South India’s first Underground Metro Services Flagged Off In Bengaluru


Posted on:03 May 2016 16:03:08

South India’s first Underground Metro Services Flagged Off In Bengaluru
03 May 2016 Current Affairs: South India’s first underground metro services flagged of in Bengaluru i.e. at East-West corridor (Purple Line) of Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL). The underground metro corridor has been named as Namma Metro and was flagged off Dr BR Ambedkar station by the Union Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu and Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah. The newly inaugurated 28-km metro line has 5.12-km underground stretch and connects Cubbon Park to the City Railway station. With the opening of the east-west corridor of Namma Metro, a total of 28 km of the first phase of Bengaluru Metro (spanning total 42 km) has become operational.  Phase II of Namma Metro work has already commenced and it may become operational by 2020.


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