Telanganagovt to extend Airport Metro corridor in Hyderabad at Rs 6,250 crore

Telangana government has announced the extension of the Hyderabad Metro to the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) in Shamshabad at an approximate cost of Rs 6,250 crore.

Chief Minister K ChandrashekarRao will lay the foundation stone for the 31-km-long Airport Metro corridor on December 9.

Hyderabad Metro is the largest public-private partnership in metro rail across the world and, at present, the Hyderabad Metro Rail Ltd (HMRL) and the L&T Metro Rail Hyderabad Ltd (LTMRHL) operate three corridors covering 69 km.

While the government is working on phase 2 of the project to cover a distance of 26 km from BHEL to Lakdikapul and connect the LB Nagar Metro station with Nagole Metro station, HMRL managing director N V S Reddy clarified that the Hyderabad Airport Metro Ltd will be fully state-owned.

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