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May 12 2012 (6:25AM)  Metro station may come up at Jos Junction (timesofindia.indiatimes.com)
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KOCHI: The Kochi Metro Rail Limited (KMRL) has decided to consider the demand for setting up a metro station at Jos Junction with the intention to facilitate a link with West Kochi.In a meeting convened by metro authority on Friday, Kochi corporation, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) and other agencies put forward the demand to connect metro rail with Fort Kochi and other western regions. Following this, KMRL managing director Tom Jose agreed to make a joint field visit to inspect the site for constructing a station."This move is expected to lay the foundation for future development. KMRL will have to shift the location of the station from the premises of Maharaja's College Ground to the Mullaserry canal side if a station comes up at Jos Junction," said KMRL spokesperson. The metro body has asked KSEB, KWA, Kochi corporation and other agencies to gear up for shifting utilities. These agencies...
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have been asked to submit a report before May 19. "As the metro rail passes through a few panchayats and municipalities, these local bodies will also have to cooperate," he said.In the meeting, it was also suggested to incorporate the metro station proposed for Vytilla in the first floor of Vytilla Mobility Hub. Consultants will be appointed to study the design. "A final decision will be made based on the report submitted by the consultant," said the spokesperson.
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