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Jaipur metro

The network consists of two phases, the East-West Corridor and the North-South Corridor.

◗ Number of lines: 2
◗ Number of stations: 31
◗ Number of daily passengers:210,000 (Phase I)
◗ Manager: Nihal Chand Goel, Chairman & MD
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Lucknow metro

It will be the most expensive metro project in the state of Uttar Pradesh, with € 1,500M.

◗ Number of lines: 2
◗ Number of stations: 34 (10 underground and 24 elevated)
◗ Number of daily passengers: 887.959 passengers
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Kochi metro

Kochi is the first city with less than 2 million people that is constructing a metro network.

◗ Number of lines: 1
◗ Number of stations: 23
◗ Number of daily passengers: 381,868 (2015)
◗ Manager: Elias George, MD
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Calcutta metro

This is the first underground railway in India, with a length of 23.135 km. It offers services to the city of Calcutta and the southern and northern districts of West Bengal.

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Mumbai metro

It will be built in three phases over a period of 15 years and it is expected to be completed in 2021. The final plan will include seven metro lines.

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Delhi metro

◗ Number of lines: 2
◗ Number of stations: 34 (10 underground and 24 elevated)
◗ Number of daily passengers: 887,959 passengers
◗ Operational project: 2016-2017
◗ Length: 23.986 elevated km and 9.990 underground km

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