Mumbai monorail map, fare, route, tickets: All you need to know
The much-delayed 11.28 kilometre second phase of the Chembur-Wadala-Jacob Circle monorail network runs from Jacob Circle to Wadala. The route is 19.54 kilometres long and now the country's first monorail system is fully operational.
India's first monorail finally started rolling on tracks in Mumbai on Sunday. Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis inaugrated and travelled on the Monorail's maiden journey with Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal. The much-delayed 11.28 kilometre second phase of the Chembur-Wadala-Jacob Circle monorail network runs from Jacob Circle to Wadala.
The entire route has now completed with the execution of its second phase. The route is 19.54 kilometres long and now the country's first monorail system is fully operational. The second phase of the project has been completed by the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA).
CM Fadnavis believe that with Mumbai Monorail route now passengers can commute hassle free after the execution of its second phase. First 8 km route that commissioned in 2014 was merely a joyride due to no last mile connectivity.
Here the details like map, fare, route, tickets: All you need to know
Route of Mumbai Monorail:
The Mumbai Monorail is the third largest route in the world, with a total length of around 20 kilometres after Chinese and Japanese Monorails with 98 and 28 kilometres according to MMRDA Commissioner RA Rajeev.
The stations on the Mumbai Monorail are: Chembur - VNR and RC Marg - Fertilizer Colony - Bharat Petroleum - Mysore Colony - Bhakti Park - Wadala - GTB Nagar - Acharya Atre Nagar - Wadala Bridge - Dadar East - Naigaon - Ambedkar Nagar - Mint Colony - Lower Parel - Chinchpokli - Jacob Circle
The safety certificate for phase II of the Monorail was delivered in April 2018, however, there were no rakes to run the services, the Times of India reported. The inaugural run took place on Sunday and the regular services commence from Monday.
Fare of Mumbai Monorail:
The ticket prices for the complete 17-station is kept between at Rs 10, Rs 20, Rs 30 and Rs 40 depending upon the distance.
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Map of Mumbai Monorail:
Map of the Mumbai rail is not officially updated on the website, however, the frequency of the train is expected to be around 20-25 minutes. Commuters will be able to travel from Wadala to Jacob Circle in only 24 minutes through Monorail, while the distance between Chembur and Sant Gadge Maharaj Chowk can be completed in just 42 minutes.
The entire corridor would help increase the footfall from 4.5 lakh commuters per month in Phase 1 to almost 30 lakh commuters per month, according to CM Fadnavis.
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