Metro Route Map PDF – Route Map of All Metro’s in India

Metro Route Map PDF are a official one releasing by organization managing each metro’s. Metro Route Map’s are very helpful to plan our journey through metros’. Metro rails are a popular way of urban commutation in India. Kolkata Metro is the first metro service of India, which is started operation on 1984. But, Delhi Metro is the most popular metro service in India. Metro and metrolite networks constructions are on the way on many of Indian tier two cities. You will get Metro Route Map PDF and station list of all Indian metros from below.


Operational Metro’s in India

Delhi Metro:

As told earlier Delhi Metro is the popular metro in India. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) is the owner and operator of the Delhi Metro rail network. Currently Delhi Metro have 348.12 km of length and 255 stations. Delhi Metro network is a engineering wonder, which is expanding to new lines every year. Delhi Metro started it’s commercial operations on 24th December 2002.

Mumbai Metro:

Mumbai Metro is serving Mumbai metropolitan area from 8th June of 2014. Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) and Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRC) are the operators of the Mumbai Metro. Mumbai Metro is a mega project with 356 km of metro line. But, only 30 km are operational now. We are expecting opening of new Mumbai Metro line in coming up years.

Bangalore Metro:

Bangalore Metro are also known as Namma Metro. Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) is the organization controlling day-to-day operations of Namma Metro. 52.1 kilometers of metro line 52 stations are active now in Bangalore Metro network. As per the reports, four more lines of Namma Metro are under construction and planning to open by 2024.

Hyderabad Metro:

Hyderabad Metro is the first metro in India, which is implemented on Public-Private Partnership (PPP) mode. Hyderabad Metro are also known as HYD Metro and LT Metro. L&T Metro Rail Hyderabad Ltd (L&TMRHL) & Hyderabad Metro Rail Limited (HMRL) are the the organizations responsible for managing operations of Hyderabad Metro. Hyderabad Metro have 60 active stations spanning across 66.5 kilometers of metro lines. Three lines of Hyderabad Metro are Red, Green and Blue.

Chennai Metro:

Chennai Metro commenced it’s commercial operations on 29th June 2015. Currently, Chennai Metro have Blue and Green Lines with a total length of 54.65 kilometers. Chennai Metro is connecting major points of the city through 43 stations. Chennai Metro Rail Limited [CMRL] is the organization assigned for management of Chennai Metro. CMRL seriously considering expansions because of good response from public on traveling Chennai Metro.

Kolkata Metro:

Kolkata Metro is the first metro in India, which begins it’s operation on 24th October 1984. Also, Kolkata Metro is the one and only metro system under Indian Railway. But, Kolkata Metro don’t have a wide network by connecting major points of the metropolitan area. Civil constructions of more lines progressing on Kolkata Metro network. 38.6 kilometers of metro lines and 34 stations are operational now under Kolkata Metro.

Lucknow Metro:

Lucknow Metro is the mass rapid transit system serving Uttar Pradesh’s capital, Lucknow. Red Line from CCS Airport to Munshipulia with a length of 22.87 kilometers and 21 stations are active now on Lucknow Metro. The ownership and operational rights of Lucknow Metro are holding by Uttar Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation Limited [UPMRC]. Blue Line from Charbagh to Vasant Kunj are now under construction.

Gurgaon Rapid Metro:

Gurgaon is a pre-planned metropolitan area near to National Capital Region (NCR). Currently Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) is responsible for operation of Gurgaon Rapid Metro. Gurgaon Metro have 12.85 kilometers of length consisting of 11 stations. Currently, Gurgaon Metro is interchanging to Delhi Metro at Sikanderpur station.

Noida Metro:

Noida Metro is connecting Noida with Greater Noida. Noida Metro is inaugurated on 25th January of 2019. Noida Metro Rail Corporation (NMRC) is a body constituted for management of Noida Metro. Noida Metro is interchanging with line of Delhi Metro on Sector 51 station. Noida Metro currently have a single line, known as Aqua Line. Aqua Line have 29.7 kilometers of length and 21 stations.

Jaipur Metro:

Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan and pink city of India. Jaipur also have a short metro system. As of now, Pink line with a length of 11.98 kilometers and 11 stations are active on Jaipur Metro. State-owned Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation (JMRC) is the managing organization of Jaipur Metro. Second phase with 23.51 kilometers of metro track connecting major destinations of Jaipur are now under construction.

Kanpur Metro:

Kanpur Metro is a rapid transit system serving Kanpur, biggest city of Uttar Pradesh. Orange line with a length of 8.98 km consisting of 9 stations are operational now Kanpur Metro system. Uttar Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation Limited [UPMRC] is the body assigned for operation and construction of Kanpur Metro. UPMRC expecting a boom in ridership through opening new lines for public soon.

Kochi Metro:

Kochi Metro is the mass rapid transit system serving Kerala’s commercial capital, Kochi. A Blue Line with a length of 24.6 kilometers are operational now. Blue line have 25 active stations from Aluva to Tripunithura. Kochi Metro Rail Limited (KMRL) is the organization assigned for operation and construction of next phases of Kochi Metro. The first run of Kochi Metro is occurred on 17th June of 2017. Recently, Prime Minister of India laid foundation stone for second phase of Kochi Metro.

Nagpur Metro:

Nagpur is the third largest city of Maharashtra after Mumbai and Pune. Nagpur Metro commenced it’s operation on 8th March of 2019. Maha Metro is the constructer and operator of Nagpur Metro. Blue and Orange Lines with a span of 26.6 kilometers are operational now Nagpur Metro network. Nagpur Metro is one of first eco-friendly mass rapid transit project in India.

