Bangalore Metro issues tender for preparation of DPR for 37-km new metro corridor

MRT Online Desk Posted on: 2022-04-12 08:15:00 Viewer: 1,053 Comments: 0 Country: India City: Bengaluru

Bangalore Metro issues tender for preparation of DPR for 37-km new metro corridor

Bengaluru, India (Metro Rail Today): Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) has issued an e-tender notice for the engagement of a Consultant for the preparation of the detailed project report (DPR) for the 37-km metro corridor from Hebbala to Sarjapura under Phase 3 of the Bangalore Metro Rail Project.

The scope of work includes the preparation of a Detailed Project Report (DPR) for the new Metro Rail Corridor (approx. length 37 km) connecting Hebbala to Sarjapura through Agara, Koramangala and Dairy Circle for Bangalore Metro Rail Project, Phase-3 -

The work is expected to complete in 8 months. Tender documents can be downloaded from BMRCL's website from 11th April 2022 to 10th May 2022. The last date for submission of technical as well as financial bids is 17th May 2022 till 15.00hrs (IST). The technical bids will be opened on 17th May 2022 at 15.30hrs (IST).

Key information

  • Tender Notice/Package No.: BMRCL/Phase-3/DPR (Sarjapura to Hebbala)/Consultancy/2022/88
  • Issue Date: 11.04.2022
  • Estimated Cost of Work: NA
  • Pre-bid Meeting: 25.04.2025 at 11.30 hrs (IST)
  • Bid Submission Closing Date: 17.05.2022 till 15.00hrs (IST)
  • Opening of Technical Bids: 17.05.2022 at 15.30hrs (IST)

The proposed 37-km metro corridor will connect Hebbala to Sarjapur with 30 stations at Hebbal, Veterinary College, Gangenahalli, Mekri Circle, Palace, Guttahalli, Cunningham Road, Basaveshwara Circle, Central College, Town Hall, Wilson Garden, Nimhans, Dairy Circle, Sudduguntepalya Koraman, St.Johns Hospital, Gala, Jakkasandra, Agara, Ibbalur, Bellandur Gate, Kaikondrahalli, Doddakanalli Gate, Carmelaram, Ambedkar Nagar, Kodati, Sulikunte, Muthanallur Cross, Dommasandra Circle, Sompura and Sarjapura.

Of 37 km, 20.2-km section will be elevated and the remaining 16.80-km section will be underground. The estimated cost of this corridor is Rs 15,000 crore.

The Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (BMRCL) is a joint venture enterprise of the Govt. of India and the Govt. of Karnataka, entrusted with the responsibility of implementing the Bangalore Metro Rail project.

Phase-1 of the project which is already under operation consists of 42.3 km with 40 stations. The construction of Phase-2 of the Bangalore Metro Rail Project consists of Four Extensions to the existing lines and Two New Lines with a total length of 72.095 km with 61 stations (49 Elevated and 12 Underground) in progress.

The construction of Phase 2A & 2B of the Bangalore Metro Rail Project with a total length of 57 Kms and 30 stations is in progress.

For more details, please explore the Bangalore Metro page of Metro Rail Today.

  




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