Ahmedabad metro 1st phase to be finish by August next year, 6.5 km in 2021

The metro rail officials don’t plan to work additional stretches in 2021. Development of 27 km of raised hall is at a high level stage.

The first phase of the city’s metro rail will be finished by August one year from now. This comprises of the lines from APMC to Motera Stadium and Thaltej to Vastral.

In 2021 the individuals of the city would have 6.5 km of metro line practical, from Vastral to Apparel Park, as indicated by the state’s Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. 40 km would be finished by August 2020, as indicated by a report in the Times of India. They don’t plan to work additional stretches in 2021.

Burrowing work for the underground area between Apparel Park and Shahpur has been done and the lying of tracks and the flagging framework is in progress, as per the authority. Development of 27 km of the raised passage is at a high level stage.

The GMRC has in Phase II chose to leave out direct availability to the air terminal that was arranged before, as per the authorities. The 28 km second stage, work on which began on January 18, interfacing Gandhinagar and the city, would be finished by 2024.

The length of the primary hall of the subsequent stage is 22.8 km from Motera Stadium to Mahatma Mandir, as indicated by authorities. This passage is a raised hall with 20 raised metro stations with exchanges at Koteshwar Road. It would have future arrangements to associate the metro with the air terminal.

The corridor would interface Koba, Infocity, the New and Old Sachivalayas, Akshardham and Mahatma Mandir. The length of second hallway is 5.4 km, from GNLU to GIFT City, with two raised stations, with a trade office at GNLU and a scaffold over the Sabarmati River, as indicated by authorities.

Along this stretch no land would need to be procured as the undertaking has been planned such that it ignores government land, officials said.

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