Hyderabad: Bidding has begun for the re-development project of the Secunderabad Railway Station, which is among the 23 stations to be taken up under the Station Re-development Programme (SRP) of the Indian Railways.

South Central Railway (SCR) General Manager Vinod Kumar Yadav told press persons on Thursday that the idea behind the programme was to develop 400 stations of international standards, of which 23 were being taken up in the first


“The estimated investment for development of passenger amenities at the Secunderabad Railway Station is Rs 282 crore and the revenue generated from the project will be used exclusively for station re-development,” he said.

The project was being undertaken under a Modified Swiss Challenge method, adapting the Quality and Cost Based Solution (QCBS) system by identifying a project proponent who will prepare the detailed project report.

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