Line 1 (Mumbai Monorail)
|Stations||7 (Phase I)|
|Line length||8.26km (Phase I)
19.54km (Phase II)
The Line 1, also referred to as Jacob Circle-Wadala-Chembur line/corridor, of the Mumbai Monorail is part of the rapid transit system for the city of Mumbai, India. It will cost approximately 3000 crore (US$460 million). The 19.54 km line will be fully elevated.
In the first phase, it will consist of 7 stations from Wadala to Chembur. The first phase from will begin operations in August 2013 and the second phase from Jacob Circle to Wadala will be commissioned in December 2013.
The following dates represent the dates the section will open to the public, not the private inauguration.
|August 2013||Chembur||Wadala Depot||8.26 kilometers (5.13 mi)||7|
|December 2013||Wadala Depot||Jacob Circle||11.28 kilometers (7.01 mi)||11|
|Total||Chembur||Jacob Circle||19.54 kilometers (12.14 mi)||18|
Integration with Mumbai Suburban Railway
Line 1 will be integrated with all 3 lines of the Mumbai Suburban Railway. The monorail stations will be connected with local railway stations at Mahalaxmi on Western Line, Currey Road and Parel on Central Line, and Wadala Road and GTB Nagar on Harbour Line.
|2||VN Purav Marg||None|
|10||Acharya Atre Nagar||None|
|15||Mint Colony/Saibaba Road||None|
- MariMari (2010-11-26). "Monorail integration with CR, WR and Harbour Line". Accommodation Times. Retrieved 2012-02-17.