List of Hyderabad Metro stations

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This is the list of stations of the Hyderabad Metro, a rapid transit system serving the city of Hyderabad in India. As of March 2019, there are 45 metro stations in the network, which were completed and operational as a part of Phase I making it the second longest operational metro network in India after Delhi Metro.[1]

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Hyderabad Metro on 29 November 2017 by opening a 30km stretch from Miyapur to Nagole and hence making it the longest stretch commissioned in the first phase among all metros in India.[2][3] It has since been expanded to around 56.5 km (35.1 mi) of route length.[4] The system is operated by the Hyderabad Metro Rail Limited (HMRL).

Each line of the Hyderabad Metro is identified by a specific colour. The system uses rolling stock of standard gauge and has the elevated lines. The Metro is open from about 06:30 to 22:30 hours with trains operating at a frequency of 3.5 to 6.5 minutes with CBTC and integrated telecommunication and supervision systems that allows an unattended train operation (UTO).[5] As of October 2018, the Hyderabad Metro has an average daily ridership of around 200,000 commuters.[6] The Red Line connects Miyapur to the north and LB Nagar to the south, while the Blue Line connects Ameerpet to the west and Nagole to the east.

Stations[edit]

Terminal station
* Transfer station
†* Terminal and transfer station to other lines
†† Transfer station to Indian Railways / ISBT / Airport Shuttle
** Transfer station to other lines and Indian Railways / ISBT / Airport Shuttle
#* Terminal and transfer station to Indian Railways / ISBT / Airport Shuttle
†¤ Terminal, transfer station to other lines and Indian Railways / ISBT / Airport Shuttle
# Station Name (English) Station Name (Telugu) Line Opened Layout Notes Ref.
1 Ameerpet * అమీర్‌పేట్  Blue Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
  • Interchange of Train between Blue Line and Red Line
[3][4][7]
 Red Line 
2 Assembly అసెంబ్లీ  Red Line  24 September 2018 Elevated
3 Begumpet †† బేగంపేట్  Blue Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
4 Bharat Nagar †† భరత్ నగర్  Red Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
5 Chaitanyapuri చైతన్యపురి  Red Line  24 September 2018 Elevated
6 Dilsukhnagar దిల్‌సుఖ్‌నగర్  Red Line  24 September 2018 Elevated
7 Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Balanagar డా. బి. ఆర్. అంబేడ్కర్ బాలానగర్  Red Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
8 Durgam Cheruvu దుర్గం చెరువు  Blue Line  20 March 2019 Elevated
9 Erragadda ఎఱ్ఱగడ్డ  Red Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
10 ESI Hospital ఇ.స్.ఐ. హాస్పిటల్  Red Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
11 Gandhi Bhavan గాంధీ భవన్  Red Line  24 September 2018 Elevated
12 Habsiguda హబ్సిగూడ  Blue Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
13 HITEC City †† హైటెక్ సిటి  Blue Line  20 March 2019 Elevated
  • Transfer station for Airport Shuttle
[4]
14 Irrum Manzil ఇర్రమంజిల్  Red Line  24 September 2018 Elevated
15 JNTU College †† జె.ఎన్.టి.యు. కాలేజ్  Red Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
  • Transfer station for Airport Shuttle
16 Khairatabad †† ఖైరతాబాద్  Red Line  24 September 2018 Elevated
17 KPHB Colony కె.పి.హెచ్.బి. కాలని  Red Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
18 Kukatpally కూకట్‌పల్లి  Red Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
19 L B Nagar #* ఎల్.బి. నగర్  Red Line  24 September 2018 Elevated
  • Terminal station for Red Line
  • Transfer station for Airport Shuttle
[7]
20 Lakdi-ka-pul లక్డీ-కా-పూల్  Red Line  24 September 2018 Elevated
21 Madhapur మాధాపూర్  Blue Line  13 April 2019 Elevated [8]
22 Malakpet †† మలక్‌పేట్  Red Line  24 September 2018 Elevated
23 Mettuguda మెట్టుగూడ  Blue Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
24 MG Bus Station †† ఎం.జి. బస్ స్టేషన్  Red Line  24 September 2018 Elevated
25 Miyapur మియాపూర్  Red Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
  • Terminal station for Red Line
[3]
26 Moosapet మూసాపేట్  Red Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
27 Musarambagh ముసరంబాగ్  Red Line  24 September 2018 Elevated
28 Nagole † నాగోల్  Blue Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
  • Transfer station for Blue Line
[3]
29 Nampally †† నాంపల్లి  Red Line  24 September 2018 Elevated
30 New Market న్యూ మార్కెట్  Red Line  24 September 2018 Elevated
31 NGRI ఎన్ జి ఆర్ ఐ  Blue Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
32 Osmania Medical College ఉస్మానియ మెడికల్ కాలేజీ  Red Line  24 September 2018 Elevated
33 Parade Ground †† పరేడ్ గ్రౌండ్  Blue Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
34 Paradise ప్యారడైజ్  Blue Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
35 Peddamma Gudi పెద్దమ్మ గుడి  Blue Line  30 March 2019 Elevated [9]
36 Prakash Nagar ప్రకాశ్‌నగర్  Blue Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
37 Punjagutta పంజాగుట్ట  Red Line  24 September 2018 Elevated
38 Rasoolpura రసూల్‌పుర  Blue Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
39 Road No 5 Jubilee Hills రోడ్ నం 5 జూబిలీ హిల్స్  Blue Line  20 March 2019 Elevated
40 S.R. Nagar ఎస్.ఆర్. నగర్  Red Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
41 Secunderabad East †† సికింద్రాబాద్ ఈస్ట్  Blue Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
42 Stadium స్టేడియం  Blue Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
43 Tarnaka †† తార్నాక  Blue Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
  • Transfer station for Airport Shuttle
44 Taruni Madhura Nagar తరుణి మధురా నగర్  Blue Line  20 March 2019 Elevated [10]
45 Uppal †† ఉప్పల్  Blue Line  29 November 2017 Elevated
  • Transfer station for Airport Shuttle
46 Victoria Memorial విక్టోరియా మెమోరియల్  Red Line  24 September 2018 Elevated
47 Yusufguda యూసుఫ్‌గూడ  Blue Line  20 March 2019 Elevated

