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Navi Mumbai Metro Route

The Navi Mumbai Metro is a rapid transit system serving the city of Navi Mumbai in Maharashtra, India. Currently Navi Mumbai Metro network has 11 active stations. Find important and useful information like Navi Mumbai 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.

OperatorCity and Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO)
Operation start17 November 2023
Number of lines1 Metro Lines
Train length3 Coaches
No. of stations11 Active Stations
Metro timings⏱ Starting | Ending
06:00 AM | 10:00 PM

Navi Mumbai Metro Lines & Terminal Stations 2024

Metro linesTerminal stations
Line 1 LineBelapur Terminal Pendhar

Navi Mumbai Metro Route Map 2024

Navi Mumbai Metro Fare Chart 2024

Distance Zones (KM)Fare (₹)NCMC card Fare (₹)
0 - 2₹ 10₹ 09
2 - 4₹ 15₹ 13.50
4 - 6₹ 20₹ 18
6 - 8₹ 25₹ 23.50
8 - 10₹ 30₹ 27
Above 10₹ 40₹ 36

Navi Mumbai Metro’s fare prices structure and rules were announced on November 16, 2023. Fares are dependent the distance traveled.

Interesting Facts about Navi Mumbai Metro

  • The total number of metro lines in Navi Mumbai Metro is 1.
  • The total number of metro stations is 20.
  • The total length of Navi Mumbai Metro is 106.4 km, 23 km length is under construction and 83 km length is planned.
  • The total number of coaches in Navi Mumbai Metro is 3.
  • Navi Mumbai Metro is a rapid transit system.
  • The total estimated cost of Navi Mumbai Metro Line 2 from Taloje MIDC to Khandeshwar is Rs. 2820.20 crores.
  • The total number of stations between Taloje MIDC to Khandeshwar are 6.
  • The total estimated cost of Navi Mumbai Metro Line 3 from Taloje MIDC to Pendar is Rs. 1750.14 crores.
  • The total number of stations between Taloje MIDC to Pendar are 3.
  • The total estimated cost of Navi Mumbai Metro Line 4 from Khandeshwar to Navi Mumbai International Airport (NMIA) is Rs. 1270.17 crores.
  • Khandeshwar to Navi Mumbai International Airport (NMIA) stations are elevated and underground.

About Navi Mumbai Metro

The Navi Mumbai Metro, a Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS), is being built to serve Navi Mumbai (Belapur, Kharghar, Taloja & more) in Maharashtra by CIDCO. Construction of Phase 1, an 11.10 km line from CBD Belapur to Pendhar with 11 stations, began in November 2011. Due to delays in approvals, poor project management, and a lack of government interest.

While the Maharashtra government proposed a 106.40 km master plan with 6 lines, its implementation seems unlikely. The construction of Navi Mumbai Airport in Palvel – Ulwe may influence the announcement of new metro lines in the future. In June 2019, CIDCO granted DMRC the in-principle approval to implement Line-2 and Line-3 in Navi Mumbai. Subsequently, DMRC initiated local recruitment in October to fill various positions.

Navi Mumbai Metro Construction work:

Navi Mumbai Metro Construction work is divided in to three phases:

TerminalLengthStations
Belapur-Kharghar-Taloja-Pendhar11.10 KM11
MIDC Taloja-Kalamboli–Khandeshwar(extension to Airport proposed)10.30 KM8
Interlink between Pendhar and MIDC02 KM1
Total23.40 KM20

The 23.40-kilometer (14.54 mi) Line 1 has 20 stations, connecting CBD Belapur, Kharghar, Taloja, Taloja MIDC, Kalamboli, Kamothe, Khandeshwar railway station, and terminating at the proposed Navi Mumbai International Airport. In mid-2012, CIDCO awarded a ₹321 crore (US$40 million) contract for constructing the 11.1 km (6.9 mi) Belapur to Pendhar section to a consortium of Sanjose (Spain), Mahavira Road and Infrastructure (Navi Mumbai), and Supreme Infrastructure (Mumbai). Originally, the project had a deadline of 2016, which was later extended to mid-2017 and then mid-2018. As of January 2017, only 60% of the station work had been completed.

Navi Mumbai Metro News & Updates 2024

2023-12-22
Last month, the launch of Navi Mumbai Metro service, which has been waiting for 12 years, has received a good response from the passengers. More than 4.30 lakh passengers have used this service in just one month. Navi Mumbai generated ₹1.16 crore from ticket sales, Hindustan Times reported, adding that families are flocking to urban areas of the service to take advantage of it, especially during holidays.
2023-07-12
The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has decided to connect the proposed 'Metro 12' line between Kalyan-Dombivli-Taloja with the Belapur-Pendhar line in Navi Mumbai. Therefore, passengers will have an easy and fast option to travel between Kalyan and Belapur in the coming years.
2023-05-05

The City and Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO), the nodal agency for the Navi Mumbai Metro (NMM) project, has approved implementation of NMM Line 2, 3 and 4 with modified mode of transport viz MetroNeo in place of standard gauge Metro.

The development comes as the metro agency is readying to operationalise Line 1 once the final statutory clearance of Commission of Railway Safety (CMRS) is received.

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Navi Mumbai Metro FAQs

𝒜. Following are the list of items restricted for commuters to carry during Pune metro travel: Firearms, knives, and sharp objects. Alcohol, cigarettes, e-cigarettes, matches and lighters. Flammable substances such as petrol and diesel.

𝒜. No, photography/videography is prohibited in station & train for security reasons.

𝒜. No, under normal circumstances; passengers are not allowed to carry licensed gun onboard. However, after taking prior approval of security in-charge one may carry licensed arms & ammunition in a metro.

𝒜. No, Navi mumbai metro trains do not have different classes.

𝒜. There will be random checking of ticket in the train/station. The metro system works on a closed system basis wherein a passenger has to buy the ticket to enter the train and also while exiting the ticket is checked by the system.

𝒜. Animals including the pet animals are strictly not permitted on Navi Mumbai metro property.

𝒜. When entering the system, customers should hold their children and fold strollers.

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