Kolkata Metro to run 204 Train Services from today

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In order to enhance passenger convenience for the people of Kolkata, Kolkata Metro has decided to run additional services and extend timings of its services from.07th December, 2020.

  • Metro Railway, Kolkata will run 204 daily services instead of  190 services from Monday to Saturday from 07.12.2020 (Monday).
  • Shri Piyush Goyal, Minister of Railways, Commerce & Industry, Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution commends Kolkata Metro for extending its services in a tweet.
  • The first service will start from both ends i.e. from Dum Dum and Kavi Subhash at 07.00 hrs instead of 08.00hrs and from Noapara at 07.09 hrs instead of 08.09 hrs.
  • From Monday onwards, the last service will leave Kavi Subhash and Dum Dum at  21.30 hrs instead of 21.00 hrs and from Noapara at 21.25 hrs instead of 20.55 hrs.
  • Services will be available every 7 minutes during morning and evening peak hours.
  • For senior citizens, ladies and children (below 15 years), e-pass will not be required throughout the day. 
  • For all other passengers, e-pass will not be required in between 07.00 hrs to 08.30 hrs in the morning and 20.00 hrs onwards in the evening.
  • No token will be issued, only Smart Cards shall be used.

Recent Achievement:

In the new normal situation, construction works of all the o­n-going Metro projects have been going o­n smoothly. Metro Railway Kolkata has recently achieved a milestone by completing an uninterrupted 1500 cubic metre concreting work of top slab of Bimanbandar Metro station of Noapara-Barasat via Bimanbandar Extension Project.

  • This non-stop concreting work continued for 25 hours and the top slab with the dimensions of 36.3 metre X 40 metre X 1 metre (length X breadth X depth) was completed successfully. 
  • Three concrete pumps and twenty transit mixtures were used for completing this work.
  • Forty eight labourers worked tirelessly maintaining all Covid-19 protocols to accomplish this job.

Source: PIB-Press Release | Image Credit (representational): Metro Railway, Kolkata

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