Ahmedabad Metro: Project Information, Routes, Fares and other Details

Sangeeta Singh Posted on: 2020-09-17 17:39:00 Viewer: 4,629 Comments: 0 Country: India City: Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad Metro: Project Information, Routes, Fares and other Details

In the bustling urban landscape of Ahmedabad, India, an ambitious transformation is underway with the development of an extensive metro rail network. With two of metro rail lines spanning a combined length of 68.28 kilometers, this transformative project is poised to revolutionize the city's transportation landscape. Backed by a substantial project cost of Rs. 16,157.17 cr., this metro rail endeavor is not only set to ease commuter congestion but also foster sustainable urban growth and connectivity for years to come. The metro train operation in the first Phase of the Ahmedabad Metro project was started on  06 March 2019 and the system is now covering a total of 68.28 km with two lines. By the end of 2025, the Ahmedabad Metro will cover a total network of 68.28 kilometers.

Project Summary

  • Project Name: Ahmedabad Metro Rail Project
  • Operator: Gujarat Metro Rail Corporation Limited
  • Owner: Govt. of India and Govt. of Gujarat
  • Project Type: Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS)
  • Network Length: 68.28 km
  • No. of Phases/Lines: 2 (3 Lines)
  • Project Cost: INR 16,157.17 Crore
  • Status: Operational - March 4, 2019

Routes & Network 

#1 Blue Line: Vastral Gam - Thaltej Gam (21.16 km) Operational

#2 Red Line: Motera stadium - Gift City (47.12 km) Partially Operational

Operational Routes

Line 1:Blue (East-West Corridor): Vastral Gam - Thaltej Gam 

  • Total length: 21.16 km
  • No. of Stations: 18
  • Operational:  Vastral Gam, Nirant Cross Road, Vastral, Rabari Colony, Amraiwadi, Apparel Park, Kankaria East, Kalupur Railway Station, Ghee Kanta, Shahpur, Old High Court, Stadium, Commerce Six Road, Gujarat University, Gurukul Road, Doordarshan Kendra,Thaltej and Thaltej Gam.

Line 2: Red (North-South Corridor): Motera Stadium - APMC

  • Total length: 18.87 km
  • No. of Stations: 15
  • Stations: Motera Stadium, Sabarmati, AEC, Sabarmati Railway Station,  Ranip, Vadaj, Vijaynagar, Usmanpura, Old High Court, Gandhigram, Paldi, Shreyas, Rajivnagar, Jivraj Park, APMC.

Future Expansion

 Line-2 Red (North-South): Motera Stadium – Mahatma Mandir

  • Length: 22.84 km
  • Type: Elevated
  • Number of Stations: 20
  • Station Names: Koteshwar Road, Vishwakarma College, Tapovan Circle, Narmada Canal, Koba Circle, Juna Koba, Koba Gam, GNLU, Raysan, Randesan, Dholakuva Circle, Infocity, Sector-1, Sector-10A, Sachivalaya, Akshardham, Juna Sachivalaya, Sector-16, Sector-24 and Mahatma Mandir

 Line-2: Red (Branch Line, Eastern Spur): Gujarat National Law University – Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GNLU                                      – GIFT City)

  • Length: 5.416 km
  • Type: Elevated
  • Number of Stations: 3
  • Stations Names: Gujarat National Law University (GNLU), Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University (PDPU) and Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT City)

Train Maintanance Depot

Phase I - Line 1 (Blue) - Apparel Park (Operational)

Phase I - Line 2 (Red) - Gyaspur (Operational)

Phase II - Line 2 (Red) - Indroda (Under Construction)


Up to 7.5 km - ₹ 10

Above 7.5 and Up to 21 km - ₹ 25

Ahmedabad Metro Route Map

Click to view on Google Maps

Key Dates

  • November 2014: The project was approved by Govt of India.(Phase I)
  • 14March 2015: Construction work started of Ahmedabad Metro Phase I.
  • 4 March 2019: Inaugurated by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
  • 6 March 2019: Vastral – Apparel Park (Line 1/Phase 1) 6.5 km.
  • 30 September 2022: Apparal Park - Thaltej Gam (Line 1/Phase 1) 14.66 km.
  • 30 September 2022: Motera Stadium – APMC (Line 2/Phase 1) 18.87 km.

Helpline No.


Metro Authority

Gujarat Metro Rail Corporation Limited

Corporate Office: 803, 8th Floor, GNFC Info Tower,

Sarkhej, Gandhinagar Highway, Bodakdev,

Ahmedabad – 380054, Gujarat, India

Customer Care 

Email: care@gujaratmetrorail.com

Website: www.gujaratmetrorail.com



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