The Hyderabad Metro has seen an overwhelming response in the form of two lakh passengers per day, 140,000 more than the estimate of 60,000, Financial Express has reported.
The report claims that the project has laid to rest questions about its viability despite the added pressure of being touted as the largest Metro project in the world to be implemented in the PPP mode. The response received from the city has also raised the chances of the project breaking even in the next six-seven years.
66 Km of the of the total 72-km elevated network is set to be completed by mid-2019. The project is being built by L&T Metro Rail Hyderabad Ltd (L&TMRHL). Read More
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