"Metro Rail In India" Essays and Research Papers

  • Metro Rail In India

    The Delhi Metro is a rapid transit system serving Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida and Ghaziabad in the National Capital Region of India. The network consists of six lines with a total length of 189.63 kilometres (117.83 mi) with 142 stations of which 35 are underground. It has a combination of elevated, at-grade and underground lines and uses both broad gauge and standard gauge rolling stock. Four types of rolling stock are used: Mitsubishi-ROTEM Broad gauge, Bombardier MOVIA, Mitsubishi-ROTEM Standard gauge...

    Chicago 'L', Commuter rail, Delhi 838  Words | 3  Pages

  • Delhi Metro

    * Introduction * Delhi Metro is being built and operated by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited (DMRC). * The Delhi Metro (Hindi - दिल्ली मेट्रो Dillī Meṭro) is a rapid transit system serving Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida and Ghaziabad in the National Capital Region of India * As of November 2010, DMRC operates around 2,700 trips daily between 6:00 and 23:00 running with an interval of 2.5 minutes between trains at peak frequency. * The trains are mainly of four coaches, but due...

    Automatic Train Control, Chicago 'L', Delhi 900  Words | 3  Pages

  • delhi metro

    Delhi metro rail project in record time has drawn attention of many other metro cities within India as well as outside India to have their own Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS). In fact, MRTS project in Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore as well as Hyderabad are already in advanced stages of tendering, design and implementation etc. It is to be noted that the most important requirement for successful implementation of any MRTS project is dependent on the appropriate selection of Rolling Stock (metro trains)...

    Blue Line, Chicago 'L', Delhi Metro 469  Words | 5  Pages

  • Rail Control Solutions

    Where is Rail Control Solutions located? Rail Control Solutions is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. Rail Control Solutions has sites in: Brazil (Sao Paolo), Denmark (Copenhagen), Finland (Helsinki), Germany (Braunschweig, Mannheim), India (Baroda), Italy (Rome), Philippines (Manila), Poland (joint ventures: Katowice, Warsaw), Portugal (Amadora), Russia (joint venture: Moscow), Spain (Madrid), Sweden (Hassleholm, Stockholm, Gothenberg), Thailand (Bangkok), UK (Plymouth, Reading). and USA (Pittsburgh)...

    European Train Control System, Light rail, Rail transport 743  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Lucknow Metro

    The Lucknow Metro is a proposed rapid transit system in the city of Lucknow, India.Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation Limited or LMRC is responsible to build and operate this network.[1] The metro project will be the most expensive public transport system in the state of Uttar Pradesh, costing 12,500 crore (US$2 billion). It will provide speedy mass transport and help in de-congesting city roads.[2][3] The proposed metro rail network was planned to consist of two corridors: North-South and East-West...

    Airport, London Underground, Lucknow 968  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chennai Metro Rail The Future of Our

    Chennai Metro Rail – The Future of our mass transport Introduction Cities are a matrix of functions and activity and at the helm of this activity is mobility. Before the intervention of automobiles commuting was slower and cleaner. But as the cities grew in numbers the need for commuting more people also grew. There has been a significant transformation in the urban transport sector in Chennai, from its earlier dependency on waterways to its current mode of rail and road transport. Since the Urban...

    Bus, Bus stop, Chennai 2969  Words | 9  Pages

  • Rapid Transit and Delhi Metro Rail

    INTRODUCTION In this research I have conducted a complete study about Delhi metro rail corporation, i.e its functioning , structure need for metro customer satisfaction and expectation from DMRC. This project covers all the aspects of delhi metro in all directions. The research has showed that a majority of people from delhi and NCR, belonging to all age groups travel by metro on daily basis. I also came to know that metro is perceived as the most convenient safe and cheap mode of transport. ...

    Delhi, Delhi Metro, Gurgaon 11975  Words | 45  Pages

  • Advantages Of Metro

    Every now and then i see one or the other organisation opposing the metro.  No doubt they entitled to their views, but do they ever see the benefits any metro brings to cities,(especillay the crowded ones like bangalore, mumbai etc)  Let me quote a few points from PIB regarding the delhi metro, i am sure such benefits will accrue to bangalore also once the metro is complete „« Fuel cost saving: The annual saving on account of reduced fuel consumption will be Rs.180.89 crore in 2009, more than double...

