Namma Metro: L&T Bags Projects Worth Rs 138 Crore To Supply And Install Telecommunication Systems In Phase II Stations


A statement from (L&T) Larsen & Toubro read that its construction interest has won contracts worth Rs 138 crore from the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL).

These contracts work into installing and supply of telecommunication system for all the 27 stations of Namma Metro , as reported by Economic Times.

The official statement said the scope of work includes Public Address Systems, Passenger Information Displays, Master Clocks, Centralised Data Recording, Tetra Radio Communication, Fibre Optic Transmission Network, CCTV surveillance and Telecom – Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Systems.

The stations, part of Metro’s Phase II network, are located on four stretches such as Mysuru road – Kengeri, Kanakapura road – Anjanapura Township, Baiyappanahalli – Whitefield and Nagasandra – Bengaluru International Exhibition Centre.

The Bengaluru Metro’s 42-km stretch is already running. It is presently working on the 72-km Phase II project.

L&T is implementing similar projects for Lucknow Metro, Nagpur Metro and Metro-Link Express for Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad as well.