The project is the development and operation of an urban metro rail transit system in Bangalore city (also known as Bengaluru) comprising two intersecting corridors (north south and east west). The project includes the development of 42.3 kilometers (km) of metro rail corridors, 40 stations (1 at-grade, 32 elevated, and 7 underground stations), 2 station depots, signaling, electromechanical system, and all ancillary facilities and rolling stock.
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