13 India Cities with Metro Trains

Hyderabad Metro at Ameerpet Metro Station

As you know India is one of the fastest growing countries in India, so Metro cities need More transport system. With the help of Local Trains and Metro Trains, the problem is being solved. Almost all major Cities of India Has Local Trains system but here are the 13 Metro Trains Cities which are operational as of March 2019.

Currently, around 600KM Metro Lines are operational and around 500KM are under construction. Here is the List of 13 Indian cities With Metro train Connectivity.

1.Kolkata-Kolkata Metro

Kolkata Metro Train

The City of Joy Kolkata was the first city to get the metro rail in India in 1984. With over 300 daily services, Kolkata Metro is a helpline for more than 7,00,000 passengers. The most interesting facts about Kolkata metro is on 29 December 2010 it becomes 17th Railways Zones of India. Currently operated by the ministry of Indian Railways. As of March 2019 only Line is operational but in future, 5 more will be operational.

Kolkata Metro Details:

  • Inaugural Run:24-10-1984
  • Length:27.22km
  • Stations:24
  • Trains:27 Trains
  • Terminals: Noapara and Kavi Subhash
  • It’s First in India to have the Third rail for power supply and the first to use fully Made in India metro coaches by ICF & BEML.
  •  Websites: Metro Railway and KMRC

Kolkata Metro Timing:

  • Monday to Saturday: 6:45 AM to 10:45 PM
  • Sundays: 10:00 AM to 9:45 PM

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Kolkata Metro Stations Lists:

  • Kavi Subhash
  • Shahid Khudiram
  • Kavi Nazrul
  • Gitanjali
  • Masterda Surya Sen
  • Mahanayak Uttam Kumar
  • Rabindra Sarobar
  • Kalighat
  • Jatin Das Park
  • Netaji Bhavan
  • Rabindra Sadan
  • Maidan
  • Park Street
  • Esplanade
  • Chandni Chowk
  • Central
  • Mahatma Gandhi Road
  • Girish Park
  • Shobhabazar
  • Sutanuti
  • Shyambazar
  • Belgachhia
  • Dum Dum
  • Noapara

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Delhi NCR | 24 December 2002 | 195 stations

Delhi NCR  Metro is a combination of Delhi Metro(including Airport Express), Gurgaon Metro and Noida Metro. Gurgaon Metro interchange with the Delhi Metro’s Yellow Line at Sikandarpur Metro Station, whereas Noida Metro connects to Delhi Metro at Noida Sector 51 station.

So we decided to Provide Separate information about these 3 Metros

2.Delhi-Delhi Metro

With having 250 Stations Delhi Metro Holds the title of the largest and busiest metro in India. And Second oldest after Kolkata Metro. During 2017-18 the average ridership of Delhi Metro was 2,537,000. Delhi Metro currently has 15 operational depots.

Delhi Metro is operated by DMRC-Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited  The Best thing about this is DMRC was certified by the United Nations in 2011 as the first metro rail and rail-based system in the world to get carbon credits for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, reducing carbon emission levels in the city by 630,000 tonnes every year.

Delhi Metro Lines

Delhi Metro Red Line

Delhi Metro Line 1 is called as Red Line which connects Shaheed Sthal and Rithala.

  • Inaugural Run:24-12-2002
  • Stations:29
  • Length:34.69KM
  • Terminals: Shaheed Sthal and Rithala
  • Trains:35

Delhi Metro Yellow Line

Delhi Metro Line 2 is called as Yellow Line which connects Samaypur Badli and HUDA City Centre.

  • Inaugural Run:20-12-2004
  • Stations:37
  • Length:49.31KM
  • Terminals: Samaypur Badli and HUDA City Centre.
  • Trains:60 Trains

Delhi Metro Blue Line

Delhi Metro Line 3  and 4 is called Blue Line. The main line 3 connects Dwarka Sector 21 to Noida Electronic City, whereas Branch Line 4 connects  Vaishali to Yamuna Bank.

