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Tenders are to be floated soon to appoint consultants for preparing a detailed project report for the proposed 55-km-long elevated corridor from Taramani to Mamallapuram on Rajiv Gandhi Salai. The State government had recently sanctioned Rs...
Nelson and Doug Smith November 30, 2013 After officials began locking the turnstiles to the Los Angeles subway in June, stopping many passengers from riding for free, the volume of people entering the system may have fallen significantly, according
Special Arrangement Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. was expected to open the line for the general public by November-end. Commercial operations expected to commence in January 2014 The countdown for opening the 9.9-km Peenya to Sampige Road
Breaking News Alert The future of Metro rail projects across India is hanging in the balance, thanks to a turf war between two central government ministries. The ministry of urban development (MoUD) is the nodal agency to execute Metro rail projects
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday laid the foundation stone for the country's first-ever Metro rail project. The ceremony took place at Gazipur on the outskirts of capital Dhaka on Thursday evening, Xinhua reported. Metro rail
Citizens for Better Public Transport, a voluntary body, has charged the State Government of having allotted 71.39 acres of excess land for the construction of the Metro Rail in the city. This is in addition to what has been mentioned in the
K olkata Metro's expansion will see the construction of the first underwater metro in India. Construction on Kolkata Metro's line 2 started in March 2009. The East-West Metro will operate from Salt Lake Sector 5 (East) to Howrah Maidan (West).
Cost Benefit Analysis of Broad Guage (BG) and Standard Guage. Ahmedabad metro rail will be driverless and broad gauge project, said a top expert involved in the project. The broad gauge will result in savings of Rs 1,000 crore in capital expenditure
50 fund sharing between the central and state government was also approved. However, at the same time, it was decided to seek loan from either World Bank or Japanese International Cooperation Agency through the Union Ministry of Economic Affairs.
As the Metropolitan Transportation Authority prepares to take up a long agenda Thursday that could determine how billions of dollars are spent on projects countywide, city leaders in the South Bay are focused on a proposal they say could divert