Mumbai Metro Updates 2024: New Routes, Maps, Stations List, Lines

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1. Introduction On Mumbai Metro

The Maharashtra government’s ambitious and expansive infrastructure project is the Mumbai metro. The Mumbai metro will offer smooth, reasonably priced, and all-inclusive connection options to its residents once it is completely operating. The Mumbai metro project is being carried out by the Mumbai Metropolitan Development Authority (MMRDA). On the other hand, Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Limited (MMRCL) is in charge of Mumbai Metro Line 3 (MML-3), the portion of the Mumbai Metro that is entirely underground.

The Mumbai local rail system was already overloaded when the Maharashtra government began work on the Mumbai metro project in 2006. However, just one line of the Mumbai metroVersova-Andheri-Ghatkopar—is now in service due to factors like delays in land acquisition, environmental clearances, and project approvals.

Some metro routes, such as Metro 2A and Metro Line 7, are almost finished, and safety testing is ongoing. The building of the other Mumbai metro lines is ongoing. The routes, lines, stations, and specifics of the Mumbai metro system will all be covered in this article.

2. Mumbai Metro Route Map

The majority of the Mumbai Metro’s lines are being built in stages. The following is a general route map of the Mumbai Metro:

Mumbai Metro Lines: Corridors, Stations, and Connectivity

The Mumbai Metro Lines may now be divided into three major categories:

  • Operational Metro Lines
  • Under Construction Metro Lines
  • Proposed/Approved Metro Lines
Mumbai Metro Route Map
Mumbai Metro Route Map

The Mumbai metro lines are summarised below:

Metro LineColour CodeMetro routeTotal Length (in Km)Number of StationsConstruction Status
Mumbai Metro Line-1Blue LineVersova – Andheri – Ghatkopar11.4 Km12Operational
Mumbai Metro Line-2AYellow LineDahisar (E) to DN Nagar18.60 Km17Operational
Mumbai Metro Line-2BYellow LineDN Nagar to Mandale23.64 Km22Under Construction
Mumbai Metro Line-3Aqua LineCuffe Parade -Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC)- SEEPZ- Aarey Colony33.50 Km27Under Construction
Mumbai Metro Line-4Green LineWadala to Kasarawadavali32.32 Km32Under Construction
Mumbai Metro Line-4AGreen LineKasarvadavali –to Gaimukh
(Extension of Line-4)
2.88 Km2Under Construction
Mumbai Metro Line-5Orange LineThane – Bhiwandi – Kalyan24.95 Km1712.811 km Under Construction; Rest of the project is on Hold
Mumbai Metro Line-6Pink LineSwami Samarth Nagar – Vikhroli15.18 Km13Under Construction
Mumbai Metro Line-7Red LineDahisar (E) – Andheri (E)16.5 Km14Operational
The Mumbai Metro Line-7ARed LineAndheri (E) Station – CSI Airport Station
(Extension of Line-7)
3.17 Km2Under Construction
Mumbai Metro Line-8Gold LineCSIA – NMIA
(Airport Connector)
35 Km7Proposed Line
The Mumbai Metro Line-9Red LineDahisar (E) Station – Mira Bhayander Station
(Extension of Line-7)
11.38 Km8Under Construction
Mumbai Metro Line-10Green LineGaimukh – Shivaji Chowk in Mira Road
(Extension of Line-4)
9.20 Km4Approved Line
Mumbai Metro Line-11Green LineWadala  – Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus
(Extension of Line-4)
12.77 Km10Proposed
Mumbai Metro Line-12Orange LineKalyan to Taloja
(Extension of Line-5)
20.7 Km17Proposed
Mumbai Metro Line-13Purple LineShivaji Chowk (Mira Road) to Virar23 Km20Proposed
Mumbai Metro Line-14Magenta LineKanjurmarg to Badlapur45 Km40Proposed

3. Operational Metro Lines of Mumbai Metro

The majority of the Mumbai Metro Corridors are currently in various stages of development. The Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar, or Blue Line, is the sole line of the Mumbai metro that is currently in service as of March 2022. This is a comprehensive rundown of the Mumbai Metro’s many corridors.

