All you need to know about the New Metro Line of Bangalore is at a glance

New Metro Line of Bangalore

Bengaluru is all set to stretch its Green line of Metro which will be accessible to commuters from 18 June. By this, we have a complete Phase 1 of the Metro ready which has a wide spread of 42.3 km stretch across the city. We all have traveled from Bayapanahalli to Mysore Road and from Majestic to Nagasandra. Now, with this green line connecting to Yelechenahalli, we can enjoy an easy accessibility to South Bangalore. Are you excited? Come, let us know about the New Metro Line of Bangalore on today’s read.

Nagasandra in the North and Yelechanahalli in the South

The green line has a stretch of 24.2 km with 24 stations and the terminals. The line connects Nagasandra in the North and Yelechanahalli in the South. It is said that trains will run at a frequency of four minutes during peak hours while at other times, it will wield every six minutes. So, on an average, it just takes you 45 minutes to cover the entire green line including stoppage.

Which are the stations that come in the way?

The new limb of Green line runs up to Yelachanahalli in the south and the major stops include KR Market, Lal Bagh, South End Circle, and Banashankari. The line covers 10 stations with the 4km of a stretch between Sampige Road to National College being underground and the rest of the corridor has a rear view.

New Metro Line of Bangalore
Green Line

Note: You have an option to switch from Green line to the Purple line or Viceversa at Majestic which is revamped with two level interchange station. Amazing thing is that it will come out of the paid area and you can buy a single ticket for the complete journey.

Parking Facilities: Chickpet, KR Market, National College, Lal Bagh, South End Circle, JP Nagar and Yelechanahalli.

Also Read: Interesting Facts about Namma Metro

Ticket Cost

Approximately it may cost Rs.55 for the entire north to the south corridor (As per the BMRCL) while the fare chart for the Green line is yet to be released. It is anticipated that 5 Lakh commuters can easily travel across the North and the South of Bangalore.

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From Bayapanahalli to Mysore Road or from Nagasandra to JP Nagar with all the permutation and combinations considered, your travel in Bangalore has made easy and convenient. Thanks to BMRCL and the Karnataka Government for making this happen.

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