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Odisha Govt signed an MoU with Ministry of Railways ₹840 Cr for Bhubaneswar Railway Station Multi-Modal Hub

Bhubaneswar:22/9/19:Odisha Govt signed an MoU with Ministry of Railways, Government of India for first of its kind ₹840 Cr Bhubaneswar Railway Station Multi-Modal Hub including mixed use component and ₹300 Cr public infra. It includes a state-of-the-art railway station, car parking, dedicated pick up & drop off lanes.

The project will be first transit-oriented smart development project & will be a trigger for development of planned central business district in Bhubaneswar. At the core of the 1.74 lakh ft development will be an iconic city square with a centrally located high rise tower.

Design of the high rise tower will be a blend of contemporary & traditional Kalinga architecture. The mixed use tower will house commercial, retail, hotel, service apartments where all facilities will be developed in an integrated manner as one public utility space.

Bhubaneswar Development Authority – BDA has been designated for planning, designing & execution and Singapore based Surbana Jurong has been appointed as design consultant. The design would incorporate all modern amenities in consultation with EASTCOASTRailway to offer a complete new passenger experience.


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