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Ritul Pandey

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The testing of underground metro-3 Colaba-BKC-SEEPZ in Mumbai has been completed. This 33.5 km long underground railway will start operating soon. Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation has invested Rs 37,000 crore for this project and there was also a controversy over the cutting of trees in Aarey for the car shed of this metro. The first phase of this metro line is likely to start in the month of July. Therefore, the ‘connect to disconnect’ metro line connected to 27 railway stations will give Mumbaikars relief from traffic jams.

Mumbai’s first subway is named Aqua Line and it starts from Aarey. There are 27 stations on this 33.5 km long route, out of which 26 are subway stations. The work of building the tunnel for this route started in the year 2017. But this project was affected due to COVID-19 and the car shed dispute. The first phase of this underground metro will start in the month of July and traffic will be started from Aarey Colony to BKC (Bandra-Kurla Complex). Mumbai currently has three metro lines. One will be added to it.

Timetable of the first underground metro

The first underground metro will run 260 trips per day. These trips will be conducted from 6.30 am to 11.00 pm and using the metro instead of the road will save time. This metro will run at a speed of 90 km per hour. This 35 km route takes 2 hours even by road Travel By metro, this can be completed in 50 minutes.

Stations of the first underground metro

Cuffe Parade, Vidhan Bhavan, Churchgate, Hutatma Chowk, CSMT Metro, Kalbadevi, Girgaon, Grant Road, Mumbai Central Metro, Mahalaxmi, Science Museum, Acharya Atre Chowk, Worli, Siddhivinayak, Dadar, Shitladevi, Dharavi, BKC, Vidyanagari, Sahar Domestic This underground metro has 27 stations at Airport, Sahar Road, International Airport, Marol Naka, MIDC, SEEPs and Aarey Depot. The first phase of the underground metro from BKC to Aarey will start in July. But the entire project will take another eight months to complete.

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