State Government to take up the second phase of metro rail project.

Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao decided to extend the Metro Corridor from Rayadurgam Metro Terminal at Mind Space Junction to Shamshabad International Airport. As part of that, CM KCR will lay the foundation stone on December 9. The Telangana government prepared the plans to complete the metro project in the next three years. The Chief Minister said that the state government will build this project

This Metro will proceed via Biodiversity Junction and go through Kazaguda Road touching Nanak Ramguda Junction at Outer Ring Road. Metro train runs from the airport through a special route (right of way). The state government will build this metro project on a total length of 31 km at a cost of Rs.6,250 crores. Many international companies will establish their offices along this Corridor.

To meet the future transport needs of Hyderabad, which has become a global city, the Metro Project (airport express highway) has been designed to reach Shamshabad Airport from any corner of the city in the shortest time. All major metro cities of the world had also developed metro rail facility to the airport. In this background, this metro project with international standards is designed under CM KCR’s vision of promoting Hyderabad a cosmopolitan city. Connecting the Metro to the Airport became a top priority in the wake of increasing traffic congestion in Hyderabad City , which is expanding massively with world-class investments. The Hyderabad City is going to become a destination for more investments owing to the metro project.

With the intention of coping with the day by day traffic in Hyderabad city, the Telangana government is already providing transport infrastructure on a large scale with the efforts of state Municipal Administration minister Sri KT Rama Rao and under the direction of CM KCR. The state government is strengthening many projects, flyovers, link roads and other road systems.

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