References[edit]

  1. ^ Iyer, Swathyr (25 September 2018). "Tryst with Metro history as 2nd longest corridor opens". The Times of India. Retrieved 29 January 2019.
  2. ^ "Metro Rail to get lease of life in November". The Times of India. Press Trust of India. 28 November 2017. Retrieved 29 January 2019.
  3. ^ a b c d Ch., Sushil Rao (15 August 2017). "PM Modi inaugurates Hyderabad Metro Rail". The Times of India. Retrieved 29 January 2019.
  4. ^ a b c Devulapally, Indrajeet (21 March 2019). "Hyderabad Metro logs into IT corridor". Telangana Today. Retrieved 27 March 2019.
  5. ^ V., Geetanath (19 November 2017). "Driver-less technology on Hyderabad metro rail". The Hindu. Retrieved 29 January 2019.
  6. ^ BV., Mahalakshmi (15 October 2018). "Hyderabad Metro, the largest PPP metro project, has become a big success". Financial Express. Retrieved 29 January 2019.
  7. ^ a b V., Geetanath (24 September 2018). "Hyderabad Metro Rail is now second largest metro network in country". The Hindu. Retrieved 30 March 2019.
  8. ^ "Madhapur Metro station opened for passengers". Telangana Today. 13 April 2019. Retrieved 17 April 2019.
  9. ^ "Hyderabad: Peddammagudi station opened for Metro passengers". Telangana Today. 30 March 2019. Retrieved 30 March 2019.
  10. ^ V., Geetanath (6 April 2019). "This metro station is Taruni now". The Hindu. Retrieved 19 April 2019.

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