Mumbai Metro Green Line – Info, Route Map, Fares, Tenders & Updates

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Mumbai Metro’s Green Line (lines 4, 4A, 10, 11) is a 57.18 km under construction elevated & underground metro line connecting Shivaji Chowk (Mira Road) – Gaimukh – Kasarawadavali – Wadala – CST through 48 stations.

The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) is the owner of the line. In June 2019, a new nodal agency called Maha Mumbai Metro Operations Corporation (MMMOCL) was established to operate and maintain all services on lines owned by MMRDA.

MMRDA started the Green Line’s development with Line-4 – a 32.32 km corridor connecting Wadala – Kasarvadavali along LBS Marg and Eastern Express Highway in eastern Mumbai.

Line-4’s foundation stone was laid by the Prime Minister in 24 December 2016. In February 2018, Tata Projects – China Harbour Engineering Company (TPL-CHEC) JV and Reliance – Astaldi JV emerged as the lowest bidders for constructing five packages.

2.88 km Line-4A will extend the Green Line northward from Kasarvadavali to Gaimukh. Its detailed project report was approved by Maharashtra’s cabinet in December 2018, the MMRDA invited bids for it in March 2019, and J Kumar Infraprojects went on to be appointed as the civil contractor in September 2019 with a contract value of Rs 342 crore.

9.209 km Line-10 with 4 stations will extend the Green Line westward from Gaimukh to Shivaji Chowk in Mira Road. It was approved for construction by Maharashtra’s government on July 24, 2019 and India’s Prime Minister laid its foundation stone on September 9, 2019. Civil tendering for its construction is yet to begin.

12.774 km Line-11 with 10 stations has been proposed to extend the Green Line southward from Wadala to Chhattrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus and will consist of an 8.765 km underground stretch.

MMRDA and the Government of Maharashtra are in talks with German state-owned development bank KfW for an official development assistance (ODA) loan of €525 million to finance the line’s systems’ procurement.

The first section of the Green Line is expected to open in 2023 and will be connected to other metro lines, bus and suburban rail services through multiple interchanges throughout its route. The line’s official colour was revealed by MMRDA to the public on February 28, 2020 as part of a major branding exercise to establish style guidelines with help from Systra MVA Consulting. 

Key Figures

Operational: 0 km | Under Construction: 35.2 km | Approved: 9.209 km | Proposed: 12.774 km

System Specifications

• Top Speed: 80 kmph
• Average Speed: 34 kmph
• Track Gauge: Standard Gauge – 1435 mm
• Electrification: 25 kV, 50 Hz AC OHE
• Signalling: Communication-based Train Control (CBTC)

Green Line Route Info

Mumbai’s Green Line is being developed in four sections or parts –

Green Line Line-4: Bhakti Park (Wadala) – Kasaravadavali

  • Length: 32.32 km
  • Status: Under Construction
  • Type: Elevated
  • Depot: Vikhroli (Godrej) – 15.50 hectares
  • Number of Stations: 32
  • Stations Names: Bhakti Park, Wadala TT, Anik Bus Depot, Suman Nagar, Siddharth Colony, Amar Mahal Junction, Garodia Nagar, Pant Nagar, Lakshmi Nagar, Shreyas Cinema, Godrej Company, Vikhroli, Surya Nagar, Gandhi Nagar, Naval Housing, Bhandup Mahapalika, Bhandup, Shangrila, Dr Hedgewar Chowk, Mulund Fire Station, Maharana Pratap Chowk, Thane Teen Haath Naka, RTO Thane, Mahapalika Marg, Cadbury Junction, Majiwada, Kapurbawdi, Manpada, Tikuji-Ni-Wadi, Dongari Pada, Vijay Garden, Kasaravadavali
  • Estimated Cost: Rs. 14,549 cr
  • Estimated Daily Ridership: 13.43 lakh/day (2031, Gaimukh – Wadala)

Green Line – Line-4A: Kasaravadavali – Gaimukh

  • Length: 2.88 km
  • Status: Under Construction
  • Type: Elevated
  • Depot: Mogharpada (20 hectares)
  • Number of Stations: 2
  • Station Names: Gowniwada, Gaimukh
  • Detailed Project Report (DPR): view here (prepared by DMRC in Oct 2017)
  • Estimated Cost: Rs 949 cr

