The Jaipur Metro Pink Line also is known as East-West Corridor and is part of the rapid transit system in Jaipur city of India. It consists of 9 metro stations from Mansarovar in the west to Chandpol in the east. The line, with a length of 9.63 kilometers (5.98 mi), is mostly high and has been laid to connect the oldest part of Jaipur to the rest.
It is the metro line that got the green signal on 3 June 2015 and was named the Pink Line, as the line passes through the Pink City.
Pink Line plans to interchange with the Orange Line of Jaipur Metro. It also connects Manasarovar, Asia’s largest colony with Jaipur Junction and Sindhi Camp Bus Stand of Indian Railways. All the stations except Chandpole in Elevated.
Under Phase-I B, the Pink Line is expected to be extended 2.349 km further east from Chandpol station. Two additional stations will be built to extend the line to Badi Chaupar. The stations of this extension are expected to be: Choti Chaupar & Badi Chaupar.
Jaipur Metro Map: Pink Line
Pink Line Stations Of Jaipur Metro Station:
Jaipur Metro Fare (Updated) : Pink Line
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- There is Also TOURIST CARD Available in Jaipur Metro. 2 Types of Tourist Cards Are Available in Jaipur Metro, ONE DAY Tourist Card and THREE DAY Tourist Cards are currently Available, Details Mentioned Under –
|Total Cost of the|
Card ( In Rupees )
|ONE Day Tour Card |
(Can be Used on any one
buisness Day for unlimited
number of trips)
|50 Rs.||50 Rs.||100 Rs.|
|THREE Day Tour Card|
(Can be Used on any three
consecutive buisness days
for unlimited number of trips)
|150 Rs.||50 Rs.||200 Rs.|
- Groups Tickets Can also be issued for more than 20 commuters on their request, at a discount of 10%
More Details on Fare can be found here.