Despite the growing footfall, the Bengaluru Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) has once again pushed the deadline to convert all its three coach trains into six coaches to December, reports Metro Rail News.
The BMRCL has decided to expand all its 50 three-coach trains of Phase-I to six-coach ones by September. However, citing a time-consuming process of testing of each coach, the BMRCL has now renewed its deadline.
“We are converting three to four trains each month into six-coach ones. We have been receiving two to three new train sets every month to be added to our existing three-coaches, but they cannot be immediately inducted. Read More
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