Metro trains in Bangalore for Purple and Green Line runs as per the below schedule:
Monday to Friday except 2nd or 4th Saturdays of the month
On Sundays, General Holidays, 2nd and 4th Saturdays
In case there is any surge in travel demand, additional trains from select metro stations will be operated.
The first phase of Bangalore Metro was started in the year 2011. The second phase is still under construction. There are 42 stations in the first phase in two routes - the purple line and the green line.Line-1 | Purple Line
|Byappanahalli||08:00 AM||10:00 AM|
|Mysore Road||08:00 AM||10:00 AM|
|Nadaprabhu Kempegowda||08:34 AM||10:34 AM|
Line-2 | Green Line
|Nagasandra||08:00 AM||10:00 AM|
|Yelachenahalli||09:20 AM||11:20 AM|
|Nadaprabhu Kempegowda||08:46 AM||10:46 AM|
|Yeshwantpur||08:21 AM||10:21 AM|
Know the first and last train timings of Namma Metro and reach your destination on time. Here is a list of Metro train timings to and from different parts of Bengaluru. Namma Metro is India's 4th largest metro network. Namma Metro is the lifeline of Bengaluru, feeding lakhs of people per day.
|Station||First Train||Last Train|
|Byappanahalli||08:00 AM||08:00 PM|
|Mysore Road||08:00 AM||08:00 PM|
|Nadaprabhu Kempegowda||08:46 AM||08:46 PM|
|Nagasandra||08:00 AM||08:00 PM|
|Yelachenahalli||09:20 AM||09:20 PM|
|Yeshwantpur||08:21 AM||08:21 PM|
The Purple line starts from Baiyyapanahalli and goes on till Mysore Road. The Green line starts from Nagasandra and goes on till Yelachenahalli. Namma Metro rail operates doubled coaches to six from three to ferry more commuters on the east-west Purple Line. Namma metro link to KGIA (Bengaluru) international airport.
Considering the lockdown situation, Bangalore Metro starts at 8:00 AM (Monday to Friday) and 10:00 AM on Sundays, General Holidays, 2nd and 4th Saturdays.
Due to lockdown, Bangalore's Namma Metro service is available during from 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM and 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM (Monday to Friday and 1st and 3rd Saturdays) and from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM and 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM (Sundays, General Holidays, 2nd and 4th Saturdays).
Bangalore Metro is partially operational. Due to the COVID-19 situation, lockdown has been imposed and as a result Bangalore Metro service is limited.
Many people are reluctant about travelling on public transportation, but experts have confirmed that the risk is negligible. In fact, working at an office which has been open for months poses a greater health danger than using Namma Metro!
Yes, the Nagasandra-Silk Institute (Green line) is open. The first train starts from 8:00 AM and the last train is at 8:00 PM.
Yes, the Baiyappanahalli-Mysuru Road (Purple line) is open. The first train starts from 8:00 AM and the last train is at 8:00 PM.
Bangalore Metro starts at 10:00 AM on Sunday (this is because of the COVID-19 Pandemic Lockdown scenario).
Bengaluru Metro rail has made it compulsory for commuters to use their recharged smart cards loaded with money at least once in the initial seven days after a recharge or balance amount will relapse.
The list of things not allowed in Bangalore Metro includes dangerous items like arms, ammunition and explosives. Sharp objects are also banned from the metro as well as tools that do not adhere to specifications. Flammable materials such as gasoline or matches cannot be carried on trains either nor can offensive articles including unsealed meat and fish which fall under this category. Pets too cannot enter these spaces because they may disturb other passengers.
Bangalore Metro has banned alcohol. New rules for passengers of Namma metro include no liquor bottles or packets. The recent change is a part of the fire and safety measures taken by BMRCL, Bangalore's metro railway that manages public transportation in Bengaluru city.
Yes, cash is accepted at all the Namma Metro staitons' ticket counters.
Those traveling on the Bangalore Metro usually have the option of purchasing Smart Tokens or Smart Cards. However, token sales at counters are suspended due to COVID-19 pandemic. To purchase a single trip smart card instead, head over to one of the ticket counters and vending machines.
The Varshik (Stored Value Ticket) costs only Rs. 100 and can then be recharged from Rs. 50 to as much Rs. 1,500.