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Anand Vihar Transport Hub

The 53ha Anand Vihar Transport Hub will be a major new multi-modal interchange hub for New Delhi, one of a number of passenger terminals targeted for redevelopment by The Indian Ministry of Railways. These projects will be delivered with private sector partnership by leveraging real estate development potential. Key to the approach is the aspiration to deliver high quality urban infrastructure and an architecturally distinctive gateway to the city. The practice's scheme proposes the creation of a layered interchange building which will be oversailed by a large, architecturally dramatic long span roof.

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  • Sector

    Infrastructure

  • Location

    New Delhi, India

  • Description

    -

  • Client

    Indian Railway Development Association

  • Size

    53 ha

  • Cost

    -

  • Team

    John McAslan + Partners,
    Mott MacDonald

  • Status

    2013 ongoing

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