Hyderabad Metro Rail to Open the 4th Arm of Raidurg Metro Station Today!

L&TMRHL's Latest Development to Streamline Commuter Movement and Increase Operational Efficiency

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Raidurg Metro station
Raidurg Metro station

HYDERABAD (Metro Rail News): L&T Metro Rail (Hyderabad) Limited (L&TMRHL) has announced the opening of the Arm – B, the fourth arm of the Raidurg Metro Station, from 4 April 2023. With the opening of this arm, the distribution of commuter movement would be further streamlined, particularly during peak hours. Raidurg Metro Station is among the busiest metro stations of Hyderabad Metro Rail and currently handles over 60k commuters on a daily basis, catering majorly to the IT crowd. This new arm is equipped with a staircase and escalator for the movement of commuters.

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Commenting on this development, Mr. NVS Reddy, Managing Director, HMRL, said, “We are happy to dedicate the fourth arm of the Raidurg Metro Station to the public. With this now the commuters would have an additional option to access the station conveniently and gain enhanced experience with Hyderabad Metro Rail.”

Mr. KVB Reddy, Managing Director & CEO, L&TMRHL, said, “We are committed to the convenience and safety of metro commuters. I am confident that the new fourth arm of Raidurg Metro Station would help us in not only efficient handling of commuter movement but also enhance our operational efficiency and resource optimisation.”

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 Hyderabad Metro Rail continues to prioritise the needs of metro commuters and remains dedicated to providing safe, reliable, and efficient transportation solutions.

 About L&T Metro Rail (Hyderabad) Limited:

L&T Metro Rail (Hyderabad) Limited is a subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro – L&T Metro Rail (Hyderabad) Limited (“The Company”) to implement the Project on a Design, Built, Finance, Operate and Transfer (DBFOT) basis. The Company signed the Concession Agreement with the then Government of Andhra Pradesh on 4th September 2010 and completed the financial closure for the Project on 1st March 2011 in a record period of six months. This is the largest fund tie-up in India for a non-power infrastructure Public Private Partnership (PPP) project.

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