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K-RIDE Signs MoU with Air Force Authorities For Bengaluru Suburban Rail Project

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BENGALURU (Metro Rail News): On Friday, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed by Air Force and K-RIDE representatives, for transferring the latter’s land at Jalahalli for the Bengaluru Suburban Rail Project.

The land is necessary for the project’s corridor-2 (Mallige line), which runs from Benniganahalli to Chikkabanavarasary. The corridor-2 project has “transited from the drawing board to the execution phase.

“For the first phase of the suburban rail project, defence land at several locations, including Banaswadi Garrison, Airforce Jalahalli, and CQAE Yeshwantpur, was identified.

According to the announcement, “The construction involving land acquisition, boundary wall construction, and various other preliminary works, such as survey works, Geo-Technical Investigation, and Ground Penetration Report (GPR) have been completed,”.

“Batching plants are being built at three places, including Jalahalli, Hebbal, and Benniganahalli; Jalahalli’s batching plant is scheduled to begin operational soon.

The Environment and Social Impact Assessment research has been completed; testing efforts are underway and will be conducted over the upcoming week at two test pile locations close to Hebbal and Yeshwantpur.

The project has transferred 157 acres of railway land from the SWR. According to the press release, K-RIDE has also finished buying 5.11 acres of private land. Additionally, 2.72 acres of land owned by BWSSB and other governmental organisations were transferred. The 5.01 acres of land specified by K-RIDE is yet to be transferred by the Bangalore Development Authority (BDA).

In addition, K-RIDE has conducted mutually beneficial inspections with various government agencies to check for moving utilities that could interfere with the project. The announcement also mentioned the upcoming release of bids for building 12 stations along Corridor 2.

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