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Nagpur Metro Rail Project

With the Nagpur Metro Rail Project receiving clearance from the Union Cabinet on Wednesday, August 20, 2014, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to lay the foundation stone of the project today (August 21, 2014). The project, being set up with the objective to reduce the traffic congestion in the urban parts of the city, is expected to be completed by December 2016. The Nagpur metro network has been designed to enhance the city's transportation system, and thereby, help in the fast development of the 13th largest city of the country.

The Nagpur metro rail network will be spread across a length of about 38.21 km. It will be functional on two corridors, namely the North-South Corridor and the East-West Corridor. The 19.65 km long North-South Corridor will be running from Automotive Square to MIHAN, while the East-West Corridor which is 18.55 km in length will be constructed from Prajapati Nagar to Lokmanya Nagar. Total number of stations on Corridor No. 1 and Corridor No. 2 would be 17 and 19, respectively.

As per the project estimates, Rs 8,680 crore will be invested in the Nagpur Metro Rail Project, out of which Rs 1,555 crore will be contributed by the Government of India. The Government of India will contribute financially to the project in the form of subordinate debt and equity. Also, the project will receive financial support from the Nagpur Improvement Trust, the City and Industrial Development Corporation, Maharashtra Airport Development Company, Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation and the Nagpur Municipal Corporation.

The project will be carried out under the supervision of the Nagpur Metro Rail Corporation, which will be chaired by the Urban Development Secretary. For the post of the Directors on the Board of the company, there will be 10 nominees, out of which five will be nominated by the Government of India and five by the state government. Also, the Managing Director of the company will be a nominee of the Maharashtra government.

Corridor 1 (North-South): Automotive Square - Mihan
Route Length - 19.658 kilometers
Number of Stations - All Elevated except Airport to MIHAN City route
Link to other Corridors - At Munje Square

1Automotive SquareElevated
2Nari RoadElevated
4Kadbi SquareElevated
5Gaddigodam SquareElevated
6Kasturchand ParkElevated
7Zero MileElevated
9Congress NagarElevated
10Rahate ColonyElevated
12Dev NagarElevated
13Mayuresh ApartmentElevated
14Shankar NagarElevated
15Old AirportUnderground
16Mihan CityUnderground
17Metro DepotElevated

Corridor 2 (East West): Prajapati Nagar - Lokmanya Nagar
Route Length - 18.557 kilometers
Number of Stations - All Elevated
Link to other Corridors - At Munje Square

1Prajapati NagarElevated
2Vaishno Devi ChowkElevated
3Ambedkar ChowkElevated
4Telephone ExchangeElevated
5Mayo HospitalElevated
6Chitaroli SquareElevated
7Agrasen SquareElevated
8Railway StationElevated
9Netaji MarketElevated
10Jhansi Rani SquareElevated
11Institute of EngineersElevated
12Bank of India, Shankar NagarElevated
13Lad SquareElevated
14Dharampeth Science CollegeElevated
15Subhash NagarElevated
16Rachana ApartmentElevated
17Vasudev NagarElevated
18Bansi NagarElevated
19Lokmanya Nagar, DepotElevated


Last Updated on : October 3, 2018



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