Ridership of NMRC increases last week up to 25k after the lockdown

Noida, India (Metro Rail Today): Noida Metro Rail Corporation (NMRC) resumed train services from June 9,2021 after the relaxation of partial curfew in Gautam Buddh Nagar. Initially, passenger ridership remained very low and week-wise average daily ridership of only 2,877 passengers could be achieved.

NMRC has been taking necessary measures to prevent the spread of covid-19 and to ensure a safe journey of commuters.

All NMRC trains are fully sanitized after each trip.

The stations, platform and other “contact areas” like Call buttons of lifts, AFC gates, Handle belts of Escalators & Staircases, POS machines etc. are sanitized at regular intervals.

Passenger screening team is deployed at each station to check masks, temperature and hand sanitization of commuters.

Signages & markings are provided in station area and inside trains for maintaining proper social distance amongst passengers.

Due to various measures taken by NMRC, the confidence of commuters has been growing gradually. As a result, in the previous week i.e., from October 11, 2021 to October 17  2021, NMRC achieved week-wise average daily ridership of 17, 289. NMRC also achieved its highest ridership of 22,996 passengers on a single day post lockdown on October 11,2021.

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