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GMR, SNCF, JKB Infra show enthusiasm for redevelopment of the New Delhi railway station

It is expected to incur capital expenditure of around INR 6,500 crores and is slated to be completed in four years.

Rail Land Development Authority (RLDA) has concluded a pre-bid meeting on the redevelopment of the New Delhi railway station. The meeting witnessed participation by 20 national and international firms such as Socié  Nationale des Chemins de Fer (SNCF), Arabian Construction Company, Anchorage Infrastructure, Adani, GMR, JKB Infra.

The objective of this project is to position the New Delhi Railway station as a multi-modal hub through upgradation of the infrastructure, and provision of state-of-the-art amenities such as an elevated concourse, multi-level car parking, and much more for the passengers.

The project would be developed on a Design-Build-Finance-Operate-Transfer (DBFOT) model for a concession period of 60 years. It is expected to incur capital expenditure of around INR 6,500 crores and is slated to be completed in four years.

The redevelopment of New Delhi Railway Station has attracted interest from leading global firms. The project aims to transform New Delhi Railway Station into a world-class transit hub, in line with Hon’ble Prime Minister’s vision of New India.

This station will be a one-stop destination for retail, commercial and hospitality. It will also boost real estate and ensure cascading development of New Delhi and surrounding regions, said Shri Ved Parkash Dudeja, Vice Chairman, RLDA.

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