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N.V.S. Reddy Examines Options for Best Station Placement for Airport Metro

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HYDERABAD (Metro Rail News): N.V.S. Reddy, the Managing Director of Hyderabad Airport Metro Ltd (HAML), inspected a 10 km stretch in order to adjust the alignment for the proposed Airport Metro on 29th January. Additionally, he looked into various options for the best station placement along the route between Narsingi underpass (My Home Avatar junction) and Rajendranagar hillock.

Reddy instructed the officials to draw up the Airport Metro alignment in such a way that the acquisition of private properties is either eliminated or reduced as much as possible, after walking the full 10 km with the senior engineers and going over every facet of the alignment.

He added that they should take advantage of the road underpasses of the Outer Ring Road (ORR) by locating the Airport Metro stations closer to them in order to make it more convenient for people from the various colonies and roads that are expanding.

Reddy instructed the engineers to plot the Metro viaduct without any curves or gradients at certain points in order to construct a couple of more stations to serve the burgeoning commercial and residential buildings in the area.

He also emphasized that the Airport Metro be a success from the opening day by incorporating skywalks and other pedestrian facilities into the station planning.

On December 9, 2022, the foundation stone for the Airport Metro was placed, initiating the 31-kilometer long endeavor connecting Hitec City, the information technology hub, to the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Shamshabad. The state government is responsible for the expenditure of Rs 6,250 crore for the construction of this project.

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