Work Complete for Delhi Metro’s Truss Bridge at Shakurpur

This weekend, Larsen Toubro & HMM Infra, Delhi Metro’s contractor & subcontractor for the CC-28 project of the 58.596 km Pink Line, completed pushing a steel truss bridge to its final resting location over the Indian Railways’ Delhi – Fazilka line at Shakurpur!

After securing a railway block in March, the contractor began work to push this 54m long bridge in April, but had to abandon it due to a design issue with the supporting trestles. After the design was rectified and a new railway block was secured, work restarted last week – see images here: Work Resumes on Pushing Delhi Metro’s Steel Bridge at Shakurpur.

Satellite view of this area:


Location of the Shakurpur Bridge – view Delhi Metro map & information

Images shot in the early morning hours of May 14:


Photo Copyright: Ayan Bera


Photo Copyright: Ayan Bera


Photo Copyright: Ayan Bera


Post-completion team photo – Photo Copyright: Gaurav Sood

The team of about 40 workers & engineers were led by Sanjay Agarwal & Pranav Kumar Mishra from DMRC, Bharat Shetty & Karthikeyan Sundararajan from Larsen Toubro and R.K. Srivastava, Gaurav Sood & Sameer Goel from HMM Infra.

Some images shot on Saturday morning:


Ring Road view – Photo Copyright: Gaurav Sood


Photo Copyright: Gaurav Sood

Prior to pushing this bridge, the L&T and HMM Infra team pushed a 60m long bridge over an underpass at Punjabi Bagh in January. Read all about it & see many images here: Delhi Metro Completes Pushing Truss Bridge at Punjabi Bagh

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


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2 Responses to "Work Complete for Delhi Metro’s Truss Bridge at Shakurpur"

  1. Siddhant kumar says:

    Can dmrc start trials between indarprastha extension to shiv vihar of pink line in September because work after karkardooma metro station is almost complete but ip extension station and vinod nagar depot is not fully complete.

    • TMRG says:

      Hi, station finishing work is always completed during the trial runs. They are couple of gaps in the viaduct at anand vihar and welcome. If those are plugged/built by June end, then the September time-frame should be possible.


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