Indore: Indore and Bhopal, the two largest cities in Madhya Pradesh, are gearing up for a historic moment as they prepare for the trial run of their metro trains. The metro project, which has been in the works for several years, is expected to provide easy and convenient transportation for the citizens and boost the development of the cities. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will inaugurate the trial run of the metro trains in both cities and witness the first ride of the modern and eco-friendly vehicles.
The trial run of the Indore Metro will take place on September 30 at 5 pm, covering a distance of 6 kilometers from Gandhinagar Depot to Super Corridor Station No. 3. The trial run will be a grand spectacle, as more than 10 thousand people will be able to watch the metro train running on the elevated track. The city administration has arranged about 300 buses to transport the people to the Super Corridor, where they can sit on the platform and enjoy the view. The trial run will also be shown live on big screens installed at Rajwada and Chhappan Dukan, two popular landmarks in Indore.
The trial run of the Bhopal Metro will follow on October 3, starting from Rani Kamlapati Railway Station and ending at Subhash Nagar. Urban Development and Housing Minister Bhupendra Singh and other public representatives will participate in the trial run and inspect the facilities and safety measures of the metro train. The trial run will cover a stretch of 5.2 kilometers, passing through some of the busiest areas of Bhopal.
The metro project in Indore and Bhopal is an important achievement for Madhya Pradesh, as it will provide a fast, reliable, and affordable mode of transport for the people. The metro trains will also reduce traffic congestion, air pollution, and noise pollution in the cities. The project has been completed with continuous work in several shifts by the staff members of Metro Rail Corporation, who have been praised and congratulated by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan for their hard work and dedication. The metro project is a matter of pride for Indore, as it is the first city in the state to have a metro train service. Indore also leads the state in terms of metro operations, as it has completed 75 percent of its civil work and 50 percent of its electrical work.
The trial run of the metro trains in Indore and Bhopal is a milestone for Madhya Pradesh, as it marks the beginning of a new era of urban mobility and development. The trial run will also showcase the technological advancement and innovation of India in the field of transportation. The people of Indore and Bhopal are eagerly waiting for the trial run, which will bring them closer to their dream of having a world-class metro train service in their cities.