Bangalore Metro is fast becoming the lifeline of commuters in the areas where it is operational. This high-speed and low cost transit medium is a boon for commuters as it offers a safe, reliable, comfortable and fast journey. Phase 1 Network of Namma Metro The phase 1 network of Namma Metro consists of two corridors, […]
The Bangalore Metro system is also known as Namma Metro. The Metro has become one of the most favored public transportation modes for daily commuters of Bangalore. Civil construction of Namma Metro had started on 15th April 2007. Its sixth and final section was inaugurated on 17th June 2017 by the President of India.
Presently, the Metro is second only to Delhi Metro in length of the operational network. The 42.3 kilometers long Namma Metro serves 41 stations across Bangalore. It has color coded lines and three types of stations, underground, elevated and at-grade. The government of Karnataka in cooperation with Government of India has formed the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd or BMRCL to operate and regulate the Namma Metro. Read more here.
The Bangalore Metro, christened as “Namma Metro” began operations in October 2011. Since then it has turned into the lifeline for a large number of commuters in Bangalore. With the increase in the floating population of the city this rapid transit rail system has been a boon for the daily commuters facing hardship due to […]
The Karnataka State Industrial Investment and Development Corporation (KSIIDC) plans to structure the city airport terminal (CAT)- Parade Grounds at M G Road being the starting point. The HSRL (high speed rail link) will connect the BIA, Devanahalli to the various centres of the city. The KSIIDC, nodal agency for implementation of the project, plans […]