gr8 video man
BEML also purchased the technology and manufacturing Metro trains and supplied trains to Bangalore Metro and recently they won contract for supplying coaches for Jaipur metro.
This one Bombardier Savli, Gujarat Plant.
BEML, Bangalore manufacturing Metro Coaches.
Last edited by bindaas; 05-11-2012 at 02:21 AM.
Indiabulls Sky - 257 meters - 65 floor
Oasis - 2 towers - 372meters - 82 floors - 239 meters - 53 floors
from scc india
Last edited by Water Car Engineer; 05-10-2012 at 03:04 AM.
Omkar Alta Monte - 3 towers - 73floors + 65floors + 58floors
from scc india
i hear that GIFT is progressing, well with some hiccups but nonetheless. also developments in Noida-Gr. Noida. i bet someone can put up pictures.
New terminal from another angle.
Last edited by Roybot; 05-10-2012 at 12:28 PM.
Scomi Engineering Berhad, Malaysia carrying out a survey for Guwahati Monorail
GMDA working on monorail blueprint
By our Staff Reporter
GUWAHATI, April 16: The Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) seems rather upbeat about the proposed introduction of the monorail system in Guwahati.
Talking to mediapersons in Guwahati today, GMDA chairman Robin Bordoloi said, “Scomi Engineering Berhad, Malaysia, is carrying out a survey in Guwahati to examine the feasibility of the monorail system. So far the company has said that such a system is feasible in the city. Of course, we are waiting for the company to submit the concept paper and the detailed project report. The GMDA will then submit the same to the State Government.”
Bordoloi further said, “The narrow roads in the city cannot accommodate the increasing number of vehicles. Due to traffic snarls, commuting from one end of the city to the other end has become an ordeal. In such a situation, introduction of the monorail system will do the city a lot of good. Metro rail system is expensive and moreover, you need a lot of space for putting into place such a system. At comparatively lesser cost and in limited space we can set up the monorail system.”
He said that the Scomi Engineering Berhad, Malaysia, had set up a 18-km monorail system in Mumbai. It may be mentioned that some days ago, the Engineering Projects India Limited had made a presentation before Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on the feasibility of the monorail system in Guwahati. In his recent budget speech, Gogoi had promised to address the issue of providing an efficient public transport system in Guwahati and said that a feasibility study of the same would be taken up in next financial year.
“This high-tech public transport system will ease the traffic woes of the people of Guwahati to a large extent. Many cities of the world have monorail and this system had enhanced the public transport system in those cities,” said the GMDA chairman who added, “The proposed 35-km monorail system will run from Borjhar to Khanapara. Each monorail will have the capacity to carry 1,000 passengers. We are also mulling state-of-the-art infrastructure at the train stations, like constructing shopping malls.”
The proposed project will cost about Rs 245 lakh per km. A private-public partnership (PPP) mode has been proposed for this project.
More lines for the Bangalore Metro
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