Updated : 13.06.2017
Metro Return tickets, Passes to cost more : Three slabs for Trip-Based Fares, Single Tickets Left Unchanged
Mumbai Metro One, which operates the 11.4 km Versova – Andheri – Ghatkopar corridor has cut the discount offered on Return Journey Tickets, Store Value Passes and 30-Day Trip Based Passes with immediate effect, a famous Newspaper reported. The slab structure of all three categories also stand revised from Monday i.e 12.06.2017. The revision in fares has come without prior intimation, taking commuters by surprise.
Single Journey Tickets Fare
Slabs of single journey tickets, on the other hand, are unchanged at Rs.10, Rs.20 Rs.30 and Rs.40. The cheapest way to travel by the metro is to purchase a 45 trip pass with a 30 day validity.
Trip based Passes Fare (45 trip – based passes with 30-day validity)
Trip based passes were earlier available in two slabs – Rs.675 for 5 Km and Rs.900 for beyond 5 km. Now, they come in three slabs – 0 to 5 km, 5 to 8 km and beyond 8 km- at Rs.750, Rs.1050 and Rs.1350, respectively. In short Minimum is Rs.750 for 5 km, Rs.1050 for 5 to 8 km and Rs.1350 for beyond 8 km. The hike works out to 11% for upto 5 km, 16% for 5 to 8 km and 50% beyond 8 km. Versova – Ghatkopar trip based passes, for instance, will now be sold for Rs.1350 against Rs.900 earlier.
Return Journey Tickets Fare
There has been a reduction in the discount for return journey tickets, too. The earlier fare of Rs 30 is Rs 35 now, Rs 50 has increase to Rs.55, and Rs.60 to Rs.70.
Store Value Passes Fare
Store value passes have seen a minor hike as the fare slab of Rs.32 now stands revised at Rs.35. No change in other fare slabs in this product.
Mumbai Metro official said, “We have only tweaked the discount. There has been no change in the fare structure. We have brought the discounts in line with the prevalent practice in other metros. There is no change in the fares of Mumbai Metro one.
Few examples of changes in fares on select most frequented routes
Top routes, Trip – based and Return Journey Ticket are following.
- Andheri – Saki Naka – 675 to 750 – 30 to 35
- Ghatkopar – Andheri – 900 to 1050 – 50 to 55
- Ghatkopar – DN Nagar – 900 to 1350 – 60 to 70
Versova – Andheri – Ghakopar : Mumbai Metro
|Mumbai Metro First Run|
Updated : 01.02.2016
The most awaited Mumbai Metro Services launched at 10 : 16 AM 8-June- 2014. The inauguration took place with much uncertainty as Mr Chavan had threatened to boycott it the day before, protesting against Reliance Infrastructure’s decision to unilaterally increase fares. However, he ended up taking the very first metro – decorated with flowers – with much fanfare along with Reliance Chairman Anil Ambani and Tina Ambani. Mumbai is the fourth city in the country to have metro rail operations, besides Kolkata, Delhi and Bangalore. The new mode of transport is expected to provide the much-needed relief to the commuters in the bustling metropolis where the overburdened suburban railways ferries 70 lakh people every day.
With the launch, Mumbai becomes the
Mumbai Metro Latest Fare Chart
Updated: 7 – 8 2014
Mumbai Metro announced that is going to increase the existing fare structure of Flat Rs 10 promotion to Rs. 10 – 20 range from Today (08 – 07 – 2014) on wards. Following are the details
- New Fare range will be Rs. 10 to 20
- Smart card Users Lowest Fare is Rs. 10 and Highest is Rs.15
- Token Users Lowest Fare is Rs. 10 and Highest is Rs.20
- Free Ride for Children Height up to 3 Feet only
- Children Up to 12 Years on Weekend Flat Rs. 5
- New Return Token Will be introduced
Mumbai Metro First Month Fare Chart as follows
Part of the promotion of Metro, for travelling passengers have to pay only Flat 10/- , as per the decision this fare is only for the starting month of the Metro.
- Versova -Andheri-Ghatkopar
- Charkop -Bandra-Mankhurd
- Colaba- Bandra
|Mumbai Metro Rail Station List|
- Charkop -Dahisar
- Ghatkopar- Mulund
- BKC – Kanjurmarg via Airport
- Andheri – Dahisar E
- Ghatkopar – Flora Fountain
- Sewri – Prabhadevi.