Hyderabad Metro again on tracks after over 5 months


Naveen S Garewal 

Tribune News Service 

Hyderabad, September 7 

In a significant aid to native commuters, the Hyderabad Metro Rail’s trains resumed service after greater than 5 months. The metro service began at 7 am on Monday and is being operated underneath strict adherence to Covid-19 pointers.

Passengers should not allowed on the metro is they don’t assist a masks or have a fever. 

The metro service won’t function all through the day however will run from 7 am to midday after which once more from four pm to 9 pm. The goal for this being that the federal government desires to cater to the Unlock provisions, however on the identical time wish to take site visitors off the roads in the course of the peak hours. 

Metro operations will return to full scale in a graded method. After the Miyapur- LB Nagar route that began immediately, the authorities suggest to start service on the Nagole to Raidurg hall on Tuesday. The remaining routes will turn into operational from September 9. 

The metro operators have advised the passengers that they have been encouraging Smart Card and Mobile QR tickets with cashless/on-line transactions for the security of passengers. In order to make sure social distancing, appropriate markings at stations and inside trains have been achieved for passengers to face, officers stated. 

The companies are solely out there in locations that haven’t any circumstances of COVID-19. The metro won’t cease or function in containment zones.



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