Taxi service provider Mega Cabs is starting share cab services from 1 August in 21 metro stations in Chennai to provide last-mile connectivity, The Hindu reports. Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) officials have said that currently 11 of the 42 Phase I stations have share auto and share car services.
Chennai Metro: Since the time it began operations in 2015, Chennai Metro has seen its highest ever ridership in April 2019. Interestingly, it was also the first time the daily ridership crossed one lakh.
In a move to provide commuters with refreshment options and make commercial use of the vast floor spaces in the its stations, Chennai Metro Rail Limited will open food kiosks and other retail outlets, reports Times Of India.
Chennai Metro: Great news for Chennai residents! Travelling across the city has become easier for passengers with PM Narendra Modi recently inaugurating the last leg of the Chennai Metro Rail’s Blue Line and also announced six underground metro stations.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswamy will inaugurate 9.5 km underground stretch of the Chennai Metro between Washermenpet and AG-DMS via a video conferencing from Tiruppur on Sunday (10 February).
Despite the Washermenpet – AG-DMS stretch of phase-1 all set to become operational, the Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) will continue to operate the direct service that links all major transit hubs from Central
In a bid to woo passengers, Chennai Metro Limited has tied up with Ford’s Corporate Shuttle Feeder Services to launch ‘Office Ride’ in order to provide a safe commute for passengers, especially informational technology (IT) employees.