Study report submitted to Chief Minister

A 41.8-km monorail, an elevated rail-based mass rapid transit system (MRTS), has been found feasible for implementation in the capital city in the busy Pallippuram-Ulloor-Overbridge-Killipalam-Neyyattinkara corridor on a Design, Build, Finance, Operate and Transfer (DBFOT) mode.

Lifts, escalators, ramps for the disabled, and access control measures to keep trespassers away.

‘It ran through undeveloped areas; was financially unviable'

The State government has decided to drop one of the four monorail lines that were supposed to be built in the city. While originally an ambitious 111-km long Phase-I network was proposed to be constructed the revised target means the monorail grid would be only 57-km.

MUMBAI: While commuters can expect to ride the monorail between Chembur and Wadala in the next six to eight months, they will have to wait till June next year for the route to be extended to Jacob

MRTS can carry up to 20,000 people an hour: Natpac study

Monorail, a mass rapid transit system (MRTS) mooted for the city, is expected to reduce dependence on personalised modes of transport and take away 40 per cent of the present vehicular traffic off the road.

The Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) project could be pulled out of cold storage and become a reality shortly.

In what is being seen as a cheap tactic by the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority ( MMRDA) of having a dry run of the monorail despite opposition from the BJP, the authority has said

Silchar, Feb. 7: The proposal of the Congress-ruled Mizoram government to build a 5km mono rail network across the hill capital town of Aizawl to ease traffic has made considerable headway.

The completion of the second phase of Monorail is expected to be delayed despite more than 50 per cent of the civil work on the 11.30-km route from Wadala to Jacob Circle in Byculla being done. The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) is still hesitant to set a deadline for the completion of the second phase of the Chembur-Wadala-Jacob Circle Monorail line as crucial approvals from the Central Railway (CR) for viaducts over railway tracks are yet to come.

NEW DELHI: As envisaged earlier, there will be no monorail link to the proposed knowledge-based industrial park in South West Delhi if the city government accepts the report of an expert group whic