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JBS to MGBS: Second largest metro corridor in India



JBS to MGBS: Second largest metro corridor in India

The Hyderabad Metro Rail project is getting better and better. With the new Green Line of JBS Parade Ground to Mahatma Gandhi Bus Station, commuters can save their precious travel time by 16 minutes! The 11 Km-corridor II stretch is inclusive of nine stations that link Secunderabad and Hyderabad.

The nitty-gritty of the Metro Station

  • The JBS Parade Ground Metro Station is right next to the second-largest bus terminus of Hyderabad
  • The metro station stands tall with whooping five levels
  • The MGBS Interchange Metro Station is of three lakh square feet and is considered to be one of the largest in India
  • The nine stations are JBS-Parade Grounds, Secunderabad West, Gandhi Hospital, Musheerabad, RTC Crossroads, Chikkadpally, Narayanguda, Sultan Bazaar,and MGBS
  • It is estimated that over 60,000 passengers will commute through the metro every day
  • The MGBS is covered with 150 CCTV cameras.

JBS to MGBS: Second largest metro corridor in India

Although the inauguration of the new line was not a merry one since the Union Minister of the State for Home Affairs G Kishan Reddy opined that there is a conspiracy beneath this ‘rushed’ inauguration and further conveyed that the TRS and MIM parties are purposefully hindering the addition of the metro towards Falaknuma since they do not want any development in the Old City.

What are your thoughts about the new line of the metro station? Will it ease your commute or are you waiting for the metro to be added in your area?

Do you think that the new line of Hyderabad Metro Rail should have been inaugurated during the peak morning and evening hours so that the authorities could get a taste of their own medicine?

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