    A Good Thing, Carbon dioxide, Greenhouse gas 1169  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rapid Transit and Metro Railways

    Metro Railways Introduction Metro railways are also known as rapid transit system. It is a high capacity carrier which transports large number of people across small distances seamlessly. It is run automatically by computer without human intervention. There is no driver who drives it; rather it is run on automatic system. It is used to transport a large of people over short distances in metropolitan or urban cities. The need for metro rails is due to the increase in population, increase in traffic...

    Airport, Commuter rail, Mark Ovenden 937  Words | 3  Pages

  • dubai metro

    ComFlor® case study Dubai Metro Project, United Arab Emirates Client: Government of Dubai Road & Transport Authority/RTA Project management and supervision: Systra-Parsons Designer: WS Atkins & Partners Overseas -ATKINS Main contractor: Dubai Rapid Link Consortium/DURL (Obayashi Corporation - Kajima Corporation - Yabi Merkezi & Mitsubishi Heavy Industrial) Decking system: ComFlor® 80 Telephone: 0845 30 88 330 The Dubai Metro urban train network is a major transport infrastructure ...

    Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Dubai International Airport 905  Words | 6  Pages

  • Metro Atlanta Commuter Express

    Macon would be the seed and the spark – the first phase in a commuter rail network that would spider throughout the metro region from a multimillion-dollar transit station downtown. The Atlanta region lacks a transportation hub that provides a central facility and transfer point for its existing and future intercity, regional and local transit services, and MACE intends to address this issue. I live on the out skirts of Metro Atlanta in McDonough, GA where if you don’t have personal transportation...

    Airport, Commuter rail, Georgia 1062  Words | 3  Pages

  • Incredible India a Sattire

    INCREDIBLE INDIA “Unity in diversity”-the most commonly used quote to describe India. we are all familiar with the video “mile sur mera thumhara”-“let our melodies meet”, it endorses different people coming from all across the country to celebrate our uniqueness and diversity and to unite our country. Raj thackerey a famous marathi politician condemned the producers and proclaimed that all the characters should sing in marathi, when pointed out by a reporter that the video was in the first...

    Bollywood, Maharashtra, Mile Sur Mera Tumhara 656  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mumbai Metro

    Mumbai Metro One Pvt Ltd (MMOPL) is a joint venture company formed by Reliance Infrastructure, Veolia Transport and the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) based in Mumbai, India. It is the operator of Mumbai Metro, a rapid transit system under construction in the Indian city of Mumbai.[1] The joint venture bagged the contract for the 2,356 crore (US$400 million) for building a 12-km metro line between Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar.[2] In October 2008, MMOPL had signed the loan agreements...

    Andheri, Mumbai, Mumbai Metro 789  Words | 4  Pages

  • Metro Cash and Carry

    wholesale and retail space represents unique opportunities and challenges for any company. Metro Cash & Carry forayed into India with its cash & carry (C&C) model. Although Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in India in retail space requires a joint venture, the wholesale segment has no such requirement. The case mentions that it was possible for Metro C&C to get approvals for setting up operations in India, however, they were not allowed to source agricultural products. Hence, expansion plans...

    Agriculture, Department store, Government of India 1980  Words | 6  Pages

  • Metro Cash and Carry

    METRO Cash and Carry Executive Summary: Metro Group, Germany’s largest trade and retail group, is a major international player with sales of over €55.7 billion by 2005 and continued plans for substantial international expansion. Metro group is organized into four business units: • Real/Extra: Everyday retail hypermarket • Kaufhof: Upmarket department store chain • Media Market/Saturn: Leading Electronics Retail Chain • Metro Cash and Carry ‘Metro Cash & Carry’ stands for one of the...

    Department store, Hypermarket, Market 2086  Words | 7  Pages

  • Dubai Metro Case Study

    Name: Fundamentals of Project Management Project Topic: Dubai Metro Analysis Submission Date: 19th April 2013 Submitted By: Ayaz Tariq (128403) / Syed Jamaluddin (105807) Table of Content 1) Summary of Project: Dubai Metro a) Why Dubai Metro was initiated b) Why we selected Dubai Metro 2) Preliminary Project Scope of Dubai Metro 3) Stakeholders of Dubai Metro 4) Dubai Metro Project Possible Constraints i) Resource Constraints ii) Delivery...

