Gurgaon Metro – Information, Route Maps, Fares, Tenders & Updates
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Gurgaon (Gurugram) Metro, also known as Rapid Metro, consists of one metro line with 11 stations developed by Rapid MetroRail Gurgaon (RMRG) led by Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Limited (IL&FS).
In Phase 1 of the project, a 5.1 km line was built to link the Delhi Metro’s Sikanderpur Station (Yellow Line) with DLF Cybercity business district. This line opened to the public for commercial operations on November 14, 2013.
In Phase 2 of the project, a 7 km extension of the line opened on March 31, 2017 to connect Sikanderpur Station with Sector 55-56 via 5 new stations on Golf Course Road (see images). The entire line is serviced by 12 3-coach trains supplied by CSR Zhuzhou Electric Locomotive Works on a sub-contract from Siemens.
On 22nd October 2019, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) took over operations of the line after its original operator (RMRG) expressed its inability to run operations due to low footfall and high operational expenditure.
Numerous new metro lines have been proposed to connect Gurgaon with neighborhoods within Gurgaon, old Gurgaon, Dwarka, Bawal, Manesar, Faridabad and Sohna, but these are yet to be approved by the Haryana Government. The Haryana Mass Rapid Transport Corporation (HMRTC) is the nodal agency for executing these lines.
System Specifications (Line-1)
- Top Speed: 80 kmph
- Average Speed: 35 kmph
- Track Gauge: Standard Gauge – 1435 mm
- Electrification: 750 V DC Third Rail
- Signalling: Cab Signalling/Distance to Go
Operational: 12.1 km | Approved: 28.8 km | Under Construction: 0 km | Proposed: 170.19 km
- Daily Ridership: 65,000/day (August 2019)
- Rolling Stock: 36 coaches (12 train-sets x 3)
Gurgaon Metro Operational Route
Line-1: Moulsari Avenue (Cybercity) – Sector 55-56
- Length: 12.1 km
- Type: Elevated
- Depot: Sector 24 and Sector 54
- Number of Stations: 11
- Station Names (Built Phase 1): Sikanderpur, DLF Phase 2, Vodafone Belvedere Towers, IndusInd Bank Cyber City, Micromax Moulsari Avenue, DLF Phase 3
- Station Names (Built in Phase 2): Phase 2 Stations (5): DLF Phase 1, Sector 42-43, Sector 53-54, Sector 54 Chowk and Sector 55-56
Gurgaon Metro Approved New Routes
New Line: HUDA City Centre – Palam Vihar – Moulsari Avenue
- Length: 28.8 km
- Note: This line, termed as the New Gurgaon – Old Gurgaon link, proposes to form a ring line. Its DPR was prepared by a consortium of RITES and School of Planning and Architecture (SPA). It was approved by HMRTC’s board of directors in December 2019 and by the Haryana state government’s cabinet in August 2020.
- Stations (27): Sector 45, Cyber Park, District Shopping Centre, Sector 47, Subhash Chowk, Sector 48, Sector 72 A, Hero Honda Chowk, Udyog Vihar Phase 6, Sector 10, Sector 37, Basai village, Sector 9, Sector 7, Sector 4, Sector 5, Ashok Vihar, Sector 3, Bajghera Road, Palam Vihar Extension, Palam Vihar, Sector 23 A, Sector 22, Udyog Vihar Phase 4, Udyog Vihar Phase 5, Moulsari Avenue (DLF Cyber City)
Gurgaon Metro Proposed New Routes
New Line: Gurgaon – Manesar – MBIR (82 km)
- Length: 82 km
- Phase 1: Gurugram Railway Station to Panchgaon in Manesar (35 km)
- Phase 2: Panchgaon (Manesar) to Dharuhera (22 km)
- Phase 3: Dharuhera – Manesar Bawal Investment Region (MBIR) (25 km)
- Note: This line 82 km line with 39 stations has been proposed to connect Gurgaon with the Manesar Bawal Investment Region (MBIR) as part of the Delhi – Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC). Its DPR was prepared by AECOM and was submitted to the Haryana government by DMICDC in 2016. In addition, two spurs have been planned in Phase-1A (Global City to Sector-112, 12 km) and Phase-1B (MBIR with Rewari, 12 kms) bringing the total route of the line to 108 km.
