CMRL Announced For Fifth Corridor Of Metro Rail To Connect Vellalore And Ukkadam
Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL), which directed a plausibility study for the Coimbatore metro rail venture, has chosen to make a fifth hall to associate Vellalore and Ukkadam. It has additionally recognized two spots, at Press Colony close Periyanaickenpalayam and Chinniyampalayam , to station the trains. CMRL had chosen building and counseling firm Systra to direct achievability study for executing the task in the city. The practicality report recommended four corridors. The main corridor would be 26-kilometer long among Ukkadam and Kaniyur.
The second would cover 24 kilometers among Ukkadam and Bilichi close Karamadai on the Mettupalayam Road. The third corridor will cover 42 kilometers between Thanneerpandal on Thadagam Road and Karanampettai on Trichy Road and the fourth will cover 44 kilometers between Karunya Nagar and Ganeshapuram.
Presently, CMRL has chosen to make a fifth corridor, which will be 11 kilometers in length, to associate the coordinated transport remain to be built at Vellalore at an expected expense of 178.26 crore, to Ukkadam. "In the wake of moving the transport remain to Vellalore, metro train administration from Vellalore to Ukkadam would assist workers with arriving at the city effectively," an authority said.
CMRL has recognized a plot at Press Colony that has a place with the Union government to station metro trains, aside from a spot at Chinniyampalayam."After getting money related authorization for land securing, the income office will help CMRL gain the terrains to station the trains," the authority included. The private firm had submitted subtleties of the improvement work to be actualized in the city for the metro venture to the region organization and the city partnership last November.