Mumbai Metro Yellow Line Route Map

The Yellow Line is a metro line of the Mumbai Metro, a rapid transit system in Mumbai, India. It consists of 17 active stations of all Mumbai Metro network and operated by Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRC). Explore Mumbai Metro Yellow 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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Yellow Line Metro StationsInterchangeLayout
Dahisar East🚆️
Anand Nagar🚆️
Borivali West🚆️
Pahadi Eksar🚆️
Kandivali West🚆️
Malad West🚆️
Lower Malad🚆️
Bangur Nagar🚆️
Goregaon West🚆️
Lower Oshiwara🚆️
Andheri West🚆️

Under construction or proposed metro stations on Yellow line
◉ Mandale
◉ Nanavati Hospital
◉ Khira Nagar
◉ Saraswat Nagar
◉ National College (Bandra)
◉ Bandra
◉ Income Tax Office (BKC)
◉ SG Barve Marg
◉ Kurla (East)
◉ Eastern Express Highway
◉ Chembur
◉ Diamond Garden
◉ Shivaji Chowk (Chembur)
◉ BSNL, Govandi
◉ Mankhurd
◉ Indira Nagar
◉ Prem Nagar
◉ ESIC Nagar

Mumbai Metro Yellow Line Details

Line colorLine color is for indication purpose only.
Length of linePhysical length (distance between start and end) of Yellow line.
17 KM
Active stationsActive and functional stations count of Yellow Line.
17 stations
Inactive stationsCount of proposed or under-construction stations for Yellow line extension.
20 stations
Terminal stationsStart and End Stations of Yellow Line
Dahisar EastAndheri West
InterchangeNo. of lines connected or interchange count on Yellow line.
3 Interchange Stations - Dahisar East, Lower Oshiwara, Andheri West,

Mumbai Metro Yellow Line Route Map

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Mumbai Metro News & Updates

Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation has recently awarded a contract to ACES India Private Limited, a subsidiary of Riyadh-based ACES Company, for the implementation of in-building solutions to provide seamless telecom infrastructure for Metro Line 3, Colaba-Bandra. It aims to free commuters from the constraints of underground infrastructure, mobile networks and internet proliferation.
The latest Mumbai Metro lines 2A and 7 saw a remarkable ridership of 5,05,22,330 passengers in the five months since they began operations on April 2. Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority Commissioner Sanjay Mukherjee said some stations like Gundavali, Andheri West, Anand Nagar, Dahanukarwadi, Dahisar East, Kandivali West and Borivali West have emerged as 'passenger hotspots' for daily travel.
A general consultant for the proposed Kanjurmarg depot architectural work and staff quarters will be appointed by the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA). Earlier a tender was floated for this. According to the Indian Express report, bids can be submitted till October 16 for a deposit amount of Rs 17.34 lakh. In Kanjurmarg, an area of about 15 hectares has been earmarked for the construction of a depot under the elevated Metro Line 6 from Swami Samarth Nagar to Vikhroli Eastern Express Highway.
MMRDA has started the approval work of Metro 10 connecting Metro 4 and Mira Road. This will be a ten km long line which will be completed by 2027. It will start from Gaymukh and end at Mira Road. aThe planned metro will have a double-decker design for about 4 km, which will run above an elevated road between Gayamukh and Fountain Hotel on National Highway 8. The double-decker design cannot be widened further for the road at Ghodbunder. It will be built at a height of at least 20 meters from ground level.
The Maharashtra government is making efforts to create seamless transportation for the people in Mumbai. To achieve this goal, the Urban Development Department recently presented an order, under which it was said to expand Metro Line 2B. Metro Line 2B will connect Eastern Express Highway, Western Express Highway, Western Railway, Mono Rail and Central Railway. Additionally, it will also connect Metro Line 1, which has 12 stations on the Ghatkopar to Versova route, Line 2A (from Dahisar to DN Nagar), Line 3 (from Colaba to SEPZ), and Line 4 (from Wadala to Kasarvadavali).

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Mumbai Metro Yellow Line Route FAQs:

𝒜. The Mumbai Metro Yellow line has total 17 stations which includes elevated, overground, and underground stations.

𝒜. The Mumbai Metro Yellow line has 3 interchange stations those are connected with other lines of the metro. The name of interchange stations are: Dahisar East, Lower Oshiwara, Andheri West, .

𝒜. You should check the official website or offical twitter handle for this information.

𝒜. The length of Mumbai Metro Yellow Line is 17 KM, and it's terminal stations are Dahisar East & Andheri West.

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