Kavi Subhash metro station
|Kolkata Metro station|
New Garia Metro Station.
|Location||New Garia, Kolkata|
|Platforms||2 Side platforms & 2 island platforms|
|Structure type||At Grade|
|Previous names||New Garia|
The Kavi Subhash Metro Station, formerly New Garia Metro Station, is the southern terminal station of the North-South corridor of Kolkata Metro in Kolkata, India. It is named after poet Subhash Mukhopadhyay. This station was opened to public on the auspicious day of Mahalaya in 2010.
This metro station is at ground level and located adjacent to New Garia Railway station on the Sealdah-Sonarpur section. The station will eventually become the southernmost terminal of the Jai Hind - Kavi Subhash corridor of the Kolkata Metro.
The easiest & shortest kolkata metro rail stretch is kavi Subhash to Satyajit Ray film institute, which is less than 2km.
Even this simple Metro extension is purposely undone since 2011.
New garia is a very backward, mosquito infested place, a deadly dengue prone area.
No progress in the New Garia locality is foreseen without immediate Metro rail connectivity with E.M bypass
- Easiest &shortest kolkata metro rail stretch is 5km, kavi Subash to Ruby hospital crossing. Even this simple extension is purposely undone since2011.
- New garia is a very backward, mosquito infested place, a deadly dengue prone area.No progress in the locality is foreseen without immediate Metro rail connectivity.
- Island platforms in kavi subash metro station are not built for Line 6. The deadline is already missed in March 2016.
- Not even the 1st phase of New Garia - Airport link is commissioned yet, which is 5.3 km stretch between kavi subash & Ruby Hospital crossing.
- New Garia is an under developed mosquito infested area. No progress in the locality possible without the metro rail connectivity
- List of Kolkata Metro stations
- "Kolkata metro reaches New Garia". Railway Gazette. 19 October 2010. Retrieved 23 July 2011.
- > Asia > India > West Bengal > Kolkata (Calcutta) Metro. UrbanRail.Net. Retrieved on 2013-10-05.
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