Citizens going on the Kukatpally-Miyapur street were in for a charming astound on Thursday evening when L&T Metro Rail Hyderabad (L&TMRH), the concessionaire constructing the metro venture, directed a lady trial run from Miyapur stop to Kukatpally Housing Board (KPHB), a 4.4 km stretch.
The route goes under the Corridor One course of Miyapur to L.B.Nagar. Despite the fact that the 10 overhead stations of the second development phase of Miyapur-S.R. Nagar are just about prepared, the electrical assessor general of the metro rail has given authorization for the powers concerned for running the trial run for up to four stations regardless rather then a straight extend of 10 km, metro authorities said.
“It is another vital point of reference for Hyderabad Metro Rail Project and for Stage 2 (Miyapur – S R Nagar). This is an affirmation for bringing world-class metro rail office to Hyderabad and soon Hyderabadis will appreciate riding their own metro,” said L&TMRH chief executive & managing director V.B. Gadgil.
Joined by project direcor M.P. Naidu, he introduced the test run furthermore investigated the first test ride which traveled at around 30 kmph. Miyapur terminal is the second biggest warehouse for the metro rail task spread over 100 sections of land after the Nagole station and L&TMRH has almost finished all the works inside.
There are around 14 three-mentor trains sourced from Hyundai Rotem (South Korea) presently positioned in the stop and one among them was run on Thursday. The Uppal station too has 14 three-mentor trains, which are partaking in trial runs in the middle of Nagole and Mettuguda.
It falls under Corridor Three of Nagole to Shilparamam-Raidurg. Passageway Two is between Jubilee Bus Station and Falaknum