The first six-car metro in the green line between Yelachenahalli and Nagasandra was flagged off by Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy on Monday (28 January), reports Deccan Herald.
The Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) has also introduced two more six-car trains on the Purple line between Byappanahalli and Mysuru road. According to the BMRCL, both the Green and Purple line has an average footfall of four lakh passengers.
The green line of the Namma Metro is 24.20 km long and has 23 stations while the Purple line is 18.1 km long with 17 stations on it. Read More
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