The Blue Line Mumbai Metro is Also known as the Line1. It is the Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar line and is a part of the metro system for the city of Mumbai, India. The 11.40 km line is fully elevated and has 12 stations from Versova to Ghatkopar. The line connects the eastern and western suburbs of Mumbai. This estimated cost of Rs. 4,321 crore (US $ 610 million) and it is operated by Metro One Operation Pvt Ltd (MOOPL) on a 5-year contract. MOOPL is a joint venture company owned by Reliance Infrastructure (30%) and RATP Dev Transdev Asia (70%).
Blue Line/Line1 of Mumbai Metro Started operations on 8 June 2014. It has the eighth largest passenger density of any metro line in the world. Blue Line Mumbai metro has the longest curve of any metro line in India. There are a total of 64 curves on the line, with the deepest curve being 107 meters.
Blue Line Mumbai Metro Map-
The Blue Line Mumbai Metro Map currently has 12 Stations from Versova to Ghatkopar.
Blue Line Mumbai Metro Stations-
There are 12 stations on line 1 of mumbai metro. All stations have three levels that are accessed via stairs, escalators, and elevators. Trains depart from the second floor, which is platform level. There is a maximum gap of 85 mm between the platform and the train doors.
|Station No.||Station Name|
|Station Name(Hindi)||Interchange Connection|
|2||DN Nagar||डी.एन. नगर||Line 2 (UC)|
|3||Aazad Nagar||आझाद नगर||NONE|
|5||Western Express Highway (WEH)||पश्चिम एक्सप्रेस हाइवे||Line 7 (UC)|
|7||Airport Road||एअरपोर्ट रोड||NONE|
|8||Marol Naka||मरोल नाका||Line 3 (UC)|
|9||Saki Naka||साकी नाका||NONE|
|11||Jagriti Nagar||जागृती नगर||NONE|
|12||Ghatkopar||घाटकोपर||Central Line Railway|
*UC = Under Construction
There are 100 stairs (minimum 4 in each station), 45 lifts and 95 escalators at 12 stations of blue line Mumbai metro. The platforms have polycarbonate roofs that allow them to be lit naturally. The stations feature murals made by university students. Metro officials organized the “Maji Metro” festival and requested art and architecture students to enter a competition, where the winners were given the opportunity to design and style the “Mumbai” themed metro station.
At the Mumbai Metro Blue line, there are no parking facilities are available on the blue line of the Mumbai metro. Mumbai Metro Rail Development Authority stated that this was because there was no space available. Ghatkopar station is connected to the western part of Ghatkopar railway station through a 12-meter-wide foot-over-bridge.
Mumbai Metro Blue line fare-
The minimum and maximum fares on the Blue Line are Rs.10 and Rs.40 respectively, which is 1.5 times more the existing un-subscribed Best Buses fare for a given distance. Line 1/Blue Line uses an automated fare collection system (AFC). Commuters can also pay their fare using tokens or refillable smart cards.
Smart cards can be recharged online.
|From||Versova||DN Nagar||Azad Nagar||Andheri||Western Express Highway||Chakala/JB Nagar||Airport Road||Marol Naka||Saki Naka||Asalpha||Jagruti Nagar||Ghatkopar|
|Western Express Highway||20||20||20||10||10||10||20||20||20||20||30||30|
In January 2020, Mumbai Metro started issuing paper tickets with QR codes printed on it for the purpose of completely removing the plastic RFID-based tokens previously. In the same month, it launched an unlimited travel pass that can be purchased as an add-on to existing trip passes.
Blue Line Mumbai Metro Timings-
Services operate on Blue Line every day for 18.5 hours (5:30 AM to midnight). The headway on the line is 3 minutes during peak hours and 5 minutes during non-peak hours. 11:30 am to 4:30 pm is Non-Peak hour of Mumbai Metro.
First Train From Versova and Ghatkopar on Blue Line
|First Train From||Time|
Last Train From Versova and Ghatkopar on Blue Line
|Last Train From||Time|
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