    Critical path method, Dubai, Dubai Metro 1094  Words | 5  Pages

  • India

    Jessica Shaw December 3, 2011 Individual Project Ale and Lager Beer in India Beer first appeared in India in the mid-1700’s, during the early years of the British Empire. The demand of beer came from the British troops and other British officials who were suffering in the blistering heat of the Indian climate. The demand for beer was at such a high rate that a British distributor, George Hogson, developed a special type of beer in his brewery in London, England. The beer was dubbed Indian...

    Ale, Beer, Beer style 1313  Words | 4  Pages

  • India

    years of Independence! What did we achieve in these 65 years is a rhetorical question for which answers can be affirmative and negative. No doubt that India is a safer country, a country where the living cost is cheaper. This is the place where you can have the speech freedom complaining the system without providing any suggestions or alternative. India is fast developing and all Indians dream of becoming a developed nation by 2020, it’s high time for we Indians to think whether we can achieve this...

    A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, Developed country, Developing country 1409  Words | 4  Pages

  • Metro Cash & Carry

    What have been MCC’s key competitive advantages as it has moved into emerging markets? Metro Cash & Carry´s key competitive advantages were that it was often the first mover as it was the first wholesaler that worked with the cash and carry system, offering a wide range of products and having a non-traditional marketing approach that makes feel the customers as they were a member of a special “club”. For its international expansion the company created skills, especially when entering into...

    Federal government, Local government, Market 1008  Words | 3  Pages

  • India

     Poverty in India 963 million people around the world are living in hunger, 923 million people are malnourished, about 5.6 million children die each year from malnutrition and one-third of the world’s poverty is just in India. India has one of the fastest growing economies in the world, that’s why so many wonder why their poverty rate isn’t decreasing faster. The majority of Indians are living off of an average of 2 dollars per day, most living in villages and farm lands live off of less. I will...

    Amartya Sen, Caste, India 2231  Words | 6  Pages

  • India

    India, “The land of Lords” is the world’s ancient civilization. India is also the land of various cultural diversities, where you will find a beautiful contrast of customary and contemporary ingredients. It is a place where you experience spirituality and solitude together. India is a land with legendary sagas, rich rituals, distinct cultures, various festivals and ceremonies. Also a land of historical monuments, architectural miracles and rich historical past. Let us know more about India 5,000...

    Hinduism, History of India, India 845  Words | 3  Pages

  • India

    Open main menu Last edited 1 day ago by Kautilya3 Watch this page India This article is about the Republic of India. For other uses, see India (disambiguation). Republic of India Bhārat Gaṇarājya Horizontal tricolor flag bearing, from top to bottom, deep saffron, white, and green horizontal bands. In the center of the white band is a navy-blue wheel with 24 spokes. Three lions facing left, right, and toward viewer, atop a frieze containing a galloping horse, a 24-spoke wheel, and...

    Bay of Bengal, East India Company, India 844  Words | 4  Pages

  • India

    This article is about the Republic of India. For other uses, see India (disambiguation). Republic of India Bharat Ganrajya Horizontal tricolour flag bearing, from top to bottom, deep saffron, white, and green horizontal bands. In the centre of the white band is a navy-blue wheel with 24 spokes. Three lions facing left, right, and toward viewer, atop a frieze containing a galloping horse, a 24-spoke wheel, and an elephant. Underneath is a motto: "सत्यमेव जयते". Flag Emblem Motto: "Satyameva Jayate"...

    Bay of Bengal, India, Jana Gana Mana 735  Words | 4  Pages

  • India

    The leaders of our freedom movement, under the stewardship of Mahatma Gandhi, had dreamt of an independent and prosperous India. On this day in 1947, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru took the first step towards the realization of that dream by hoisting the Tricolour at the Red Fort. The journey we began on 15 August, 1947 is now 65 years old. We have achieved much in these 65 years. Today is certainly a day to celebrate the success of our democracy. However, on this occasion we should also introspect about...

