St. Thomas Mount and Adambakkam Metro in Chennai likely to be completed by 2027

A 4-km elevated section of the Chennai Metro Rail Ltd. (CMRL) phase II project between St. Thomas Mount and Adambakkam, is likely to be completed by 2027.

This brief section is located in corridor 5 of the phase II project, which comprises three corridors: Madhavaram to SIPCOT (corridor 3), Light House to Poonamallee (corridor 4), and Madhavaram to Sholinganallur (corridor 5).

St. Thomas Mount and Adamabakkam are two stations that a big number of people in these two communities can utilise, hence it is imperative that it be finished as soon as possible, according to CMRL officials.

While the construction of an elevated stretch progresses fast, in contrast to an underground station or a tunnel, the small stretch of just 4 km will be tough to build and time consuming, the officials say.

“The roads through which the alignment will pass through are narrow and congested. There are several structures falling very close to the alignment and we have to be very cautious while building it,” says an official.

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