India’s Kozhikode monorail project to cost $199.8m

10 November 2011 (Last Updated November 10th, 2011 18:30)

The proposed Kozhikode monorail project in the Kerala state of India will cost Rs10bn ($199.8m) based on a feasibility survey conducted by Wilbur Smith Associates.

The proposed Kozhikode monorail project in the Kerala state of India will cost Rs10bn ($199.8m) based on a feasibility survey conducted by Wilbur Smith Associates.

The monorial project will run from Medical College to Ramanattukara and will be carried out in two phases.

The first phase of project includes development of the transport system from Medical College to Meenchanda and a dedicated bus service to the airport from the city.

There will be two rail terminals in the first stretch, which include one at the Medical College and the second at Meenchanda, as well as 14 intermediate phases.

In the second phase the project will be extended to Ramanattukara, according to the Indian Express.