TPFEPL was responsible for concept designing, architectural designing and structural designing of 7 stations of Bengaluru Metro which became operational in October 2011.

Bengaluru, well known as the Silicon valley of India, is the fifth most populous urban agglomeration in India. A rapid transit system called ‘Namma Metro’ was developed and became operational in October 2011 in the city. It weaves through the bustling commercial and residential areas of the city. The first phase of Bengaluru Metro, consisting of two corridors of double electrified lines, covers a total of 33 kms. The Scope of TPFEPL was the detailed design of seven elevated stations in North-South corridor. The names of these stations are : Yeshwantpur, Soap Factory, Mahalakshmi, Rajajinagar, Kuvempu Road, Malleswaram and Swastik.

Client

Bengaluru Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. (BMRCL)

Project Dates

2009 – 2011

Project Figures

Project costs: 2400 Million INR