Green Line – Line-10: Gaimukh – Shivaji Chowk (Mira Road)

  • Length: 9.209 km
  • Status: Approved
  • Type: Elevated
  • Number of Stations: 4
  • Station Names: Gaimukh Reti Bundar, Versova Chaar Phata, Kashi Mira, Shivaji Chowk
  • Detailed Project Report (DPR): view here (prepared by DMRC in March 2019)
  • Estimated Cost: Rs. 4,476 cr
  • Estimated Daily Ridership: 4.66 lakh/day (2031)

Green Line – Line-11: Bhakti Park (Wadala) – CSMT (12.774 km)

  • Length: 12.744 km
  • Status: Proposed
  • Type: Elevated & Underground (8.765 km)
  • Depot: Wadala
  • Number of Stations: 10
  • Station Names: Wadala RTO, Ganesh Nagar, BPT Hospital, Sewri, Hay Bunder, Coal Bunder, Darukhana, Wadi Bunder, Clock Tower, Carnac Tower and CSMT
  • Detailed Project Report (DPR): view here (prepared by DMRC in Sept 2018)
  • Estimated Cost: Rs. 8739 cr
  • Estimated Daily Ridership: 16.95 lakh/day (2031, CSMT – Gaimukh)

Green Line Route Map

Green Line’s under construction Line-4 and Line-4A with all stations have been mapped out below. See the Mumbai Metro page for a future network map with Line-10 and Line-11’s general route.

Green Line Fares (Ticket Prices)

Green Line’s fare structure, prices and rules have not been announced yet. MMRDA plans to use the latest technologies for its automatic fare collection (AFC) system to allow QR codes and phones enabled with Near Field Communication (NFC) to utilize the system.

Green Line Tenders

Latest notices inviting tenders can be viewed on MMRDA’s website. News on these notices, their bidders, awarded tenders and contracts are covered in further detail on the news & construction page.

Green Line’s Major Contractors

General Consultant (GC) for Line-4 & 4ADB Engineering & Consulting GmbH – Louis Berger Pvt. Ltd – Hill International
General Consultant (GC) for Line-10SYSTRA MVA Consulting – DB Engineering & Consulting JV
Detailed Design Consultant (DDC) for Line-4SYSTRA MVA Consulting India Pvt. Ltd.
Rolling Stock: 234 standard gauge coachesBombardier Transportation Update: Contract terminated by Alstom in 2022
L4C02: Head Hardened RailsTender Canceled Bids were invited in Nov 2020
TelecommunicationsBidding Underway
CBTC Signaling & Train Control, Platform Screen DoorsAlstom Transport is lowest bidder
CA-08: Wadala – Amar Mahal (6.2 km viaduct & 6 stations)Reliance – Astaldi JV
CA-09: Garodia Nagar – Surya Nagar (6.4 km viaduct & 7 stations)TPL – CHEC JV
CA-10: Gandhi Nagar – Sonapur (6.7 km viaduct & 6 stations)Reliance – Astaldi JV
CA-11: Mulund Fire Station-Majiwada (7.1 km viaduct & 7 stations)TPL – CHEC JV
CA-12: Kapurbawdi -Kasarvadavali (6.8 km viaduct & 6 stations)Reliance – Astaldi JV
CA-54: Kasarvadavali – Gaimukh (2.88 km viaduct & 2 stations)J Kumar Infraprojects
CA- L4C01: Mogharpada Depot and InfrastructureTender cancelled May 2021
CA-160: Mogharpada Depot and infrastructureSEW Infrastructure – Vishwa Samudra Engineering JV (SEW – VSE JV)
CA-150: 9800 MT of Head Hardened RailsTender Cancelled (Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. was lowest bidder)
CA-161: Ballastless Trackwork in Mainline from Mulund Fire Station Ch. 18929.611 M to Gaimukh Ch. 34702.272 MApurvakriti Infrastructure (AIPL)
CA-194: Architectural Finishing and PEB roof work at 7 stations between Mulund Fire Station – MajiwadaEagle Infra is lowest bidder
CA-202: 9800 MT of Head Hardened RailsJSPL is only bidder
CA-222: Architectural Finishing and PEB roof work at 7 stations between Surya Nagar – Garodia Nagar3 Bids Submitted in January 2024

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