Up to date: August 7, 2020 4:16:27 am
Its additional enlargement throughout the nationwide capital apart, the Part IV venture of the Delhi Metro is about to take the community to higher heights — actually. On the proposed Haiderpur Badli Mor part of the upcoming 28.92-km-long Janakpuri West-RK Ashram Marg hall, trains will go at a peak of 28 metres — taller than an eight-storey constructing.
The hall is an extension of the Janakpuri West to Noida Botanical Backyard Magenta Line. The opposite two traces of Part IV are Aerocity-Tughlaqbad (20.2 km) and Maujpur-Majlis Park (12.5 km). The Haiderpur Badli Mor platform will even be the best of the community at 23.5 metres, based on the Delhi Metro Rail Company (DMRC).
The present highest peak of the 389-km-long operational community of DMRC is at Dhaula Kuan, the place trains go via a 23.6-metre excessive part. Until 2017, a degree close to Karkardooma station at 19 metres was once the height. A Metro official stated that the elevation of the purpose is because of the truth that will probably be straight above the operational Yellow Line, which connects Samaypur Badli with Gurugaon’s Huda Metropolis Centre. The common peak of the elevated part of the hall will likely be 10 metres.
“Nevertheless, the peak of the piers will likely be 20 metres at Madhuban Chowk (crossing with Yellow Line) and 25 metres at Haiderpur Badli Mor the place this line will once more cross over Yellow Line. At Haiderpur Badli Mor, the rail stage goes to be the best at 28 metres,” DMRC stated in an announcement.
The platform of the Haiderpur Badli Mor station is arising above the operational part, which handles passengers utilizing the Yellow Line. Consequently, the brand new part will likely be at a peak of 23.5 metres, almost as excessive because the Metro’s present peak level at Dhaula Kuan.
The operational highest platform, nonetheless, is at Mayur Vihar Part I. The Pink Line part of the station, which additionally falls on the Blue Line, is at a peak of 22 metres.
Talking concerning the challenges in vertical enlargement, DMRC officers that its engineers are planning an in depth plan to execute the venture. “Building of the pier and the next launching of the spans will likely be completed with out impacting operations on the Yellow Line, which is certainly one of Delhi Metro’s busiest corridors,” an official stated.
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