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On Monday the State Govt declared that the Urban Mass Transit Company (UMTC) would be planning a revised DPR for the trackless tram system in the city Visakhapatnam.
As part of Vizag Metro Rail Project, developing a 60.2 km long trackless tram system was intended earlier in December. Between the contenders, UMTC quoted the lowest bid of Rs 336.67 lakh.
The Govt guided the Amaravati Metro Rail Co. Ltd. (AMRCL) Vijayawada to issue a letter of acceptance (LoA) to the UMTC to provide a new DPR. Along with UMTC would be given the responsibility to afford an alternative analysis report.
Earlier, AP State Govt had selected to perform the Vizag metro project of 140 km in 3 different phases. The 1st phase of the metro rail in Vizag was scheduled to be carried out in 3 corridors for a distance of 46.4 km.
This article first appeared on www.metrorailnews.in
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