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News Entry# 393720
  
Oct 22 (01:28) Versova-Ghatkopar Metro One crosses 60 crore ridership in 5 years (timesofindia.indiatimes.com)
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MUMBAI: Over five years after it began operations in June 2014, Metro One (Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar) on Saturday crossed the 60-crore ridership landmark.The 12-km-long corridor is an important east-west connector as it connects Western Railway in Andheri to Ghatkopar on the Central Railway via Andheri-Kurla Road, which has emerged as an important business district. R-Infra-promoted Metro One Pvt Ltd (MMOPL), which operates this corridor, stated every additional 10 crore is noteworthy as the number of days it takes to reach the milestone has been consistently decreasing.Mumbai Metro One operates 422 daily trips on weekdays. It operated 1,35,248 trips between October 2018 and September 2019 with punctuality performance of 99.9% and train availability of 100%.An MMOPL spokesperson said, “The impressive growth in commuters is attributed to our persistent efforts to provide safety, security, cleanliness, reliability and comfort to our commuters.”One of the major reasons for people switching to Metro is the average road...
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travel time from Ghatkopar to Versova is drastically cut from 120 minutes to a little over 20 minutes.Badlapur resident Sanjay Shitole, who switched to Metro from bus to travel from Ghatkopar to Saki Naka said, “The Metro trains are crowded, but I still prefer them because I save time and get a pollution-free ride.” Another commuter from Andheri, KT Jose said, “It is boon during monsoon when bus services are erratic. Also, it was tough to get an auto for short distances up to WEH.”
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