AP's the Most prestigious project ""Hyderabad Metr

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Re: AP's the Most prestigious project ""Hyderabad

Postby ved » March 12th, 2011, 2:03 pm

sat wrote:
venki4cool wrote:I am starting a topic on hyderabad metro here....With huge investment around 12000 crs, the prestigious project andhrapradesh started 2-3 weeks back here in hyderabad. Please post news regarding Hyderabad L&T metro here..



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Instead of spending 12000cr for under ground/elevated tracks in a cojested area this amount can be used to develop a planned industrial city , where we can get plenty of openland, water..

Track on open land will be life long as compare to elevated/under gorund.

Planned city means... ... ...
1. First construct 6 lane straigh train track of 100km length.
Means city length is 100km.
2.Put one passenger (slow train) station per every one km like a, b, c, d....
train X stops at a, c, e.... other train Y stops at b,d,f...
3. Fast trains will stop for every 5km.


Develop roads (express way) parallel to the track (100km) with 8 lanes left side and 8 lanes right side both are two way use.

Major roads (access) connectivity to this road for every 5 km T-junction, which extends to 5km length, where in this path shops will exist.
Minor roads connects to access roads with 1 km pitch.

All street /colany roads get connects to minor roads.

So the city become the strcture of....

100 km length.
10 km width (left side 5km, right side 5km).
No junction points of local train track.
20 junction points of express way with access roads.

So a person any where in the city hecan travel by train and road journey is maximum of 5km.

LOcal train can be run 24 hours, since only single route it gets always with minimum number of people.


I agree. This Rs 12000 crore investment in single city fuels more population growth, more congestion which requires even more funding in future. This kind of capital centric policies drive regional imbalance further. Instead the money should be spent on roads and high way transportation to drive more decentralization.

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Postby venki4cool » March 13th, 2011, 1:51 pm

Hyderabad - the emerging megapolis

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March 12, 2011:
Fast forward to 2020, Hyderabad will be one of the finest cities to live in once the plans of Andhra Pradesh Government and Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) are implemented.

Various elements of a mega plan include a Rs 6,696-crore Jawaharlal Nehru Outer Ring Road project, 33 arterial roads, two logistics parks, beautification of lakes and river bed and support infrastructure backed by a metro rail project and rapid bus transport system.

The HMDA is spread over 7,100 sq.km comprising Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) with a total spread of 625 sq.km, and Sangareddy and Bhongir municipalities (13.60 sq.km and 9.60 sq.km), 849 villages in districts of Rangareddy, Medak, Nalgonda and Mahbubnagar totalling 6,451 sq.km.

Mr Rajeshwar Tiwari, Commissioner of HMDA, said that in order to get a balanced development of such a large area, the demands of a growing city and increasing population, HMDA is in the process of finalising a Master Plan for Hyderabad up to 2031. The plan is likely to be announced by month-end.

Main objective

As a part of the integrated development plan, HMDA is working on creating a mega Nehru Outer Ring Road (NORRP) project connecting Gachibowli-Patancheru-Medchal-Shamirpet-Hayatnagar-Shamshabad, State Highways and three National Highways (NH 7, NH 9, NH 202) around Hyderabad and serve as a bypass to the city.

This will be backed by circular linkage to radial and arterial roads by providing quick access to the International airport from strategic locations. All the vital city nodes such as Hitec City, Games Village, IIIT, ISB, Hardware Park, Singapore Township at Pocharam, IT Park at Adibatla, FAB City and Nano Park will be connected.

The 159-km Nehru ORR project designed for speeds in excess of 120 km has a right of way of 150 meters with four lanes on each side, apart from two service lanes, with facility for the metro rail and bus rapid transport system.

The Phase I of the NORR between Gachibowli and Shamshabad close to the new airportis ready. Phase II-A covers Pedda Amberpet to Shamshabad and Narsingi to Patancheru with an outlay of Rs 2,349 crore. This has been taken up under BOT (Build, Own and Transfer) mode.


The NORR project will be backed by 33 radial ring roads. Of this six have been taken up with an investment of Rs 350 crore, three are being improved with an outlay of Rs 170 crore.

The Rs 12,136-crore Hyderabad metro rail project which seeks to decongest three dense corridors and two mega bus terminals are being developed, one at Miyapur on the highway towards Mumbai with a capacity for over 100 buses and two logistics parks a 22-acre facility at Magampally , and another of 40 acres at Batasingaram will come up under public-private-partnership mode


http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/fea ... 531923.ece

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Postby vamsiyalla » March 15th, 2011, 3:20 pm

@Venky
Hi i am not against to Metro but HYD has good Transport connectivity with MMTS.

If MMTS Phase II is completed then the city will be having good connectivity with Airport and also with Outskirts and also with malkajgiri.

Even if the metro is completed it does not have Airport Route.


As per HYD Requirement it should have Metro but as per my knowledge it is not the Prestigious project of Andhra Pradesh.
Vamsi Krishna Yalla.

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Postby venki4cool » March 16th, 2011, 9:00 pm

Hi i am not against to Metro but HYD has good Transport connectivity with MMTS.

If MMTS Phase II is completed then the city will be having good connectivity with Airport and also with Outskirts and also with malkajgiri.

Even if the metro is completed it does not have Airport Route.


As per HYD Requirement it should have Metro but as per my knowledge it is not the Prestigious project of Andhra Pradesh.


Vamsi there are lots of things can be done with 12000cr

You can lay lots of important tracks of AP with this amount..


1.Mirayaguda-jaggayapeta use Vijayawada-Hyd distance will reduce by around 100 km by this route(100cr)


2.Kotipalli-Narsapur with this Kakinada-Vijayawad distance will reduce and vizag to vijayawad route gets an alternate(1000cr)

3.Visakapatnam-Badrachalam track (1250 cr), vizag-hyd distance will reduce to 580km


4.Kadapa-Banglore (2000cr) except kurnool whole rayalaseema will become very close to Banglore

5.Ramagundam-Manuguru if it connects to Badrachalam-vskp route North telangana will develop very quickly since this road given nearest connection to major port cities like akinada,vizag (300cr)


6. Badrachalam-kovvur...(1000r) Bith gidavari districs will come close to hyd
by around 70-80 km will reduce.

7.Nizamabad-karimnagar which is a biggest boon to north telangana will cost only 200cr


8.Macherla-mahbubnagar 1100cr will be great add to our AP rail network which connects costal AP,South telangana,Rayalseema regions.

9.Nadikudi-stikalahasthi.....south andhra,rayalaseems will become close to Hyderabad (1500cr)


Ina ebka 4000-5000cr miguluthay.......so there are lots of things can be done....


but reality is hyderbad metr0....once again there is no tranportation infra project in AP in a city with huge investment....


thats the reason i called it as AP prestigious project......if u have any please mention.


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