3.1) Mumbai Metro Route – Line 1: Blue Line : Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar Route

Officials from the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority have stated that the metro on Mumbai Metro Line 1 is now travelling at 80 kmph instead of 65 kmph. The metro could carry eighteen extra passengers daily if it had increased passenger capacity.

Status – Operational

Length- 11.4 km

Number of stations- 12

Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar Route Map
Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar Route Map

4. Mumbai Metro Stations Line 1

Sr. NoMumbai Metro Line 1 Stations
1Versova
2D N Nagar
3Azad Nagar
4Andheri
5Western Express Highway (WEH)
6Chakala
7Airport Road
8Marol Naka
9Saki Naka
10Asalpha
11Jagruti Nagar
12Ghatkopar

The construction of Mumbai Metro Line 1, which runs from Versova to Ghatkopar, was estimated to have cost Rs 4,300 crore. Mumbai Metro’s Line 1 is completely elevated. Currently, Mumbai Metro One Operation Pvt Ltd is in charge of running it.

5. Mumbai Metro Under Construction Lines

The Mumbai metro’s lines listed below are being built and are in different phases of development.

Mumbai Metro Route – Line 2 (2A and 2B): Yellow Line: Dahisar to Mandale

Status: Under Construction 

Length- 42 km

Number of stations- 37 (2A-17, 2B-20)

6. Mumbai Metro Line 2 Stations

S. NoMumbai Metro Stations Line 2AMumbai Metro Stations Line 2B
1Dahisar EastESIC Nagar
2Upper Dahisar Station (Anand Nagar)Prem Nagar
3Kandarpada (Rushi Sankul)Indira Nagar
4Mandapeshwar (IC Colony)Nanavati Hospital
5Eksar (LIC Colony)Khira Nagar
6Borivali West (Don Bosco)Saraswat Nagar
7Pahadi Eksar (Shimpoli, Shimpawali)National College
8Kandivali West (Mahavir Nagar)Bandra Metro
9Dahanukarwadi (Kamraj Nagar)ITO Bandra Kurla Complex
10Valnai (Charkop)IL&FS, Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC)
11Malad WestMTNL, Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC)
12Lower Malad (Kasturi Park)SG Barve Marg
13Pahadi Goregaon (Bangur Nagar)Kurla East
14Goregaon WestEastern Express Highway (EEH)
15Oshiwara (Adarsh Nagar)Chembur
16Lower Oshiwara (Shastri Nagar)Diamond Garden
17Andheri West (D.N. Nagar)Shivaji Chowk
18BSNL
19Mankhurd
20Mandala

7. Mumbai Metro Line 3 Route: Cuffe Parade to Aarey Colony Aqua-Line

Mumbai Metro Line3
Mumbai Metro Line3

Status: Under Construction 

Length- 33.5 km

Number of stations- 27 stations

An underground rail line called the Colaba-Bandra-SEEPZ Line is sometimes known as the Mumbai Metro Line 3, or the Mumbai Metro Aqua Line. The 33.5km route, which connects Cuffe Parade to Aarey Colony, has 27 stops.

8. Mumbai Metro Line 3 Stations

S. NoMumbai Metro Line 3 (Aqua Line) Stations List
1Cuffe Parade
2Vidhan Bhawan
3Churchgate station
4Hutatma Chowk Statin
5CST Station
6Kalbadevi
7Girgaon Station
8Grant Road
9Mumbai Central
10Mahalaxmi
11Science Museum Station
12Acharya Atrey Chowk
13Worli
14Siddhivinayak Temple
15Dadar
16Shitladevi Temple
17Dharavi
18Income Tax Office BKC
19Vidyanagri
20Santa Cruz Station
21Mumbai Domestic Airport
22Sahar Road
23Mumbai International Airport
24Marol Naka
25MIDC Station
26SEEPZ
27Aarey Colony (At-grade)

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9. Mumbai Metro Route – Line 4: Green Line : Wadala to Kasarvadavali

Status: Under Construction 

Length- 33.3 km

Number of stations- 32 stations

Mumbai Metro Stations Line 4

Wadala and Aarey Colony will be served by Mumbai Metro Line 4, also known as the Green Line. The Mumbai Metro’s Greenline will pass through the following stations.

