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Bids invited from the eligible and experienced consultancy firms to carry out safety assessment services for train control and signalling system and platform screen gates (PSG) for Mumbai Metro Line 2A and 7 Project.
Scope of Work
Independent Safety Assessment Services For Train Control and Signalling System and Platform Screen gates (PSG) for Mumbai Metro Line 2A and 7 Project.
Minimum Eligibility Criteria
Detailed tender notice is available with us and can be obtained on payment of Rs.500.00. Please write to us at email@example.com with NIT No. MS-02 and Project Name: Mumbai Metro 2A & 7 after making payment successful.
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Mumbai Metro Line 2A and 7 of the Mumbai Metro Rail Project has a total length of 34.6 km fully constructed on an elevated viaduct with 30 elevated stations and one depot at Charkop Line 2A. Stations include – Andheri East, Shankarwadi, JVLR Jn., Mahanand, Aarey, Pathanwadi, Pushpa Park, Bandongri, Mahindra & Mahindra, Magathane, Devipada, National Park, Ovaripada, Dahisar (East), Upper Dahisar, Kandarpada, Mandapeshwar, Eksar, Borivali (West), Shimpawali, Kandivali (West), Dahanukarwadi, Valnai, Malad (West), Lower Malad, Pahadi Goregoan, Goregoan (West), Oshiwara, Lower Oshiwara, and D.N .Nagar.
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