Orange Line Stops

Check all the details about Orange Line Stops from here. Lahore is the second largest city in Pakistan. It is a center of culture and heritage of Pakistan. People from all around Pakistan as well as from the outer world visit this historical city to observe the culture and customs of its natives. This city has unmatchable value for its citizens as well as the people of Punjab because it is the capital of Punjab. Its estimated population is 8 million and increasing day by day.

 

It was a thoroughly distinct task to provide sufficient transport facilities to the people of this city so that they can travel easily and comfortably and the purpose of thinking or designing a long-term mass transit plane to overcome the problems of the residents of Lahore about traffic block as well as wastage of time. First, in 2007, this mass transit plane was designed by the government of that time with the help of many competent international firms so that the problem of traffic, as well as transport for the people of Lahore, may be solved or even minimized.

Orange Line Stops

This plane of orange line stops was based upon the following consistencies.

·         Green Line (MRT) – Ferozepur Road/ Mall Road/ Ravi Road/ Shahdara (Commissioned as BRT for Operation on February 10, 2013)

·         Orange Line Metro Rapid Transit (MRT) – Raiwind Road/ Multan Road/ Mcleod Road/ Railway Station/ GT Road

·         Blue Line (MRT) – Township/ Gulberg Boulevard/ Jail Road

·         Purple Line (MRT) – Bhatti Gate/ Allama Iqbal Road/ Airport

Orange Line Stops

 

This was kept in mind while designing this plane that it should touch all the major parts of the city so that people can move from and to where they want. The Orange Line metro feasibility study was done by the Consultant MVA Asia Ltd. in the year 2007 for the 27 km route. The study was updated by NESPAK in 2014 through an Addendum to the Feasibility Study. The Lahore Orange train starts from Ali Town on Raiwind Road and terminates at Dera Gujran. The alignment follows the Multan Road corridor from Thokar Niaz Baig up to Chauburji, then via Lake Road, Mcleod Road, and Nicholson Road to the main Railway Crossing to reach GT Road and follows GT Road till the interchange of Lahore Ring Road. Orange line metro map design by an international company.

The orange metro line project cost is USD 1478.18 Million (exclusive of Contingencies). The total number of orange train stations are 26. Orange train Lahore was operational in May 2018. All the details about the metro train are also available on the orange train Lahore’s official website.

Orange Line Stops / Stations

The features of the Lahore Orange Line Metro Train project are as follows:

·         Total length: 27.1 Km (Cut & Cover section: 1.72 Km; Elevated: 25.4)

·         Total Stations: 26 (Elevated stations: 24 & Cut & Cover stations: 02)

·         Rolling Stock Requirement – 27 Train sets at the start of operations

·         Ridership: 245,000 passengers per day

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