Going Deep for Progress: India’s Deepest Metro Station to Arise at Pune Civil Court


Pune, a city in the western Indian state of Maharashtra, is set to have the country’s deepest metro station at the Pune Civil Court. The station, which is part of the Pune Metro project, will be located at a depth of 80 meters (262 feet) below the ground level. The Pune Metro project is a rapid transit system being developed by the Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation Limited (MahaMetro) to provide an efficient and eco-friendly mode of transportation to the citizens of Pune. The project will cover a total distance of 31.254 km, with two corridors- Pimpri Chinchwad and PCMC-Swargate.

The Pune Civil Court station will be a part of the Swargate-Pimpri Chinchwad corridor and will be the deepest station among the Pune Metro stations. The station is expected to be equipped with advanced technology, including escalators and elevators, to ensure easy and safe movement of passengers to and from the platform. The construction of the station is being carried out by the Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM), which is a machine used to dig underground tunnels. The TBM is expected to dig a total of 6.5 meters (21.3 feet) per day and the work is expected to be completed in the next few months.

The Pune Civil Court station is a crucial part of the Pune Metro project and is expected to serve as a major transportation hub for the citizens of Pune, connecting the city’s business and residential areas. The completion of this station will bring Pune one step closer to having a modern and efficient metro system, which will not only improve the city’s transportation but also have a positive impact on the environment and overall quality of life for its citizens.


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