List of Stations on Mumbai’s Dahisar – DN Nagar & Dahisar(E) – Andheri(E) Metro Lines Released

A preliminary list of station names for Mumbai Metro’s new lines between Dahisar and DN Nagar (Line-2A) and Dahisar East and Andheri East (Line-7) has been released.

According to the DPR, there will be 17 and 16 elevated stations on each line respectively. While these numbers have been fixed, the actual names of the stations can change at any time prior to the lines becoming operational in 2021.

Line 1 - Photo Copyright:

A train on Mumbai’s Line 1 between Versova & Ghatkopar – Photo Copyright:

Here’s the list of stations:

Line 2 (Yellow Line): Dahisar – DN Nagar (a part of the larger Dahisar-Bandra-Mankhurd line) with 17 stations:

  • Dahisar
  • Dahisar West
  • Rushi Sankul
  • IC Colony
  • LIC Colony
  • Don Bosco
  • Kastur Park
  • Ekta Park
  • Kandivali Nagar
  • Charkop
  • Malad
  • Kasturi Park
  • Bangur Nagar
  • Oshiwara
  • Samarth Nagar
  • Shastri Nagar
  • DN Nagar (interchange with line 1)

Line 7 (Red Line): Dahisar East – Andheri East (a part of the larger Dahisar East – Andheri East – Bandra East line) with 16 stations:

  • Dahisar East
  • Shreenath Nagar
  • Omkareshwar
  • Borivali Bus Stop
  • Thakur Complex
  • Mahindra & Mahindra
  • Bandongri
  • Kurar Village
  • Veet Bhatti
  • Aarey Road Junction
  • V. Nagar – note: not sure what or where this?
  • Hub Mall
  • Bombay Exhibition Centre
  • JVLR Junction
  • Shankarwadi
  • Andheri East (interchange with line 1’s WEH metro station)

May 2020 Update – 14 Stations on Line-7 are named:

  • Dahisar East
  • Ovaripada
  • Rashtriya Udyan (National Park)
  • Devipada
  • Magathane
  • Poisar (formerly Mahindra & Mahindra)
  • Akurli (formerly Bandongri)
  • Kurar (formerly Pushpa Park)
  • Dindoshi (formerly Pathanwadi)
  • Aarey
  • Goregaon E (formerly Mahanand)
  • Jogeshwari E (formerly JVLR Junction)
  • Mogra (formerly Shankarwadi)
  • Gundavali (formerly Andheri East)

See all the stations mapped out here.

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The approximate location of these stations can be viewed in this map published in the Times of India. Please keep in mind that this is the work of a graphic artist, so the locations and alignment especially in Dahisar where the interchange will be built should not be considered as the actual alignment.

List of stations on Line 2 & 5 - Source: TOI

List of stations on Line 2 & 5 – Source: TOI

As a reminder, the Maharashtra cabinet approved the 2 lines just yesterday and the Prime Minister of India, Mr. Narendra Modi, will lay the foundation stones for the lines on this Sunday! See: – Maharashtra Cabinet Approves Mumbai’s Dahisar – DN Nagar & Dahisar(E) – Andheri(E) Lines ; Modi to Lay Foundation Stone on Oct 11

For more updates on Mumbai’s metro, check out the Mumbai section of The Metro Rail Guy!


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14 Responses to "List of Stations on Mumbai’s Dahisar – DN Nagar & Dahisar(E) – Andheri(E) Metro Lines Released"

  1. Ripal Desai says:

    For information

  2. shailesh says:

    it is rawalpada of Dahisar east metro stop ?

  3. shailesh says:

    can anyone tell me i have my flat in that area ?

  4. Hardik sanghavi says:

    Pls let me know metro 2 B will pass through 10 th Road of JVPD or it will be diverted from Juhu circle

  5. Riddhi says:

    How to reach dahisar from ghatkopar metro

  6. Umesh Shah says:

    Is the Metro 2 on SV Road or linking Road at Santacruz and Khar? The station names announced are areas on linking road and not SV road?

  7. Ramakant Bhosle says:

    Why Metro Line 2 station name is KANDIVALI NAGAR? It should have been KANDIVALI only.

  8. Leo Nazareth says:

    When do you envisage metro 2a from dahisar to d n nagar to be completed n operational?

  9. pjkotian says:

    Is the Dahisar (E) Metro Station situated near Dahisar Railway Station? If not, where exactly it is at?

  10. A L Unwane says:


  11. Shantanu says:

    Has this begun?


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