2A and 7 lines of Mumbai metro's second phase to be operational soon
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2A and 7 lines of Mumbai metro's second phase to be operational soon

Metro lines 2A and 7's second phase will soon be operational, according to the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA). Dahanukarwadi in Kandivali is connected to DN Nagar by line 2A, and Aarey Road is linked to the Andheri Highway by line 7.

The MMRDA will use lines 2A and 7 for a 16-hour mega block on January 8 between 6 am and 10 pm to test integrated signalling systems and combine the first phase of metro lines with the second phase.

The MMRDA stated that all civil construction as well as system upgrades for both metro lines had been finished. It claimed that once both lines are fully functioning, traffic on the roads will reduce.

The second phase of the metro lines 2A and 7 will soon be in service for Mumbai residents after all civil and system work on the lines has been finished.

The Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar portion of the first Mumbai metro corridor will be connected with these lines.

The 9.5 km-long section of the 18.6 km-long 2A corridor between Dahisar east and DN Nagar (Yellow Line) that runs from Dahisar east to Dahanukarwadi will be operational starting in April 2022. The Red Line, a 16.5 km metro section between Dahisar (E) and Andheri Highway, is also active for its 9.75 km length between Dahisar (E) and Aarey Colony.

Keywords:Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority, MMRDA, Dahanukarwadi, Kandivali, DN Nagar, Andheri Highway, Mumbai residents, Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar metro corridor

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Metro lines 2A and 7's second phase will soon be operational, according to the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA). Dahanukarwadi in Kandivali is connected to DN Nagar by line 2A, and Aarey Road is linked to the Andheri Highway by line 7. The MMRDA will use lines 2A and 7 for a 16-hour mega block on January 8 between 6 am and 10 pm to test integrated signalling systems and combine the first phase of metro lines with the second phase. The MMRDA stated that all civil construction as well as system upgrades for both metro lines had been finished. It claimed that once both lines are fully functioning, traffic on the roads will reduce. The second phase of the metro lines 2A and 7 will soon be in service for Mumbai residents after all civil and system work on the lines has been finished. The Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar portion of the first Mumbai metro corridor will be connected with these lines. The 9.5 km-long section of the 18.6 km-long 2A corridor between Dahisar east and DN Nagar (Yellow Line) that runs from Dahisar east to Dahanukarwadi will be operational starting in April 2022. The Red Line, a 16.5 km metro section between Dahisar (E) and Andheri Highway, is also active for its 9.75 km length between Dahisar (E) and Aarey Colony. Keywords:Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority, MMRDA, Dahanukarwadi, Kandivali, DN Nagar, Andheri Highway, Mumbai residents, Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar metro corridor Also read: HG Infra emerges lowest bidder for DMRC projectPM Modi inaugurates Kolkata Metro’s Joka-Taratala route

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