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The Mumbai Metro is a rapid transit system serving Mumbai city, Maharashtra, and the wider metropolitan area. The system is designed to reduce traffic congestion in the city, and complement the congested Mumbai Suburban Railway (normally called local trains) network. Mumbai Metro is being built in three phases over 15 years, expected to be completed in 2025. Upon completion, the core system will have eight high-capacity metro railway lines, spanning a total of 235 Kilometers (146 mi) and serviced by 200 stations.

Number of linesOperational -1 | Under-construction-3 | Approved-3 | Planned-3
Number of stations12 Stations
Began operation08- Jun- 2014
Number of vehicles16 Trains
Train length4 coach trains
Average speed33 km/h (21 mph)
Top speed80 km/h (50 mph)
MMRD Metro

Mumbai Metro operating line-

Mumbai Metro Map

Mumbai Metro Map
Mumbai Metro Map

Mumbai Metro Route Lines

There will be a total of 10 Lines in MMRD Metro Named As Line 1, Line 2, Line 3, and so on Till Line 10. The Lines are also color-coded as follows-

Line NameLine ColorTotal StationsStatus
Line 1Blue Line12 StationsOperational
Line 2Yellow Line39 StationsUnder Construction
Line 3Aqua Line27 StationsUnder Construction
Line 4Green Line32 StationsUnder Construction
Line 5Orange Line17 StationsUnder Construction
Line 6Pink Line13 StationsUnder Construction
Line 7Red Line13 StationsUnder Construction
Line 8Gold Line08 StationsPlanned
Line 9Purple LineNo Data YetPlanned
Line 10Magenta LineNo Data YetPlanned
*Green, Orange, And Red Lines have Extensions As Approved which is not listed here.

Mumbai Metro Stations

MMRD Metro will have Around 200 Stations covering about 235 Kilometres once it is fully constructed. It’s 25% of the stations will be underground and is being built in 3 Phases in 15 years expected to be completed by 2025.

Phase 1 of Mumbai Metro Line ( 2006-2011)

Line NameCorridor NameDistance (KM)
Line 1Versova – Andheri – Ghatkopar11.07
Line 2Bandra – Kurla – Mankhurd13.37
Line 3Colaba – Bandra – Seepz38.24
MMRD Metro Line Phase 1

Phase 2 of Mumbai Metro Line (2011-2016)

Line NameCorridor NameDistance(KM)
Line 4Charkop – Dahisar7.5
Line 5Ghatkopar – Mulund12.4
MMRD Metro Line Phase 2

Phase 3 of Mumbai Metro Line (2016-2021)

Line NameCorridor NameDistance(KM)
Line 6BKC – Kanjurmarg via Airport19.5
Line 7Bandra (E) – Dahisar (E)16.5
Line 8Hutatma Chowk – Ghatkopar21.8
Line 9Sewri – Prabhadevi3.5
MMRD Metro Line Phase 3

Mumbai Metro Current Working Line-

Line Line ColorFromToAvg Frequency
1BlueVersovaGhatkopar3 Min At peak Hour
8 Min at Non-Peak Hour
MMRD Metro Line

Mumbai Metro Line

Line 1 or BLUE Line: Line 1 connects Versova in the western suburbs with Ghatkopar in the central suburbs, covering a distance of 11.4 kilometers (7.1 mi). It is fully elevated and has 12 stations. Work on the Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar corridor, a part of Phase I, began on 8 February 2008. An important bridge of the project was completed in late 2012. The line opened for service on 8 June 2014.

Line 2 or YELLOW Line: Line 2 Yellow Line This corridor is being executed in two phases i.e. 2A and 2B.The 18.589 km (11.551 mi) long 2A corridor is being executed by DMRC from MMRDA. The corridor has 17 stations (from Dahisar (West) to D.N.Nagar) and it costs Rs 64.1 billion (equivalent to Rs 72 billion or the US $ 1.01 billion).

Line 3 or AQUA Line: This Line corridor is built almost entirely underground, and is 33.50 km (20.82 mi) long with 27 stations. The metro line will connect the Cuffe Parade business district in the south of Mumbai with SEEPZ and Aarey in the north. It will also pass through Mumbai’s domestic and international airports, for which the airport operator (GVK) has committed an equity investment of Rs 7.77 billion (equivalent to ? 9.4 billion or US $ 132.29 million in 2019).

Line 4 or GREEN Line: Line 4 of the Mumbai Metro envisages a 32.32 km (20.08 mi) long elevated corridor, covering 32 stations from Kasaravadavali (near Thane) in the north. It costs estimated to be 165.96 billion (equivalent to Rs. 180 billion or 2.30 billion US dollars in 2019). The project will help connect the Thane city of Mumbai to an alternative mode of public transport.