    Democracy, India, Indian independence movement 1199  Words | 3  Pages

  • India

    DOING BUSINESS WITH INDIA REALITIES, MYTHS & PERCEPTIONS ANMOL SOOD JALTEK GROUP 18TH MARCH 2010 DOING BUSINESS WITH INDIA INTRODUCTION Talk will focus on doing business in India keeping in mind 4 perspectives: 1. INVESTOR 2. TRADE ACQUIRER 3. TRADE DIVESTMENT 4. TRADING RELATIONSHIP I will show a slightly different perspective to TCS! Controversial – POI perspective! No IST (Indian Standard Time!) – will keep to strict timings (hopefully!) www.jaltek-group.com JALTEK GROUP INTRODUCTION ...

    Economics, Financial market, India 915  Words | 5  Pages

  • India

    Government  Official country name:​  India  Government System:​  Constitutional Federal (federation) Republic  Head of State:​  Pranab Mukherjee  Official Languages:​  Hindi, English  Region:​  Asia  Allies/blocs:​  Russia, Singapore, South Korea    People  Population:​  1,220,800,358  Growth Rate:​  1.51%  Major religions/cultures:​  Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Sikhism, Buddhism  Standard of living:​  Overall life expectancy rate: 65  infant mortality rate:​  72 per 1,00 live births  literacy rate:​...

    Child mortality, India, Millennium Development Goals 933  Words | 3  Pages

  • India

    When India attained independence, she was no nation, she was divided into princely states and provinces; she was backward economically, educationally, scientifically and even culturally. It needed men of genius and destiny like Gandhi, Nehru and Patel to knit her into a nation. Since the dawn of independence, we have been striving to solve various problems facing the motherland to make her a united democratic and solvent nation. What we have achieved is praiseworthy, what we have failed to achieve...

    Democracy, Five-year plan, Five-Year Plans of China 781  Words | 3  Pages

  • India

    religion from Islam to Hinduism. It was just a case of a change of name by an affidavit. And so Feroze Khan became Feroze Gandhi, though it is an inconsistent name like Bismillah Sarma. Both changed their names to fool the public of India. When they returned to India, a mock vedic marriage was instituted for public consumption. Thus, Indira and her descendants got the fancy name Gandhi. Both Nehru and Gandhi are fancy names. As a chameleon changes its colour, this dynasty have been changing its name...

    Allahabad, Indian National Congress, Indira Gandhi 2395  Words | 7  Pages

  • Influence in India

    The British ruled India for almost two centuries, firstly by the British East India Company (1757-1858), followed by direct rule (1858-1947). It is inevitable that they would have left a huge influence on India, especially in government, law, language, architecture and sports. The British colonial rule in India will always be controversial for good or bad, but its legacy is clearly seen. For the first time in centuries, India is a single united country and the largest democracy in the world...

    British Empire, British Raj, Common law 1592  Words | 5  Pages

  • Life in a Metro

    LIFE IN A METRO Life in a metro is a term used for life of people in a metropolitan city. Metropolitan cities are those big cities which have all the modern amenities, good infrastructure and a modern outlook. They are the cities which don’t portray any specific religion or caste; people from all parts of country come to these cities to have a nice rich life-style. Metropolitan cities are the cities which help the country with lot of financial economy. These cities portray the spirit of young...

    City, Megalopolis, Metropolis 2090  Words | 6  Pages

  • India

    Self-Realisatiotl 13.3 Emphasis on Human Reason 13.4 Critique of Nationalism 13.5 Differences with Gandlii '13.6 A ~ ~ a l y sof Bolshevism is 13.7 Summary 13.8 Exercises Rabindranath 'Tagorc (1861-1941) was an outstanding litcrnry figure of India who exerted consiclerable inf uence on human thinking in the contcml>oraryworld. T l ~ i s influence extcnded to the political arena as well by his lilcid elucidation of inlpartant conccpts like nationalis~m, freedom, human ratiollality and l ~ i s...

    Bolshevik, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Moscow 1697  Words | 5  Pages

  • Công Tác Crm Tại Metro

    - METRO CASH & CARRY VIETNAM - THE CRM PIONEERING APPLICATOR IN VIETNAM MODERN STORE SYSTEM Nguyen Kim Hai SID: 106506 MBAV5652. Advanced Marketing Columbia Southern University CITC, Vietnam Professor Larry Richard Williams Jun 12, 2006 ABSTRACT: Vietnam ranking 3rd behind leader India and Russia in by A.T. Kearney’s 2006 Global Retail Development Index (GRDI) forecasting an extreme fierce competition in domestic market when global giant retailers Wal-Mart...

