Team of 80 will lay suburban rail track
K-RIDE to recruit experts from fields such as civil, mechanical, electrical engineering, signalling, safety, human resource, finance for implementation.
Now you can carry heavier baggage in Metro trains
For airport metro trains, the govt has also allowed one bag weighing up to 32 kilograms.
Bengaluru Metro Corp to Blame for ORR, Airport Lines Delay?
Centre rejects BMRCL proposal for not being in line with Metro Policy; projects i...
Want to make Hebbal a transport hub? Just chip in
Currently, several departments have taken up a number of initiatives to develop the Hebbal junction.
Metro lines to IT hubs on a shaky track
There is, however, a fear that the disagreement between the contractor and the BMRCL could jeopardise the completion of the four projects.
Namma Metro phase III may make way for elevated corridor
The new plan, however, does not mention two lines proposed during the preparation of the detailed project report for Phase II-A and Phase III in 2013.
Carrot & stick policy only on paper, does not work in Namma Metro projects
The construction of the underground Metro takes longer and the deadline is about 42 months.
New high-power panel to hasten metro projects in Bengaluru
Although a HPC has existed since 2014, it did not have the specific mandate to oversee the metro.
Kamaraj road to be shut for four years
Namma Metro underground station to come up along the 200-m road.
Bengaluru Metro gets Rs 2,300 crore loan from AIIB
The loan will help the utility to fund the construction of the 14-km Dairy circle - Nagawara underground Metro line, which is part of Reach 6 (Gottigere - Nagawara) of Phase II.
Suburban rail hits next hurdle: Namma Metro
The state is reviewing the 347-page draft feasibility study on the elevated/at grade suburban rail project prepared by RITES.
Metro wants taller buildings, denser transit corridors for Bengaluru development
The draft Bengaluru Transit-Oriented Development Policy is expected “to come into force with immediate effect from the date of its official acceptance by the government of Karnataka.”
Underground section of phase II Namma metro moves ahead
Although higher by 17%, the bid is a victory for BMRCL, considering how it cancelled the tendering process for construction of the same stretch, nearly a year ago.
Metro has a new priority: Parking space at stations
The Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation (BMRCL) is bidding goodbye to hotels or any other commercial development as it plans to create provision for parking in its stations.
Red tape stalls doubling of 2 railway lines
Unlike the construction of Namma Metro that takes at least 4-5 years, doubling may take only about two years.
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