Jaipur Metro is a rapid transit system in the city of Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.
Construction on the first phase, covering 9.63 kilometers (5.98 mi) of the route from Mansarovar to Chandpol Bazaar, commenced on 13 November 2010 and was completed in 2014.
The Jaipur metro rail system after Kolkata Metro, Delhi Metro, Bangalore Metro, Gurgaon Metro, and Mumbai Metro is the sixth metro rail system in India. Jaipur Metro is the first metro in India to run on triple-story elevated roads and metro tracks. Phase 1-B was to start operations from Chandpol to Badi Chaupar in March 2020, But it has been Delayed and not Yet Started.
Jaipur Metro Map:
Jaipur Metro Route Network
Jaipur Metro is being built in 2 phases. Phase I consists of a pink line and Phase II includes an orange line. Currently, the Pink Line is under construction.
Implementation of Phase 1A of the project (approx. 9.63 km length from Mansarovar to Chandpol), in which civil works, permanent causeway, depots and traction, and power supply, etc. were being managed by DMRC. Route I-A completed 9 stations and 9.63 kilometers (5.98 mi) of route length, of which 0.95 kilometers (0.59 mi) are underground and 9.13 kilometers (5.67 mi) elevated.
The remaining first line, Phase 1B (2.349 kilometers of 2 stations), is scheduled to be completed by 2020. The second phase (23.099 km of 20 stations) is planned to be completed by 2021. With the completion of Phase I and II, the network will span 35.078 kilometers and 31 stations.
The PINK LINE of Jaipur Metro
The first route of Jaipur Metro (East-West Corridor) will connect Mansarovar to Badi Chaupar via Civil Lines and Chandpol. In Phase I-A, the metro is running between Mansarovar to Chandpol. The process of construction of Phase-1B between Chandpol and Badi Chaupar is underway and is awaiting its completion. It is the metro line that got the green signal on 5 June 2015 and is named the Pink Line, as it takes passengers to the Pink City. The depot for this line is located at Mansarovar.
There were plans to make Jaipur Metro in phases. Phase-I A (9.63 km) was completed in 2014, and Phase-I B and Phase II are scheduled for completion in 2020. Work on Phase-I B has been started, while Phase II planning has started.
Concession for operation and maintenance of Stage 1 and Stage 2 is to be given on PPP basis.
Jaipur Metro Train Timing:
Trains run at a frequency of 10 to 15 minutes between 6:45 and 21:00, depending on-peak and off-peak times. Trains running within the network typically travel at a speed of 40 km / h (25 mph) and stop at each station for approximately 20–40 seconds. Automatic station announcements are recorded in Hindi and English. Many stations have services such as parking, ATM, and mobile recharge. Eating, drinking, smoking, and chewing gum is prohibited throughout the system. The metro also has a sophisticated fire alarm system for advanced warning in emergencies, and fire-retardant materials are used in trains as well as station premises. Navigation information is available on Google Transit. The first coach of every train is reserved for women …
Jaipur Metro Fare:
|MSOR||6 Rs||6 Rs||6 Rs||12 Rs||12 Rs||12 Rs||18 Rs||18 Rs||18 Rs|
Abbreviations used in Fare Matrix (Full Names Of Places According to Their ShortForm)
|Station Code||Station Name||Station Code||Station Name|
|NAMT||New Atish Market||MRSN||Metro Railway Station|
|VKVR||Vivek Vihar||SICP||Sindhi Camp|
Jaipur Metro Time Table:
Jaipur Metro Full Time Table Can Be Found Here.