Bengaluru Metro phase 3 gets in-principle approval
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Bengaluru Metro phase 3 gets in-principle approval

The Karnataka government has given in-principle approval for Phase 3 of the Bengaluru Metro, which includes two lines: one 32.16 km long from Kempapura to JP Nagar Fourth Phase and another 12.82 km long from Hosahalli to Kadabagere. The cost of the phase is expected to be Rs 163.68 billion. The Kempapura-JP Nagar line will have 22 stations, six of which will be interchange stations, while the Hosahalli-Kadabagere line will have nine. Along the Outer Ring Road, the new phase will include JP Nagar, Hosakerehalli, and Nagarbhavai. The majority of Bengaluru South will soon have Metro service.

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The Karnataka government has given in-principle approval for Phase 3 of the Bengaluru Metro, which includes two lines: one 32.16 km long from Kempapura to JP Nagar Fourth Phase and another 12.82 km long from Hosahalli to Kadabagere. The cost of the phase is expected to be Rs 163.68 billion. The Kempapura-JP Nagar line will have 22 stations, six of which will be interchange stations, while the Hosahalli-Kadabagere line will have nine. Along the Outer Ring Road, the new phase will include JP Nagar, Hosakerehalli, and Nagarbhavai. The majority of Bengaluru South will soon have Metro service. Also read: NIIF, I Squared, Brookfield in talks to buy CleanMax RVNL bags a part of metro line construction of Chennai Metro

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