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Firm Shows Interest in Mobility Hub

A UAE-based company has expressed interest in the joint implementation of the second phase of the Vyttila Mobility Hub.

Published: 25th February 2014 07:55 AM  |   Last Updated: 25th February 2014 07:55 AM   |  A+A-

A UAE-based company has expressed interest in the joint implementation of the second phase of the Vyttila Mobility Hub.

Nael General Contracting Est approached the Vyttila Mobility Hub Society (VMHS) officials at the Partner Kerala event held here on Monday.

“We gave the details of the project and how we hoped it to be implemented. The project cost is Rs 433.33 crore. Also, we explained to them the longevity of the project,” said VMHS officials adding that the project is envisaged to be carried out in a PPP Model

The second phase includes an integrated transportation facility and a commercial complex. The ground floor of the building will have 136 bus bays. There will be various passenger amenities, including information counters, ticket-booking counters, ATMs, cloak rooms, refreshment stalls and breastfeeding kiosks.

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