In order to obtain state and federal approvals for the $5,800 crore project, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has filed a revised DPR for the Lucknow metro’s second corridor, and the UPMRC is currently in the process of forwarding that to the state government. The 11.8 km line, which has 12 stations total, including seven underground, is anticipated to significantly relieve traffic congestion for residents.
Due to increases in the cost of raw materials including steel, iron, cement, and transportation, the DMRC increased the project’s total cost in the amended DPR by 1,000 crore. The cost will be shared 60:40 between the federal and state governments, with the remaining 50 percent being financed by borrowing from the European Investment Bank.
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