The Blue Line is a metro line of the Mumbai Metro, a rapid transit system in Mumbai, India. It consists of 12 active stations of all Mumbai Metro network and operated by Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRC). Explore Mumbai Metro Blue Line route details like stations list, route map, interchange, fares, time and distance between source and destination, and top attractions nearby etc.
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|Blue Line Metro Stations||Interchange||Layout|
|◉ DN Nagar||⇅||🚆️|
|◉ Azad Nagar||⇅||🚆️|
|◉ Western Express Highway||⇅||🚆️|
|◉ Chakala JB Nagar||⇅||🚆️|
|◉ Airport Road||⇅||🚆️|
|◉ Marol Naka||⇅||🚆️|
|◉ Saki Naka||⇅||🚆️|
|◉ Jagruti Nagar||⇅||🚆️|
Mumbai 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
|Versova ⇄ Ghatkopar|
InterchangeNo. of lines connected or interchange count on Blue line.
|3 Interchange Stations - DN Nagar, Western Express Highway, Marol Naka,|
Mumbai Metro Blue Line Route Map
Interesting facts about Mumbai Metro Blue line
- Mumbai Metro Blue Line is the know as Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar Line.
- The line connects the eastern and western suburbs of Mumbai.
- Mumbai Metro Blue Line has the eighth highest passenger density of any metro line in the world.
- There are no parking facilities available on Blue Line 1.
- Mumbai Metro Blue Line metro first rake was shipped from Shanghai on 23 March 2010
- MMOPL is the first public-private partnership initiative for a metro project in India.
- Eight accidents occurred during the construction of Line 1. In total, 2 people were killed and 21 injured during the construction of the line.
- Mumbai Metro Blue Line on 100 staircases (minimum 4 in each station), 45 elevators, and 95 escalators on the 12 stations of Line 1.
- Earlier Mumbai Metro was to be named Reliance Metro, but due to public opposition, in February 2014, U.P.S. Madan, metropolitan commissioner of MMRDA, confirmed that RInfra had agreed to rename the project as Mumbai Metro from Reliance Metro.