Date of Post: 22 June, 2018
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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