The Commissioner of Metro Rail Safety (CMRS) on Tuesday began a 3-day statutory final safety inspection of the 7.5-km Mysore Road-Kengeri section of Bangalore Metro, which will extend the period. purple line towards the south-west.
CMRS led a 5-member team to inspect passenger amenities and control room facilities at all six elevated stations along the route – see a detailed schedule below.
In the coming days, the team will inspect the viaduct of the line through a motor-trolley tour and installed systems (signaling, electrical, track) and finally participate in a speed trial on Thursday, where the line’s BEML trains can accelerate to 90 kmph. Will run at speed
this second section of 73.92 km Bangalore Metro Phase 2 The project will first connect Mysore Road with Kengeri through 6 new stations and later Chalaghatta Station In 2023 which is located across the NICE Peripheral Road.
The 6 new stations are Nayandahalli, Rajarajeshwari Nagar, Gyan Bharati (formerly Bangalore University Cross), Patnaagere, Kengeri Bus Terminal (formerly Mailasandra) and Kengeri.
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Approvals from CMRS are usually conditional in nature and the report of CMRS should be submitted by early next week, so we will have to wait and see what are the conditions laid for Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) to start operations have gone.
The stations in this section may contain recent videos and pictures from inside seen here (imprisoned during the recent visit of MD of BMRCL), Here (Kengeri Station), and at Starworth – Architectural Finishing Contractor’s Twitter page here. Old photos shot in April – when the trial run began – may be seen here.
Once this elevated section becomes operational, the existing 18.10 km purple line connecting Baiyappanahalli-Mysore road will become 25.60 km long and the entire Bangalore Metro network will become 55.60 km. 54.10 km network of Chennai Metro Once again to become the third largest in India.
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