New Line: Gurgaon – Faridabad
- Length: 31 km
- Note: This line proposes to connect Sector 45 in Gurgaon (just south of Huda City Centre) with Bata Chowk in Faridabad. It requires the Yellow Line to be extended by 1 km to form an interchange.
New Line: Sector 21 Dwarka – IFFCO Chowk Gurgaon
- Length: 12.225 km
- Note: The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. (DMRC) prepared this line’s Detailed Project (DPR) in 2015 and recommended an extension of Line-3 (Blue Line) with a project cost of Rs 5150 crore. A revised DPR suggests 3 options:
• Option 1: Extension of existing Airport Express line to IFFCO Chowk
• Option 2: Extension of existing Line 3 from Sector 21 Dwarka to IFFCO Chowk
• Option 3: Independent Express line from Sector 21 Dwarka to IFFCO Chowk with independent depot
New Line: HUDA City Centre – Gurugram Railway Station
- Length: 11.15 km
- Note: This line is proposed via Subhash Chowk, Rajiv Chowk and New Colony Mor
New Line: HUDA City Centre – Dwarka
- Length: 27.48 km
- Note: This line is proposed via Subhash Chowk on Sohna road, Hero Honda Chowk, Sector 33, 34, 37, Sector 10 A, 10, 9, 9 A, ESI Hospital, Sector 4, Sector 5, Railway Station, Sector 23 and Dwarka
Extn of Line-1: Sector 55/56 – Vatika Chowk (6.34 km)
- Length: 6.34 km
- Note: This line is proposed to run along Southern Peripheral Road (SPR) from Sector 55/56 to Vatika Chowk with 5 new metro stations at Sector 56, Sushant Lok, Sushant Lok Phase-3, Rosewood city and Vatika Chowk. The DMRC prepared this line’s Techno-Feasibility Report in September 2019.
Gurgaon Metro Route Map (Operational Network)
The embedded map below shows the exact location of all stations and can be zoomed into!
Key for map below: Line-1’s Phase 1 (Operational) | Line-1’s Phase 2 (Operational) | Delhi Metro – Yellow Line (Operational)
An official PDF route map of Gurgaon Metro will be added here when available.
Gurgaon Metro Future Network Master Plan
The proposed lines mentioned above have been mapped out below using official route maps displayed in various DPRs and techno-feasibility reports.
There’s some duplication of routes (from HUDA City Centre – Sohna Road), not all lines are expected to be built, and the routes of each are likely to modified by the time construction, if it ever, begins.
Gurgaon Metro Fares (Ticket Prices) on Line-1
Fares on the Gurgaon’s Rapid Metro are calculated based on distance traveled and dependent on type –
- Token (best for single journeys) – Minimum fare is Rs. 20 and maximum is Rs. 35.
- Smart Card / Value Card (best for multiple journeys) – the card is available for Rs. 150, which includes a refundable Rs 50 charge. Users can load amount in multiples of Rs. 100 up to a maximum of Rs. 3000. The card is valid for 10 years from the time of purchase or recharge, whichever is later.
- Tourist Card
(1) Single Day – Costs Rs 150 including a Rs. 50 security deposit
(2) 3 Day – Costs Rs 300 including a Rs. 50 security deposit
Gurgaon Metro Contractors (Line-1)
|Gurgaon Metro General Consultant (GC)||Delhi Metro Rail Corporation|
|Design and construction of elevated viaducts and the six stations (Phase 1)||IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company Ltd.|
|Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) system||Thales|
|Signaling & Power systems||Siemens|
|Rolling Stock (36 coaches)||CRRC Zhuzhou on a subcontract from Siemens|
Gurgaon Metro History (Key Dates)
• 14 November 2013: Cybercity – Sikanderpur (Line-1) – 5.1 km
• 31 March 2017: Sikanderpur – Sector 55-56 (Line-1) – 7 km
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