Bahadurgarh Metro | DMRC team inspects Mundka-bahadurgarh route before final safety trial

Delhi Metro Train on Green Line
Delhi Metro Train on Green Line

Bahadurgarh: There is good news for people waiting for the Metro train to reach Bahadurgarh. If the trial is okay, then they will have to wait longer for only 30 days. After this, the Metro train will start run for 2 lakh people of Bahadurgarh. For this, Commissioner of Metro Railway Safety (CMRS) will conduct a final inspection of the Metro corridor on May 30 for important investigations before opening of Mundka-Bahadurgarh Metro corridor. On Tuesday, the a team the Delhi metro officers came to Bahadurgarh to investigate the preparation. During this period, minor investigation of 11.182 kilometer long elevated section track, signal, station, safety from Mundka to Bahadurgarh were also done.

DMRC writes letter for taking Safety Clearance Certificate

Only after satisfying the safety arrangements, the officials issue safety certificates, then the metro station will be opened for the public. DMRC officials said that the CMRS letter has already been received by DMRC on Monday. Earlier, DMRC had written a letter to CMRS to provide safety clearance to run metro train upto 85 km per hour in Line-5 from Mundka to City Park, due to which Commissioner Metro Rail Safety Shailesh Kumar Pathak will inspect the corridor with his team.

11.182 km long elevated track will be examined, 7 metro stations will also check the system. After opening of the route commuter will reach Mundka to Bahadurgarh city park in 20 minutes.

Trial test run is being conducted from Mundka to Bahadurgarh Metro corridor from December last year. After a one-week trial in December 2017, DMRC Chief Mangu Singh also reached the spot on December 13, 2017 to take stock of this line.

According to the DMRC, this corridor has the specialty that it is the first network in Delhi-NCR, which is quite straightforward. There is very little winding on this corridor. All stations in this line passing through the middle of Delhi-Rohtak road are elevated. This is the extension of the green line. The line from Indralok has Mundka’s extension line, which is already elevated. The last name of the station is named Mundka Industrial Area, Ghevara, Tikri Kalan, Tikri Border, Modern Industrial Estate, Bus Stand and City Park. Of these, 4 stations – Mundka Industrial Area, Ghera, Tikri Kalan and Tikri Border are made in Delhi, while three further stations are in Modern Industrial Estate, Bahadurgarh Bus Stand and City Park in Haryana. Besides this, a new metro depot has been built near Modern Industrial Estate Metro Station to provide adequate space for maintenance on both sides. After the launch of this line, people will be able to reach Mundka in just 20 minutes, Indralok in 45 minutes and Kirti town in 50 minutes from City Park. 6 coach trains on the Mundka-Bahadurgarh metro line will run only

Even before the commencement of the metro, demand for renaming of stations falling in Bahadurgarh is also catching up. Many social and political organizations do not agree with the names of Metro stations being built in Bahadurgarh. In front of the authorities today, local people kept demanding that one station has not been named after Bahadurgarh. In such a way, the person entering Bahadurgarh from Delhi will know how Bahadurgarh will be known and some of the organizations are demanding the names of the stations named after martyrs and leaders, for which there have been many demonstrations and expeditions. At the same time, the DMRC has named the board of names at all the stations. The officials heard the questions of the people but of course no one got the answer.

DMRC Director Project DK Saini, Director Operation AK Garg started the investigation after reaching the City Park Metro Station with officials associated with the project. Investigated by the depth of the newly built City Park Metro. DMRC directors ordered all officers to complete all pending work before May 30. On this occasion, he sat in the petrol vans and examined the hours.

Land acquisition case reached to Supreme Court

Mundka-Bahadurgarh Metro has lost its deadline several times due to the screwed trap in land acquisition for the line of Metro yard. Due to lack of land for the yard line, the project of Metro has been delayed. DMRC has constructed depot in sector 9. To reach here, the showrooms are hanging. There is a scope for less compensation. Now this matter is in the Supreme Court. At the moment, the metro can be run directly, leaving the depot.

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