  • Inaugural Run: 2005-12-31(3rd Line) and 2010-01-07(4th Line)
  • Stations:50+8
  • Length:56.61+8.74km
  • Terminals: Samaypur Badli and HUDA City Centre.
  • Trains:70 Trains

Delhi Metro Green Line

Delhi Metro Line 5 is called as Green Line which connects Inderlok and Brigadier Hoshiyar Singh and branch connecting  Ashok Park Main station with Kirti Nagar station on the Blue Line

  • Inaugural Run:2010-04-03
  • Stations:23
  • Length:26.32KM(Main) + 3.32KM(Branch Line)
  • Terminals: Inderlok and Brigadier Hoshiyar Singh
  • Trains:20

Delhi Metro Violet Line

Delhi Metro Line 6 is called as Violet Line and the line connects Kashmere Gate station in New Delhi with Raja Nahar Singh in Ballabhgarh via Faridabad.

  • Inaugural Run:2010-10-03
  • Stations:34
  • Length:46.63KM
  • Terminals: Kashmere Gate and Raja Nahar Singh.
  • Trains:44 Trains

Delhi Metro Pink Line

Delhi Metro Line 7 is called as Pink Line which connects Majlis Park to Shiv Vihar.

  • Inaugural Run:2018-03-14
  • Stations:38
  • Length:58.59 KM
  • Terminals: Majlis Park to Shiv Vihar.
  • Trains:29

Delhi Metro Magenta Line

Delhi Metro Line 8 is called as Magenta Line which connects Janakpuri West to Botanical Garden.

  • Inaugural Run:2018-03-24
  • Stations:25
  • Length:37.46 KM
  • Terminals: Janakpuri West to Botanical Garden.
  • Trains:26

Dekhi Metro Orange Line/Airport Express

Orange line of Delhi Metro is known as Delhi Airport Express Line which connects New Delhi Metro Station to Dwarka Sector 21, linking Indira Gandhi International Airport.

  • Inaugural Run:2011-02-23
  • Stations:6
  • Length:22.70 KM
  • Terminals: New Delhi and Dwarka Sector 21
  • Trains:10
  • Webiste:delhimetrorail.com

Delhi Metro Fare:

Here You can visit the official Website of DelhiMetro and Calculate the fare

FARE CALCULATOR.

Delhi Metro Timing:

Metro services usually start at 5:30 am to 11:30 pm. The accurate First Train and Last Train timings vary as per the each and every Station.

The Airport Metro Express line generally starts at 4.45 am till 11.30 pm.

Airport Express Metro Line

Operation Timing – 04.45 hrs to 23.30 hrs.

First Train From Dwarka Sector 21 towards New Delhi: 04.45 Hrs

First Train From New Delhi towards Dwarka Sector 21: 04.45 Hrs

Last Train From Dwarka Sector 21 towards New Delhi: 23.30 Hrs

Last Train From New Delhi towards Dwarka Sector 21: 23:15 Hrs

3.Rapid Metro Gurgaon

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The system provides interchange with the Delhi Metro’s Yellow Line at Sikandarpur Metro Station. With 11 stations Rapid Metro has a total length of 11.7 kilometres.

  • Inaugural Run:14 November 2013
  • Stations:11
  • Length:11.7KM
  • Daily ridership:50,000 – 55,000
  • Website: rapidmetrogurgaon.com

4.Noida MetroMetro Trains In INDIA

Noida metro is 11th Metro system in India. It has 29.7-kilometre length with 21 stations Connecting Noida Sector 51 with GNIDA Office before terminating in Depot Station. This has only one line that is aqua Line and It will interchange with Delhi Metro at Noida Sector 51 metro station.

  • Inaugural Run: 25 January 2019
  • Stations:22
  • Length:29.7KM
  • Terminals: Noida Sector 51 to Depot Station.
  • Website: NMRC

5.Bengaluru-Namma Metrometro 3

Namma Metro is also called as Bengaluru Metro is first to introduce Wi-Fi onboard trains and First metro in South India to have the third rail for power supply in southern India.With having 41 stations, Namma Metro Serving an average of 400,000 passengers. As of March 2019, Metro has a total length of 42.3 KM and currently, 2 lines are active. The Majestic station is the interchange station between Green Line and Purple Line.

