Pune Metro Map


Metro Map of Pune

Metro Map of Pune
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Pune Metro Project



Jan 8, 2018 - Hindustan Construction Company Ltd. (HCC) has been awarded a Rs 484-crore contract by the Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. (MMRCL) for the Pune Metro Rail Project. Pune Metro Project was approved by the cabinet on 8 December 2016. The Pune Metro project has been undertaken by MAHA Metro, a SPV (Special Purpose Vehicle) of Government of India and Government of Maharashtra. The project plans to improve the infrastructure of Pune and also intends to develop world class stations and surrounding areas to showcase the rich cultural heritage of Pune. Pune Metro is to have two Lines.

Line 1 (14 Stations) PCMC - Swargate 16.589 KM underground 5 elevated 9
Line 2 (16 Stations) Vanaz - Ramwadi 14.665 KM - elevated 16

Line 1 consists of the following stations -


  • PCMC
  • Sant Tukaram Nagar
  • Bhosari (Nashik Phata)
  • Kasarwadi
  • Phugewadi
  • Dapodi
  • Bopodi
  • Khadki
  • Range Hill
  • Shivaji Nagar
  • Civil Court
  • Budhwar Peth
  • Mandai
  • Swargate

Line 2 consists of following stations


  • Vanaz
  • Anand Nagar
  • Ideal Colony
  • Nal Stop
  • Garware College
  • Deccan Gymkhana
  • Chhatrapati Sambhaji Udyan
  • PMC
  • Civil Court
  • Mangalwar Peth
  • Pune Railway Station
  • Ruby Hall Clinic
  • Bund Garden
  • Yerawada
  • Kalyani Nagar
  • Ramwadi


Last Updated on : February 8, 2018




 
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