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Project Profile (Updated: 1 September 2020)

Construction of Multimodal Hub at Dhaka Bimanbandar Railway Station
Project Information
Details
Project Name:
Construction of Multimodal Hub at Dhaka Bimanbandar Railway Station
Sector:
Railway
Department/Ministry:
Ministry of Railways
Implementing Agency:
Bangladesh Railway
Location:
Dhaka Bimanbandar Railway Station, Dhaka
Background:

About 60,000 passengers use Dhaka Airport Railway Station daily to use 102 nos Trains stop in this station. BRT Line 3: Airport to Gazipur to be extended up to Kamalapur, MRT Line 6: Uttara to Motijhil, Hazrat Shahjalal Airort Terminal-3, Dhaka Elevated Expressway, MRT Line 1: Airport to Kamalapur Integration required with Proposed infrastructure Development by transport hub where passengers and cargos are exchanged between transport modes.

Objective:

•   To provide exchange between transport modes for passengers and cargos.
•   To provide Information, ticketing, waiting area and security for passengers using the hub.
•   To facilitate passenger utilizing their free time between transports by taking food and shopping in retailing areas.
•   To provide Hotel and Office Spaces may with facilities for commercial and social interactions.
•   To boost in local job growth and regional prosperity, growing the airport employment area while facilitating more fine-grained, interconnected transit service
•   The proposed project will allow a private partner to develop a modern multi modal transport hub, which will:
1. Reduce traffic congestion.
2. Integrate different mode of transport.
3. Provide convenience to the passenger.

 

Status:
CCEA Approved (In Principle)
Note:
CCEA approved (In Principle) on 17 October 2018
Contact:

Dr. Najmus Sayadat
Director (Investment Promotion)
Phone: +88 02 55007420
E-mail: najmus@pppo.gov.bd
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Public Private Partnership Authority
Prime Minister's Office
Plot: E, 13-B, 1st Floor, Sherebangla Nagar
Agargaon, Dhaka-1207
Bangladesh
Phone: +88 02 55007421
(Last updated 1 September 2020; subject to further revision.)
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