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Pune Metro finishes trial run of 6 Km from PCMC to Phugewadi

The Pune Metro has finished its second preliminary on 6 km metro course between PCMC metro station to Phugewadi station.

It is viewed as a significant advance by Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation (MahaMetro) which is developing the Pune Metro project.

On January 10, 2020, the primary test was led on PCMC to Sant Tukaram Nagar Road. This was the subsequent test and Maha Metro accomplished the advancement despite the fact that the work was influenced due to the Covid incited lockdown.

The test was finished with all the wellbeing standards identified with the railroad track. For the preliminary attempt, the Metro utilized three mentors.

The group behind the fruitful consummation of the occasion incorporates DD Mishra, leader chief, Ravi Kumar, boss venture architect and metro authorities Sandeep Sakale, Shriram Manjhi, Raja Raman and Ravi Tata and Chetan Phadke worked the train.

Dr Brijesh Dixit, overseeing chief MahaMetro, while talking about the accomplishment stated, “This is an important step for Pune metro project. It is the result of hard work by Maha Metro and support of all Punekars.”

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