CMRS Inspects Bangalore Metro Green Line’s Anjanapura Extn

The Commissioner of Metro Railway Safety (CMRS) under the Ministry of Civil Aviation today concluded its 2-day statutory safety inspection of Bangalore Metro’s 6.29 km Yelachenahalli – Anjanapura section of the Green Line on Kanakapura Road.

The CMRS led a 4 member team and on Wednesday inspected everything you can think of – the section’s civil structure, elevators, escalators, fire fighting system, control room and passenger facilities across all five stations. Today they conducted speed trials clocking speeds of 90 kmph and inspected the line’s systems which includes signaling, electrical system and track-system.

This first section of the 73.92 km Bangalore Metro Phase 2 project includes 5 new elevated stations at Konankunte Cross (formerly Anjanapura Cross Road), Doddakallasandra (formerly Krishna Leela Park / ISKON), Vajrahalli, Thalgattapura, and Anjanapura (formerly Anjanapura Township).

Route of Yelachenahalli – Anjanapura section of Green Line – view Bangalore Metro map & information

Approvals from the CMRS are typically conditional in nature and the report should be submitted by the end of the week, so we’ll have to wait and see what conditions are laid out for Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. (BMRCL) to begin operations.

Christin Mathew Philip today tweeted a bunch of sharp images of all stations. Here are a few from Konanakunte Cross and Vajrahalli. Minor station finishing and landscaping work is pending at all stations, with Anjanapura having the most work left to be completed.

Konanakunte Cross Station – Photo Copyright: Chetan – Shivakumar via Christin Mathew Philip
Vajrahalli Station – Photo Copyright: Chetan Shivakumar via Christin Mathew Philip
Anjanapura Station – Photo Copyright: Chetan Shivakumar via Christin Mathew Philip

After this section is approved and becomes operational, the Green Line will become 30.49 km long connecting Hesaraghatta Cross (formerly Nagasandra) with Anjanapura through 29 stations.

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

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10 Responses to "CMRS Inspects Bangalore Metro Green Line’s Anjanapura Extn"

  1. Vishal Kumar says:

    When will the pilling work for patna metro will start??

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  2. Kaushik says:

    CMRS is under Ministry of Aviation?

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  3. anonymous says:

    Is the length of track after the anjanapura station for a crossover ? If not it could become a problem for bmrcl…

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  4. Girish Giriyappanavar says:

    Thank you for completing the project with so many hurdles, thank you BMRCL.

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  5. Naveen says:

    Hope this route opens by December 1st Week

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