Good News! Pink Line of Bengaluru Metro to be 90% Ready by Second-half of 2024

Of 17,938 meters out of 20,991 meters, 85% of tunneling work has been completed on the Pink Line.

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BANGALORE (Metro Rail News): The long-awaited Pink Line of the Bengaluru Metro has entered its final work phase, with nearly 85% of the tunnelling work already completed. Out of 20.991 Km of the Tunnelling target, 17.93 Kms have already been achieved. 

The 21.26 Km-long Pink line of the Bengaluru metro has a 13.76 Km Underground section & a 7.5 Km elevated section. It has a total of 18 stations, including 12 underground. BMRCL hopes to complete all civil & track-laying works on the Pink Line by the second half of 2024. 

Out of the Underground stations, the work is completed by more than 50% at stations like Langford Town, Shivaji Nagar, Cantonment & Pottery Town, Tannery Road, Venkateshpura, and Nagavara. In comparison, it still lies below 50% at Lakkasandra metro station. 

Currently, 3 TBMs, namely Rudra, Tunga, and Bhadra, are active and have already tunnelled about 1,911 meters out of 3,090 meters. Approximately 40% of the tunnelling work remaining to be done by these TBMs, which will be completed by March next year. 

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With inputs and updates from Deccan Herald



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