GoMP – Indore Rapid Transit Light Metro System – Madhya Pradesh - Project Profile
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The Government of Madhya Pradesh (GoMP) through Madhya Pradesh Metro Rail Co Limited(MPMR) is planning to build a metro system in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India.
The project involves the construction of a 107km rapid transit light metro system with 75 stations along six corridors from Annapurna to Sukhliya, Super Corridor MR 10 to Ring Road and Niranjanpur to Bhawarkuan.
It includes the construction of embankments, support structures and related infrastructure, the installation of safety and security systems, signaling systems, equipment, and the laying of tracks.
In January 2009, GoMP and Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) revealed a preliminary blue-print of the proposed development.
The Urban Development & Environment Department (UDED) entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with DMRC in April 2010, to facilitate the preparation of a feasibility report on the project.
In July 2010, DMRC advised GoMP to prepare a city mobility plan and comprehensive transport plan before commencing a survey on the proposed metro routes.
The State and Central governments will provide US$426 million each and remaining US$1,278 million arranged through loan from multilateral/bilateral funding agencies.
DMRC commenced initial survey works in August 2011.
On December 12, 2011, GoMP approved the initial development plans.
On December 20, 2011, GoMP requested DMRC to prepare a detailed project report (DPR) with the associated investment being borne by the state and central government.
In October 2012, the Government of India (GoI) announced its in-principle approval for preparing the DPR.
In May 2013, GoMP entered into an agreement with a joint venture comprising Light Rail Transit Consultants GmbH and Rohit Associates Architects & Engineers Pvt Ltd for the preparation of a DPR.
In May 2014, the Ministry of Urban Development and Administration, Government of Madhya Pradesh (MoUDA) finalized the feasibility report of the project.
In May 2015, GoMP held a two-day workshop to provide the local residents a chance to offer their suggestions and register objections on the project plans.
In August 2015, GoMP, along with UDED, is in the process of finalising a government-run company for the development of the project.
On January 19, 2016, state government submitted the detailed project report to the center.
In May 2016, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has agreed to finance the project.
In December 2016, the Madhya Pradesh Cabinet has approved the DPR for the project.
MPMR is in the process of appointing a lead consultant for the project and has issued a tender on February 14, 2017 with the bid submission due date of July 2017.
In March 2017, JICA refused to provide fund for the project.
In April 2017, GoMP is in negotiations with Asian Development Bank (ADB) to fund the project.
Planning activities are underway.
The project involves the construction of a 107km rapid transit light metro system with 75 stations along six corridors in Indore, India.
The US$2,130 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of embankments
2. Construction of support structures
3. Construction of related facilities
4. Installation of elevators and escalators
5. Installation of signaling systems
6. Installation of safety and security systems
7. Installation of fire detection and control systems