In order to cater to the public better, Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) has introduced tempo traveller facility from Alandur Metro Station to Velacheri from Tuesday.
According to reports, there is a problem with the ticket vending machines. So, the authorities have decided to allow passengers to use Metro service for free. Continue Reading
Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami and Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam today showered encomiums on Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu and his leadership qualities as the Chairman of Rajya Sabha. Continue Reading
Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) has announced that payment for parking charges at Metro stations will be accepted only through CMRL travel card from 1 August. Continue Reading
Nizhal, an NGO and ‘Friends of Panagal Park,’ organised a campaign ‘Save Panagal Park’ on 12 May. Continue Reading
In an attempt to bring awareness to government school students about Metro Rail in city, Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) has been undertaking monthly educational trips from Central Metro to Airport, AG-DMS to Airport and AG-DMS to Washermenpet. A CMRL spokesperson, said, ‘In February, a total of 2,528 students travelled in Metro during the academic year 2018-19. Since the commencement of the trips from June last year, a total of 28,838 students from government schools have utilised these trips. The features of the Metro and its stations were explained to the students.’ Continue Reading
A collision was averted Tuesday night at Ashok Pillar Metro station when two trains were found on the same track. Though the officials acted swiftly, passengers went through a harrowing experience as they were stranded for a long time. Continue Reading