Hyderabad: Hyderabad Metro Rail Limited. 14,132 million meters project has been called to prepare a detailed project report (DPR) for phase II of the project. the nodal agency that implements the elevated Hyderabad Rs of 72 km in length.
The decision comes after a few days of a high-powered delegation headed by KT Rama Rao, UK Minister of Industries and IT, who is touring Japan and South Korea to explore various possibilities, including financing options.
SP Singh, Principal Secretary of Telangana, who held a working group meeting, requested NVS Reddy, Executive Director, HMRL to initiate preparatory activities, including conducting surveys to determine the broad outlines of the Metro Phase II expansion program and the Preparation of Detailed Project Reports (DPR).
Singh said that this would help to approach the Central Government for the sanction of phase II of the Metro.
In this regard, he emphasized the need for a coordinated plan of action involving the Commissioner, Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation, Metropolitan Commissioner, Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority, Hyderabad Collectors, Ranga Reddy, Sangareddy, Medchal Districts and others. senior officials concerned, in addition to senior management officials of the L&T and GMR concessionaire, which manages the Hyderabad airport.
During the meeting, the need to introduce electric vehicles such as non-polluting Metro food services at an early date and also the increase of services of TS road transport feeder.
The government also decided to conduct a quick study to obtain feedback from subway passengers, map the station with frequency details and match the frequency of the RTC feeder services and Metro trains, in order to provide end-to-end connectivity. Extreme for travelers.
HMRL has been asked to complete phase I of the Metro Rail project by the end of this year and also to compensate the balance parts of phase I, including the sections between Ameerpet and LB Nagar (16 km) of corridor I, Ameerpet and Hitec City (10 km) from corridor III and JBS to MGBS (9 km) from corridor II gradually from June of this year.