Bangalore Metro Route Map - File Information
|Map Name||Bangalore Metro Route Map|
|WEBP Size||0.38 MB|
|PDF Size||0.88 MB|
|JPG Size||0.85 MB|
|PNG Size||2.10 MB|
|No. of Pages in PDF||2|
|Image Height||2443 Pixels|
|Image Width||3840 Pixels|
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Bangalore Metro Route Map - Summary
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In Bangalore Metro Map there are 51 metro stations in the network. The first section (on the Purple Line) of the Namma Metro system opened on 20 October 2011 between Baiyappanahalli and M.G Road.
Bangalore Metro, or Namma Metro, is a quick transit system that serves Bangalore, India. The metro comprises two operational lines, to be specific the Green Line and the Purple Line, amplifying over 42.3 kilometers and highlighting 27 stations.
The Green Line commences from Nagasandra in the northwest, concluding at Yelachenahalli in the south, traversing a remove of 24.2 kilometers and enveloping 21 stations. The line navigates conspicuous regions like Rajajinagar, Grand, Jayanagar, and Banashankari.
On the other hand, the Purple Line commences from Baiyappanahalli in the east and concludes at Mysore Road in the west, expanding over 18.1 kilometers and containing 16 stations. The line passes through essential areas like Indiranagar, MG Road, Cubbon Park, and Vijayanagar.
The Kempegowda Compatibility, or Majestic, which is one of the busiest stations within the metro arrange, interfaces both lines.
In addition, the metro arrangement incorporates two under-construction lines, the Yellow Line and the Blue Line, spanning 74.88 kilometers and containing 61 stations. The Yellow Line will run from R V Road to Bommasandra in the south, whereas the Blue Line will run from Silk Board to KR Puram in the east.
Upon completion of all the lines, the Bangalore Metro is expected to cover a separation of more than 230 kilometers, highlighting 200 stations, hence becoming one of India’s most extensive metro networks.
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