The newly launched extension line of Green Line is expected to boost ridership in the coming days.
A division bench of Chief Justice Abhay Shreeniwas Oka and Justice S Vishwajith Shetty passed the order after hearing the PIL filed by Dattatreya T Devare and Bangalore Environment Trust.
Although Namma Metro resumed its services two months ago, none of the shops inside the Metro stations are willing to reopen unless concessions on rent are offered to them.
To take at least 5 more months for tunnelling till MG Rd Metro station
A senior BMRCL official told TNIE, “The people were not happy with the location of the Metro station as it was not easily accessible, and wanted the station to be moved closer to BIEC.
In all, 39,330 aspirants had applied for these posts, and a section of them is now planning to take BMRCL to court over the issue.
The bench then permitted him to do so and restrained BMRCL from translocating and felling trees till the next date of hearing.
In a relief to Metro commuters, the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) has restored the validity of the top-up made on its Contactless Smart card to 60 days from the recharge date.
BMRCL will construct a foot overbridge connecting unpaved areas of the metro station concourse to the other side of Hosur Road.
Two original stretches along Bannerghatta Rd closed, Fire, Labour dept land used
Aspirants run from pillar to post, and on social media, appeal to authorities for remedy
After five months, city commuters could breathe easier as Namma Metro services officially resumed on Monday as part of Unlock 4.0.
Seth told The New Sunday Express, “BMRCL is keen to start operations and with Unlock 4.0 guidelines, MoHUA has created a window.
The BMRCL said that there has been an increase of Rs 39.49 crore in expenditure mainly caused due to salary revision of staff.
This line has missed many deadlines in the past due to various reasons with the latest deadline of August 15 missed due to delays caused by the COVID-19 epidemic