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Patna Monorail

Patna Monorail
पटना मोनोरेल
Overview
Locale Patna, Bihar
Transit type straddle-beam Monorail
Number of lines 4 (planned)
Daily ridership 32,000 (Estd.)
Operation
Train length 4 coaches
Technical
System length 32 kilometers (20 mi)
Electrification 750 V DC
Average speed 31 km/h (19 mph)
Top speed 80 km/h (50 mph)

Patna Monorail( Hindi: पटना मोनोरेल ) is a proposed monorail system for the city of Patna.[1][2]

Network

There are 4 lines proposed to be built. RITES, the consultancy arm of indian railways has begun soil inspection as well as ground survey for the monorail network.[3][4]

Project detail

The total estimated cost of the project is 2000-2500 Crore. The total length of the proposed 4 monorail corridors in Patna is 32 km and in the first phase route length between 20 km and 25 km would be completed.[5]

References

  1. ^
  2. ^ Monorail News Briefs
  3. ^ RITES begins ground survey for monorail in Patna - Rediff.com Business
  4. ^ Monorail ground survey tees off - Yahoo! News India
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