Noapara metro station

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Noapara
Kolkata Metro station
OUTSIDENOAPARACAL.jpg
A train approaching Noapara metro station.
LocationAkshay Kumar Mukherjee Road, Noapara, Baranagar
Coordinates22°38′23″N 88°23′38″E / 22.63972°N 88.39389°E / 22.63972; 88.39389Coordinates: 22°38′23″N 88°23′38″E / 22.63972°N 88.39389°E / 22.63972; 88.39389
Owned byKolkata Metro
Platforms2 Side platforms and 1 Island platform
Tracks4 (2 more tracks lead to the depot)
Construction
Structure typeElevated
Disabled accessYes Handicapped/disabled access
Other information
StatusStaffed, Operational
Station codeKNAP
Fare zoneKOAA
History
Opened13 July 2013; 5 years ago (2013-07-13)
Electrified750 V DC Third Rail
Services
Preceding station   Kolkata Metro   Following station
toward Dakshineswar
Line 1
toward Kavi Subhash
TerminusLine 4
toward Barasat
Location
Noapara metro station is located in Kolkata
Noapara metro station
Noapara metro station
Location in Kolkata

Noapara Metro Station is the newest and largest station of the Kolkata Metro situated in Noapara, Baranagar.[1] It opened on 10 July 2013 with limited facilities. These include four platforms with lengths of 182 meters, unlike other Kolkata Metro stations.[2] and it will cater the communities of Baranagar, Sinthee, Tobin Road, Dum Dum Cantonment and Durganagar. The station has 2 stories, with 6 escalators and 4 elevators. There are also 31 CCTV cameras for increased security.[3] The Kolkata Metro owns a 147-acre car shed for maintenance and storage of rakes immediate east of the station.[4]

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Noapara elevated metro station situated on the Kolkata Metro Line 1 of Kolkata Metro.

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  1. ^ Gupta, Jayanta (21 November 2012). "March 2013 date for Noapara Metro". Times of India. Retrieved 30 May 2013.
  2. ^ Gupta, Jayanta (25 May 2013). "Noapara metro opening expected by month's end". Times of India. Retrieved 30 May 2013.
  3. ^ Banerjee, Tamaghna (11 March 2013). "Noapara Metro from April". The Telegraph. Retrieved 30 May 2013.
  4. ^ Chakroborty, Ajanta (25 December 2012). "From April, fly to Naoapara from Garia in 54 mins flat". Times of India. Retrieved 30 May 2013.

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