Construction work begins for ISBT, Guru ka Taal, and Sikandara station of Agra Metro

The last three elevated metro stations to be built are ISBT, Guru ka Taal, and Sikandara

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UPMRC Begins the construction work for last three station of Agra Metro 's First corridor
UPMRC Begins the construction work for last three station of Agra Metro 's First corridor
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AGRA (Metro Rail News): The Uttarpradesh Metro Rail Corporation (UPMRC) begin construction work for the last three stations of the first corridor of the Agra Metro. The last three elevated metro stations to be built are ISBT, Guru ka Taal, and Sikandara

In yet another significant development for the Agra Metro Rail Project, the building of the final three metro stations along the first corridor—ISBT, Guru Ka Taal, and Sikandara—began in the presence of UPMRC representatives.

Sushil Kumar, MD of UPMRC, said, “We are dedicated to providing a world-class metro system to the people of Agra within the specified schedule.” The project is being completed in a timely manner, and we will deliver the project to the people of Agra in due time.

In the presence of UPMRC representatives, the soil testing work for the construction of the metro station also started.

Officials from the UPMRC have finished the alignment and survey work, and soon the civil construction work for the final three elevated stations will start.

The first three stations of the first corridor of the Agra Metro Rail Project are elevated, followed by seven underground stations and the final three elevated stations.

UPMRC has begun the survey work, RSS work, and following utility work after receiving authorisation from NMA earlier this month.

The 14 km long first corridor of the Agra Metro Rail Project is already under development, and civil construction of the last three stations is likely to start soon as well.

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