Symbroj Media published the December issue of the Metro Rail News Magazine today. With this, it has successfully published 48th issues of the magazine.
Metro Rail News is an exclusive platform which brings the news and insights to you straight from the Metro and Rail Sectors of India. It further brings opinions from the desks of the decision-maker people of the sector.
In this issue, the magazine features the first Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS) of the country which is coming up in the NCR region covering Meerut, Ghaziabad and Delhi. The RRTS is not only going to solve the problems related to urban transit system but it will also help in building a greater NCR with its boundaries touching Chandigarh, Rajasthan and Interior regions of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.
In this perspective, the RRTS is going to become a project of huge importance to the people of not only the NCR region but of the whole country. It will surely boost the connectivity in the area with its enhanced features which will further provide an efficient and effective mode of public Public Transport.
This issue of the magazine covers an interview of Mr Steve Cockerell and Mr Dan Vogen of Bentley Systems along with the special focus on topics like Child-Friendly Mobility and UTO.
“The magazine brings news about all the recent happenings and developments of the Metro and Rail Sectors. We are working continuously to keep you updated about the industry during the pandemic and we continue to do so for your cooperation and support”, says Mr Narendra Shah, Managing Editor of Metro Rail News Magazine.
“We are helping the businesses out with making them aware about the recent developments in the Metro and Rail Sectors and seek the engagement of the audience in future as well”, Mrs Priyanka Sahu Director of Business Development at Symbroj Media said.
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