Bengaluru Metro Services to Close Earlier Than Usual on this Saturday

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Bengaluru Metro Services in the city will halt their operations earlier than usual on this Saturday (16/2/18). Services on both the purple and green line will close 45 minutes earlier due to maintenance.

According to BMRCL officials, these periodic shutdowns are necessary and will be taken up to carry out maintenance work of the tracks.

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Changes in the Timings

On Saturday, the last service from Nagasadra, Yelachenahalli, Bayappanahalli, and Mysuru road will be at 10:15 PM instead of 11 PM. On Sunday, services on both purple and green line will start at 10:30 AM instead of 8 AM from the terminal stations.

This was a quick update we wanted to share with you so that you can plan your travel and schedule accordingly. Please share this with your fellow friends and spread the word.

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