Line 5 or ORANGE Line: The 24.9 km long Thane-Bhiwandi-Kalyan. MMRD Metro-5th corridor will have 17 stations and Rs. 8,416 crores Rs. It will be a fully elevated corridor. It connects Thane to Bhiwandi and Kalyan in the eastern suburbs, a 12th line will be made a further extension to Taloja in Navi Mumbai.

Thane (West) includes Kapurbawadi, Balkum Naka, Kasheli, Kalhar, Poorna, Anjur Phata, Dhamankar Naka, Bhiwandi, Gopal Nagar, Temghar, Rajanuli Village, Govegaon MIDC, Kongaon, Durgadi Fort, Sahajanand Chowk, Kalyan Railway Station. Kalyan APMC.

Line 6 or PINK Line: The 14.47-km-long Lokhandwala-Jogeshwari-Vikhroli-Kanjurmarg Metro-6th corridor will have 13 stations and costs Rs. 6,672 crores. It will be an elevated corridor. It will connect Lokhandwala Complex in Andheri with Vikhroli in the western suburbs and Kanjurmarg in the eastern suburbs.

The stations include Lokhandwala Complex, Adarsh Nagar, Momin Nagar, JVLR, Shyam Nagar, Mahakali Caves, SEEPZ Village, Saki Vihar Road, Ram Bagh, Powai Lake, IIT Powai, Kanjurmarg (W), Vikhroli-Eastern Express Highway.

Line 7 or RED Line: The corridor is 16.475 km (10.237 mi) long, and runs from Dahisar (East) in the north to Andheri (East) in the south, with another extension to Bhayandar in the north, and Mumbai Airport is in Terminal 2 South. The line is partially elevated (under construction, with completion for 2019), and partially underground (approved, with construction planned to begin in 2018).

Line 8 or GOLD Line: It is a proposed metro line between Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Airport to Navi Mumbai International Airport. It will connect Mumbai Airport with the upcoming Navi Mumbai Airport and will have a length of about 32 km.

Below 2 project is now on the DPR stage.

Line 9 or PURPLE Line: This is a proposed metro project to connect Mira Road to Virar. The length of the project is 23 km and the estimated cost of the project is 6900 crores.

Line 10 or MAGENTA Line: This is a proposed metro project connecting Vikhroli to Kanjurmarg and further to Ambarnath-Badlapur. It will have an intersection at Kanjurmarg with line 6 i.e. pink line. The project is now on the DPR stage. The length of the project is 45 km and the estimated cost of the project is 13,500 crores.

MMRD Metro Fare Slab

Kilometers (Km)Fares (Rs.)
Upto 310
3 to 810
8 to 1220
12 to 1520
15 to 2030
20 to 2530
25 to 3030
30 and above40
MMRD Metro Fare Slab

Mumbai Metro Fare

Mumbai Metro Fare Starts from Rs 10 and according to Stations Traveled the maximum amount is Rs 40

FromVersovaDN NagarAzad NagarAndheriWestern Express HighwayChakala/JB NagarAirport RoadMarol NakaSaki NakaAsalphaJagruti NagarGhatkopar
DN Nagar101010202020303030304040
Azad Nagar201010102020202030303040
Western Express Highway202020101010202020203030
Chakala/JB Nagar302020201010101020202030
Airport Road303020202010101010202020
Marol Naka303020202010101010202020
Saki Naka303030202020101010101020
Jagruti Nagar404030303020202010101010
Mumbai Metro Fare

Mumbai Metro Running Time

The headway between each train on Weekdays from Versova to Ghatkopar is (From Monday to Friday) will be 3 and half minutes at peak hours, and 8 minutes at non-peak hours. The headway between each train on Saturdays during peak hours will be around 5 to 6 minutes. The headway between each train on Sundays or Public Holidays will be 8 minutes.

**If you have a Smart Card of MMRD Mumbai Metro Rail, Then You can Recharge it from here. – RECHARGE MUMBAI METRO CARD

Mumbai Metro Time First Train –

First Train FromTime
Versova05:20 AM
Ghatkopar05:29 AM
First Train Timing MMRDi Metro Versova to Ghatkopar

Mumbai Metro Time Last Train –

Last Train FromTime
Versova11:20 PM
Ghatkopar11:46 PM
Last Train Timing MMRD Metro Ghatkopar to Versova

Passengers can also buy tickets on their mobiles and enter the gates through QR code payment. The service is provided by Paytm and a QR code is generated on the travelers’ phone which is read by the scanners at the gate upon entry and exit.