Date of Post: 01 Sep, 2018
Mumbai: The MMRDA (Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority) puts its Monorail back on track from September 1, 2018, MMRDA said in a release. The Monorail will run, simultaneously, from Wadala and Chembur at 6 am and will remain operational until 10 pm, according to the release.
With 15-minute frequency the Monorail will make 130 trips every day from Saturday, it said.
- While the last Monorail from Wadala will depart at 9.53 pm the last Monorail from Chembur will depart at 10.08 pm.
- The distance between Wadala Depot and Chembur station is around 5 Km.
- Monorail services have been resumed after 10 months in Mumbai.
- The services were stopped after an incident of fire that took place in November 2017.
- Officials expect that the monorail will receive the same response as it received several months ago.
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