TRS MP and its Parliamentary Party Leader, A P Jithender Reddy, here on Wednesday, said that the work on the Hyderabad-Mahbubnagar Railway Line Doubling project and electrification at a cost of Rs 774 crore would begin on March 25.
Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu would lay the foundation stone for the project by remote control from Hyderabad.
Disclosing this to the media, Jithender Reddy said on Wednesday that the doubling work could be extended up to Benguluru later. Work on the present stretch would be completed in two-and-a-half years.
Yes it is just laying foundation.
HYDERABAD: After a wait of four years, a part of Phase II of the Multi-Model Transport System (MMTS) is finally set to see light of the day by the end of this year. Vinod Kumar Yadav, general manager, South Central Railway, announced on Tuesday that the 5.75 km long Tellapur-R C Puram stretch will be the first in Phase II to get operational by December 2017. Subsequently, the entire project will be rolled out by December 2018.
On Tuesday, Yadav, who has recently taken charge, took mediapersons on a tour of the ongoing work being carried out on the Secunderabad-Moula Ali-Cherlapally-Ghatkesar section.
Thats a welcome move. They can make a bigger bus terminal at Patancheru near by this station and can terminate some of the buses from Karnataka, Maharasatra side. It helps to control traffic also.
I guess, Secunderabad (SC) will be even more congested with SC - MLY - Cherlapally- Ghatkesar line. Important, passing through & RSA trains might not terminate at Charlapally. Only weekly trains might terminate. Tellapur - RC Puram is welcome.
If they can create terminal at RC puram, then some train can be extended to RC to decongest the SC.
3rd line is almost impossible in Begumpet - SC sector