Date of Post: 04 Aug, 2018
Mumbai: The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has decided to resume services on the 8.9-km long Chembur-Wadala monorail Phase-I corridor from September 1. “We have decided to restart the monorail Phase-I services from September 1. Scomi Engineering will operate the corridor,” confirming the development, an MMRDA official said.
- An official said, the fares will remain unchanged.
- The fares will not be revised until the entire corridor from Chembur to Jacob Circle is operational.
- When the services resume, the existing fare structure will still be applicable
- The Phase II of monorail connecting Wadala to Jacob Circle is slated to open January next year, due to a shortage of rakes.
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