metro Rail Depot using the PEB Technique (Pre Engineered Building ) Technique which is a modern technique for building various civil structures and uses comparatively lesser time, and effort and is more efficient.

The progress of depot construction is going on at a rapid pace and structures like integrated workshops, auto–coach washing plants and stabling yards are being constructed in the depot for various functions.

A shed above these structures is being built and very soon the work of covering these PEB Structures will be complete. Similarly, test track work inside the depot premises is also complete and a pit wheel lathe machine has also been installed in the depot which will be used to check any malfunctions in the wheel, its alignment, etc.

The first corridor of the Agra Metro Rail Project, which runs from Taj East Gate till Sikandara is 14 km long comprising 13 stations. The work on the second corridor will also be begun very soon.

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