Bangalore Metro Route Map 2020: Station List, Fare, Timings

India Metro Rail(IMR) provides information related to Bangalore Metro Route Map of 2020-21. We keep the Bangalore Metro Station Route Map updated with latest information and addition of stations. Our Bangalore Metro Map is in high definition and you can zoom in to see detailed information of Bangalore Metro Station phases and line-wise. You can get the information about both the Green Line and Purple Line in the below shared Bangalore Metro Map.

*Bangalore Metro Route Map showing Bangalore Metro Green Line & Purple Line Stations. Disclaimer: This website(IMR) has made all the efforts to make this image accurate. However IMR doesn’t not own any responsibility for the authenticity of the same.

Introduction to Banglore Metro Transit System

Namma Metro which is popularly known as Bangalore Metro. It is a rapid metro transit system developed for the convenience of the people of Bangalore. We all know the traffic condition of the Bangalore city. The Bangalore Metro is developed keeping in mind to reduce the traffic problem faced by its citizens on a daily basis. In this article, we are going to share information regarding Bangalore Metro Route Map and Stations.

Bangalore Metro has been planned in phases. Currently, only Phase 1 has been completed and delivered to the citizens of Bangalore.  The next phases (Phase 2, Phase 2A and Phase 3B) of Bangalore metro is also planned to keep in mind to reduce the traffic on the arterial roads of the city and will connect major destinations across the city. The construction work for Bangalore Metro Phase 3 & 4 has still not started yet.

Phase 1 has 2 metro lines, i.e. Green Line and Purple Line and both consists of 40 stations. This makes Bangalore metro the 4th largest metro network in India. It also has a crown of the first metro rail system in South India.

Phase 1 was started in 2011 after the construction work of almost 4 years. The total Bangalore Metro network length is 42.30 Km. The work for Phase 2, 2A is going on which will add more 74 KM of in the existing Bangalore Metro Rail Network. Bangalore Metro was not an easy project but it has been achieved by the hard work of the government authorities because Bangalore Metro faces lots of hurdle in terms of approval and funding. The total cost of the Bangalore metro phase 1 has been Rs. 11,609 Crores. Currently, it has 300 coaches, divided into sets of 50 train-sets x 6. These are supplied by BEML. More coaches will be supplied by CRRC. Bangalore Metro top Speed is 80 KMPH and it runs on an average speed of 34 KMPH. The gauge size of the track is a standard gauge(1435mm).

After the arrival of the Metro, Bangalore traffic situation has slightly improved. If possible, people tend to prefer Metro over private vehicles and other modes of public transport. Bangalore Metro is also becoming a preferred choice of the working professionals, tourists, travellers or even people who want to travel from one part of Bangalore to another for shopping or any other purpose. Banglore metro is also a preferred mode of transport because it’s safe for women and men alike as compared to other modes of transport.

Keeping in mind the strategic location of Bangalore Metro Stations and Route, on a daily basis lakhs of people travel by it. To be precise approximately 4,15,000 people per day. This figure is from February 2020. It’s not wrong to say that Bangalore Metro is becoming a lifeline of the citizens of Bangalore and some people can’t travel to work without the metro. Its also visible by seeing the ridership in 2019. In 2018-19, 16.4 crore ridership were recorded on the metro as compared to around 13 crores in 2017-18. Revenue also increased increased in 2018-19 to Rs 404.91 crores from ₹324.99 crore in 2017-18. Also, it would not be wrong if we say that Bangalore Metro is also contributing in reducing the overall carbon footprint of the city as more and more people are switching metro for their daily commute to work or for personal travel. Even domestic and international tourists and travellers have started to prefer Bangalore Metro over other modes of transport because of reasons such as its being cost-effective, comfortable, time-saving, and most importantly safety.

After seeing so many advantages its really important to understand what all is connected by the Bangalore Metro Route. To know about all the places which are connected to Bangalore Metro Stations, The Bangalore Metro Route Map can be your perfect guide. It informs you about all the places which are connected by the Bangalore Metro route and Stations on the line.

Now let’s see in details the lines of the Bangalore Metro Route Map and Stations on it. We will also see the fare details of the Bangalore Metro.

Bangalore Metro Route Map – Green Line

The Green Line of the Bangalore Metro has a length of 24.2 KM, consists of 24 stations and runs between Nagasandra and Yelachenahalli. Green Line uses three-coach trains that can travel at a maximum speed of over 80 KMPH. The metro fare on this line ranges from Rs. 10 to Rs. 60. Smartcard holders get a discount of 5% on fare.

  • Line – Green
  • Total Length – 24.2 Km
  • Total Stations – 24
  • To & From – Nagasandra – Yelachenahalli

Bangalore Metro Route Station List – Green Line

Nagasandra – Dasarahalli – Jalahalli – Peenya Industry – Peenya – Goraguntepalya – Yeshwanthpur (Interchange/Connections/Yesvantpur Railway Station) – Sandal Soap Factory – Mahalakshmi – Rajajinagar – Kuvempu Road – Srirampura – Sampige Road – Majestic (Purple Line/Interchange/Connections/Bangalore City Railway Station/Kempegowda Bus Terminal) – Chickpet- Krishna Rajendra Market – National College – Lalbagh – Southend Circle – Jayanagar – Rashtreeya Vidyalaya Road – Banashankari – Jayaprakash Nagar – Yelachenahalli

Extension work of Bangalore Metro Green Line is still going on and in future, it will be connected to Bangalore International Exhibition Centre,  from Nagasandra and from Yelachenahalli, it will be connected till NICE Anjana Township.

Bangalore Metro Route Map of Green Line: Timing information & prominent places connected by it

Bangalore Metro Route Map – Purple Line

The Purple Line of the Bangalore metro has a length of 18.2 KM, consists of 17 stations and runs between Baiyappanahalli and Mysore Road. Purple Line can travel at a maximum speed of about 80 KMPH. The frequency on the Purple Line varies between 4-15 minutes. The metro fare on this line ranges from Rs. 10 to Rs. 45. Smartcard holders get a discount of 5% on fare.

  • Line – Purple
  • Total Length – 18.2 Km
  • Total Stations – 17
  • To & From – Baiyappanahalli –  Mysore Road

Bangalore Metro Route Station List – Purple Line

Baiyappanahalli (Interchange/Connections/Baiyappanahalli Railway Station) – Swami Vivekananda Road – Indiranagar – Halasuru – Trinity – Mahatma Gandhi Road – Cubbon Park – Vidhana Soudha –  Sir M Visveshwaraya – (Majestic Green Line; Interchange/Connections/ Bangalore City Railway Station; Kempegowda Bus Terminal) – City Railway Station (Interchange/Connections/Bangalore City Railway Station) – Magadi Road – Hosahalli – Vijayanagar – Attiguppe – Deepanjali Nagar – Mysore Road

Extension work of Bangalore Metro Purple Line is still going on and in future, it will be connected to Whitefield,  from Baiyappanahalli and from Mysore Road, it will be connected till Kengeri.

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