K T Rama Rao Unveils Ambitious Plans for Hyderabad’s Future Development

 K T Rama Rao Shares Government's Vision to Expand Metro Network, Develop Key Sectors, and Implement Sustainable Transportation Solutions.

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TELANGANA (Metro Rail News): On Thursday, the Telangana Municipal Administration Minister K T Rama Rao unveiled the government’s ambitious plans for the future development of Hyderabad during a gathering of realtors.

The minister emphasized the expansion of the Metro network to 250 km in the city. One of the key projects announced by the minister is the introduction of the new Airport Express Metro, spanning 31 km from Shamshabad to Raidurg.

Additionally, the phase 2 expansion of the Hyderabad Metro Rail Limited from BHEL to Lakdi-ka-pul (26 km) and Jubilee Bus Station to ECIL will further enhance the existing network of the HMRL, which currently stands at 71 km.

Minister KTR emphasized that the Airport Express Metro is not solely intended for air travellers but will also open up the southwest corridor of Hyderabad.

The removal of GO-111, a government order that previously restricted development in the catchment areas of Osman Sagar and Himayat Sagar lakes, has cleared the path for construction projects in the region.

In addition to the metro expansion, Minister KTR discussed various other initiatives planned for Hyderabad’s growth. He highlighted the upcoming Pharma City, located 30 km south of the airport, which is expected to spur economic development in the southern and southeastern parts of the city.

Furthermore, the minister mentioned the potential for the electronics and aerospace industries in Kongarakalan, Adibatla, and Ghatkesar to contribute to developing the eastern regions of Hyderabad.

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