Pictures and Video of Orange Line Metro Train Project in Lahore

Orange Line Metro Train Project is a rapid transportation system under construction in Lahore. It is expected that the project will be operational by May 2018. Orange Line project is the first of three proposed rail lines for Lahore Metro. The length or total distance of the line will be 27.1 km. 25.4 km will be elevated while the rest will be underground. There will be 26 stations of Orange Line Metro Train Project and it will accommodate 250,000 travelers per day.

Here are some pictures of Orange Line Metro Train Project

Pictures of Mehmood Booti Station-Metro Station

Orange Line Metro Train Package – 1

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Work Near Hall Road

Orange Line Metro Train Package-2 section-2 at Sabzazar station

Orange Line Metro Train Station on GT Road

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The Train

 

Video of Orange Line Metro Train

All 27 train sets for Orange Line Project have reached Pakistan. The workers working on the Lahore Orange Line Metro Train (OLMT) project have successfully connected both the ends of the 27-km long metro track. The track stretches from Dera Gujjran to Ali Town after the digging is completed on the 1.7-kilometre long section.

Supreme Court was informed by Punjab Mass Transit Authority (PMTA) managing director Sibtain Fazl-e-Aleem that Lahore’s Orange Line Metro Train Project will be completed and operational by May.

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Adding that the government has set the target to inaugurate the project on May 11 but it can be delayed until May 25th.

Earlier, OLMT Steering Committee Chairman Khwaja Ahmad Hassan said, “We will aim to test run the country’s first metro train before this year’s general elections. Earlier, it was proposed that we make the project partially operational. However, after receiving a green flag from the apex court for completing the remaining underground section, it was decided that the project will be completed in the shortest time frame possible.”