Varanasi Metro Map (Proposed)


Route Map of Varanasi Metro

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Varanasi Development Authority in coordination with the Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation has proposed the plan for the Varanasi Rapid Transit System in the city. Varanasi is located in Uttar Pradesh and is a holy city. It is a popular tourist destination and attracts travelers throughout the year. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Varanasi is home to numerous temples, ghats and archeological sites.

In the phase 1, two corridors are proposed. They are BHU to BHEL and Benia Bagh to Sarnath.

Proposed metro stations in these two corridors are as follows

Corridor 1. - BHU to BHEL



1. BHU
2. TulsiManasMandir
3. Ratnakar Park
4. Kali Bari
5. Kashi Vishwanath
6. BeniaBagh
7. Rathyatra Chowk
8. Kashi Vidyapeeth
9. Varanasi Junction
10. Nadesar
11. Collectorate
12. Bhojubeer
13. Gilat Bazar
14. Sangam Colony
15. Shivpur
16. Tarna
17. BHEL

Corridor 2 - Benia Bagh to Sarnath (Akashwani)



1. Benia bagh
2. Kotwali
3. Machodari
4. Kashi Depot
5. Jalalipura
6. PanchKoshiChauraha
7. AshapurChauraha
8. Havelia
9. Sarnath

Last Updated on : January 20, 2018









     


     

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