Kavi Subhash metro station

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Kavi Subhash
Kolkata Metro station
New Garia Metro Station.jpg
New Garia Metro Station.
LocationNew Garia, Kolkata
Coordinates22°28′19″N 88°23′53″E / 22.47194°N 88.39806°E / 22.47194; 88.39806Coordinates: 22°28′19″N 88°23′53″E / 22.47194°N 88.39806°E / 22.47194; 88.39806
Platforms2 Side platforms & 2 island platforms
ConnectionsKolkata Suburban Railway - New Garia railway station
Structure typeAt Grade
Other information
Station codeKKVS
Fare zoneNorth-South
Opened7 October 2010
Previous namesNew Garia
Preceding station   Kolkata Metro   Following station
toward Dakshineswar
Line 1Terminus
TerminusLine 6
toward Jai Hind

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.[1] 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.[2]

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  1. ^ "Kolkata metro reaches New Garia". Railway Gazette. 19 October 2010. Retrieved 23 July 2011.
  2. ^ > Asia > India > West Bengal > Kolkata (Calcutta) Metro Archived 29 June 2011 at the Wayback Machine. UrbanRail.Net. Retrieved on 2013-10-05.

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