Indore: 452 days left for completion of 17.5 km Metro first phase

The development of the Metro track from Gandhi Nagar to Robot Square is going on in full swing and as per reports 42 per cent of the metro work has been completed in the last 11 months.

Staff ReporterUpdated: Sunday, July 03, 2022, 11:32 PM IST
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Indore (Madhya Pradesh)

Only 452 days are left for the completion of the 17.5 km Priority Corridor - Gandhi Nagar to Robot Square - of the Indore Metro Rail, claimed officials on Sunday. The deadline is September, 2023.

The development of the Metro track from Gandhi Nagar to Robot Square is going on in full swing and as per reports 42 per cent of the metro work has been completed in the last 11 months.
According to Metro officials, the metro stations will have Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) system which will run on EMV National Common Mobility Card (NCMC) cards and QR code. The Metro has invited tenders for this project. The system will be based on the Public Private Partnership (PPP) revenue model. The system will be same for Indore and Bhopal Metro

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