    Carrefour, Customer, Customer relationship management 413  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tranportation of india

    PROJECT TRANSPORT OF INDIA OBJECTIVE 1. To develop an understanding of terms, concepts and principles related to geography. 2. To understand the use of natural resources and development of regions by mankind. 3. To know the availability of resources, understand, explain their uses and appreciate the problems of development in India and South Asia. INTRODUCTION A well-knit and coordinated system of transport is the lifeline of modern India and its developing economy...

    Mode of transport, Rail transport, Rail transport in India 1714  Words | 20  Pages

  • India

    Arutprakasa Vallalar Chidambaram Ramalingam (Tamil: அருட்பிரகாச வள்ளலார் சிதம்பரம் இராமலிங்க அடிகள்) (5 October 1823 – 30 January 1874), whose pre-monastic name was Ramalingam, is commonly known in India and across the world[1] as Vallalar (Tamil:வள்ளலார்). He was one of the most famous Tamil Saints and also one of the greatest Tamil poets of the 19th century[2] and belongs to a line ofTamil saints known as "gnana siddhars" (gnana means higher wisdom). The Suddha Sanmarga Sangam[3] was spread and...

    Chidambaram, Human body, Shiva 1874  Words | 7  Pages

  • India

    India is a large country. Harboring more than 2 billion people, it'll soon break records of overpopulation held by China. The men here are said to be brave, kind and chivalrous. The women considered, traditional, learned and hospitable. The cities here are abundant in whatever they sow and breed stupendous cavalry to charge. The rich bring in fine money to buy fine luxuries for the eyes of fine people. 
 Democracy prevails. The unwanted die. The important live. Each state highlights its accomplishments...

    Electric charge, English-language films, Light 672  Words | 2  Pages

  • Direct Marketing in India

    Direct marketing in India For those who are considering tapping into the Indian marketplace, the author offers an update on the country's diverse population, its technological advances and its overall potential for marketers. India is a country which has a rich heritage. In the rich tapestry that is India, there is diversification among its individuals, languages, cultures, religions and castes. The population in India’s five major metros consists of a middle and upper class. The lifestyles and...

    City, Courier, Direct marketing 2628  Words | 7  Pages

  • Why India Still Developing

    Why is India Still a Developing Country? 60 years since freedom, India is still being called a developing country. It is not that India is incapable of being developed. The fat is that scientific temper is not at l encouraged. There are 3 main things due to which India’s development is stationary. They are- corruption, education system and negligence I have listed out the drawbacks in detail by practically observing the raw facts. Corruption: This is domain character inherited by most of...

    Developed country, Developing country, Economy of India 1185  Words | 4  Pages

  • survival of low cost airlines in India

    Survival Of Low Cost Airlines In India Do We Need New Strategies?? Introduction The liberalization of aviation industry in India has precipitated the boom for domestic & international passenger carriers. The domestic passengers & cargo traffic recorded a growth rate of 20% & 8.5%. The Airport Authority of India manages total 119 airports in the country which includes 7 international airports, 94 airports & 28 civil enclaves. The four airports are under PPP Greenfield airports i.e. Delhi...

    Airline, AirTran Airways, JetBlue Airways 1432  Words | 6  Pages

  • Metro Ethernet

    Metro Ethernet Disclaimer; this is intended to be an introductory technical article; certain details have been excluded in the interests of space and clarity. Network design examples are presented to illustrate specific technical points and are not intended to fully complete. Historically WAN's (Wide Area Networks) and LAN's (Local Area Networks) have relied on independent technologies. At a physical layer WAN technologies today continue to be based largely on legacy TDM systems that were built...

    Computer network, Data Link Layer, Ethernet 1641  Words | 5  Pages

  • Indian Metro

    Metro Railways: Challenges &opportunities Kartikeya Pandey1 Manisha Minu1 Abstract Growing cities, population and traffic has invariably called for a shift from private modes of conveyance to public transport. Young population, and rapidly expanding urban areas, India has a perfect opportunity to shape its cities around mass transit. India (like many other developing countries) however has lagged behind though its first metro, the Kolkata Metro, started working almost 25 years ago. The reasons...

