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The Cabinet also gave its nod for appointing Kochi Metro Rail Ltd (KMRL) as the Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) for the implementation of the project.
The event was inaugurated by Dr R Usha, District Medical Officer, by handing over a sapling to Rajendran A R, General Manager KMRL.
The concept of theme-based stations featuring Kerala's history, tradition and culture was a runaway hit when KMRL had launched it before.
These autos will be distributed in six metro stations such as Aluva, Kalamassery, Edappally, Kaloor, MG Road and Maharajas College Station.
As part of efforts to increase non-ticketing revenue, the Kochi Metro Rail Ltd is focussing on alternate sources of income.
Under single-ticketing, a passenger can travel in various modes of transport using a single ticket.
KPMG, the Netherlands-based international consultant partnering with the state government in rebuilding the state, has suggested they are open to the involvement of other major global players.
The UMTA will also prioritise actions based on the future transport requirements, besides overseeing the urban transport policy for Kochi in the coming years.
The Chalo app integrates all modes of public transport in Kochi into a single live-tracking and journey planner tool for the city.The App was launched by Transport Minister A K Saseendran.
KMRL, a Special Purpose Vehicle(SPV) was formed on August 2, 2011 as a state public sector company here, to build and operate the Kochi Metro.
This connectivity assumes a great significance since several metros have utilised the airport connectivity as a game changer in the sphere of Urban mobility.
The focus of developing the DPR for VMH will be on providing seamless connectivity between various modes of transport like buses, metro, ferry/water metro, autorickshaws and cabs.
According to a church representative, KMRL did not have any discussion with church authorities while planning the station.
There will be two types of passes - one for 30 trips, which is valid for 30 days, and the second one for 60 trips having a 60-day validity.
The passes will be launched on Thursday at the Edappally station by KMRL managing director Mohammed Hanish at 11.30 am.