Prime Minister Narendra Modi today launches the Hyderabad metro where it marketed for months of waiting and joined Minister Telangana-chief K Chandrasekhar Rao on his maiden voyage, where he covers4 stations, where there is a strict security.The Hyderabad Metro project has been divided into three corridors. Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the first phase of the project, which covers 24 stations. The metro will be open to the public on Wednesday. Tonight, World Summit Entrepreneurship Prime Minister to take the initiation with the daughter of US President Donald Trump, Ivanka, he is organizing dinner tonight.
1. Smart cards for the metro are already on sale at weekends; these can also be used for other transport in the city. In the first phase, the subway covers a 30 km road and is expected to carry 17 lakh passengers each day.
2. The Hyderabad Metro project is divided into three corridors – all across densely populated areas. Prime Minister Narendra Modi presented the first phase of the project, which includes 24 stations.
3. Trains from Miyapur in North Hyderabad to Ameerpet – a connecting station – one in the corridor, and from there Nagole in the eastern part of the city, which is part of Corridor 2.
4. Telangana Technology Minister KT Rama Rao said initially, the metro runs from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. It would be moved – 5:30 to 11:00 pm – depending on traffic and demand, Ticket prices vary between Rs. 10 and Rs. 60
5. The operations begin with three coaches each of which can accommodate 330 people – by train. The number of coaches would be increased to six, depending on the traffic.
6. The Skytrain has stations at a distance of about one kilometer.
7. The Metro Power Bus will eventually include parking at strategic locations and connectivity with other modes of transportation.
8. It is also planned to build bridges that connect stations directly to commercial complexes, stadiums, and offices.
9. The project, which began in July 2012, was to be completed in June this year, but issues such as land acquisition have resulted in delays.
10. The Hyderabad metro line will eventually become a 72 km section that will be completed next year. This is the largest public-private partnership project, said the state government.