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Traffic diversion plans to be rolled out for setting up underground stretch of Kanpur Metro

The next phase of the Kanpur Metro Project will witness the construction of a 4-kilometre long underground line from Chunniganj to Nayaganj. Along this section, 4 underground stations will be established at Chunniganj, Naveen Market, Bada Chauraha and Nayaganj. In order to move ahead with the construction plans, alternate traffic routes would be chalked at all four locations and they would be functional for a period of around 2 years.

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Eyeing trials in November, UPMRC officials initiate load testing on Kanpur Metro tracks

Speeding up the work to complete the Kanpur Metro Project, the Uttar Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation officials have commenced the process of load testing for the elevated track on the priority corridor. As per the information given by authorities, load testing will be conducted at 2 spots on the entire stretch. While the 'Load Test' has begun on I-Girders between IIT-K and Kalyanpur, U-Girders and Steel Box Girders at Rawatpur will also be tested soon.

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Installation of advanced machines at Polytechnic Depot propels Kanpur Metro Project!

Gearing up to welcome the first metro trains, the Polytechnic Depot of Kanpur Metro is being equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and other machines. Recently, the 'Fully Automatic CNC Under Floor Pit Wheel Lathe Machine' was set up at the campus, which would help to upkeep and repair the metro wheels. The speed at which new developments are taking place, only point towards the timely completion of the Kanpur Metro. Once completed, the facility shall surely bring great respite to daily commuters in the city.

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Kanpur Metro Project: tracks laid between IIT Kanpur & Kalyanpur stations!

The Kanpur Metro Project has gained speed yet again and as per the latest developments, a kilometre long metro track has been laid between the IIT Kanpur and Kalyanpur metro stations of the priority corridor. With this accomplishment in a short period of over 40 days, the Uttar Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation officials hope that the plans will be materialised as per the earlier decided timeline and the facility will be made operational soon.

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Uttar Pradesh to soon have 5 international airports advancing its trade & tourism sector

Uttar Pradesh has taken giant leaps in developing and reforming its transportation in the recent decade. After Lucknow's Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport and Varanasi Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport, three more international airports are coming up in Kushinagar, Noida and Ayodhya. Apart from becoming the first state in India to host the maximum number of international airports, UP is also the first state to provide metro rail connectivity in maximum cities.

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