Mangaluru begun constructing nine bus shelters under Smart City mission

Anushka Khare Posted on: 2018-10-03 08:46:01 Viewer: 811 Comments: 0 Country: India City: Mangaluru

Mangaluru begun constructing nine bus shelters under Smart City mission

Mangaluru: The Mangaluru City Corporation has begun constructing nine bus shelters in the city under Smart City Mission. They are part of the 46 proposed to be constructed in the city under the mission, according to Mohammed Nazir, managing director, Mangaluru Smart City Ltd., a special purpose vehicle, a company floated for implementing the projects under the mission.

The Mangaluru City Corporation has begun constructing nine bus shelters in the city under Smart City mission. This is parts of the 46 proposed to be constructed in the city under the mission. According to Mohammed Nazir, managing director, Mangaluru Smart City Ltd., a special purpose vehicle, a company floated for implementing the projects under the mission.

The shelters would be of three types.

Type A: There would be an e-toilet. They would be 13.5 m long.

Type B: There would be no e-toilet and they would be 11.5 m long.

Type C: There would also have no e-toilet and their length would be 8.5 m.

He further said that all the shelters would have a common width of 2.4 m. In addition, all of them would have an interactive display and real-time indicator in common.

The nine shelters, A type shelters would come up in front of St. Agnes College and near Hotel Lalith International in Surathkal. B type shelters would be built at Kavoor Junction, Mullakadu, Mannagudda Gurji Centre, Panjimogaru-Vidyanagar Cross, near Bharat Mall and at KIADB Baikampady Industrial Area. A C type shelter would come up at Paldane, said Mr. Nazir, who is also the Commissioner of Mangaluru City Corporation.

He further added that of them, the construction of shelters at Bharat Mall, Surathkal and Baikampady have temporarily come to a halt due to land issues. In addition, eight bus shelters along Nehru Maidan Road between Clock Tower and A.B. Shetty Circle would be rebuilt under the mission, said commissioner.





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