As populations swell, India’s urban infrastructure is under pressure and vast investment is required to deliver the changes needed to keep people moving. While China and other countries have forged ahead with metro development in their major cities, India has lagged behind. Early investment was inconsistent with the first system opening in Kolkata following 12 years of construction in 1984 and the second in Delhi not launching until 2002. However, since then there has been strong growth in ...
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