New Delhi railway station will be rejuvenated, railway minister shares photos

New Delhi: Railway Minister Piyush Goyal has shared some photos on social media about what the New Delhi railway station will look like in the coming times. Everyone will be stunned by seeing these pictures.

The Union Minister has revealed what the New Delhi Railway Station will look like after a few years as per the Central Government’s plan? The main railway station of the national capital will be equipped with all kinds of facilities after rejuvenation. The project is expected to be completed in about four years.

The Rail Land Development Authority (RLDA) is set to organize a virtual tender for the redevelopment of the 95-year-old New Delhi railway station. The estimated cost of the project is around Rs 4975 crore. The Rail Land Development Authority is seeking participation from investors and developers from all over the world. The online events will be held from 14 to 19 January. Apart from this, tenders will also be called for 61 other projects.

Railway Minister Piyush Goyal tweeted, “A railway station is being planned to give New Delhi Railway Station a rich passenger experience with complete integration of various modes of transport.” Come, have a glimpse of it. “

The Rail Land Development Development Authority, a statutory body under the Ministry of Railways, is undertaking the redevelopment of the New Delhi Railway Station on a public-private partnership (PPP) model. In September 2020, a pre-bid meeting was held for the project, which saw participation from major private players such as Adani, GMR, JKB Infra, Arabian Construction Company, and Anchorage.

According to the Rail Land Development Authority, the New Delhi station redevelopment project is estimated to have a capital expenditure of about $ 680 million. The station is located near Connaught Place, the major commercial center of the national capital. It is connected to Indira Gandhi International Airport via the Delhi Metro Airport Express Line and via the Delhi Metro Yellow Line from the National Capital Region (NCR). The station redevelopment project will be developed on a Design-Build Finance Operate Transfer (DBFOT) model for a concession period of 60 years.