Urban Development Ministry shells out Rs 7,637 crore towards metro rail projects


The Urban Development Ministry has shelled out Rs 7,637 crore towards metro rail projects in five states and the national capital in the current financial year till November, Lok Sabha was informed today.

Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said during the Question Hour that various measures are being taken to improve public transport and parking spaces in various cities.

In the current fiscal till November, the Ministry spend Rs 7,636.98 crore for metro rail projects in the national capital and five states — Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Kerala and Gujarat, he said.


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