Mumbai Metro Routes

The Mumbai Metro is a rapid transit system serving the city of Mumbai in Maharashtra, India. Currently Mumbai Metro network has 12 active stations. Here you will get information about Mumbai Metro such as metro lines, train starts from, train ends to, route map, top attractions in city nearby metro stations, interesting facts, fare chart, city metro news etc.

◩ Mumbai Metro Lines (Terminal Stations)
  Blue Line (Versova - Ghatkopar)
  Yellow Line (Dahisar West - D.N. Nagar)
  Aqua Line (Cuffe Parade - Aarey Depot)
  Green Line (Kasarvadavali - Wadala)
  Orange Line (Kapurbawdi - Kalyan APMC)
  Pink Line (Swami Samarth Nagar - Vikhroli EEH)
  Red Line (Dahisar East - Andheri (East))
  Gold Line (Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Airport - Navi Mumbai International Airport)
  Red Line (Dahisar East - Subhash Chandra Bose Stadium)
  Green Line (Gaimukh(Thane) - Shivaji Chowk (Mira Road))
  Green Line (Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus - Ganesh Nagar)
  Orange Line (Kalyan Apmc - Taloja)
  Purple Line (Mira Road - Virar)
  Magenta Line (Vikhroli - Kanjurmarg)

Mumbai Metro Fare Chart

No. of StationsFare (Rs.)
Less than 3 Stations10
3 to 5 Stations20
6 to 9 Stations30
More than 9 Stations40

Store Value Pass (SVP) customers are eligible for Cash-Back as per the following
Recharge Amount (Rs.)Cash-back %Cash-back Amount (Rs.)
600+10%Rs.10 per Rs.100

Please note that the trip passes are not refundable and the remaining trip/amount cannot be carried forward.

  • Children upto 3 feet height can travel free on all days.
  • On Weekends children below 12 years can travel to any destination on a flat promotional fare of Rs 10/-.

Interesting Facts about Mumbai Metro

  • The Mumbai Metro is a rapid transit system serving the city of Mumbai, Maharashtra, and the wider metropolitan region.
  • It is being built in three phases over a 15-year period, with overall completion expected in 2025.
  • As of August 2020, Mumbai metro consisted of 1 operational line (Line 1 - elevated metro from Versova to Ghatkopar).
  • In June 2006, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh laid the foundation stone for the first phase of the Mumbai Metro project.
  • A successful trial run was conducted in May 2013, and first line of the system entered into operation on 8 June 2014.
  • Mumbai Metro fare starts Rs. 10 to Rs. 40 for Single Journey Token.
  • When completed, the core system will comprise eight high-capacity metro railway lines, spanning a total of 235 kilometres.
  • The 33.5-kilometre (20.8 mi) Colaba-Bandra-SEEPZ line will be built at a cost of Rs.21,000 crore (US$2.9 billion), and will be the city's first underground metro line.
  • MML-3 to be 100% Electricity Driven System, leading to zero carbon emission
  • Capacity of each train is approximately 2500 passengers.
  • The design speed of the train is 90 kmph. The commercial speed of the train will be 35 kmph including stoppages.
  • Automatic fare collection system and contact-less smart card will ensure "zero" revenue loss.
  • Penalties starts from Rs. 50 to Rs. 5000 or Imprisonment on various offences.
  • For the convenience of our passengers, there are many signages installed to guide you to the entrances and exits.
  • The metro station is divided into paid and unpaid area. The unpaid area houses the ticket counters, Ticket Issuing Machines (TIMs) and Remaining Value Checking Terminal (RVCTs). You can purchase a ticket and use it to enter the paid area through the AFC gates.
  • QR code Based Mobile tickets can be purchased through Paytm & Ridlr App.
  • Mumbai Metro has Black Box (like airplanes) to record all vital information (1st time in a Metro in India).
  • Metro has an average speed ~33 kmph, Maximum speed ~80 kmph, Design Speed ~ 90 kmph.
  • The 1st train will leave from Versova at 05:20 hrs and VIVO Ghatkopar at 05:29 hrs. The last train from Versova will leave at 23:20 hrs. The last train from VIVO Ghatkopar will leave at 23:46 hrs. But Subject to change from time to time.

Latest Metro News

The Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRC) has set-up a Disaster Control Room to resolve monsoon-related grievances along the 33.5 KM long Colaba Bandra-Seepz Metro-3 corridor. Control room numbers are: 9136805065 and 7506706477.

DMRC personnel are monitoring the wellbeing of the workers and contractual staff engaged in various projects in Delhi NCR and Mumbai at various sites on a daily basis. A number of labour welfare measures have been implemented.

Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has issued several directives to ensure the health and economic security of around 3500 labourers engaged in projects in Delhi NCR and 1770 in Mumbai during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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