Namma Metro Purple Line/East-West corridor

The purple line/West corridor connects Baiyyappanahalli with Mysore Road.

Namma Metro purple Line

  • Inaugural Run:24-10-2011
  • Stations:17
  • Length:18.22 KM
  • Terminals: Baiyyappanahalli with Mysore Road
  • Daily ridership:170,685

Namma Metro Green Line/North-South corridor

Green Line/North-South corridor connects Nagasandra to Yelachenahalli.

NammA metro green Line

  • Inaugural Run:1-3-2014
  • Stations:24
  • Length:24.20 KM
  • Terminals: Nagasandra to Yelachenahalli.
  • Daily ridership:189,863
  • Website: bmrc.co.in

Namma Metro Timing:

Purple Line

Monday to Friday Timetable with reference from BYPH to MYRD
Line -1 BYPH-MYRD-18.06.2017.
HEADWAY  – Ref BYPH. HEADWAY  – Ref MYRD.
FROM TO Headway FROM TO Headway
Pilot Train   05:00:00 Pilot Train   05:00:00
05:30 06:30 15 mins 05:30 07:00 15 mins
06:30 07:00 10 mins 07:00 07:40 10 mins
07:00 07:35 8 mins 07:40 08:15 7 mins
07:35 08:30 5 mins 08:15 09:10 5 mins
08:30 09:10 4 mins 09:10 09:50 4 mins
09:10 10:00 5 mins 09:50 10:40 5 mins
10:00 10:18 6 mins 10:40 11:15 8 mins
10:18 10:40 8 mins 11:15 16:25 10 mins
10:40 16:00 10 mins 16:25 17:20 8 mins
16:00 16:40 8 mins 17:20 17:50 5mins
16:40 17:10 5 mins 17:50 18:30 4 mins
17:10 17:50 4 mins 18:30 20:40 5mins
17:50 20:00 5 mins 20:40 21:40 6 mins
20:00 21:00 6 mins 21:40 22:20 8 mins
21:00 21:40 8 mins 22:20 22:30 10 mins
21:00 22:00 10 mins 22:30 23:00 15 mins
21:00 23:00 15 mins

Green Line Timing

 

Monday to Friday Timetable with reference from NGSA to PUTH
Line -2 NGSA to PUTH – 18.06.2017.
HEADWAY  – Ref NGSA/PYID. HEADWAY  – Ref PUTH.
FROM TO Headway FROM TO Headway
Pilot Train   05:00:00 Pilot Train   05:00:00
05:30 05:50 20 mins 05:30 05:50 20 mins
05:50 06:35 15 mins 05:50 07:28 15 mins
06:35 06:55 10 mins 07:28 07:48 10 mins
06:55 08:08 8 mins 07:48 09:01 8 mins
08:08 08:35 7 mins 09:01 09:22 7 mins
08:35 10:00 6 mins 09:22 10:46 6 mins
10:00 10:15 7 mins 10:46 11:00 7 mins
10:15 10:40 8 mins 11:00 11:33 8 mins
10:40 16:00 10 mins 11:33 16:53 10 mins
16:00 16:48 8 mins 16:53 18:03 8 mins
16:48 17:10 7 mins 18:03 20:19 6 mins
17:10 19:39 6 mins 20:19 20:50 8 mins
19:39 20:05 8 mins 20:50 21:20 10 mins
20:05 21:30 10 mins 21:20 22:05 15 mins
21:30 22:50 20 mins 22:05 23:00 20 mins

For More Information about Namma Metro Timing Visit http://english.bmrc.co.in/TravelInfos

Namma Metro fare

6.Mumbai | Mumbai Metro

Mumbai is the city which is known for its local trains also has Metro Rail. Currently, only one line is completed having the length of 11.40KM. It consists of 12 stations from Versova to Ghatkopar.

Mumbai Metro

  • Inaugural Run:8 June 2014
  • Stations:12
  • Length:11.40KM
  • Terminals: Versova to Ghatkopar
  • Daily ridership:2.77 lakh.

