Metro Phase II: Civil work starts on Mysuru Road-Kengeri stretch
Bringing forth a visible sign of progress on the second phase of Namma Metro, the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) started erecting rebars on the eight-kilometre-long stretch between Mysuru Road and Kengeri, the Western extension of Purple line.
This is part of the Phase-II of Namma Metro project, which will span over 72.095 km (13.79 km underground) and 61 stations, of which 12 will be underground. Consisting of extensions of four existing lines and two new lines (Gottigere to Nagawara and R.V. Road to Bommasandra). The processes of land acquisition, road widening and shifting of utilities is complete and the civil work has already begun on Mysuru Road to Kengeri stretch that connects Bangalore University and Kengeri Satellite Bus Station among others.