    Airport, Commuter rail, Light rail 3909  Words | 12  Pages

  • Logistics in India

    Case Abstract- Logistics industry in India has seen a tremendous growth in the last decade. In 2010 it recorded revenues of about US$ 82 billion. It generates employment for 45 million people in the country. The industry is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of approximately 8-9% over the next few years. The primary growth drivers in the industry are:  Investments in the infrastructure sector  Streamlining of indirect tax structure with introduction of VAT and the proposed GST  Robust trade growth ...

    Cargo, Cargo airline, Logistics 2002  Words | 6  Pages

  • Metro Case Study

    Social Cost-Benefit Analysis of Delhi Metro M N Murty, Kishore Kumar Dhavala, Meenakshi Ghosh and Rashmi Singh Institute of Economic Growth Delhi University Enclave Delhi-110007 India October, 2006 Key words: Transport, Air Pollution, Cost- benefit analysis and Shadow prices. Abstract: The growing demand for public transport in mega cities has serious effects on urban ecosystems, especially due to the increased atmospheric pollution and changes in land use patterns. An ecologically sustainable...

    Airport, Bus, Park and ride 704  Words | 2  Pages

  • Metro Group

    Metro Group Executive Summary: Metro has taken initiative to implement RFID tagging to better track its inventory and improve its supply chain management. The palette level tracking which has been implemented at certain stores has proven beneficial and now Metro is considering case level tagging. Given the cost savings, improvement in inventory and store level performance, the case level tagging would yield higher savings as compared to palette level tagging. Since RFID technology is evolving very...

    Cost-benefit analysis, Process management, RFID 1237  Words | 3  Pages

  • Colonial India

    The British came to India at the start of the seventeenth century, changing the course of India’s history. During the seventeenth century many nations attempted to become wealthier through selling goods. One of these being spices which India had plenty, and it was this that lead to the colonisation of India. Through Indian colonisation, India faced many changes in the modification of policies that affected the economic stability of India. Another major impact of British colonisation was the huge...

    British Raj, Culture, Economics 1167  Words | 3  Pages

  • Delhi Metro

    To study the financial aspects of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation. Rationale: Metro rail service in Delhi has come as a much awaited gift for the people of Delhi, which has indeed changed the transport facility of the city. It has become the "life line" of Delhi as people are dependent on Delhi Metro for commuting to different places within the city. Delhi Metro Project has been recognized all over the world for its specialty in terms of a hi-tech rail, better equipped transport system and punctuality...

    Delhi, Delhi Metro, Kolkata Metro 6176  Words | 29  Pages

  • Essay of India

    extending the Delhi-Nangal rail line. Although railways and airways in Himachal serve very limited transport needs of the people, the road network of the state makes it unique. [edit]Geography The geography of Himachal presents considerable challenge to the development of transport infrastructure. Nevertheless, the state has made significant progress in road connectivity in the last few decades. Himachal at present has the highest road density among all the hill states of India. Although Himachal...

    Himachal Pradesh, Kullu, Kullu district 996  Words | 4  Pages

  • Metro Ag

    fares between any two points” (www.ida.liu.se). Metro AG----Competitive advantage and value chain The competitive advantage of Metro AG is the low price with high level of quality at a same place with convenience. “Metro provides almost everything of household use like food items, electronics, automobile parts and much more at the same place and the major factor is the low prices and they maintain the high quality level. And for this purpose Metro AG directly deals with the companies for the supply...

    Information systems, Information systems discipline, Material 756  Words | 4  Pages

  • design of the dubai metro light rail vi

    001 Design of the Dubai Metro Light Rail viaducts - Substructure David A Smith Chris R Hendy BEng CEng MICE MA(Cantab) CEng FICE Group Manager Special Structures, Highways & Transportation Atkins Epsom, UK Head of Bridge Design and Technology Highways & Transportation Atkins Epsom, UK Abstract The Dubai Metro Light Rail scheme is a flagship project in the United Arab Emirates. It will be the longest, fully automated rail system in the world, and is currently one of the largest civil engineering...

