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Jun 19 (21:06) Delhi metro: Average waiting time at Huda City Centre is 35 min, says DMRC (www.livemint.com)
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The Delhi Metro on Friday informed passengers that the average waiting time at Huda City Centre station is 35 minutes. "In case of any fluctuations in crowd, the waiting time will be informed accordingly," the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation said in a tweet.

Peak Hour UpdateAverage waiting time at Huda City Centre is 35 minutes.In case of any fluctuations in crowd, the waiting time will be informed accordingly.
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Since the resumption of Delhi metro services from June 7, commuters have continued to wait for more than 45 minutes to 2 hours outside the entry gate of metro stations due to stringent checking amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

As a result, several commuters have also taken to social media to complain about the increased waiting period before being able to enter the metro stations.

This week, the public transporter apologised to the commuters for causing inconvenience and delay to passengers.

“The waiting time at the entry of some of the stations is also high since only a limited number of passengers are being allowed inside through a specified number of gates. We are aware that this is causing inconvenience and delay in the journey to some passengers, especially during the peak hours and we apologise for the same," the DMRC said in a statement.

The DMRC further added, “However, it may be appreciated that these measures are being taken to regulate and control the flow of passengers for their safe travel. We expect the situation to improve once more relaxations are allowed by the authorities in the days to come."
Jun 19 (21:05) Route Mumbai-Hyderabad bullet train through Marathwada, demands Ashok Chavan (www.hindustantimes.com)
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Public works department (PWD) minister Ashok Chavan has demanded that the state should suggest connectivity of the proposed high-speed rail corridor between Mumbai and Hyderabad through Marathwada region. Chavan made the demand through a letter to chief minister (CM) Uddhav Thackeray, saying the state should ask the Centre to take the route from Aurangabad, Jalna and Nanded up to Hyderabad.

Currently, the proposed high-speed rail corridor is passing through Raigad, Pune and Solapur districts of the state. However, the National High-Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) has already started the LiDar survey
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of the proposed route to prepare the final alignment as detailed project report (DPR) for the corridor.

In the letter, which Chavan handed over to CM, the minister outlined the need and convenience the project would bring to the region, which is considered backward. “NHSRCL is working to setup a bullet train corridor between Mumbai and Hyderabad via Pune and Solapur. But Marathwada is not getting its due, as per this plan. For the Mumbai-Hyderabad bullet train, a route through Aurangabad-Jalna-Nanded is also available. Therefore, the state must immediately send a proposal to the Centre to alter the route,” the letter said.

The minister further said the department will start land acquisition for the proposed extension of the Jalna-Nanded connector to the Mumbai-Nagpur Expressway. “For this highway project, land is being acquired. It is possible to extend the Mumbai-Nagpur bullet train project to Jalna-Nanded. The same route can be extended from Nanded to Hyderabad,” he suggested.

Meanwhile, in a meeting, Thackeray directed officials to expedite work on Mumbai-Nagpur Expressway. Phase one of the 701-km expressway between Nagpur and Shirdi, which was expected to be commissioned on May 1, this year, is 72% completed. The CM also directed officials to ensure facilities for motorists including petrol pumps are set up on the 701-km which is named after Sena founder Bal Thackeray.

The CM also took stock of the proposed coastal highway being undertaking by PWD to connect Mumbai and Konkan regions, and Versova-Bandra Sea Link in Mumbai, which is undertaken by the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC). Stating that the Coastal highway project is crucial for connectivity and tourism development in Konkan, Thackeray said the highway should be a four-lane road and the planning should be in a manner that the least amount of land acquisition would be required for the project. He also added that priority should be given to flyover works on the existing highway.

He also reviewed the progress of the projects undertaken by the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA), including Metro rail projects and Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL). According to a statement from the CM’s office, around 35% to 40% of the work on the 21.8-km MTHL project has been completed so far, and the link connecting is expected to be commissioned by September 2023.
Jun 19 (21:02) Massive Fire Breaks Out At Noida Metro Office, No Casualty (ommcomnews.com)
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Noida: A massive fire broke out on Friday at the Noida Metro Rail Corporation (NMRC) office located in the Ganga shopping complex in Sector 29.

13 fire tenders were rushed to the spot to douse the blaze which was brought under control after over two hours.

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60 to 70 people were working inside the office when the fire broke out and all of them were later evacuated safely. However, no one was injured.

