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Monorail RFP and replies to queries to RFP attached (also at,, Looks like the monorail may start in the time frame of August 2011 (52 weeks after the response to bids). One interesting response to the question

We request you to provide the details of the any previous monorail projects in Bangalore, eg. Studies done, routes, reasons for abandoning those projects, etc.


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Wonder why the Scomi/Geodesic proposal is not mentioned? Surely studies were conducted for their proposal?
Paging Naveen to update his consolidated map and update/verify his earlier suggestions.


RFP_Tech_Cons_Monorail.pdf744.67 KB
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Mass transits moving slow

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Reverting -- currently out of station.

Surprising to see no mention of the Scomi proposal. Also, the proposed Metro corridor between RV rd terminal & Electronic city (via Silkboard) appears to have been dropped (was not announced as part of ph-2).

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While B'luru waits, Delhi goes forward on Monorail!

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Approval for monorail connectivity between Shastri Park Metro Station and Trilokpuri via Laxmi Nagar in East Delhi was on Tuesday given in principle during a meeting presided over by the Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit at the Delhi Secretariat.


....A presentation based on a study conducted by RITES Ltd on this mode of transport was also made during the meeting. ...


The route will start from Shastri Park Metro Station passing through Yamuna Pushta Road, Rajaram Kohli Marg, Geeta Colony, Patparganj Road, Nirman Vihar Metro Station at Vikas Marg, Ganesh Nagar, New Patparganj Road, Sanjay Lake to terminate parallel to connect proposed Trilokpuri Metro Station.


The route length of 10.8km will have 12 stations namely Shastri Park, Kailash Nagar, Gandhi Nagar, Taj Enclave, Geeta Colony, Guru Angad Nagar, Scope Tower, Ganesh Nagar, Mother Diary, Patparganj, Kotla and Trilokpuri.

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