Do's & Don'ts
Do's & don'ts while traveling by metro:
- Keep yourself before yellow line before boarding (generally all platform have it).
- Keep gap and distance from doors to allow other passengers to board the train.
- If Station staff suggest something please follow the instructions.
- Take care of your loose items like Saree, Dupatta, Dhoti and Bag etc. while boarding and de-boarding the train.
- Take care of your Bag/Purse/Luggage/Mobile while traveling or waiting at metro stations.
- Inform train operator in case any passenger/article stuck between train doors by pressing Passenger Emergency Alarm button/Handle.
- Take care and keep eye on the children & infants while traveling with them.
- Do not push co-passengers while boarding or de-boarding.
- Do not make noise or play music openly in train and metro premise.
- Do not fight with other passengers, if there is any issue get help from metro security.
- Do not try to enter/exit when train doors are being close. better late than never.
- Do not obstruct the closing of the train doors.
- Show your metro smart card or token at the entry gate or exit gate for the opening of flaps.
- Use of smart card gives you 10% discount on travel fee.
- Please ensure that entry or exit with a travel smart card was followed by a valid the system. In case of mismatch penalty will be payable as per business rule of metro department.
- Carrying token beyond exit gate is a punishable offence and attracts a fine or imprisonment.
- The refund of unused token can be returned within 60 minutes of purchase from purchasing station only.
Let’s fight COVID-19, together!
Follow the protocol given below for a safe ride:
- Wearing a MASK is mandatory for all passengers while in Metro premises.
- Entry at stations only after hand sanitization and thermal screening.
- Use a Smart Card for travel, which can be recharged digitally/online.
- Social distancing norms to be followed while using lifts and escalators.
- Passengers to sit on alternate seats in the train and while standing maintain appropriate distance.
- Let people alight first and then board the train, the train will stop for extra time.
- Carry all your belongings in hand or baggage during security frisking.
- Passengers having temperature or symptoms of COVID-19 will not be permitted to travel.
Metro news & updates
Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited has turned down a request from Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation seeking vacant land behind Kengeri Bus Terminal Metro Station. BMTC officials said they had asked for the land mainly for electric buses and also to set up a small bus stand.
The work of Patna Metro Rail Project has gained momentum. The construction work is in progress from Malahi Pakari to ISBT Bus Stand at Bairia. Under the Patna Metro project, a metro station will be built in the Science College campus of Patna University. It will be included in the six underground station routes of Patna under which underground stations are to be built.
Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) will complete the work of laying tracks on the route of two corridors of the metro in the next 12 days. With this, trial runs will be accelerated on the entire corridor of Metro 7 and Metro 2A. According to a senior MMRDA official, the track laying work has been completed on the 34 km long stretch of both the corridors. Only 571 meters of track is left to be laid near DN Nagar Metro Station. This work will also be completed by January 30.
The DPR for the expansion of Jaipur Metro Project has been prepared. The government can announce the expansion of Phase 1 in the budget. The government has also made up its mind regarding the project. Consider the expansion plan, there is a preparation to connect Delhi Road with Ajmer Road by Metro train. Metro will be expanded from Badi Chaupar metro station to Transport Nagar and from Mansarovar station to Ajmer Road. For this, Rs 1200 crore will be spent in 4.85 km. Due to this, the operation
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Two new attractive exhibits â€“ an original pantograph used by trains to draw power and models of Metro trains operational across the country have been added in the Metro Museum recently. A pantograph is an equipment which is mounted on the roof of the train and is used to draw power from the overhead electrification (OHE) wires. One such pantograph currently out of use has been refurbished and put for display at the museum. An information board along with photographs of pantographs used in Metr