Hon’ble Guardian Minister Shri. Chandrakant Dada Patil visits Pune Metro

The Shivaji Nagar metro station will have 5 lifts, of which 3 lifts have been installed and 12 escalators, of which 6 have been installed.

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Hon'ble Guardian Minister Shri. Chandrakant Dada Patil visits Pune Metro
Hon'ble Guardian Minister Shri. Chandrakant Dada Patil visits Pune Metro
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PUNE (Metro Rail News): On 2nd December 2022, the Hon’ble Guardian Minister Shri. Chandrakant Dada Patil visited the Pune metro‘s Shivaji Nagar underground metro station, Operation Control Centre (OCC) of Maha-Metro at Range Hill Car depot and took a train ride from Garware College metro station to Vanaz metro station. Pune Metro’s officials briefed him about the project’s progress.
Overall, 85 % of the Pune Metro work has been completed. 12 km of the total 33.2 km stretch is commercially operational from PCMC to Phugewadi in Corridor 1 and Garware College to Vanaz in Corridor 2.

(A) Shivaji Nagar Underground Metro Station

The Shivaji Nagar metro station is the first underground metro station to be completed.
The overall 85% has been completed.

The station is planned with Multi-Modal Integration. The station’s entry/exit is integrated with Shivaji Nagar Railway station, PMPL & MSRTC bus depots, and the Hinjewadi metro line.

The Façade of the station will depict the prestigious heritage of Shri. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj era- fort, which will align with the station’s name, Shivaji Nagar Metro Station.

The Pedestrian subway network connects the old Mumbai-Pune Highway at Akashwani (AIR) Pune & Shivaji Nagar railway station. The two subways are proposed to increase the reach of the metro station. One subway leads towards Shivaji Nagar Railway station and another to interchange entry/egress at Dr Kapote Junction.

The Shivaji Nagar metro station will have 5 lifts, of which 3 lifts have been installed and
12 escalators, of which 6 have been installed.

The road and traffic junctions will be redesigned at Shivaji Nagar with a modern look.

The underground stretch is part of Corridor-1 and starts from Range Hill Depot towards
Swargate. There are a total of Five Underground Stations planned, namely Shivaji Nagar,
Civil Court, Budhwar Peth, Mandai, and Swargate.

( B ) Civil Court Entry Gate


The Civil Court gate is designed as a focal point to direct commuters to the stations.
Conceptually it is a grand entry, and architecturally it is a modern contextual design depicting the grandness of the station. The design element has been taken from the station, i.e., using Basalt stone and GRC Jali for the gate design.

(C) Range Hill Entry Gate

The Gate is designed as a focal point for future property development. The design is a
contemporary modern with space above.

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