Pune Metro:

Pune is a tier one city in India. The commercial operation of Pune Metro is commenced on 6th March of 2022. Totally 10 stations from Purple and Aqua Lines are operational. The length of total operational line are 12 kilometers. The ridership of Pune Metro is too low than other metro systems in India because of short length. Maha Metro expecting a boom in ridership by opening new line soon.

Ahmedabad Metro:

Ahmedabad is a city among eight tier one Indian cities. Blue Line from Vastral Gaam to Apparel Park is now open for public. Gujarat Metro Rail Corporation is the authority assigned for construction and operation of Ahmedabad Metro. Ahmedabad Metro are also known as Metro-Link Express for Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad (MEGA) Co. Ltd. Second phase of Blue Line and Red Line of Ahmedabad Metro is now under construction.

Under-Construction Metro’s in India

Agra Metro:

Agra is well-known because due to the presence of Taj Mahal, one of the world wonder. Agra Metro is a under-construction metro with Red and Blue Lines. Agra Metro have a total length of 29.65 kilometers with 29 stations. The DPR of the entire project is created by Rail India Technical and Economic Service (RITES). As per the latest report, construction of Agra Metro is progressing fast under supervision of Uttar Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation (UPMRC).

Bhopal Metro:

Bhopal Metro are also known as Bhoj Metro. Bhopal Metro is a heavy metro system with more than hundred kilometers. 27.87 km are included in the first phase and construction of rest phases will start soon. Madhya Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation (MPMRC) is the authority organized for implementation of Bhopal Metro. MPMRC are hardly working to open Bhoj Metro before 2024.

Indore Metro:

Indore Metro is the second metro constructing under supervision of Madhya Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation (MPMRC). Metro is an must want urban commute system about Indore city. Indore Metro is also a heavy metro system like Bhopal Metro. But, Yellow Line with span of 33.53 kilometers are only under construction now. The proposed Indore Metro have a total length of 124 kilometers.

Patna Metro:

Patna is the capital city of Bihar. Patna Metro is an under-construction project supervising by Patna Metro Rail Corporation (PMRC). Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) is also a part of Patna Metro’s construction as a general consultant. Two corridors with a length of 32.91 kilometers are now under construction. PMRC and Bihar Government targeting to open Patna Metro for public by 2024.

Surat Metro:

Construction of Surat Metro is just started by Gujarat Metro Rail Corporation (GMRC). First phase of Surat Metro is proposed with 40.35 km and 38 stations. The first corridor of Surat Metro are constructing from Sarthana towards Dream City. The second corridor will connect Bhesan to Saroli. The civil works of Surat Metro not commenced till now and pre-construction work are progressing now.

Navi Mumbai Metro:

Navi Mumbai Metro is an under construction rapid transit for Navi Mumbai metropolitan area. Navi Mumbai Metro is an project implementing by City and Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO). Navi Mumbai Metro is an heavy metro system with a length of 106.4 kilometers. Currently, 11.13 km of track are under construction on the supervision of Maha Metro. The under construction line will connect CBD Belapur with Pendhar.

Proposed Metro’s in India:

Thane Metro:

Thane is a densely populated city, which is part of Mumbai Metropolitan Region. Recently Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) dropped metrolite project and decided to implement a regular metro instead of metrolite. Recently, Thane Municipal Corporation decided to appoint Maha Metro as constructer of Thane Metro. The project is still waiting for approval from government. Thane Metro will have a single line spanning 29 km as per the proposed plan.

Meerut Metro:

Meerut Metro is integrated with Delhi–Meerut Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS) for increasing effectiveness. So, first phase of Meerut Metro will open for public with RRTS project, which is expected to be operational by 2025. Uttar Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation Limited (UPMRC) is holding the ownership of Meerut Metro. But, the construction of first phase transferred to National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) for easiness of Meerut Metro’s integration with RRTS. First phase of Meerut Metro have a length of 35 kilometers consisted with 24 stations.

Coimbatore Metro:

Coimbatore Metro is the second metro project of Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL). Another name of Coimbatore Metro is Kovai Metro. Coimbatore Metro is proposed with Red and Blue Lines spanning 45.87 kilometers. This project still under consideration of Tamilnadu Government. The officials of Tamilnadu Government replied that they are expecting to complete Coimbatore Metro construction within 2027.

Gorakhpur Metro:

Gorakhpur Metrolite is a light rail transit (LRT) system for Gorakhpur. Rail India Technical and Economic Service (RITES) is the organization initiated DPR and UPMRC is assigned as the constructer of Gorakhpur Metrolite. Gorakhpur Metrolite is proposed with Red and Blue Lines connecting all major points of the city. First phase of the Gorakhpur Metrolite includes 27.41 km of metro track and 27 stations.

Varanasi Metro:

Varanasi is a densely populated city of north India with 15 lakhs of population. Uttar Pradesh government is now seriously considering implementation of a rapid transit system in Varanasi. Varanasi light rail transit system is proposed with 19.35 kilometers of line and17 stations. Uttar Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation Limited [UPMRC] is the agency appointed to proceed with Varanasi Metro implementation.

Jammu Metro:

Government of Jammu and Kashmir and Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs (MoHUA) are considering a metrolite project for Jammu city. The DPR of Jammu Metrolite is prepared and submitted by RITES. The authorities are still holding implementation of Jammu Metro due to lower number of estimated ridership.

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