Chennai Metro Rail Phase – II: 82 per cent land acquisition completed

Metro Rail project’s Phase II in Chennai has practically finished acquiring land.

According to Chennai Metro Rail Ltd., over 82% of the necessary land has already been purchased (CMRL).

With 128 stations and a network length of 118.9 km, Metro Phase II growth is anticipated. Three corridors make up the system: Corridor-3 from Madhavaram to SIPCOT (45.8 km), Corridor-4 from Lighthouse to Poonamalle Bypass (26.1 km), and Corridor-5 from Madhavaram at Sholinganallur (47 km).

Officials from CMRL claim that 93 of the project’s required 112.72 hectares have already been purchased.

“Out of 112.72 hectares, we have acquired nearly 93 hectares of land. In the remaining portion, including some pockets like Kaliamman Koil Street, Vadapalani and Arcot Road, we need to acquire land. In some areas, we are facing some challenges. But we are trying to finish it soon since the contractors want to take over the project site for construction,” said an official report.

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