Mumbai Metro Yellow Line – Info, Route Maps, Fares, Tenders & Updates
Mumbai Metro’s Yellow Line (lines 2A, 2B) is a 42.20 km under construction elevated metro line connecting Dahisar East with Mandale through 39 stations.
The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) is the owner of the Yellow Line. A new nodal agency called Maha Mumbai Metro Operations Corporation (MMMOCL) was established in June 2019 to operate and maintain services on all lines owned by the MMRDA.
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) is the implementing agency of the line through a formally signed agreement between MMRDA & DMRC in 2015.
The Yellow Line is partly being financed through official development assistance (ODA) loans from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and New Development Bank (NDB). Its foundation stone was laid by the Prime Minister in October 2015, J Kumar Infraprojects won contracts for 2 civil packages of its first section in July 2016, and construction work commenced in November 2016.
The Yellow Line is expected to open in 2021 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 to the public on February 28, 2020 as part of a major branding exercise to establish style guidelines with help from Systra MVA Consulting.
- 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)
Yellow Line Route Info
The Yellow Line is being developed in two sections or parts –
Yellow Line – Line-2A: Dahisar East – D.N. Nagar
- Length: 18.589 km
- Type: Elevated
- Depot: Malvani in Malad West
- Number of Stations: 17
- Station Names: Dahisar East, Upper Dahisar Station (Anand Nagar), Kandarpada (Rushi Sankul), Mandapeshwar (IC Colony), Eksar, Borivali West (Don Bosco), Pahadi Eksar (Shimpoli, then Shimpawali), Kandivali West (Mahavir Nagar), Dahanukarwadi (Kamraj Nagar), Valnai (Charkop), Malad West, Lower Malad (Kasturi Park), Pahadi Goregaon (Bangur Nagar), Goregaon West, Oshiwara (Adarsh Nagar), Lower Oshiwara (Shastri Nagar) and Andheri West (D.N. Nagar)
- Detailed Project Report (DPR): View Here
- Estimated Cost: Rs. 6,410 crore
- Estimated Ridership: 4.07 lakh/day (2021); 6.09 lakh/day (2031)
Yellow Line – Line-2B: DN. Nagar – BKC – Mandale
- Length: 23.649 km
- Type: Elevated
- Depot: Mandale (22 hectares)
- Number of Stations: 22
- Station Names: ESIC Nagar, Prem Nagar, Indira Nagar, Nanavati Hospital, Khira Nagar, Saraswat Nagar, National College, Bandra, MMRDA Office, Income Tax office (ITO), ILFS, MTNL Metro, SG Barve Marg, Kurla Terminal, Kurla (E), EEH, Chembur, Diamond Garden, Shivaji Chowk, BSNL, Mankhurd & Mandale
- Estimated Cost: Rs. 10,986 cr
Yellow Line Route Map
Yellow Line Fares (Ticket Prices)
Yellow 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.
Yellow Line Tenders
Latest notices inviting tenders can be viewed on DMRC’s website and on MMRDA’s website. News on these notices, their bidders, awarded tenders and contracts are covered in further detail on the news & construction page.
Yellow Line’s Major Contractors
|Implementing Agency||Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC)|
|Detailed Design Consultant (Entire Line-2)||AECOM|
|Detailed Design Consultant (DDC) for Stations, Mandale Depot, Staff Quarters & Aux Structures||SYSTRA MVA Consulting India Pvt. Ltd.|
|Survey, Measurement, Georeferencing, Demarcation and Preparing Maps for Metro Line-2A||S.P. Enterprises|
|MRS1: Rolling Stock (504 Coaches for Yellow & Red lines)||BEML|
|Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) system||Datamatics Global Services Ltd.|
|Escalators for Line-2A||Schindler India Pvt. Ltd.|
|Half Height Platform Screen Doors (PSDs)||KTK (Lot 1) and CRRC Zhuzou (Lot 2)|
|MT-1RR: Supply of 6350 MT Head Hardened Rails (UIC 60, IRS-T-12-2009, 1080 Grade) for Line-2A||Arcelor Mittal Espana|
|MT-4: Standard Gauge Track work along with Ballasted / Ballastless tracks in Charkop Depot||S.C. Agarwal|
|MT-5: Ballastless Track from Dahisar East – Kamraj Nagar||Paras Railtech Pvt. Ltd.|
|MT-6: Ballastless Track from Kamraj Nagar – DN Nagar||Paras Railtech Pvt. Ltd.|
|AC01: Dahisar East to Kamraj Nagar (viaduct and 8 stations)||J Kumar Infraprojects Ltd – CRTG JV|
|AC02: Kamraj Nagar to DN Nagar (viaduct and 8 stations)||J Kumar Infraprojects Ltd – CRTG JV|
|AC03: Charkop Depot & Workshop – Construction & land development||Anupam Construction Co.|
|AC04: Charkop Depot & Workshop – Pre-engineered buildings||Ghaziabad Mechfab Pvt. Ltd.|
|CA-04R: DN Nagar to IL&FS (viaduct and 10 stations)||Simplex Infrastructures Ltd. (terminated in Jan 2020)|
|CA-06: IL&FS to Chembur (viaduct & 6 stations)||RCC Infraventures Ltd. (RCC – MBZ JV) (terminated in Jan 2020)|
|CA-07: Diamond Garden to Mandale (viaduct & 5 stations)||Niraj Cement Structurals (NCC) – Guan JV|
|CA-14 – Mandale Depot’s Construction||RCC Infraventures Ltd. (RCC – MBZ JV) (terminated in Jan 2020)|
|C101: DN Nagar – MTNL (balance work)||Tender Canceled in August 2020. In July, MMRDA received 4 bids|
|C102: MTNL – Chembur (balance work)||Tender Canceled in August 2020. In July, MMRDA received 4 bids|
|C103: Mandale Depot’s Construction (balance work)||6 bids received – technical bid evaluation underway|
|L2B-106: Iconic Bridges at at BKC Entry, Vakola Nalla Crossing and Mithi River Crossing||Tender Canceled in August 2020. Bids had been invited in June 2020.|
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