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No Metro services on MG Road-Trinity stretch from Dec 28-30


Team Udayavani, Dec 23, 2018, 10:58 AM IST

Bengaluru: Days after cracks were noticed on a pillar near Trinity Metro Station, the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (BMRCL), will suspend operations between MG Road and Indiranagar Metro Stations along the Purple Line from 8 pm, December 28 to 30, in order to undertake major repair works. The services will be restored by 5 am on December 31.

Earlier the BMRCL had planned to undertake the repair works between December22-23 but later postponed it keeping in mind the Christmas season.

According to a press release by BMRCL, the train services between Mysuru Road and MG Road, and Indira Nagar and Byappanahalli sections of the Purple Line will, however, will continue to be operational. The trains will ply at different headways ranging from 6 to 15 minutes. Services will be normal for the rest of the train network along the purple line.

On December 28, the trains leaving on or before 7:30 pm from Mysuru Road will run up to Byappanahalli and trains leaving Byappanahalli on or before 7:45 pm will run up to Mysuru Road. Following this, the trains which depart will be running between Mysuru Road and M G Road and Indiranagar and Byappanahalli stations.

Passengers who want to travel along the Green Line on these days may be inconvenienced as the tokens for stations beyond MG Road will be issued only up to 6.45 pm on December 28.

To make up for the cancelled services, BMRCL will run free bus services between Cubbon Park station and Baiyappanahalli  Station on December 28 night and on 29 and 30. “The bus services are planned for longer length for the convenience of commuters.” the release added.

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