Hyderabad: The LB Nagar-Ameerpet stretch of Hyderabad Metro will be open to the public by July-end, Municipal administration & urban development minister, KT Rama Rao announced. KTR, on Wednesday, inspected Nampally, Lakdikapul and MGBS metro stations.
He directed the Hyderabad Metro Rail Limited (HMRL) to develop a heritage precinct between Nampally & Rangamahal stations.
The Hyderabad Metro Rail was garnering a ridership of 80,000 daily, he said.
Also, KTR took up the issue of parking woes at the Metro stations and said that the government would float tenders to build 42 multi-level parking complexes in the next 15 days.
The government is planning last-mile connectivity from Metro stations by roping in operators of electrical vehicles adding that charging points will come up at the stations, he also mentioned.
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