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Journey time: 21 minutes
Frequency: 3.5 minutes, going down to 3 minutes during peak hours
Fares # (2003-2004 level)
Rs. 6 upto 3 Kms.
Rs. 8 between 3 8 Kms.
Rs. 10 beyond 8 Kms.

# Fares indicated are for 2003-2004 level and shall be revised @ 11% every fourth year (rounded off to the nearest rupee). Fares shall be fixed by Government of Maharashtra, through a notification.


The Proposed Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar Metro corridor will be 11.40 Km long double line on elevated viaduct with Standard Gauge (1435 mm)
The proposed alignment starts at Versova, runs along the JP Road, crosses the SV Road and Western Railway tracks to the North of existing Andheri Suburban Railway Station
The alignment travels on the MV Road ( Andheri-Kurla Road). It crosses the Western Express Highway (WEH) above the existing flyover and reaches Sakinaka
From Sakinaka the alignment travels along the Andheri-Ghatkopar link Road upto Asalpha
After Asalpha, the alignment crosses the Kadam Road and runs through Golibar Road upto LBS Marg after taking almost 90 degrees turn behind the Sarvodaya Hospital
From the LBS Marg the alignment passes along the Heera Chand Desai Road upto Ghatkopar proposed Metro Station near the Ghatkopar Suburban Railway Station
The take off point for Car depot is located near proposed DN Nagar Metro Station


Elevated Viaduct with PSC Segmental construction
12 Elevated stations over the roads
Car Depot at DN Nagar
Ballastless track
Operational Control Centre (OCC), Metro Head Office and maintenance depots in the Car Depot premises
There are twelve stations on the route. They are:
D.N. Nagar
Azad Nagar
Western Express Highway (WEH)
Airport Road
Marol Naka
Saki Naka
Subhash Nagar
Asalpha Road

Rolling Stock

World class trains
Safe and reliable
Improved traveling experience
Air-conditioned coaches
Fast and comfortable journey
Automatic doors with Obstruction Detection
Frequency of 3.5 minutes, going down to 3 minutes during peak hours
Environment friendly
Special provisions for physically challenged
Onboard Passenger Announcement System
Visually appealing
Low noise in coaches
Information display system
Fire retardant coaches

Signaling & Telecommunications

Safe, fast and reliable systems
Highest Safety Integrity Level
Train to control room communication via radio system
All stations connected through fiber optics for communication
Public Announcement facility for information on trains
Public Information Display System available for displaying the information schedule of trains coming on platform
CCTV for continuous surveillance and monitoring
State of art communication systems
Telephone System
Train Radio System
Master Clock

Power supply, Electrical & Mechanical Systems

State of art SCADA System for monitoring and control of power supply system
Energy efficient and aesthetic lighting system
Sate-of-art fire detection and suppression system
Modern signages for guidance of passengers
User-friendly lifts for disabled and elderly passengers
Heavy duty escalators with state-of-art safety features
25kV OHE type Traction Electrification
Input Power Supply for two Traction Sub-stations (one as standby)
Reliable power supply for stations with DG set and UPS back-up

Automatic Fare Collection (AFC)

Simple, easy to use and operate automatic ticketing system
World class system with AFC Gates for entry and exit to save time of commuters, and handle large number of passengers
Special gates for physically challenged passengers
Proposed fare media
Contactless smartcard
Plastic Magnetic tickets/ tokens
Proposed ticket types
Single ride ticket
Multi-ride ticket
Stored value ticket
Tourist ticket

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