Bangalore Metro Rail Company Ltd. (BMRCL) on Monday (Apr 11) invited tenders to nominate a guide to create a Detailed Challenge Report for Namma Metro’s Section 3‘s proposed 37 km Hebbal – Sarjapur metro line.
The tender notices comes only a month after Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai made the introduced the development of a 37-km metro line between Sarjapur and Hebbal by way of Agara, Koramangala and Dairy Circle at a value of ₹15,000 crore. The CM introduced his plan for the road throughout his authorities’s maiden funds for the yr 2022-23 within the Karnataka Meeting on March 4.
The scope of the contract consists of the preparation of an in depth Challenge Report (DPR) for Metro Rail Hall of size 37 km connecting Sarjapur to Hebbal through Agra, Koramangala and Dairy Circle.
The contracting agency chosen for DPR will present a baseline of the road’s size, underground & elevated route composition, variety of stations, their areas, depot, coach requirement, ridership projection, operational recreation plan, complete price and so forth. The DPR preparation is anticipated to be full in 8 months.
Throughout his funds speech, the CM mentioned in that yr 2022-23, 33 km of metro line might be added. With this Namma Metro could have a complete 89 km line.
The CM mentioned that work on developing 58.19 km lengthy metro line connecting Central Silk Board with Kempegowda Worldwide Airport is absolutely underway and this might be accomplished by March, 2025.
Over 115 km of metro community is at the moment underneath building in Bengaluru. Town has an current metro community overlaying about 55 km. DPR preparation is about to start for over 70 km of two new traces.
The CM additionally mentioned that the detailed undertaking report (DPR) to take up Section-3 of Bengaluru Metro undertaking at an estimated price of ₹11,250 crore might be submitted to Central Authorities for approval. This covers a distance of 32 km alongside the outer ring highway from Hebbal to J.P. Nagar and 13 km between Hosahalli to Kadabagere.