The Blue Line is a metro rail line of the Chennai Metro, a rapid transit system in Chennai, India. It consists of 25 stops of all Chennai metro active stations and operated by Chennai Metro Rail (CMRL). Explore Chennai Metro Blue Line metro route details like metro stations list, route map, line interchange, fares, time and distance between source and destination, and top attractions nearby etc.
|Blue Line Metro Stations List||Change|
|◉ High Court||⇅|
|◉ Chennai Central||⇅ ⇄|
|◉ Government Estate||⇅|
|◉ Thousand Lights||⇅|
|◉ AG DMS||⇅|
|◉ Little Mount||⇅|
|◉ Alandur||⇅ ⇄|
|◉ Nanganallur Road||⇅|
|◉ Chennai International Airport||⇅|
|◉ Sir Theagaraya College||⇅|
|◉ Toll Gate||⇅|
|◉ Gowri Ashram||⇅|
|◉ Wimco Nagar||⇑|
Chennai Metro Blue Line Details
Line ColorLine color is for indication purpose only.
Length of LinePhysical length (distance between start and end) of Blue line.
Active StationsActive and functional stations count of Blue Line.
Inactive StationsCount of proposed or under-construction stations for Blue line extension.
Terminal StationsStart and End Stations of Blue Line
InterchangeNo. of lines connected or interchange count on Blue line.
|2 Stations - Chennai Central, Alandur,|
Chennai Metro Blue Line Route Map
The Chennai Metro Blue Line is the rapid transit system serving the city of Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. There is a total of 25 stations on this line that cover from Chennai International Airport to Wimco Nagar with a total distance of 32.1 km. The groundbreaking on this line project was conducted on 16 April 2008 and all metro stations were opened to the public on 21 September 2016.
If you travel on the Blue Line of the Chennai Metro, you will find only One interchange stations in the middle, which are as on Green Line at Arignar Anna Alandur metro station.
Kind your information Chennai metro Blue line is 13 stations are underground and 12 stations are elevated. Do You Know that the first phase of the Chennai Mass Rapid Transit System, India's first elevated line between Chennai Beach and Thirumayilai opened in 1995 with an extension to Velachery in 2007.