Under the Railway Stations Re-development Program, Delhi’s Bijwasan Railway Station – currently catering to local trains – would be redeveloped with state-of-the-art facilities. While its close proximity to the Indira Gandhi International Airport would ensure hassle-free transfers, it would also be connected to different parts of the city by Delhi Metro.
It has been learnt that the redevelopment work here would be carried out in two phases. The first phase will cost Rs 350 crore and under it, the main station area, including the main terminal, would be developed in about two and a half years.
The design for the redeveloped station has been made by a Spanish firm and Indian Railway Station Redevelopment Corporation (IRSDC) Read More
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