The Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation (LMRC) on Friday successfully conducted load testing of two metro trains on the remaining section of the North-South corridor, an official said. The metro trains were run on viaduct.
This is being seen by many technical experts here and elsewhere in the country as yet another milestone for the 22.878 km long corridor from the Chowdhary Charan Singh International Airport to Munshipulia.
The trains rolled out from Charbagh at 6.30 a.m. and reached the newly constructed 177 meter-long balanced cantilever bridge over Gomti River where they will stay for 24 hours for load testing.
After the load testing, the metro trains will move to the 60 Meter Special Steel Span near Nishatganj and will stay there again for 24 hours, the official told IANS. Read More
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