After creating public spaces and adorning them with street furniture and sidewalks at Metro stations, the Hyderabad Metro Rail Limited(HMRL) authorities are now planning to construct ramps at the end of all sidewalks to make the stations more accessible to senior citizens and physically disabled persons.
The decision to construct the ramps was taken by HMRL MD NVS Reddy during the inspection of a seven-kilometre Metro Rail stretch between Panjagutta and Moazzam Jahi Market along with HMRL engineers and a team of architects on Sunday.
The stretch between Panjagutta and Moazzam Jahi market covers seven Metro stations Panjagutta, Irrum Manzil, Khairtabad, Lakdi-ka-pul, Assembly, Nampally and Gandhi Bhavan in Corridor-1. Read More
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