Mumbai Metro Stations on Green Line 4
KasarvadavaliVijay GardenDongripadaTikuji-ni-wadiManpada (Thane)KapurbawdiMajiwadaCadbury Junction
Mahapalika MargRTO ThaneTeen Haath Naka (Thane)Mulund NakaMulund Fire StationSonapurShangrilaBhandup
Bhandup MahapalikaNaval HousingGandhi NagarSurya NagarVikhroliGodrej CompanyShreyas CinemaLaxmi Nagar
Pant NagarGarodia NagarAmar Mahal JunctionSiddarth ColonySuman NagarAnik Nagar DepotWadala Truck Terminal

10. Mumbai Metro Route – Line 5: Orange Line: Thane-Bhiwandi-Kalyan

Status: Under Construction 

Length- 25 km

Number of stations- 17 stations 

11. Mumbai Metro Stations Line 6

The Mumbai Metro Line 5, often known as the Orange Line, would connect Kalyan and Thane City. The Mumbai Metro’s orange line services the following stations.

The anticipated construction cost of Mumbai Metro’s Orange Line 5 is Rs 8,417 crore. The orange line will span a distance of 25 km and be entirely elevated. Orange Line 5 will link with Metro Line 4 on the Wadala-Thane route and Metro Line 11 on the Taloja and Kalyan routes to enhance connectivity.

Line 6 of the Mumbai Metro Route: Pink Line on Lokhandwala-Janjurmarg, Jogeshwari

Status: Under Construction 

Length- 14.5 km

Number of stations- 13 stations 

Mumbai Metro Stations Line 6

Sr. NoMumbai Metro Line 6 Stations List
1Swami Samarth Nagar (Lokhandwala)
2Adarsh Nagar
3Jogeshwari West
4JVLR Junction
5Shyam Nagar
6Mahakali Caves
7SEEPZ Village
8Saki Vihar Road
9Rambaug (Powai)
10Powai Lake
11IIT Powai
12Kanjurmarg West
13Vikhroli EEH

Between Swami Samarth Nagar and the Kanjurmarg route will operate Mumbai Metro Line 6, often known as the Pink Line. The Jogeshwari-Vikhroli Link road will be mostly traversed by the Pink line, which will be entirely elevated. An estimated Rs 6716 crore would be spent on building the entire project.

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12. Mumbai Metro Route: Dahisar East to Mumbai Airport – Lines 7 and 7A: Red Line

Status: Under Construction 

Length- 33.5 km

Number of stations- 16 stations 

13. Mumbai Metro Line 7 Stations

Mumbai Metro Red Line (7 & 7A) Stations 
Dahisar EastOvaripadaNational Park
DevipadaMagathaneMahindra and Mahindra
BandongriKurar VillageDindoshi
Aarey Road JunctionMahanand (Goregaon East)JVLR Junction
Shankarwadi/MogarpadaAndheri East (Gundavali)Airport Colony (7A)
CSMIA T2 (7A)

The Red Line will be more than 33.5 kilometers long overall. The red line, which connects Mumbai’s international airport, would be beneficial for commuters traveling from all around the city.

On January 19, 2023, Prime Minister Narendra Modi officially opened Metro Line 7. The public might use the queue as of January 20, 2023. It has covered the roughly 16.5 km gap between Andheri East and Dahisar East while reducing traffic on the Western Express Highway and Link Road.

14. Mumbai Metro Route – Line 8: CSIA to NMIA (Airport Connector) on the Gold Line

The Gold Line would link the Navi Mumbai Airports and the International Airport of Mumbai once it becomes operational. It is one of the most ambitious and futuristic metro lines. This connectivity project would take more than Rs 15,000 crore to complete. There will be more than eight metro stations throughout the Gold Line’s whole itinerary.

Mumbai Metro Route – Line 9: Red Line (Under Construction) from Dahisar East to Mira-Bhayander

Mumbai Metro Red Line 9 Stations
Dahisar EastPandhurang WadiAmar PalaceZankar Company
Sai Baba NagarDeepak HospitalShaheed Bhagat Singh GardenSubhash Chandra Bose Station

There will be more than eight stations along this Mumbai metro section, all of which will be elevated. The anticipated total cost of the red line length is around Rs 6,518 crore.

