[Pics] Bangalore Metro’s Cubbon Park Station is Ready to Go Live!

Hat tip to Murlidhar Bhat for sharing these images.

With only 2 more days left for the inauguration of Bangalore’s 4.8 km underground section, the BMRCL yesterday gave a tour of its upcoming Cubbon Park metro station to K.J. George, Karnataka’s Minister for Bengaluru Development and Town Planning, who came along with an army of journalists and photographers to check it out! After viewing different areas and their preparedness, BMRCL’s officials interacted with the media on the station’s platform.

I shared a couple of these images via my Twitter handle yesterday, so in case you’re not following me already (hint..hint), here they are, along with many more.

Location of Cubbon Park Metro station

Location of Cubbon Park Metro station – view Bangalore Metro map & information


Photo Copyright: Manjunath Kiran/AFP

Photo Copyright: Deccan Herald

Photo Copyright: Deccan Herald


Photo Copyright: GOK Updates


Photo Copyright: GOK Updates


Photo Copyright: GOK Updates


Photo Copyright: Manjunath Kiran/AFP


Photo Copyright: Manjunath Kiran/AFP


Photo Copyright: Manjunath Kiran/AFP


Photo Copyright: BMRCL O&M Wing

As a reminder, the 4.8 km underground section from Magadi Road to MG Road with 5 stations will be inaugurated on April 29 and commercial operations will start on April 30. Click here to read about some largely unknown facts about this section.

On the operational side of things, the BMRCL plans to service the entire 18.1 km line with 15 trains running at a frequency of 10 minutes in the initial stages. Here’s a sneak peek of the fare chart:

Photo Copyright: Anil Shastry

Purple Line’s Fare Chart – view large – Photo Copyright: Anil Shastry

For more updates, check out the Bangalore section of The Metro Rail Guy!


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2 Responses to "[Pics] Bangalore Metro’s Cubbon Park Station is Ready to Go Live!"

  1. praveen says:

    do you know what was the original plan of completion of phase-I metro.
    was it 2012,13,14,15,16?


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