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1st Metro station at Uppal next yr

The first metro rail station in the city will come up at Uppal. The Hyderabad Metro Rail (HMR) officials have finalised the location and launched the works to complete its construction by the end of 2

Metro Rail won’t go underground

The state government on Thursday informed the Andhra Pradesh High Court that Hyderabad, perched atop the Deccan plateau with its rocky terrain, is not suitable for an underground metro rail.

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Metro event divides Congress camps

The mass plantation programme Vana Deeksha, organised by the Hydera-bad Metro Rail Ltd, at LB Nagar on Saturday turned into a political battlefield with senior Congress leaders displaying their “group

Metro Rail plans eco-stations in Hyderabad


The L&T Metro Rail Hyderabad Ltd has finalised a unique “cantilever elevated design” for Metro Rail stations coming up in the city.

In all, there will be 66 stations at 63 locations. Except for the t

Metro stations to connect to malls

The IIT-Delhi will conduct a study for the Hyderabad Metro Rail Ltd (HMR), which will explore and suggest measures to integrate different modes of transport — the MMTS, the APSRTC, and SCR services —

CM wants Metro work expedited


Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy directed L&T and Hyderabad Metro Rail project officials to expedite the work of the project.

After reviewing the progress of the project, the CM instructed the HM

French co plans to bring Dubai touch to Metro

The leading French technology firm Thales is looking to replicate its success with the Dubai Metro in Hyderabad, which is planning a modern metro system.

Thales, which provides India with the crucia

Pipeline threat to Metro Rail

There are drinking water and sewerage pipelines stretching up to several kilometres under main roads, which if not shifted, will pose a danger to the concrete elevated structure on which the Hyderabad

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