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Dec 01 2016 (06:37)  Officials asked to identify lands for metro rail (
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District Collector Babu A. instructed officials of the Revenue Department to submit a report on the lands to be acquired for the Amaravati metro railway project at the earliest in the wake of invitation of tenders for it recently.
In a review meeting on the metro rail on Wednesday, Mr. Babu said both government and private lands were to be identified, and a detailed report was to be handed over to the government to enable it to take the project forward.
Works in two corridors — Pandit Nehru Bus Stand (PNBS)–Nidamanur and PNBS-Penamalur
— were estimated to cost Rs. 1,800 crore. These corridors cover a total distance of 25.6 km. Several private buildings have to be listed out for demolition in compliance with rules.
District Revenue Officer Ch. Rangaiah and Sub-collector Saloni Sidana were among those present.
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