Hyderabad: One day after Deccan Chronicle highlighted the plight of Tube users in a report titled “Technical problems put Tube commuters on a slow track,” HMRL chief executive NVS Reddy said on Wednesday that train frequency will be increased on an interim basis and that more trains will be purchased in the long term. .

In the report released Wednesday, CC highlighted technical problems and a rush to Ameerpet station.

In this regard, Reddy said that the platform length at Ameerpet Interchange Station will be increased.

“We asked senior management at L&T to buy more trains. But, it’s time to exercise. As a temporary relief, the frequency of trains is increased to less than three minutes during peak hours, and short loop services are introduced,” he said.

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