Mumbai Metro Websites:

Mumbai Metro Stations

  • Versova
  • D N Nagar
  • Azad Nagar
  • Andheri
  • Western Highway
  • Chakala JB Nagar
  • Airport Road
  • Marol Naka
  • Saki Naka
  • Asalpha
  • Jagruti Nagar
  • Ghatkopar

Mumbai Metro

Mumbai Metro Timings

Monday To Saturday

  • Service Between:05:30 hrs until 24:00 hrs.
  • The 1st train will leave at 05:30 hrs from both terminals i.e. Versova and Ghatkopar.
  • The last train from Versova will leave at 23:10 hrs.
  • The last train from Ghatkopar will leave at 23:35 hrs.

Weekend (Sunday)

  • Service Between:05:30 hrs until 24:00 hrs.
  • The 1st train will leave at 05:30 hrs from both terminals i.e. Versova and Ghatkopar.
  • The last train from Versova will leave at 23:10 hrs.
  • The last train from Ghatkopar will leave at 23:35 hrs.

Mumbai Metro

Mumbai Metro Fare

For complete Fare, lists visit https://www.reliancemumbaimetro.com/fares

7.Jaipur | Jaipur Metro

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Jaipur Metro is the first metro in India to run on triple-storey elevated road and metro tracks. Currently, it has 9 stations working from Mansarovar to Chandpole Bazaar. It will cover 9.63KM including Jaipur Railway Station.

  • Inaugural Run:3 Jun 2015
  • Stations:9
  • Length:9.63KM
  • Terminals: Mansarovar to Chandpole Bazaar
  • Trains:10
  • Website: Jaipur Metro

Jaipur Metro Time-table from Mansarovar

From Mansarovar to First Passenger Train Last Passenger Train

New Aatish Market

6:29:00 AM 9:03:30 PM

Vivek Vihar

6:33:00 AM 9:06:00 PM

Shyam Nagar

6:35:00 AM 9:08:00 PM

Ram Nagar

6:38:00 AM 9:10:00 PM

Civil Lines

6:41:00 AM 9:13:00 PM

Railway Station

6:46:00 AM 9:17:00 PM

Sindhi Camp

6:50:00 AM 9:23:30 PM

Chandpole

6:53:00 AM 9:26:00 PM

 

Jaipur Metro Time-table from Chandpole

From Chandpole to First Passenger Train Last Passenger Train

Sindhi Camp

6:28:00 AM 9:23:00 PM

Railway Station

6:32:00 AM 9:26:30 PM

Civil Lines

6:36:00 AM 9:30:00 PM

Ram Nagar

6:40:00 AM 9:33:00 PM

Shyam Nagar

6:42:00 AM 9:35:00 PM

Vivek Vihar

6:45:00 AM 9:37:00 PM

New Aatish Market

6:49:00 AM 9:39:30 PM

Mansarovar

6:54:00 AM 9:43:00 PM

Jaipur Metro Fare Chart:

Jaipur Metro Fare

8.Chennai | Chennai Metro

Chennai Metro is the third largest Meto in India having the length of 45KM. It has 2 lines blue line and green line. Blue Line connects Chennai International Airport to Washermanpet whereas green line connects Chennai Central to St. Thomas Mount.

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Chennai Metro Green Line

  • Inaugural Run:29 June 2015
  • Stations:17
  • Length:22KM
  • Terminals: Chennai Central to St. Thomas Mount
  • Website: chennaimetrorail.org

Chennai Metro Blue Line

Metro Trains In INDIA

  • Inaugural Run:21 September 2016
  • Stations:17
  • Length:23.1KM
  • Terminals: Chennai International Airport to Washermanpet

Chennai Metro Fare:

Fare visit here

Chennai Metro Stations:

  • Washermanpet
  • Mannadi
  • High Court
  • Chennai Central
  • Government Estate
  • LIC
  • Thousand Lights
  • AG-DMS
  • Teynampet
  • Nandanam
  • Saidapet
  • Little Mount
  • Guindy
  • Alandur
  • Nanganallur Road
  • Meenambakkam
  • Chennai International Airport

 

9.Kochi | Kochi Metro

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Kochi Metro is the first metro in the country which connects rail, road and water transport facilities. Currently, it has 16 stations. The first phase is being set up at an estimated cost of ₹51.81 billion (US$720 million). Currently, it has a total length of 18.4KM. And connects the Aluva and  Maharaja’s College Stadium

