Tech hub to mass-transit interface Over bridge to link Sec V stations
Salt Lake: Technology operational hub Sector V could rise as a Metro motherboard with parallel lines of the East-West and New Garia-Airport joins merging there. The two courses will inevitably stretch out to the airplane terminal.
The two stations are on either side of the Salt Lake Bypass before Wipro building. Railroad authorities said a foot overbridge interfacing the concourses of the two stations will be constructed a little more than six meters over the street.
"The two Sector V stations will contain a mass-travel center point giving consistent availability from regions along the Bypass to Howrah," a senior railroad official said.
The stations will have two levels each - the concourse and the stage region above it. The concourses will be more than six meters over the ground while the stages are to have twofold that height.
Authorities said lifts and lifts were being arranged at the two stations alongside a walkalator interfacing them to the foot overbridge. "Travelers expecting to move starting with one line then onto the next won't cross the street, they will utilize the foot overbridge," the authority said.
The proposed highlights of the traveler interface will be examined soon at a gathering between the executing organizations for the East-West and New Garia-Airport joins