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Redevelopment projects of Delhi Mumbai and Allahabad Railway Stations

by Subhechcha Ganguly

On September 28, the Union Cabinet accepted Indian Railways’ request to spend Rs 10,000 crore redeveloping three significant railway stations—New Delhi, Ahmedabad, and CSMT, Mumbai—to be finished in 2.5 years. According to Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw, the architecture of these stations would blend in with the urban environment to form a seamless part of the metropolis. In the first phase, he stated, “199 stations with a footfall of 50 lakh per day are slated to be renovated.”

The minister also unveiled a potential design for Ahmedabad’s new railway station. The minister claimed the Modera Sun temple served as inspiration for the remodelling. Within the next ten days, a tender for the redevelopment will be released.

The goal is to finish the rebuilding of the New Delhi station in three and a half years, Vaishnaw said, adding that work is currently underway at 32 stations while the tender for 47 stations is out. In 2.5 years, he said, the other two train stations will undergo renovations.

In Western Railways, Ahmedabad station generates the most revenue. It connects to many other major cities, including Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi, Howrah, and many others. It also connects to other Gujarati cities, including Saurashtra, Kutch, Vadodara, Surat, Himmatnagar, Bhavnagar, and Palanpur.

Vaishnaw stated during a press conference in New Delhi that the project will add 15 acres of area to Delhi Station, 15 acres to Ahmedabad, and 5 acres to Mumbai.Vaihsnaw continued by saying that the rehabilitation projects will generate more than 35,000 new employment and enhance the daily commute for more than 2 million passengers.

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