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Hyderabad Metro to Resume Operations from September 7th:- The metro services across the country came to a halt since March this year after the attack of coronavirus pandemic. With the Unlock 4.0 guidelines issued by the Centre, the Hyderabad Metro will start operations from September 7th. The Telangana government today granted all the permissions asking the Hyderabad Metro to operate from September 7th. A Government Order (GO) has been issued after the Centre granted permissions for the metro services to resume in the country. All the commercial operations of Hyderabad Metro are suspended since March 22nd. NVS Reddy, the Managing Director of HMRL said that the MDs of all the metros across the country had a video conference.
They discussed about all the needed precautions and the safety measures to be implemented across the metros of the country. The protocols will be decided in a day or two by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs and will be announced officially. The protocols will be decided in a day or two by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs is said to be the second biggest metro train network in the country and was operating 55 trains on regular basis. Hyderabad Metro was carrying 4.5 lakh passengers on a regular basis. Telangana Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar announced that Hyderabad Metro will permit a maximum number of 50% traffic in Hyderabad Metro.
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