The Lucknow Metro Transport is a rapid transit system that serves the city of Lucknow in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India.
Report: Lucknow Metro Map 2021
Lucknow Metro Map Consists of two lines in the Lucknow metro system. Red line is the first line that started its operation and Blue line is the second but it is under construction as of now.
Construction of the Redline Lucknow Metro Map started on 27 September 2014 from Transport Nagar to Charbagh Railway Station. It started its commercial operation on 5 September 2017, making Lucknow metro the fastest built metro rail system in the metro map of the country.
Full operation on the Lucknow Metro Red Line from Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport Metro Station to Munshi Pulia Metro Station started from 9 March 2019.
Lucknow Metro Map covers a distance of 22.87 km with 22 stations. It is the 8th longest operational metro network in India after Delhi Metro, Hyderabad Metro, Chennai Metro, Namma Metro, Kolkata Metro, Noida Metro, and Kochi Metro.
Check Metro map of Lucknow Metro Line Wise: UPMRC
Overview of UPMRC Lucknow Metro map
The Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation (LMRC) a part of UPMRC has appointed 35 customer relations assistants to help passengers, especially senior citizens, to get their tickets on the station. LMRC has provided free RO drinking water, toilets, escalators, and elevators at all of their stations.
The Lucknow Metro (LMRC) project is Uttar Pradesh’s most expensive transport system, with a total cost of about $2 billion in Phase 1A (Red Line) and 1B (Blue Line), with a cost of Rs. 62,828 crores (the US $970 million). Phase 1A is currently now operating within 22 Stations. The Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation (LMRC) is a 50:50 joint venture between the Government of India and the Government of Uttar Pradesh was established for the construction and operation of the metro train.
Once completed, the Lucknow Metro will have 2 lines (1A and 1B), the Red Line (North-South) line, covering a total of 22.87 km (14.21 mi) Operates along the length from Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport to Munshi Pulia Square. It is Completed now and operating successfully.
The Blue Line (East-West) will run from Charbagh railway station to Vasant Kunj. The Charbagh railway station will serve as a junction station between the red and blue lines. In addition, Metro Phase 2 and 3 will include 6 lines of 74 km. Lucknow metro Phase 2 will get 3 lines from Lucknow IIM to Rajajipuram, Indira Nagar to CG City, and CG City to CCS International Airport.
Phase 3 will be 3 lines from Munshipulia to Jankipuram, Charbagh to SGPGI, and Secretariat to CG City. Lucknow metro Phase 4 map will expand the metro to outer areas and satellite cities.
The current phase to be completed is between Munshi Pulia and Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport. The time taken from one time to the other end will be about 50 minutes, with a maximum fare of Rs. 60.
Lucknow Metro Corridor: Phase 1, 2 and 3
- Phase 1 – Secretariat To CG City South Extension.
- Phase 2 – CCS (Chaudhary Charan Singh) Airport to Atal. Bihari Vajpai Stadium.
- Phase 3 – Indira Nagar Metro Station to Atal Bihari Vajpai Stadium Metro Station.
- Phase 4– Charbag Metro Station to SGPGI(Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences) Metro Station.
- Phase 5– IIM Lucknow to Rajajipuram Stadium.
- .Phase 6 – MunshiPulia to Jankipuram Metro Station
LMRC Metro Stations in Lucknow
|Total number of metro stations||21|
|Number of interchange stations||0|
|Number of Elevated stations||17|
|Number of underground stations||4|
|Number of stations At-Grade||0|
LMRC Project Timeline:
Lucknow Metro Red Line Station-
- 27 September 2014: Construction started on Lucknow Metro.
- 6 August 2015: Lucknow Metro gets approval from the Public Investment Board (PIB), Government of India.
- 22 December 2015: The Union Cabinet approved the construction of Rail Project Phase-1A.
- 30 March 2016: LMRC became a 50:50 joint venture between the Government of India and the Government of Uttar Pradesh, to expedite the approval processes for Lucknow Metro. As a result, the LMRC Board is reorganized with five nominated directors nominated by both the Government of India and the Government of Uttar Pradesh, in addition to three full-time directors. Additionally, the Chief Secretary of Uttar Pradesh is replaced by the Union Urban Development Secretary as the ex-officio Chairman of the LMRC.
- 18 September 2016: 90% of the work completed in the construction of Rail Project Phase-1A.
- 20 October 2016: LMRC starts work on Faizabad Road, performs Bhoomi Puja for Phase 1A Extension.
