In a few years, commuters arriving at the Kilambakkam bus terminus could board a metro train to reach the city without much hassle, as Chennai Metro Rail Limited has started preliminary work to extend its network by initiating a feasibility study.
Commuters using the metro train in Chennai were welcomed with a beautiful sight as the trains were decked with elaborate decorations on Tuesday (30 October). Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL)
It has been three years since metro trains started operating in the city but Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) is yet to operate all the services in automatic mode.
A public interest litigation petition filed in the Madras High Court recently sought a direction to the Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) to fix the minimum ticket fare at ₹5 per person and follow the same pricing as suburban electric trains operated by the Southern Railway.
Emerging as the symbol of eco-friendly transport services in the city, Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) will soon have electric vehicle charging stations for commuters to recharge their electric bikes and cars.