Guwahati Metro Route

The Guwahati Metro is a rapid transit system serving the city of Guwahati in Assam, India. Currently Guwahati Metro network has 0 active stations. Find important and useful information like Guwahati Metro route, metro lines, service operation timings, first train, last train, route map, fare chart, top attractions near metro station, metro station nearby, news and more.

OperatorGuwahati Metropolitan Development Authority
Number of lines4 Metro Lines

Guwahati Metro Lines & Terminal Stations 2024

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Guwahati Metro Route Map 2024

Interesting Facts about Guwahati Metro

  • Guwahati MRTS project has been enlisted by the Govt. of India as planning stage project.
  • M/s RITES Ltd. completed Feasibility Report and the DPR (Phase-I) for the Rail based MRTS for Guwahati in January, 2016.
  • The DPR (Ph-I) prepared for total length of 61.4 Km has four corridors.
  • Govt. approved DPR for MRTS and formation of the State owned Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) namely Guwahati Metro Rail Corporation Limited.
  • State Cabinet in January, 2017, has reviewed the project and suggested to recast of DPR (Phase-I) for Rail based MRTS with additional metro corridors from Dharapur to Guwahati Airport and
  • North Guwahati to AIIMS and joining of all major points in Phase-I.
  • In the meanwhile, the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA), Government of India has introduced new Metro Policy, 2017.
  • M/s RITES Ltd. will prepare the Comprehensive Mobility Plan (CMP) & Alternative Analysis (AA) Report for Guwahati.
  • On approval of the CMP & AA report the DPR for Mass Transit system will be recast and prepared accordingly.
  • DPR Report will include integration of various transport modes, last mile connectivity, seamless transfer and universally accessible infrastructure.
  • The works will take 6 months of time once formal agreement is signed with RITES.

About Guwahati Metro

The Guwahati Metro project envisions a swift transit system for the city of Guwahati, located in the Indian state of Assam. The comprehensive plan entails the development of four distinct corridors, collectively spanning a substantial distance of 61.42 kilometers during the initial phase of the project.

The Feasibility Report and Detailed Project Report (DPR) of the Guwahati Metro Phase 1 project was prepared by RITES in January 2016. On 26 February 2016, the state government of Assam approved the formation of the Guwahati Metro Rail Corporation Limited (GMRCL) to execute this DPR and the project.

Subsequently in January 2017, the state cabinet of the new government reviewed the project and suggested revising the DPR with additional lines connecting Dharapur to Guwahati airport and North Guwahati to AIIMS in Phase I itself.

By March 2020, RITES has been tasked with preparing a Comprehensive Mobility Plan (CMP) and Alternative Analysis (AA) report for Guwahati. After approval of these reports, the DPR of Guwahati Metro will be revised and finalized accordingly.

Guwahati Metro Proposed Phase 1 Metro Routes:

Line NameTerminalsTotal DistanceNo. of Station
Line 1Dharapur – Narangi (Elevated)22.6 km22
Line 2MG Road – Khanapara (Underground)10 km10
Line 3Jalukbari – Khanapara (Elevated)19.4 km14
Line 4ISBT – Paltan Bazar9.4 km8

Guwahati Metro Fares (Ticket Prices)

The fare structure, prices, and rules for Guwahati Metro have yet to be announced.

Guwahati Metro News & Updates 2024

On Tuesday, a senior official of the Shipping Ministry said that the Kochi Water Metro model can be adopted in many other places like Kolkata, Mumbai, Guwahati and Goa. In a virtual meeting chaired by MoPSW Secretary TK Ramachandran, senior officials from around 30 states and union territories are coming together to deliberate on ensuring comprehensive development of maritime and waterway transport across India.
Inaugurating the Neelachal flyover at Maligaon here, CM Himanta Biswa Sarma said, "If we want to lay the track at Silpukhuri, one terminal will be at Dighalipukhuri and the other at Chandmari." In such a situation, it is not possible to lay a metro line for short distance, but, this upcoming 6-lane highway connecting Baihata Chariali, Narangi, Kuruva via Jagiroad to Dispur will form a ring road. And after the completion of the ring work, the metro train will run over the ring. Metro trains will enter and exit Guwahati through the ring.
Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi launched a series of railway projects along with commissioning a plant of methanol and laying the foundation stone for a bridge over the Brahmaputra river during his visit to Guwahati on Friday.

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