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Chandigarh : To facilitate commuters, the Metro will be available for the tricity residents at a frequency of every 10 minutes during the peak hours. In the detailed project report (DPR) submitted by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to the UT Administration, it has been stated that the Tricity Metro rail would run at a frequency of around 10 minutes during peak hours on the two proposed Metro corridors in the first phase. A senior official of the UT Administration said that DMRC had proposed that the Metro should run at a frequency of every 10 minutes during the peak hours (7 am to 10 am, 5 pm to 7 pm) on both the corridors named the North-South Corridor and East-West Corridor in 2018. During the lean hours (10 am to 5 pm), the frequency of Metro will be between 15 and 25 minutes.As proposed by the DMRC, work... Read more...
on the 37.573 km-long Metro rail project will begin in 2013 and is expected to be completed by 2018. The DMRC has also proposed a total of 30 Metro stations in the two corridors in the phase I of the Metro project. The Metro will be underground within the sectoral grid of Chandigarh. Outside the grid, it will be elevated. A 37.69-km Metro project has been proposed and there will 12 underground and 18 elevated stations.The DMRC has also proposed to construct parking facility at Metro stations in the suburbs. The facility will be provided at the first Metro station and the last Metro stop in the periphery.The proposed North-South corridor will commence from the Capitol Complex to culminate at Gurudwara Singh Shaheeda via Sector 9, ISBT-17, Aroma Chowk, Sector 34, Sector-43 ISBT, Sector 52, Sector 62 and Sector 70. The Metro corridor will have four elevated and six underground Metro stations.The proposed East-West Corridor will initiate from Grain Market near Sector 21, Panchkula, and will reach up to the Transport Terminal via Raili village, bus stand, City Centre, HUDA office Complex, MDC, Panchkula, Housing Board Chowk, Railway Station, Timber Market, Sector 26, Sector 7, Sector 9, GMSH-16, PGIMER, Khuda Lahora, Sarangpur, Mullanpur and the Air Force Station. The East-West Corridor will have 15 elevated and five underground Metro stations.