Saturday, 29 November 2014

Delhi Metro completes tunneling from Palam station on 1.5 km stretch

Source :
New Delhi, November 13, 2014

The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) said it had finished tunneling on a significant 1.5 km stretch of the Janakpuri West-Botanical Garden corridor close Palam.

The passage will help  join regions like Janakpuri, Dabri, Palam along these lines on with imperative areas, for example, the residential terminal of the Delhi airplane terminal Hauz Khas, Nehru Place, Jamia Milia University and Noida.

The shaft which began from the Palam station rose in barrier land toward the end of the Dwarka flyover (Dhaula Kuan end) in the wake of covering a separation of 1.51 kms (1,024 rings), from where the arrangement gets to be lifted.

The passage exhausting machine had begun work in March, 2014. An alternate passage running parallel is required to be finished by one month from now. The shaft has an inside measurement of 5.8 mtrs and an outside distance across of 6.3 mtrs, a press discharge from DMRC said.

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