1st Segment Launched for Hyderabad Metro’s Allugaddabavi RoB

While a crew from Larsen and Toubro and Spacechem Engineers assemble a 83m steel bridge at Chiklaguda, another crew of L&T’s workers, barely 750 meters away, yesterday began launching precast segments for building another missing piece of Hyderabad Metro’s 28 km Nagole – Raidurg line over the Indian Railways’ lines at Allugaddabavi.

Segments for the spans on either side of this rail overbridge (RoB) were launched in March-April 2016 and are visible in the satellite imagery below. Following that, the team applied for a railway block with the South Central Railway zone of Indian Railways for building over the railway lines.

Recent satellite imagery

Circle: location of Allugaddabavi RoB span over IR lines – view Hyderabad Metro map & information

1st segment launched – Photo Copyright: Deccan Chronicle

This is just one of 8 railway crossings that Larsen & Toubro has to build for its 3 lines. The other 7 are located at:

• Begumpet – Yet to Begin (L&T just got clearance in December 2016)
• Bharat Nagar – Completed
• Bhoiguda – Yet to Begin
• Chilkalguda – Completed
• Lakdikapul – Yet to Begin
• Malakpet – Yet to Begin
• Oliphanta Bridge – In Progress

For more updates, check out the Hyderabad section of The Metro Rail Guy!

– TMRG

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10 Responses to "1st Segment Launched for Hyderabad Metro’s Allugaddabavi RoB"

  1. Rishab says:

    Is that a construction worker on top of the span?

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  2. Funlover says:

    Thought the ROB at Malakpet started few months ago ? Any idea what the status is for Malakpet and Begumpet ROBs ?

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  3. flthere says:

    Looks like this ROB is done.

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