India’s deepest Metro station to be built at Pune Civil Court

India’s deepest Metro station to be built at Pune Civil Court

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Category : Science and Tech Published on: January 24 2023

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  • India’s deepest Metro station to be built at Pune Civil Court in Maharashtra.
  • This line features India’s deepest underground station, which will be ready in a few months at the Civil Court and measures 33.1 metres (108.59 feet) in depth.
  • The platform also has natural light with the help of skylights. 
  • This is the green building station with platinum grading and a vertical forest. The location of the station is on the bank of the Mutha River.
  • This underground station's ceiling is 95 feet high and was constructed to receive direct sunshine or natural light.
  • It is also the largest station in the Pune Metro network, spanning 11.17 acres and featuring various access and exit locations.
  • The metro will be completed in February 2023 and will start in March.
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