PM Modi to flag off Agra Metro priority corridor tomorrow: Route, price and all you need to know

PM Modi to flag off Agra Metro priority corridor tomorrow Route, price and all you need to know

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The Agra Metro will have six stations, with three above ground and three below. It will connect Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Mankameshwar, and Jama Masjid.

Inauguration of Agra Metro Priority Corridor: Enhancing Connectivity and Convenience

On Wednesday, March 6, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will virtually open the priority corridor of the Agra Metro. The inauguration will happen at 10 am, according to Panchanan Mishra, Deputy General Manager of the Uttar Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation (UPMRC).

Governor Anandiben Patel and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath might attend the Agra Metro opening ceremony. 

Everything about the Agra Metro

  • The Agra Metro will have six stations, with three above ground and three below ground. It will connect Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Mankameshwar, and Jama Masjid.
  • The stations on the main route of the metro are Taj Mahal East, Captain Shubham Gupta, Fatehabad Road, Taj Mahal, and Mankameshwar Temple.
  • The Agra Metro will operate from 6 am to 10 pm daily.
  • A ride on the Agra Metro costs ₹10 for distances up to one kilometer, ₹15 for 1-2 kilometers, and ₹20 for 2-6 kilometers.
  • After purchasing tickets, passengers can stay in the metro area for 20 minutes.
  • Passengers can skip lines by using an app to book metro tickets.
  • The Agra Metro offers services for birthday celebrations, pre-wedding photoshoots, educational tours, and group tours for tourists. Food options are available at the stations.
  • Agra Metro stations are adorned with paintings reflecting the Braj theme, local culture, festivals, and temples. Information on nearby attractions will be provided to passengers.
  • The Agra Metro Rail Project will have two routes: one from Taj East Gate to Sikandra, which is 13.7 kilometers long, and another from Agra Cantt to Kalindi Vihar, which is 15.7 kilometers long. Both routes will be elevated and will have a total of 14 metro stations.
  • The metro trains in Agra will have regenerative braking systems, which can save up to 35% of energy. Additionally, they will have sensors that use carbon dioxide to regulate energy usage. These sensors help maintain a comfortable temperature inside the trains, especially when there are many passengers.
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