Chief Fire Officer Arun Kumar Singh said: “The fire was reported from the NMRC office located on the third floor of the Ganga shopping complex at around 1.30 pm. Soon after that 13 fire tenders were rushed to the spot.”

Police said that the cause of the blaze is yet to be ascertained.
Jun 19 (20:58) Metro Rail News Published its June 2021 Issue (www.metrorailnews.in)
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Metro Rail News conveys gratitude to all our readers and promoters

Dear Readers,

Metro Rail News wants to thank all the loyal and regular readers with a special offer to release a
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research thesis by reader’s choice every month.

While there is some hope at the end of a long corridor, we are indeed amid the pandemic.

New thoughts empower us more than anything else. With this confidence in mind, Metro Rail News took the lead and organised InnoMetro, a global event forum dedicated to metro and railway innovation and technology.

So we have decided to release a special research corner in the monthly Magazine by selecting one of the topics received by our readers through monthly feedbacks and comments to show our gratitude towards our reader.

This edition includes the cover story on Innovative Urban Mobility Challenges and features story on Metro Neo & Metrolite in India along with our regular columns.

An Exclusive Interview with Mr. Bharat Kaushal, Managing Director, Hitachi India is also an effort to bring forth the views and opinions of technocrats into policy making and governance.

We are introducing a “CLICK TO REACH” feature in our digital magazine. Now, our readers can just click on the advertisement of their interest and it will directly take them to the company’s contact person and website.

Sincerely acknowledging, we did like to express our thankfulness to our Readers and Promoters for their active participation subscribing in Metro Rail News, Because of your commitment and loyalty, this Magazine was successfully released its June 2021 issue and widely appreciated and acclaimed by the participants.

We would also appreciate if you (readers) would share this and encourage your friends and family to participate in Metrorail news by subscribing and enjoying reading our monthly updates in the rail sector and staying tuned with all the latest innovation and technologies. This keeps our motivation inflow so that we can come next month with a lot of positive vibe in our Magazine.
Jun 19 (20:58) DMRC invites tender for construction of tunnel & 6 stations for Line-8 ext under Phase IV (www.metrorailnews.in)
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This Janakpuri West – R.K. Ashram Line for which this tender is invited is expected to become operational by June, 2024. This corridor will have elevated section of 21.18 km and underground section of 7.74 km.

NEW DELHI (Metro Rail News): Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) now invites online open e-tenders from eligible Bidders for the construction of twin tunnel, underground ramp and six underground stations Including architectural finishing and other works of stations on Janakpuri West to R.K. Ashram Corridor (Line-8 Ext.) of Phase-IV of Delhi Metro.
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Contract No. – DC-05

Name of Work – Design & Construction of Twin Tunnel by shield TBM, Tunnel by Cut & Cover, Underground ramp at Derawal Nagar and Six underground stations viz. Derawal Nagar, Ghanta Ghar, Pulbangash, Sadar Bazar, Nabi Karim & Ramakrishna Ashram Marg Including Architectural Finishing, Water supply, Sanitary installation, Drainage works of stations on Janakpuri West to R.K. Ashram Corridor (Line-8 Ext.) of Phase-IV of Delhi MRTS.

Completion period of the Work – 42 Months 

Sale of Bidding Documents – From 10.06.2021 to 28.07.2021

Pre-Bid Meeting – 1100 hrs on 26.06.2021

Deadline for Bid Submission – 1500 hrs on 28.07.2021

Technical Bid Opening Date – 1500 hrs on 29.07.2021

For more information and detailed scope of work, applicants can download documents from e-tendering website – click here

The President of India has received a loan for an amount of JPY 119,978 Million from Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) towards the cost of Delhi Mass Rapid Transit System Project (Phase 4). It is intended that part of the proceeds of this loan will be applied to eligible payments under the Contract DC-05, as per the tender inviting notice.

Under Phase-4 of Delhi Metro, total 6 lines having length of 104 km will be constructed. Out of these 6 lines, Central Government has given approval to 3 lines having total length of 65 km. These 3 lines are Magenta Line (Line-8 extension) from Janakpuri West – R.K. Ashram (28.92 km) with 22 stations, Silver Line fromAerocity – Tughlakabad (23.6 km) with 15 stations and Pink Line fromMukundpur – Maujpur (12.58 km) with 8 stations.

This Janakpuri West – R.K. Ashram Line for which this tender is invited is expected to become operational by June, 2024. This corridor will have elevated section of 21.18 km and underground section of 7.74 km.
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