The contribution of the human body to the Metro increased by 15%. Governments and corporate governments will share 15% and 10% of the costs.
PUNE: Pune Municipal Corporation providing the Swargate-Katraj Metro expansion project has increased to an additional 733 million. 5.4km is estimated at R4, 020 crores. The application is sent to the state government and then forwarded to the United States government for final approval.
The contribution of the human body to the Metro increased by 15%. Governments and corporate governments will share 15% and 10% of the costs. The standing committee of the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) on Tuesday approved the draft budget review.
Hemant Racine, chairman of the standing committee, said: “The meeting was held under the leadership of Deputy Prime Minister Ajit Pawar last month, where the PMC party vote was 15%.
MahaMetro has prepared a full performance report (DPR) for the route. The whole bag is underground in three stages – Country Market, Saibabanagar, and Katraj. The project is seen as an extension of an existing map.
Raine said, as a start-up fund, the PMC will make $ 233.75 million in the fields and return to the roads. However, after the decision to increase aid, the PMC share rose to Rs733.85 crore. An application for the test will be made before the meeting for approval, he said.
As for the redevelopment, the price of the public sector was pressed to the crore of Rs585.23 and the price of the public sector was Rs323.49 crore. It plans to raise about 60% of its debt.
The plan to expand the Metro to Katraj has been underway for some time. The DPR was delayed due to various technical reasons and related issues. The metro has already established a metro line from Pimpri Chinch wad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) to Swargate, where Shivajinagar is under Swargate in general. Work begins.
The Swargate-Katraj area is one of the poorest in the city. The chief executive said in March, “If the expansion is done as part of the Metro program, it will benefit the people.”