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.
India could have had more metro rail networks if people followed traffic rules. This is because metro networks cost less if they are built at the same level as roads, quite like trams.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi would be inaugurating the 9.5 km underground Chennai Metro stretch between AG-DMS and Washermenpet on Sunday, marking the
Chennai Metro: PM Modi To Inaugurate AG-DMS–Washermenpet Stretch; To Mark Phase-I’s Official Completion
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).
Chennai Metro: Despite Last Leg Of Phase-I Nearing Completion, CMRL To Still Operate Two Routes To Airport
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
Chennai Metro: CMRL Launches ‘Office Ride’ App To Provide To And Fro Connectivity From Offices To Stations
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.
Safety Commissioner Pulls Up Chennai Metro For Shoddy Work, Orders Their Professional Completion In 10 Days
The Commissioner of Metro Railway Safety, K A Manoharan, has found some issues in the facilities of Chennai Metro, especially in the entry and exit points of the Central-DMS stretch, reports Times of India.
Chennai Metro Phase II Revived As MoUD Allows 30 Per Cent Japanese Component As Per JICA Loan Conditions
The phase II project of the Chennai Metro has avoided major hurdles after the Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD) on Monday (10 December) clarified it is not mandatory for ‘Made in India’ trains to operate, reports the Hindu.
Chennai’s Egmore Metro Station Gets Most Prestigious Platinum Rating From Indian Green Building Council
In keeping with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) agenda, Chennai’s Egmore metro underground station was awarded the prestigious platinum rating by the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC), as reported by Times Of India (TOI).
Bad News: Trial Run For Washermanpet And AG-DMS Metro Stretches To Chennai Central Delayed By A Month
Trial run for two stretches of Chennai Metro — AG-DMS to Chennai Central and Chennai Central to Washermanpet may get delayed, The Hindu has reported. The trial runs had been scheduled for September initially.