The Patna Metro is a rapid transit system serving the city of Patna in Bihar, India. Currently Patna Metro network has 0 active stations. Find important and useful information like Patna 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.
|Operator||Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC)|
|Operation start||March 2025|
|Number of lines||2 Metro Lines|
|Train length||3 Coaches|
|Metro lines||Terminal station||Terminal station|
|▣ Red Line|
|▣ Blue Line|
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Interesting Facts about Patna Metro
- The total number of metro lines in Patna Metro is 2, one is Red and 2nd is Blue
- The total number of metro stations is 26 in Phase 1.
- The total length of Patna Metro is 32.91 km in Phase 1.
- The total number of coaches in Patna Metro is 3.
- Patna Metro is a rapid transit system.
- In july 2018 by Bihar Chief Secretary Deepak Kumar the total estimated cost of Patna Metro is 19,500 cr.
- In the first phase, five stations of Patna Metro will be operational by March 2025.
- An agreement was signed between Patna Metro and Japan International Cooperation Agency for a loan of ₹5,520.93 crore (US$690 million), which was 60% of the cost of the project.
- In July 2021, PMRC organized a competition to design the logo of Patna Metro
About Patna Metro
The Patna Metro, an urban Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS) currently under development in Patna, Bihar's capital and largest city, is being constructed by the Patna Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (PMRCL). The Phase 1 project of the Patna Metro spans 30.91 km and consists of two lines with a total of 26 stations. The Detailed Project Report (DPR) for this phase was prepared by RITES and received approval from the state government of Bihar on February 9, 2016.Patna Metro Construction work:
In September 25, 2018, the Bihar government granted approval for the establishment of Patna Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (PMRCL) to oversee and execute the Patna Metro project. To aid in its implementation, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) was appointed as the General Consultant (GC) by PMRCL. The project received the approval of the Central Government on February 6, 2019, and on February 17, 2019, Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for the project.
The DMRC made an announcement in November 2019 regarding modifications to the Detailed Project Report (DPR) and alignment of two lines. These changes resulted in the construction of a second interchange at Khemni Chowk, the removal of Line-1's depot at Aitwarpur, and the inclusion of two new stations at Ramkrishna Nagar and Jaganpura. To fund the project, the DMRC intends to secure an official development assistance (ODA) loan from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).
The groundwork for Phase 1 of the Patna Metro commenced in November 2020, with NCC initiating the initial preparations. Piling for the construction work started in December 2020. Although the original deadline for the completion and opening of the first section of Patna Metro was set for August 2023, it is now anticipated to be finished and operational by August 2025. The entire Phase 1 project is scheduled to reach completion in 2025.Patna Metro Fares (Ticket Prices)
The fare structure, ticket types, and rules for Patna Metro have not been disclosed yet. These details will be determined and made public closer to the commencement of commercial operations. The Patna Metro Rail Corporation intends to incorporate advanced technologies in its automatic fare collection (AFC) system, enabling the use of QR codes and Near Field Communication (NFC) phones to access the system.List of Patna Metro Lines 2023:
|Lines||Total Lenght||Total no. of Stations|
|Line-1 (East – West Line): Danapur Cantonment – Khemni Chak||16.86 km (Approved Line)||14|
|Line-2 (North – South Line): Patna Junction Railway Station – New ISBT||14.05 km (Approved Line)||12|