The Sabarmati Multimodal Transport Hub is a state-of-the-art building to provide the seamless connectivity with Sabarmati Railway Stations, Metro Station, under-construction Sabarmati HSR Station and the Bus Rapid Transport System.
The iconic structure is an integral part of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail Corridor being executed by National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited.
The facade of this exemplary structure displays a large mural made with stainless steel that depicts the Dandi March movement which lends Sabarmati historical significance in the nation’s history. The aesthetic appeal is further enhanced by a captivating landscape area featuring an array of indigenous plant varieties arranged in a picturesque step garden format.
The hub building features an aesthetically pleasing concourse at the third-floor level, offering amenities like waiting lounges, retail options, and restaurants for passenger comfort.
The building blocks above the concourse floor are divided into two separate blocks, A & B, connected by terraces at two levels. Block A reserves six floors above the concourse for office spaces while Block B, with four floors, is designed to accommodate a hotel facility with rooms, banquet halls, conference rooms, swimming pool and restaurant.
Dedicated pick-up and drop-off bays, along with ample parking space capable of accommodating around 1300 vehicles will be an added facility.
In line with sustainable practices, the hub incorporates green building features such as solar panels on the terraces, extensive landscape terraces and gardens, energy-efficient fixtures, an abundance of natural light providing occupants with scenic views of the surroundings. The design prioritizes eco-friendliness and energy efficiency.
High Speed Rail Multimodal Hub
Night View of Hub