Jammu Metro: Project Information, Tenders, Stations, Routes and Updates

Anushka Khare Posted on: 2020-09-14 21:06:00 Viewer: 16,731 Comments: 0 Country: India City: Jammu

Jammu Metro: Project Information, Tenders, Stations, Routes and Updates

The Jammu Metro is a light rail transit system proposed for the city of Jammu in Jammu & Kashmir state, India.

Key Information

  • Project Name: Jammu Light Metro Rail Project
  • Type of System: Light Rail Transit System (LRTS)
  • Executing Body:  Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (MRDA)
  • Owner: Govt. of India and Govt. of Jammu & Kashmir
  • Project Cost: INR 4,825 Crore (Phase I)
  • Completion Target: 2024
  • Status: Under consideration

Jammu Metro Rail Network (Phase I)

Corridor I:  Bantalab - Greater Kailash

  • Route length: 17.0 km
  • Total stations: 17 (All elevated)
  • Station names: Bantalab, Chinore, Roop Nagar, Janipur, High Court, Lower Laxmi Nagar, Ambphalla, Secretariat, Raghunath Temple, Exhibition Ground, University, Panama Chowk, Jammu Railway Station, Trikuta Nagar, Trikuta Nagar Extension, Narwal, Greater Kailash.
  • Depot: Bantalab (10-hectare area)
  • Status: Approved by the state government

Corridor II: Udheywala - Exhibition Ground

  • Route length: 6.0 km
  • Total stations: 6 (All elevated)
  • Proposed station names: Udheywala, Tirath Nagar, Suraj Nagar, Circuit House, Jewel Chowk, Exhibition Ground.
  • Depot: Udheywala (10-hectare area)

Jammu Metro Rail Network (Phase II)

Corridor I Extn: Greater Kailash - Bari Brahmana Railway Station

  • Route length: 6.0 km
  • Total stations: 5 (All elevated)
  • Station names: Kaluchak, SIDCO Factories, Bari Brahmana, Bari Brahmana Railway Station.

Corridor II Extn: Exhibition Ground - Satwari Chowk

  • Route length: 14.5 km
  • Total stations: 12 (All elevated)
  • Station names: Rangora, Narwal Mandi, Transport Nagar, Malik Market, Sector-6, Sainik Colony, Greater Kailash, Kunjwani, Gangyal, Preet Nagar, Sanjay Nagar, Satwari Chowk.

Major Contract Awarded

  • RITES Limited: Feasibility Study and General Consultancy

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