Hyderabad: With the Commissioner of Metro Rail Safety (CMRS) issuing the mandatory safety certificate for the JBS-MGBS route, efforts have been intensified to launch business operations on the route at the earliest. This culminates in the whole Metro phase I challenge in the metropolis.
The protection certificate issued by using CMRS cleared the manner for taking off passenger services on the last corridor of Hyderabad Metro Rail Phase1.
Safety clearance issued for Metro Rail JBS-MGBS course
The corridor covers eleven km and has nine stations, including JBS-Parade Grounds, Secunderabad West, Gandhi Hospital, Musheerabad, RTC Crossroads, Chikkadapally, Narayanguda, Sultan Bazar and MGBS.
After receiving the certificates from CMRS J K Garg, Hyderabad Metro Rail Limited Managing Director N V S Reddy stated the government would determine the date of setting out operations at the route soon. Garg at the side of Reddy and senior engineers and technical experts of L&TMRHL inspected the JBS-MGBS Metro Corridor II in the last three days. Satisfied with the functioning of the device and gadget in the vicinity, the necessary safety certificate turned into issued, Metro officials said.
The safety certification of the 25 kV overhead electrical traction and different electric installations via CEIG (Chief Electrical Inspector General), fireplace clearance of the nine stations of the hall via DG, Fire Services, signaling and educate manage structures by using Thales, Canada, Internal Safety Assessment by using Halcrow, UK, the results of the assessments of diverse technical parameters for the duration of trial runs, etc, were examined by using the CMRS.
L&TMRHL CEO and Managing Director K V B Reddy, Chief Operating Officer A K Saini and different senior officers participated inside the inspection and deliberations.