India’s First Four-Layer Transport System To Be Constructed For Nagpur Metro
Nagpur Metro’s proposal for constructing a flyover and Metro route, a four layer transport system, at Kamptee Road was given an unconditional clearance by National Highway Authority of India (NHAI), which amounts to a total of Rs 573 crore. NHAI’s nod has paved way for construction of country’s first four-layer transport system.
The structure is a part of Reach-II segment of Nagpur Metro Rail Project, which stretches from Sitabuldi Interchange Metro Station to Automotive Square Metro Station. The total length of the via-duct in Reach-II stretches to 7.23 km. The total length of fly-over to be constructed is 5.3 km.
The Nagpur Metro network, work on which started in June, 2015, consists of two corridors with a total length of 38 km. The two corridors of Nagpur Metro will have 38 stations, two depots and a fleet of 69 metro cars.
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