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1.Phase-1 of L&T-built Light Rail System (Metro Express) in Mauritius inaugurated

This Integrated Light Rail-based Urban Transit System will initially operate for 13 km from the capital city of Port Louis to Rose Hill.

2.DAMEPL asked to bear debt till pact is terminated

Sudhir Krishna, Secretary of the union urban development ministry informed that the Delhi Airport Metro Express (DAMEPL) will have to bear the debt till the concession agreement is terminated. DAMPEL is the joint venture between Reliance Infrastructure and Construccionesy Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles, SA (CAF) and it operates the metro rail corridor connecting Delhi airport. The joint venture firm recently submitted termination notice to Delhi Metro Rail Corp

3.CAG finds irregularities in Delhi airport Metro project

Reliance Infrastructure (R-Infra) and Construccionesy Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles, SA (CAF) of Spain were given undue benefits in the Airport Metro Express Line (DAMPEL) project, the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) said. The apex auditor found serious irregularities, flouting of government norms and undue financial benefits to the private player in the Delhi

4.Speed of AMEL to be raised gradually

Sources in the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) informed that the Airport Metro Express Line (AMEL) in the capital city would run at a higher speed of 70 kmph and to 80 kmph in a phased manner from the current 60 kmph. On July 8 2012, operations on the airport line were suspended after some faults were detected in the civil stru

5.DMRC prefers R-Infra for extension project

Mangu Singh, Managing Director of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) said he preferred Reliance Infrastructure to be the concessionaire for the extension of the high-speed corridor till Gurgaon. However, R-Infra, which is a concessionaire for the Airport Metro Express, expressed its wish to bow out of the agreement. Singh said DMRC would go through a transparent international bidding process to select a concessionaire for the extension

6.Ministry to discuss resumption of Airport Metro service

Union urban ministry would conduct a meeting on November 7 to decide on the resumption of service at the Airport Metro line Corridor

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