Namma Metro: Bengaluru metro passengers take note! The Bengaluru metro rail project is on a fast track as the phase 2 corridor is coming up soon! The metro stations in the underground section of Phase II will be smaller in length than Phase 1 due to higher land acquisition costs, learns Financial Express Online.
According to the Bengaluru Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL), 12 underground metro stations will be constructed along the 72.1 km of the phase II corridor. BMRCL is the special purpose vehicle (SPV) which is responsible for implementing the Bengaluru metro rail project. The new corridor will run along the Nagawara-Gottigere route.
The metro stations of phase II will be smaller in length than the UG (underground) stations from Phase I. There are currently seven underground metro stations in phase I, out of which five of them are 272 metres Read More
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