The project is the upgradation of the existing railway station at Tirupati where approximately 30 acres of station complex is integrated with other infrastructure and facilities to provide a seamless experience to the passengers. The development is set to utilize the commercial potential of the location of the station complex and modernize the railway station facilities from the revenue generated by the sale of the development on the vacant land parcels. Currently, Tirupati Railway Station has a large passenger flow volume (~39,000/day) with the estimation that the projected footfall would be somewhere near 80,000 to 1,00,000 per day in the coming forty years. Three additional platforms would help accommodate such a large number of users in the coming future.
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A World-Class Hospital With Hotel-Like Looks
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Fluidity in Design
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SIDDHARTH BATHLA: A DESIGN ODYSSEY
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