Hyderabad Metro HMRL

Hyderabad Metro (HMRL) is a Mass Rapid Transit System being construct to serve “the Pearl City of India”. After Delhi Metro it is considered as the second largest operational Metro in India with 57 stations . The Hyderabad Metro lines are arranged in a secant model. The metro route from Miyapur to Nagole was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 28th Nov 2017 which includes almost 24 stations. At present Hyderabad Metro runs on 3 lines which named as Hyderabad Metro Red Line, Hyderabad Metro Green Line and Hyderabad Metro Blue Line which comfortably connected with existing Indian railways terminals, MMTS and bus stations along the corridors.On February 2020, the daily ridership of Hyderabad Metro touched 4,75,000. Also ladies coach was introduced in all metro coaches of Hyderabad Metro.

Hyderabad Metro Quick Info

Owner: Government of Telangana (10%) Larsen & Toubro (90%)
Serving Cities: Hyderabad, Telangana, India
Number of Lines: 3
Headquarters: Metro Bhawan, Begumpet, Hyderabad
Started Operations in: 29 November 2017
Daily Timings: 6:30 am to 11:00 pm (Mon–Sat) and 7:00 am 11:00 pm (Sun)
Fare: ₹ 10–60

Hyderabad Metro Lesser Known Facts

  • Hyderabad Metro is one of the largest Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in the world.
  • The entire Hyderabad Metro rail system covers about 72 km of the city with a 57 operational stations.
  • It works on a fully automated transport framework.
  • It covers all major landmarks and hubs of Hyderabad City which includes Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Osmania University , Secunderabad Railway Station, Begumpet and Ameerpet.
  • The MGBS Metro Station is one of the biggest Metro Rail stations in Asia. It connects corridor-I metro from Miyapur to LB Nagarand corridor-II at JBS to Falaknuma Metro.

Hyderabad Metro Stations