  • Inaugural Run:17 June 2017
  • Stations:16
  • Length:18.4KM.
  • Terminals: Aluva and  Maharaja’s College Stadium
  • Website: Kochi Metro

Kochi Metro Fare Chart:

Kochi Metro FareChart

Kochi Metro Train Timings:

 

kochi metro train_timings

10.Lucknow | Lucknow Metro

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Lucknow metro is the fastest built metro rail system in the country. Currently, it has a total length of 23.7KM with 22 stations. Connecting  CCS International Airport with Munshi Pulia.

  • Inaugural Run:5 September 2017
  • Stations:21
  • Length:23.7KM.
  • Terminals: CCS International Airport with Munshi Pulia

Lucknow Metro Train Timings

  • First Train from Charbagh to Transport Nagar:6:00 AM
  • First Train from Transport Nagar to Charbagh:6:00 AM
  • Last Train from Charbagh to Transport Nagar:10:00 PM
  • Last Train from Transport Nagar to Charbagh:10:00 PM

Lucknow Metro Fare

  • 1 Station-10RS
  • 2 stations-Rs. 15
  • 3 to 6 stations-Rs. 20
  • 7 to 9 stations-Rs. 30
  • 10 to 13 stations-Rs. 40
  •  14 to 17 stations-Rs. 50
  • Over 18 stations-Rs. 60

11.Hyderabad | Hyderabad Metro

With having about 56KM length it is the second longest operational metro network in India after Delhi Metro. About 2,00,000 people are travelling on a daily basis. It consists of 2 lines as follows

Hyderabad Metro at Ameerpet Metro Station

Red Line: Miyapur – L.B. Nagar

Metro Trains In INDIA

  • Stations:27
  • Length:29.21 km.
  • Terminals: Miyapur – L.B. Nagar

Blue Line: Nagole – Raidurg

Metro Trains In INDIA

  • Stations:21
  • Length:25.3 km.
  • Terminals: Hi-Tec City with Nagole

Hyderabad Metro Fare

  • Minimum Fare for 2KM-Rs. 10
  • Maximum Fare for 26KM-Rs. 60

 

FARE CHART 

Hyderabad Metro Train Timings

Miyapur to LB Nagar

First Train-6AM

Last Train-10PM

Miyapur To Ameerpet

First Train-6AM

Last Train-10PM

Miyapur To Nagole

First Train-6AM

Last Train-10PM

LB Nagar To Miyapur

First Train-6AM

Last Train-10PM

LB Nagar To Ameerpet

First Train-6AM

Last Train-10PM

Nagole To Ameerpet

First Train-6AM

Last Train-10PM

  • Monday-Saturday-6AM TO 10:30 PM
  • Sunday-7AM TO 10:30 PM

12.Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar | Gujarat Metro

Ahmedabad Metro is the 12th metro system in India to be operational. Currently Gujarat metro is the smallest Metro In India Having the length of 6.5KM connecting Vastral Gam with Apparel Park.

Metro Trains In INDIA

  • Inaugural Run:4 March 2019
  • Stations:6
  • Length:6.5KM.
  • Terminals: Vastral Gam with Apparel Park.

13.Nagpur | Nagpur Metro

Nagpur Metro is the second metro from the state of Maharashtra after Mumbai Metro. Currently, Orange Line is operative with 11 stations having the length of 13.5KM connecting Sitabuldi And Khapri.On 7 March 2019 PM Modi inaugurates the Nagpur Metro via video conferencing along with Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Union Cabinet Minister Nitin Gadkari.Nagpur Metro

  • Inaugural Run:7 March 2019
  • Stations:11
  • Length:13.5KM
  • Terminals: Sitabuldi And Khapri

Upcoming Metro Rail Projects In India

As Of March 2019, these 13 cities have the metro train connectivity. And below is the list of cities which are under construction.

Navi Mumbai:

Expected Date: May 2020

Pune

Expected Date: June 2022

Kanpur

Expected Date: 2024

Bhopal

Expected Date: 2022

Indore

Expected Date: February 2023

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