New Construction Images of Gurgaon Metro’s 7 Km Southern Extension

Here are some recent assorted construction images of Gurgaon Metro’s 7 km southern extension to Sectors 55-56! The Rapid Metro Rail Gurgaon (RMRG) project is easily the most under-reported metro project in the country, so it’s always good to come across & post new images that demonstrates its progress 🙂

Gurgaon Metro’s sole operational line is currently 5.1 km long (represented by black stars below) and intersects the Delhi Metro’s Yellow line (represented by the purple stars) at the Sikanderpur station. From Sikanderpur, IL&FS Engineering is construction a 7 km southern extension which include stations at DLF Phase 1, Sushant Lok, Sector 42 crossing, Sector 53-54, AIT Crossing and Sector 55-56 as shown below:

Yellow stars - Stations along Gurgaon Metro's under construction 7 km southern extension

Yellow stars – Stations along Gurgaon Metro’s under construction 7 km southern extension

Recent images:

Photo Copyright: Raj Kumar Singh

Southern view from the DLF Phase 1 station – Photo Copyright: Raj Kumar Singh

Photo Copyright: Raj Kumar Singh

Parapet walls have been put up! – Photo Copyright: Raj Kumar Singh

Photo Copyright: Nandan Mishra

Southern view from Sector 42 station – Photo Copyright: Nandan Mishra

Photo Copyright: Nandan Mishra

Sector 42 Station – Photo Copyright: Nandan Mishra

Between Sikanderpur and DLF Phase 1 - Photo Copyright: Rahul Gupta

Completed viaduct & track-work between Sikanderpur & DLF Phase 1 – Photo Copyright: Rahul Gupta

Between Sikanderpur and DLF Phase 1 - Photo Copyright: Rahul Gupta

Between Sikanderpur and DLF Phase 1 – Photo Copyright: Rahul Gupta

For more updates of Gurgaon’s Metro, check out the Gurgaon section of The Metro Rail Guy!

– TMRG

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