JAIPUR (Metro Rail News): Because the state authorities’ enthusiastic ‘ improvement of the crossroads’ project is creating discord in the establishment of the proposed Jaipur Metro Part-II (India Gate and Ambabari) on Tonk Highway, therefore, Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation (JMRC) has once again begun the planning to revise the detailed undertaking report (DPR).
The state authorities within the Price range didn’t make allocations for the long-pending Jaipur Metro phase-II, a 23.5 km hall, because the undertaking requires modification. A JMRC official mentioned, “The Jaipur Metro section II on Tonk street is conflicting with JDA’s signal-free undertaking. As some modifications are required, the DPR can be revised once more after the survey.”
The JMRC in its final revised DPR had proposed to construct 21 stations which include Rambagh, Tonk Pathak and B2 Bypass. Nonetheless, following the instructions of the Urban Development and Housing (UDH) minister Shanti Dhariwal, the JDA had additionally initiated the tasks for the development of underpass and semi-clover leaf buildings on identical or close by locations.
The JDA has proposed to build an underpass and an overbridge structure at Rambagh after spending Rs 130 crore. Likewise, the construction of an underpass proposed to be constructed at Laxmi Mandir with an estimated price of Rs 60 crore will start soon.
A JMRC official mentioned “On the similar areas, the Metro stations of Phase-II are proposed. The tasks are capital intensive and require revision in design at strategy planning stage to keep away from future confrontation.”
Sources on the division mentioned the state authorities in close to future is just not contemplating establishing the Part-II undertaking, nonetheless, protecting the availability for Metro on the arterial route, Tonk Highway is important.
“Prospects may also be explored to assemble the Metro Lite and Metro Neo service on the route that is a cheaper option and will be constructed and run at lower than half the price of the conventional metro rail”, a source said.
“Furthermore, the state might obtain the centre’s assistance as funds for this rail service can be allotted individually for tier 2 cities, ” the source added.