Ban­ga­lore Metro western cor­ri­dor will start only in 2015

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Ban­ga­lore Metro Rail Cor­po­ra­tion (BMRC) had, is lack­ing be­hind for ful­fill­ing in ful­fill­ing it’s prom­ise made dur­ing the launch of the Yesh­want­purMalleswaram line in the month of Fe­bru­ary, of start­ing the western cor­ri­dor by the year end 0f 2014. As the of­fi­cials say the line may take an­other year, as lay­ing the track on the un­der­ground stretch be­tween Minsk Square and Ma­jes­tic will be done only by Novem­ber 2014. Fur­ther he said, “the work of track lay­ing in the un­der­ground line will soon start. Af­ter that we will com­mence with the trail of trains to the western cor­ri­dor. This will con­sume a time spam of around three months.”

We are mov­ing for­ward to­wards com­ple­tion of track work on the Ma­gadi Road-Mysore Road line and also 80 per cent of the work at all the six sta­tions is com­pleted. Tun­nelling on the east-west un­der­ground stretch is com­plete as the last break­through hap­pened on the western side of this line, near City rail­way sta­tion, on March 17. Sta­tion work at Cen­tral Col­lege, Vid­hana Soudha and Minsk Square is also mov­ing fast.

The of­fi­cials claims that the, train test­ing on live tracks with­out pas­sen­gers is likely to be com­pleted by Fe­bru­ary 2015, so the line may be opened by the end of the first quar­ter of next year. But, they also said, test­ing of trains for the un­der­ground stretch may even con­sume six months, as this is the first down south in the coun­try.

Rea­son­able prices for lux­ury homes of ex­cel­lent con­struc­tion qual­ity in posh lo­cal­i­ties re­flect a long-stand­ing mar­ket re­al­ity in Ban­ga­lore it has al­ways been driven largely by gen­uine end users. Real es­tate prices in this city have never sur­passed logic. In fact, the high de­vel­op­ment qual­ity seen in Ban­ga­lore's real es­tate projects is not limited to top-notch de­vel­op­ers, but ex­tends to most of the ones ac­tive in this mar­ket.

The res­i­dents of this city do not ac­cept sub­stan­dard prod­ucts, and have al­ways val­ued the high lev­els of qual­ity that are not avail­able in most other cities.

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