Eight bids in for Chennai Metro Phase 2 extension feasibility report
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Eight bids in for Chennai Metro Phase 2 extension feasibility report

Eight design and engineering firms have bid to prepare three detailed feasibility reports (DFR) for extending the 118.9-km-long Chennai Metro Phase 2 project by 93 kilometres to connect Kilambakkam, Parandur Airport, and Avadi.

Three corridors are currently being built as part of the city's Phase 2 project by Chennai Metro Rail (CMRL): Line-3 (Madhavaram-Siruseri), Line-4 (Lighthouse-Poonamallee), and Line-5 (47 km).

CMRL had issued a tender for the feasibility contract (3 packages) for the line in September 2022, with a 120-day completion deadline. Technical bids were instead opened at the end of October.

Also read:

Odisha readies Rs 84-bn railway proposals for Union Budget 

Namma Metro on track to complete 175 km rail project by 2025 


Eight design and engineering firms have bid to prepare three detailed feasibility reports (DFR) for extending the 118.9-km-long Chennai Metro Phase 2 project by 93 kilometres to connect Kilambakkam, Parandur Airport, and Avadi. Three corridors are currently being built as part of the city's Phase 2 project by Chennai Metro Rail (CMRL): Line-3 (Madhavaram-Siruseri), Line-4 (Lighthouse-Poonamallee), and Line-5 (47 km). CMRL had issued a tender for the feasibility contract (3 packages) for the line in September 2022, with a 120-day completion deadline. Technical bids were instead opened at the end of October.Also read:Odisha readies Rs 84-bn railway proposals for Union Budget Namma Metro on track to complete 175 km rail project by 2025 

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