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The authorities plan to commence work on the second phase of the metro in June and July. (Photo: X)

The authorities plan to begin work on the second section of the metro in June and July. (Photograph: X)

The precedence hall, connecting Subhash Nagar to AIIMS, RKMP, Subhash Nagar, Kendriya Faculty, DB Mall, and MP Nagar, is 90% full.

With the development of the metro hall between Subhash Nagar and AIIMS in Bhopal occurring in full swing, the authorities not too long ago performed a profitable path run.

It has been discovered that the hall between these two stations is 6.2 km lengthy. As the event is going on at a fast tempo, it’s anticipated that the route shall be purposeful within the coming months.

Based on India.com, the Metro Rail Company of Madhya Pradesh has determined that the stations on these corridors shall be just like airports and could have all the key amenities, together with meals plazas, outlets and different facilities. Earlier, the Indore metro station was additionally constructed on comparable strains with airport-like facilities.

By way of the present work standing of the metro, the precedence hall, which incorporates Subhash Nagar to AIIMS, RKMP, Subhash Nagar and Kendriya Faculty, in entrance of DB Mall and MP Nagar, is 90 per cent full. Alternatively, stations like DRM Chauraha, AIIMS and Alkapuri are nearly 60 per cent full.

The metro rail authorities have been making these stations in a really giant space. As these stations could have plenty of amenities like outlets, meals plazas, ATMs and extra, the authorities predict to generate plenty of income.

The metro authorities are additionally anticipated to begin their work on the second section of the metro within the months of June and July. It has been discovered {that a} whole of Rs 1,540 crore shall be spent on laying the 8.77 km line between Subhash Nagar and Karond. On this route, 3.39 km shall be underground.

Two metro stations, Bhopal Railway Station and Nadra Bus Stand, shall be made underground. The tunnels will join Bhopal station and Nadra bus stand-through stations through Sindhi Colony and Aishbagh Crossing. Whereas six stations, together with Pul Bogda, Aishbagh, Sindhi Colony, DIG Bungalow, Krishi Upaj Mandi, and Karond, shall be elevated and constructed above the bottom, The entire Orange Line of Metro, i.e., the route from AIIMS to Karond, is 14.99 km lengthy.

Up to now, 5 metros have arrived in Bhopal from Vadodara, Gujarat. As many as 15 coaches had been additionally introduced in six large trolleys to the town.

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