Metro Rails in 4 years

A drive by busline from Uttara to Jatrabari will booty about 45 account and amount Tk 50, according to studies conducted as allotment of the government affairs for bigger accessible carriage in the capital.

The planned electric railway will backpack some 60,000 bodies an hour at aiguilles times. Commuters will accept to pay Tk 2.50 for anniversary kilometer.

Prof Jamilur Reza Chowdhury, adviser for the government’s bus line abuse project, abreast journalists about the abstraction allegation afterwards a affair with Accounts Abbot AMA Muhith bygone afternoon.

Held at the secretariat, the affair discussed the cachet of assorted projects on the city’s cartage systems.

“Metro abuse activity can be implemented aural abutting four years, and already in place, it will affluence cartage jam in the city,” said Jamilur Reza abacus that one alternation every three account can be run beneath the system.

The accounts abbot said the activity would be implemented through public-private affiliation and would crave an estimated $1.7 billion.

In a abstraction commissioned by the government and conducted by Japan International Cooperation Agency, the avenue starts from Uttara phase-III, and has stoppages at Pallabi, Chandrima Udyan, Bijoy Sarani, Shahbagh, TSC, Bangla Academy, Curzon Hall, Topkhana and Bangladesh Bank.

The government has conducted addition abstraction with affairs to amplitude the avenue till Jatrabari.

Initially, the railway will be set up for this avenue only. The government, however, has affairs to acquaint bristles added routes in future.

Most of this abuse arrangement will be laid out aloft ground.

Muhith said at atomic two crore bodies will alive in the basic in abreast future. The government has affairs to put in abode a accessible carriage that can bigger baby to the growing metropolis.

High admiral of the communications ministry, the Bridges Division and Dhaka Carriage Coordination Board were present at the meeting.

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