Ahmedabad Metro Phase I to be finished by August 2022

The Phase I of the Ahmedabad metro project, the lines from APMC to Motera Stadium and Thaltej to Vastral, will be finished by August 2022, as expected for the festival of the 75th year of Independence.

Gujarat Metro Rail Corporation (GMRC) Limited said that this year the residents of Ahmedabad will have just 6.5km of metro line utilitarian, from Vastral to Apparel Park. GMRC authorities said 40km will be finished by August one year from now.

Authorities said that they don’t plan to work additional stretches this year.

The authority said burrowing work for the underground area between Apparel Park and Shahpur has been finished and laying of tracks and the flagging framework is in progress. Authorities said development of 27km of raised hall is at a high level stage.

Authorities said the GMRC has in the subsequent stage chosen to drop direct availability to the air terminal that was arranged before.

Authorities said the 28km Phase II, work on which commenced on Monday, associating the state capital and Ahmedabad city, will be finished by 2024.

Authorities said that the length of Corridor 1 of Phase II is 22.8km from Motera Stadium to Mahatma Mandir. Hall 1of Phase II is a totally raised passageway with 20 raised Metro stations with trades at Koteshwar Road. It will have future arrangements to associate the Metro with Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport.

The hall will interface Koba, Infocity, the New and Old Sachivalayas, Akshardham and Mahatma Mandir.

Authorities said that the length of Corridor 2 is 5.4km, from GNLU to GIFT City, with 2 raised stations, with an exchange office at GNLU and an extension over the Sabarmati waterway.

Authorities said that along this stretch no land should be obtained as the undertaking has been planned in a manner that is disregards government land.

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