AHMEDABAD : Gujarat Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel recently led a comprehensive inspection of the ongoing operations pertaining to the 6.5 km stretch of the C-2 project on the Metro Rail Phase-2 route from Motera to Gandhinagar. This critical phase of the project holds immense significance for the state’s transportation infrastructure, with its primary focus on enhancing connectivity between Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar.
The Metro Rail Phase-2 project is poised to play a pivotal role in shaping Gujarat‘s modernized and interconnected urban landscape, reflecting the state’s commitment to robust transportation infrastructure.
Accompanied by Chief Advisor Shri Hasmukh Adhia, Chairman of Metro Rail Corporation SS Rathore, and other senior secretaries, CM Patel meticulously examined various aspects of the railway route and stations currently under construction. The inspection covered a span from Bhaijipura to Ch-2, with a specific focus on key areas such as Dholakuwa, Randesan, Gift City, and other strategic locations along the route.
In addition to assessing the Metro Rail developments, CM Patel extended his scrutiny to the construction work underway on the Visat to Narmada to Koba Circle road. The Chief Minister also engaged with project stakeholders, obtaining valuable technical insights into the ongoing construction activities.