After the long wait of five years, finally the Hyderabad Metro rail project is all set to offer its services to the Public from 29th November 2017, It will be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday. This is the 30 Km long metro project between Miyapur and Nagole which covers 24 stations on one go.
Subsequent to confronting various obstacles, including more than 200 court cases, the mega Hyderabad metro rail is all set to go to begin rolling. The metro will give significant help to the city’s commuters, who have been struggling with the high traffic
This First Phase of the metro project is being controlled completely by Public Private Partnership (PPP) pattern, where the state government holding a minor equity stake. Also, it is the India’s biggest Public-Private partnership project till now.
As per the government plans, initially, the metro will have three coaches with the capacity of 330 people and later on the coaches will get increased depending on the growing traffic in future. The operation timings of the metro would be from 6 am to 10 pm initially. Also, the minimum fare of the metro has been fixed at Rs. 10 for a distance up to 2 kilometers and the maximum is at Rs. 60 for the distance of more than 26 Km.
Initially, the metro will operate on three corridors The first-course interfaces Miyapur and L.B. Nagar. The second-course has metro running between Jubilee Hill transport station and Falaknuma, while the third-course will connect Nagole and Raidurg.
Aside from this, a mobile application called ‘T Savari’ will likewise be launched to give a quick interface for the metro services.