The Commissioner of Metro Rail Safety (CMRS) today conducted inspection related to the all-important Communication-Based Train Control (CBTC) technology along Reach-III stretch between Lokmanaya Nagar Metro Station and Sitabuldi Interchange. Along with CBTC, the high-level CMRS team also inspected Automatic Train Protection (ATP), Automatic Train Supervision (ATS) technologies embraced by Maha Metro for its Nagpur project.The inspection being done by Commissioner of Metro Rail Safety (CMRS) Janak Kumar Garg covers a range of issues related to Metro project and this time, the officials are inspecting aspects related to train control.Â The introduction of services along Aqua Line would benefit the residents living there in a big way. The stretch along the Aqua Line boasts of a multiple academic institutions, cluster of industries, commercial areas to name a few.The 11 km long Aqua Line of Maha Metro runs parallel to water bodies like Ambazari Lake and Nag River. The Aqua Line boasts of natural surroundings. The station at Sitabuldi Interchange on the Aqua Line is located on the third floor. Other than Sitabuldi Interchange, work on Jhansi Rani Square, Institute of Engineers, Subhash Nagar and Lokmanya Nagar Metro Stations has been completed.
Senior Metro officials including director (project) Mahesh Kumar, Director (rolling stock and system) Sunil Mathur, Executive Director (Reach-III) Arun Kumar, Executive Director (Track) Naresh Gurbani, Executive Director (OHE) Girdhari Paunikar, Executive Director (Signaling) JP Deharia, Executive Director (Electrical) Rajesh Patil, GM (O&M) Sudhakar Urade, CPM (Rolling Stock) Rajesh Kumar Patel, CPM (OHE) Namdeo Rabade and other officials were present during the inspection.