Feasibility Report for Nashik Metro is ready

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Metro Projects are rising at a very fast rate. Maha Metro which is incharge of Pune, Nagpur and Thane Metro has now prepared the feasibility report for the Nashik metro .

It has been submitted the report to state govt. , CIDCO and Nashik Municipal Corporation for response and the DPR will be prepared accordingly .

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  • The project is estimated to cost over Rs 1,800 crore.
  • This city project will utilize mass transit urban trams – each carrying up to 80 passengers at a time which will draw power from overhead electric cables.
  • The feasibility report was prepared after an extensive three-month survey of the city .
  • There will be two corridors :
    • Corridor 1 : Length of 18.45 km with 17 stations . It will stretch from Shrimik Nagar to Nashik Road railway station .
    • Corridor 2 : Length of 9.45 km with 10 stations . It will be from Gangapur to Mumbai Naka .
  • These high-speed trams will also be able to leave the elevated corridors and run on normal city roads for about 25 km under battery power. Once the batteries drain, the trams will return to the elevated corridors to run on electricity.
  • Apparently , Two major financial institutions from Germany and France have also shown interest in funding the project.

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