Gurgaon Metro’s 28.5km New Line Gains Momentum with Re-Invitation of DDC Contract

The Elevated Corridor to Connect HUDA City Centre to Cyber City via 27 Stations

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GURUGRAM( Metro Rail News): After a brief setback due to poor participation in the original round, the Gurgaon Metro’s 28.5km new line connecting HUDA City Centre to Cyber City is finally gaining momentum. The Haryana Mass Rapid Transport Corporation Ltd (HMRTC) has re-invited bids for the Detailed Design Consultant contract (GGNCCDD-01) for the project’s civil architectural and E&M works. The elevated new corridor will form a ring line through Gurugram and Old Gurugram via 27 stations, and will also include a spur from Basai Village to Dwarka Expressway.

The project’s final Detailed Project Report (DPR) was approved by the Haryana Government’s cabinet in August 2020 at an estimated cost of Rs. 6821.13 crore. The re-invitation of bids for the consultancy contract comes with a 48-month completion deadline and an estimated cost of Rs. 17.68 crore. The pre-bid meeting is scheduled for March 28, 2023, and the bid submission and opening dates are set for April 17, 2023.

The project has been highly anticipated by the people of Haryana, as it will significantly improve connectivity and reduce travel time between two of the state’s most important commercial hubs. The successful completion of this project will mark a major milestone in the state’s efforts towards developing a modern and efficient public transportation system. HMRTC,


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