- December 2016: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh left the train at Transport Nagar Depot for a trial run on the priority section up to Alambagh station. The inaugural ride was driven by two women.
- 20 June 2017: The fifth metro train arrived at Transport Municipal Depot.
- 8 July 2017: The sixth and final metro train set arrives for the first phase requirement.
- 27–28 July 2017: The Commissioner of Railway Safety (CMRS) conducts on-site inspections to confirm Metro’s readiness for service.
- 29 August 2017: The opening ceremony was confirmed on
- 5 September 2017: It is announced that metro trains will run between Transport Nagar and Charbagh.
- 5 September 2017: Home Minister and Member of Parliament for Lucknow, Rajnath Singh and Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath inaugurated Lucknow Metro for service between Transport Nagar and Charbagh railway station.
- 23 February 2019: Work on the entire North-South Corridor (Red Line) was completed, CMRS approved for commercial run. The entire line will be inaugurated on 8 March 2019.
- March 8, 2019: Prime Minister Narendra Modi fully inaugurates the Lucknow Metro’s Red Line.
Lucknow Metro Blue Line Station-:
- August 2019: The revised DPR is yet to be approved by the state government and LMRC is yet to get the land for the metro, which is scheduled to come near the upcoming Vasant Kunj Metro station.
Lucknow Metro Awards:
- Lucknow Metro was ranked 2nd for ‘Best in Metro for Innovative Design’ at the 5th Annual Metro Rail Summit in New Delhi behind Delhi Metro. It competed against other metro projects in the country like Mumbai Metro, Jaipur Metro, etc.
- Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation (LMRC) was awarded in the Gold Category, a Vanity Award at the European Society for Quality Research (ESQR) Choice Prize Award 2016.
- Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation won the Dun & Bradstreet Infra Award in the Metro Rail category in 2017 for completing the “Priority Corridor” of North-South Corridor (Phase 1A) and commissioning the project in a record time of less than three years. . .
- Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation won the International ‘Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents’ (RoSPA) award. LMRC was awarded the Silver Award for its Phase 1A (North-South Corridor) in the Project / Infrastructure category for the year 2018.
- Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation (LMRC) was certified with the highest green rating (ie Platinum rating) by Green Building Council of India (IGBC).]
- Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation (LMRC) has International Standardization Organization (ISO) 14001: 2004 and Occupational Health and Safety Evaluation Series (OHSAS) 18001: 2007 certificate in recognition of the organization’s integrated management system in compliance with ISO and OHS standards and requirements.
- Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation (LMRC) was awarded the “Best Urban Mass Transit” project during the 10th Urban Mobility India Conference and Exhibition and Kodatu XVII Conference under the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs in Hyderabad, Telangana in November 2017.
- Managing Director of (LMRC) Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation, Kumar Keshav was honored with the ‘Shan-e-Lucknow’ award by the organizers of the Lucknow Book Fair and a special postal envelope was issued as the logo, emblem, and emblem of the Lucknow Metro.
- Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation (LMRC) on 15 October 2016 won the first Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Memorial Award on Innovation in Governance.
Metro Station Route In Lucknow :
|1-Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport||12-Sachivalaya|
|3-Transport Nagar||14-KD Singh Stadium|
|4-Krishna Nagar||15-Lucknow University|
|5-Singar Nagar||16-IT College|
|7-Alambagh Bus Station||18-Lekhraj Market|
LMRC Fare Chart:
Lucknow Metro Fare Chart (Prices)
• Single journey fares on Lucknow Metro are dependent on the number of stations traveled. Paper tickets are issued with QR codes.
|1 Station||Rs. 10|
|2 Stations||Rs. 15|
|3-6 Stations||Rs. 20|
|7-9 Stations||Rs. 30|
|10-13 Stations||Rs. 40|
|14-17 Stations||Rs. 50|
|Above 18 Stations||Rs. 60|
- GoSmart Card–This Is a kind of Prepaid Card best for travelers who travels a lot. It offers a 10% discount over single fare journey fares. This card can be topped-up at any station’s ticket office, ticket vending machines (TVM), recharge Card Terminal, r even online. It can also be recharged from LMRC’s website or via UPI.
- Tourist Card– It is specially made for tourists and is available in denominations of 100 (unlimited travel for 1 day) and Rs. 250 (unlimited travel for 3 days). A refundable security deposit of Rs 100 is payable at the time of purchase, which will be returned while returning the card back to the counter.
Metro Map of Selected Lines-
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