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CONSTRUCTION OF MODERN AT GRADE WALKWAYS AND BEAUTIFICATION ON BOTH SIDES OF SHIHAB THANGAL ROAD AT PANAMPILLY NAGAR AS A PART OF KMRL NON-MOTORISED TRANSPORT INITIATIVE

Posted on Nov 1, 2015

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Rehabilitation & Resettlement (R&R) Policy for Kochi Metro Rail Project

Posted on May 28, 2015

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PHASE – II EXTENSION (ALLIGNMENT MAP)

Posted on Nov 5, 2014

PHASE-II Metro Alignment (1) PHASE-II Metro Alignment(2) JLN STADIUM (Kaloor) to INFO PARK (Kakkanad) PETTA to...

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Draft UMTA bill

Posted on Jun 6, 2014

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Kochi Metro Rail Limited moots minibus service to boost ferry operations – The Times of India

Posted on Feb 19, 2014

KOCHI: In an effort achieve synergy between multiple modes of transport under the Unified Metro Transport Authority (UMTA), Kochi Metro Rail Limited (KMRL) is mooting a minibus service by the end of March. The aim is to start pilot feeder minibus services connecting Kakkanad Jetty, Collectorate and Infopark and thus ensure better connectivity. The company has invited tenders seeking 14-seater minibuses for the service. This will provide connectivity to the ferry service started by state water transport department (SWTD) along Kakkanad-Vyttila stretch. The ferry service, launched in last November to ease traffic congestion, received a lukewarm response due to the lack of proper transport connectivity at its stops. “The bus service will support the ferry service. We hope to get things in place by March so that we can launch it as soon as possible. We have invited tenders...

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Kochi Metro gets a boost with Rs.462-crore allocation – The Hindu

Posted on Feb 18, 2014

Fund requirement met in Budget: KMRL chief The Rs 5,537-crore Kochi Metro Rail project has been allotted Rs.462.17 crore in Monday’s interim Union Budget. Of this Rs. 233.43 crore will be given as equity contribution and Rs. 66.95 crore as interest-free subordinate debt while Rs.161.79 crore will be loan. “We are very happy to note that Kochi Metro’s fund requirements have been adequately met in the Union Budget,” said Mr. Elias George, Managing Director of Kochi Metro Rail Limited (KMRL). This allocation is Rs. 332.17 crore more than that in the 2013 budget. In the revised estimate for 2013-14, an additional provision of Rs. 20 crore towards equity is also made, says a KMRL press release. The State and Central governments are expected to pool in Rs 753.73 crore each for the project. The loan expected from French external...

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