Hyderabad Metro – Information, Map & Updates

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Introduction

The Hyderabad Metro Rail (HMR) system is an urban Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS) that is being built to serve Hyderabad, the capital of Telangana. Construction for its 72 km first phase on the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) model started in April 2012 by L&T Metrorail and is expected to be completed in 2019 (est.). Although Phase 2’s new lines & extensions have been announced, it is likely to be modified by the time construction begins in 2019.

Key Figures

Operational: 29.8 km | Under Construction: 36.2 km | Approved: 6 km | Proposed: 83 km

Construction work on 66 km of the 72 km Phase 1 project has been taken up, with work on the rest 6 km not starting due to local protests in the old part of the city. Out of that, the 12.20 Miyapur – Ameerpet section of Line-1 and 17.60 km Ameerpet – Nagole section of Line-3 were inaugurated by the Prime Minister on November 28 2017, with commercial operations starting at 6 am on November 29, 2017. Phase 2 is currently in the planning stage.

The embedded map below shows the exact location of all stations and can be zoomed into!

Operational Network Map

Under Construction: Phase 1

Note – work on a roughly 6 km MGBS – Falaknuma section through the old city has not started due to local protests. Work on the 1 km HITEC City – Raidurg section has also not started.

Future Network: Phase 1-2

Key for map below: Phase 1 (Under Construction) | Phase 2  (Planned) 

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