15. Mumbai Metro Route: Lines 10, 11, and (Red Line 4 Extension)

Mumbai Metro Line 4 is extended by Mumbai Metro Lines 10 and 11. The projected Red Line 10, also known as Red Line, will link Shivaji Chowk on Mira Road with the Gaimukh region. There will be nine metro stations throughout a 9 km section of it. The anticipated cost of building Metro line 10 is Rs 5,000 crore.

In the same vein, Wadala and the CSMT region will be linked by red Line 11. There will be about 11 metro stations along this 12.7-kilometre route. The estimated cost of developing this stretch is Rs 8,739 crore.

16. Orange Line, Mumbai Metro Route – Line 12

The Mumbai Metro Line 5 (Orange Line) will be extended to include this Mumbai metro segment. Line 12 will go from Taloja to the city of Kalyan. In the Mumbai Metropolitan Area, last-mile connection will be guaranteed via this route.

17. Purple Line, Mumbai Metro Route – Line 13

This metro segment will link Mira Bhayander with the Virar region. The estimated cost of construction for the more than 23-kilometre-long length is Rs 6900 crore. The Purple Line metro will be the name given to it. For the section, the number of stations has not yet been determined.

18. Mumbai Metro: Magenta Line, Line 14

A planned metro line called Mumbai Metro Line 14 will link Mumbai’s Vikhroli neighborhood with Kanjurmarg. It would link Mumbai with the areas outside of Thane and reach the Ambernath-Badlapur region. The anticipated cost of completing the stretch is Rs 13,500 crore.

19. Navi Mumbai Metro

The Navi Mumbai metro project is being constructed and managed by the City and Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO) as part of the rapid transit system for the Navi Mumbai region. The 23-kilometer-long Navi Mumbai metro line would include 20 metro stations. The total cost of the project would be Rs. 4,163 crores.

20. Andheri Metro Station and Route

Andheri Metro Station serves as a major hub for commuters, facilitating easy access to both Line 1 and Line 2A. Understanding the Andheri Metro Station route is essential for those navigating through the city, as it serves as a crucial interchange point.

21. Metro 2A Line: Connecting DN Nagar to Dahisar

Metro Line 2A is a vital link in Mumbai’s metro system, connecting DN Nagar to Dahisar. This line plays a pivotal role in easing congestion and providing a swift commute for residents along its route. From Andheri Metro Station to Ghatkopar Metro Station, Line 2A covers key areas, making it a popular choice for daily commuters.

22. Ghatkopar Metro: A Gateway to the Eastern Suburbs

Ghatkopar Metro Station, situated on Line 1, serves as a gateway to the eastern suburbs of Mumbai. Understanding the Ghatkopar Metro route and timings is essential for those residing or working in this bustling part of the city.

23. Jagruti Nagar and Lokmanya Tilak Metro Stations

Exploring Line 1 of the Mumbai Metro introduces us to key stations like Jagruti Nagar and Lokmanya Tilak Metro Station. These stations contribute to the seamless connectivity of the metro network, catering to the diverse needs of Mumbai’s populace.

24. The Future of Mumbai Metro: Maha Mumbai Metro

As Mumbai continues to grow, so does its metro network. The Maha Mumbai Metro project is an ambitious initiative set to expand the metro system further, enhancing connectivity and making travel even more convenient for the city’s residents.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

1Q: When did the Mumbai Metro start operating?

Ans: The Mumbai Metro Started on June 8, 2014.

2Q: How many stations does Mumbai Metro Line 1 have?

Ans: There are 12 stations in Mumbai metro line 2.

3Q: What is the Total Length of the Mumbai Metro Line 1 (Blue Line)?

Ans: 11.4 km is the Total Length of the Mumbai Metro Line 1 (Blue Line).

4Q: What is the Total Length of the Mumbai Metro Line 4 (Green Line)?

Ans: 33.3km is the Total Length of the Mumbai Metro Line 4 (Green Line).

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