HMRTC Evaluates Bids to Appoint Design Consultant For Gurugram Metro Project

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GURUGRAM (Metro Rail News): For the Gurugram Metro project, the Haryana Mass Rapid Transport Corporation (HMRTC) evaluates bids to appoint a detailed design consultant. The consultant will be essential in developing a thorough strategy for the complete Metro system, including a conceptual design for the 27 elevated stations.

According to the Officials, the consultant will create detailed structural designs for the viaducts, great spans, foot overbridges, and culverts. Additionally, they will develop detailed layout plans for the stations, ensuring a well-designed and efficient Metro network.

The Gurugram Metro project, recently approved by the Union cabinet, aims to extend the Metro line from Huda City Centre to Cyber Hub via Old Gurugram, covering a total distance of 28.5 kilometres. The project, estimated to cost ₹5,452 crore, will consist of 27 elevated stations.

The consultant will have 48 weeks to complete the assigned tasks, and the anticipated  Design cost for the Gurugram Metro project is 17.68 crores.

Furthermore, The Gurugram Metro project aims for a design speed of 80 kmph and an average speed of 34 kmph. The total cost of the project is ₹5,452.72 crore, with the Union government contributing ₹896.19 crore and the Haryana government contributing ₹1,432.49 crore. 

Local bodies will contribute ₹300 crores, while the pass-through assistance loan is expected to amount to ₹2,688.57 crore. According to officials, the public-private partnership (PPP) component will be ₹135.47 crore.


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