Cengrs secures geotechnical project for Gurugram Metro’s HUDA Cyber City Lines

Cengrs, a leading infrastructure firm, has clinched a significant contract for the Geotechnical Project of Gurugram Metro’s HUDA Cyber City Lines. The contract, awarded by the Haryana Mass Rapid Transport Corporation Limited, marks a substantial milestone in the region’s transportation infrastructure development.

More Details:

The Union Cabinet, chaired by the Prime Minister of India, had approved Metro Connectivity from HUDA City Centre to Cyber City with Spur to Dwarka Expressway, Gurugram covering the distance of 28.50 km having 27 stations on the route in June, 2023. This will be a standard gauge line of 1435 mm (5 ft 8.5 inches). The entire project will be elevated. The spur from Basai village has been provided for connectivity to the depot.

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Name of corridorLength (in KM)No. of StationElevated/ Underground
Huda City Centre to Cyber City-Main corridor26.6526Elevated
Basai Village to Dwarka Expressway-Spur1.8501Elevated

The main feature of this line is to connect New Gurugram with Old Gurugram. This network will connect with Indian Railway stations. In the next phase, it will provide connectivity to IGI airport. This will also provide overall economic development in the area.

Phase Wise Implementation:

  • First phase is loop between Sikandarpur to Cyber Hub with total route length 5.1 km, initially constructed by consortium of DLF and two companies of IL&FS group i.e. IERS (IL&FS Enso Rail system) and ITNL (IL&FS Transport Network Limited). The first phase was run by SPV named Rapid Metro Gurgaon Limited w.e.f 14.11.2013.
  • Second phase is between Sikandarpur to Sector-56 with route length of 6.5 km, initially constructed by consortium of two companies of IL&FS i.e. ITNL (IL&FS Transport Network Limited) and IRL (IL&FS Rail Limited). This phase was run by SPV namely Rapid Metro Gurgaon South Limited from 31.03.2017.

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  • The operation was taken over by Haryana Mass Rapid Transit Company (HMRTC) on 22.10.2019 in terms of High Court order when concessionaire backed out to run this system The operation of this line has been entrusted to DMRC by HMRTC. Prior to this DMRC continued to run rapid metro lines w.e.f 16.09.2019. Connectivity of the proposed line with Rapid Metro Line is at Cyber Hub.


The Gurugram Metro’s HUDA Cyber City Lines project holds immense significance as it bridges the gap between New and Old Gurugram, providing crucial connectivity to Indian Railway stations and laying the groundwork for future expansion towards the IGI airport. Additionally, it is poised to drive economic growth in the area.


This latest development underscores Cengrs’ commitment to contributing to the advancement of urban transportation infrastructure, paving the way for enhanced connectivity and convenience for residents and commuters in Gurugram, Haryana.

Source: Cengrs- Press Release | Featured Image Credit (representational): DMRC

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