Travelling from a Metro station to the nearest railway station is a hassle, most Mumbai Metro commuters would agree. But this hassle might soon end. If implemented, an elevated route will be introduced between the two stations, where you will commute via a travelator or a cable car.
Mumbai’s Metro 2B (Dahisar-D N Nagar via New Link Road) and Metro VII route (Dahisar-Andheri via WEH), running parallel to Western Railway’s suburban corridor, could soon get this form of transport.
If the recommendations see the light of day, commuters will be able to interchange from both modes of transport in less than five minutes. Read more
Credit By:- The Better India
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