    Architectural design, Concrete, Design 6009  Words | 30  Pages

  • Metro: Mass Rapid Transport

    wastage, environmental pollution and increasing number of rod accidents. To rectify the situation the government of India and the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi, in equal partnership have set up a company on 03.05.1995 named Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. (DMRC). This necessitates a policy shift to discourage private modes. So, introduction of a rail based (MRTS) Mass Rapid Transport System is called for. MRTS will result in time saving for commuters, reliable and safer...

    Commuter rail, Delhi, Delhi Metro 510  Words | 2  Pages

  • Tesco India

    Tesco choose India, Marketing Opportunities of Tesco in India Tesco has had a limited presence in India with a service centre in Bangalore. As part of their internationalization Tesco is planning to implement their full presence in India. Tesco is planning for opening a wholesale cash-and-carry business in the biggest commercial city of India, Mumbai. Tesco will start its operation by joining with the Tata, one of the giant business groups in India. Factors Tesco has chosen India to start their...

    Hypermarket, India, Manmohan Singh 1739  Words | 6  Pages

  • Kolkata Metro Accidents

    The Kolkata Metro Which is called the pride of Kolkata is the Underground Mass Rapid Transit Urban Railway network in Kolkata It was the first underground railway to be built in India, with the first operations commencing in October, 1984. It is run by the Indian Railways and is considered to have the status of a zonal railway. The line runs from Dum Dum in the north and continues south through Park Street, Esplanade in the heart of the city till the southern end to New Garia, the station bearing...

    Dum Dum, Kolkata, Public transport 414  Words | 2  Pages

  • Metro RFID

    Apr 27, 2003—April 28, 2003 - Metro AG, Germany's largest retailer, today will open what it calls the "store of the future." The concept store is designed to test RFID and other technologies under real-world conditions to see how they perform and how consumers respond to them. "We are not just building up a store," says Albrecht von Truchsess, a Metro spokesperson. "It's about developing visions for retail in the future." Shoppers will find a little extra technology at the Rheinberg store ...

    Aldi, Cart, Future 811  Words | 3  Pages

  • India Infrastructure & Economy

    INDIA ECONOMY & INFRASR+TRUCTURE OVERVIEW India is rich in natural resources and manpower and has made significant economic progress since attaining independence in 1947. India's economy encompasses traditional village farming, forestry, fishing, modern agriculture, handicrafts, a wide range of modern industries, and a multitude of support services. Economy transformed from primarily agriculture, forestry, fishing, and textile manufacturing in 1947 to major heavy industry, transportation, and...

    Agriculture, Economic growth, Economics 1865  Words | 7  Pages

  • Tourism Industry - India

    magazines on tourism ranked India among the top 10th tourist destinations in the world. Tourism is the third highest net earner of foreign exchange for the countryand also one of the sectors that employs the largest number of manpower. The growth in tourism industry has been about 230% since 1990 to 2000. It is estimated that the tourism industry could contribute about US $1.8 billion to the GDP by 2020. Indian tourism is one of the most diverse products on the global scene. India has 26 world heritage...

    Cultural tourism, Maldives, Mexico 1036  Words | 3  Pages

  • Transport in India

    Transport in India From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Mumbai-Pune Expressway, India's first expressway Vidyasagar Setu, Kolkata The Bandra Worli Sea link, with Worli skyline Transport in the Republic of India is an important part of the nation's economy. Since the economic liberalisation of the 1990s, development of infrastructure within the country has progressed at a rapid pace, and today there is a wide variety of modes of transport by land, water and air. However, India's relatively...

    Bus, Commuter rail, India 6774  Words | 18  Pages

  • Metro Internal

    Metro-Internal Overview of the Current Scenario Week1: Average Team Strength – 12; Average Productivity – 6.5 Week2: Average Team Strength – 10; Average Productivity – 7.2 Learning & Observations: 1) The market as a whole is quite receptive to the Cash & Carry concept saving a lot of effort in terms of making customer calls. 2) There is a major chunk of our prospective customers in the outskirts of the city; but many of them don’t have a valid business licence or don’t have...

    License, Licenses, Market 1205  Words | 3  Pages

  • Delhi Metro

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