MEERUT (Metro Rail News): The construction of station for the Meerut Metro Rail at Brahmapuri is progressing quickly. The station’s pillars are becoming ready. Work on the elevated station’s concourse will begin soon. Three parallel lines, each numbered 4-4, are forming a total of 12 pillars for the station. Eight of the twelve pillars are complete, while the other four are being built. The construction of the station’s concourse level, or the roof, will begin as soon as the pillar is constructed.
At the concourse level of the station, all amenities like as the AFC gate, ticket counter, customer service area, and security check will be built. On the roof will be constructed contemporary information displays, digital maps, and restrooms.
The Brahmapuri station is approximately 75 metres long and 32 metres wide. The platform level will be roughly 17 metres above the ground. Service lanes will be built along the main road, where trains coming and going towards the station can come, allowing for smooth entry and exit of the station.
The length of the Brahmapuri station is about 75 meters and the width is about 32 meters. The platform level will be at a height of about 17 metres. For seamless entry and exit of the station, service lanes will be constructed along the main road, on which trains coming and going towards the station can come.
This elevated station will have three levels – ground, concourse and platform level. For the convenience of the passengers, entry and exit gates will be made on both sides of the station at the ground level for the movement of the passengers. Escalators and lifts will be properly arranged to go from the ground level to the concourse level so that the passengers do not face any problem in commuting at any level
Metro network of 21 km is being built in Meerut which will provide services of Meerut Metro to the passengers with the help of 13 stations. These 13 stations are – Meerut South, Partapur, Rithani, Shatabdi Nagar, Brahmapuri, Meerut Central, Bhainsali, Begumpul, MES Colony, Daurali, Meerut North, Modipuram and Modipuram depots. Out of these, three stations Meerut Central, Bhainsali and Begumpul will be underground, while all other stations will be elevated.