Industrial Visit to l & T Hyderabad Metro Rail.

Industrial Visit to L & T  Hyderabad, Metro Rail. Civil Engineering students of Global Institute Of Engineering & Technology

Every aspect of Civil Engineering has been covered in Hyderabad Metro Rail

  • Design drawings and documents
  • Quality Assurance
  • Reliability, Availability and Maintainability
  • Safety Engineering
  • Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
  • Safety of Traffic
  • Electromagnetic Compatibility and Environmental Conditions
  • Environmental Noise Standards
  • Maintenance Plan
  • Alignment and Track Structure Requirements
  • Operating Requirements
  • Track Gauge
  • Track Spacing
  • Track Geometry
  • Track Structure
  • Track Tolerances
  • Engineering Specifications
  • Maintenance Management System
  • Other Requirements
  • Materials and Finishes
  • Re-instatement Works
  • Miscellaneous Infrastructure
  • Landscaping and Environmental Requirements
  • Station Architecture
  • Station Quality
  • Spatial Vertical Clearances
  • Pedestrian Access
  • Vehicular Access
  • Station Parking
  • Station Design Requirements
  • Performance Requirements
  • Materials and Station Finishes
  • Landscaping at Elevated Station Complex
  • Guide way Alignment
  • Rain Water Harvesting
  • Environmental Protection Requirements
  • Fire Detection and Suppression Systems
  • Water Supply System
  • Drainage System
  • Removal of Graves and Other Obstructions
  • Protection of the Adjacent Structures and Works
  • Traffic Management Plan
  • Approval for Temporary Traffic Arrangements and Control

Growing urbanisations has led to innumerable problems for commuters who are delayed on account of traffic jams. Metro Rail will allow them to bypass these traffic congestion barriers. Hyderabad Metro Rail is being developed as largest metro project on the PPP mode over a concession period of 35 years. The entire project is elevated. L&T Metro Rail (Hyderabad) Limited is the concessionaire.

The project is expected to serve 3 “high density corridors” which have frequency of 3 to 5 minutes during – peak hours.

Collaboration will be on to integrate the Metro Rail with other public transport systems in Hyderabad such – as MMTS and RTC.

300 mt belt all along the Metro Rail corridor is designated for Multiple use and Impact fee will be collected for the constructions in this belt at the time of building permission.

Government of Telangana has established a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) in the form of Hyderabad Metro Rail Ltd. (HMRL). Hyderabad Metro Rail Limited (HMRL) is implementing Phase-I metro rail system in three prime corridors extending over a length of about 72 km with 66 stations and 3 depots.

The selected three corridors are listed below:

Corridor 1: Miyapur – L.B.Nagar (29Km)
Corridor 2: Jubliee Bus Stand – Falaknuma (15Km)
Corridor 3: Nagole – Shilparamam (28 Km)

The project is expected to be completed by 2017 and to be executed in 6 stages.

Stage 1: Nagole to Mettiguda (8.2 Km)
Stage 2: Miyapur to S R Nagar (11.55 Km)
Stage 3: Mettiguda to Begumpet (7.83 Km)
Stage 4: Begumpet to Shilparamam (11.37 Km)
Stage 5: S R Nagar to LB Nagar (17.75 Km)
Stage 6: JBS to Falakunama (15.43 Km)

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