Metro-III will explore new depth — station at 29 mts, below another line

by Paul Joseph on February 25, 2013 · 0 comments

The Delhi Metro is set to bag itself a new record — its deepest tunnel, which will pass under an existing line. The 37-km-long corridor from Janapuri West to Botanical Garden in Noida, part of Phase-III, will pass below the existing Hauz Khas station and have a station at a depth of 29 metres. The average depth of existing Metro stations is 17 metres. To prepare for the engineering feat, the Delhi Metro officials have begun a massive upgrade of construction infrastructure. The unique aspects include, the atopography and design of the station, the mode of construction and the machinery deployed. Officials said the new Hauz Khas station will also

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