Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Namma Metro Services in Bengaluru resumes today after relaxation in lockdown

Namma Metro Services in Bengaluru resumed today after relaxation in lockdown. The Metro rail services were suspended on 28th April in view of the lockdown imposed due to Covid-19 pandemic.

As per Government of Karnataka unlock guidelines, Operations of Namma Metro services will be available on weekdays from Monday to Friday.

No Metro Train Services will be available on Saturdays and Sundays in view of the Curfew on weekends. The trains will operate between 7 am to 11 am and 3 pm to 6 pm with a frequency of 5 minutes. However, the frequency of train operations will be revised depending on the passenger traffic. To start with, travel will be allowed by smart cards only with online top-up through mobile app and BMRCL website. Cash transactions are permitted for purchase of Smart Cards and its top-up at stations. All passengers have to follow strictly COVID-19 protocols such as Thermal scanning at entry of the station, wearing masks, sanitisation of hands and social distancing.

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