The initial plan was to tear down the structures over a duration of one month, but will now be done in 15 days; in two phases instead of three.
Having undergone its first trial run earlier this month after only 30 months of beginning work, the Pune Metro project has become the fastest metro project in all of India!
Pune, we recently welcomed our very first three-coach metro train in Pimpri-Chinchwad on Sunday!
If you’re eagerly awaiting the launch of Pune Metro just like us, then there’s a high chance you’ve already researched everything about the project.
Often, renovation leads to newer discoveries from the past, which is what exactly happened in Pune recently as workers from the MahaMetro Rail Project discovered two hidden tunnels near Swargate while digging work was underway.
The very near future will hopefully see a fully functional metro rail system running through Pune; we can almost feel the grind of the wheels against the tracks.
Being a diehard Punekar, hearing criticism, even positive criticism at that, is a bit tough. However, if we truly love Pune, then we need to look at what we need to work on in order to grow and prosper.
Inspired by Metro projects in Mexico, a number of Indian cities have Metro rail pillars adorned with vertical gardens. We can now add Pune to the list!
The one city in India which has a people with some very special as well as peculiar characteristics is none other than (no, I’m not doing the drumroll), Pune. We’re much tolerant about most things (the sab chalta hai attitude is inherent) but we’re also an easy bunch to annoy; especially when it comes to these seven things. Take heed.
After nearly a decade long delay, it looks like the Pune Metro Rail project is finally going to see the light of the day. The PIB (Public Investment Board) approval came in last week, and the final approval from the Central Cabinet is expected later this month. Following this approval, the official launch of the project is expected soon thereafter.