Upmrc Md reached Kanpur, the inspected Iit subway station

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Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Kanpur

Published by: Shikha Pandey
Updated Sat, 6/5/2021 12:20 PM IST

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The test of the metro from the IIT to Motijheel station of the first corridor, which has been included in the priority of the government, starts on 30. For this, the first train arrives in September and the second in October.

UPMRC MD arrives at Kanpur
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Kumar Keshav, General Manager of Uttar Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation Limited (UPMRC), arrived in Kanpur on Saturday. He inspected the IIT subway station. The managing director, Kumar Keshav, said that he had instructed the earliest possible completion of work on the underground line from IIT to Kalyanpur Station, which is under construction. Then he reached the receiving substation of the metro in the vegetable center of CSA and from there to the depot.It has been announced that the process of the metro from the IIT to the Motijheel station of the first corridor, which has been included in the government’s priority, will begin on November 30th. The first train comes in September and the second in October. In the first phase, eight trains will run on this roughly nine-kilometer section. The city’s residents will be able to take the metro from January 2022 before the parliamentary elections.

A maximum of 29 subways on the first corridor
A total of 39 trains are required for metro corridors one and two. Of these, 29 trains are planned on corridor one and 10 on corridor two. However, a total of eight trains are required for the nine-kilometer priority section from the IIT to Motijheel. All trains will reach Kanpur by mid-December.

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Kumar Keshav, General Manager of Uttar Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation Limited (UPMRC), arrived in Kanpur on Saturday. He inspected the IIT subway station. The managing director, Kumar Keshav, said that he had instructed the earliest possible completion of work on the underground line from IIT to Kalyanpur Station, which is under construction. Then he reached the receiving substation of the metro in the vegetable center of CSA and from there to the depot.

It was announced that the process of the metro from the IIT to the Motijheel station of the first corridor, which has been included in the government’s priority, will begin on November 30th. The first train comes in September and the second in October. In the first phase, eight trains will run on this roughly nine-kilometer section. The city’s residents will be able to take the metro from January 2022 before the parliamentary elections.

A maximum of 29 subways on the first corridor

A total of 39 trains are required for metro corridors one and two. Of these, 29 trains are planned on corridor one and 10 on corridor two. However, a total of eight trains are required for the nine-kilometer priority section from the IIT to Motijheel. All trains will reach Kanpur by mid-December.

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