Bengaluru: Namma Metro earned monthly revenue of Rs 55 crore in December 2023

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10-01-2024

    Rs 6.88 lakh has been earned by BMRCL on a daily basis

    Around 2 crore transactions pertaining to travel via the metro services have been recorded

    Extension of Metro in Whitefield resulted in surge of ticket sale

The data pertaining to the extent of usage of Namma Metro for the month of December 2023 has been released. Around 2 crore transactions pertaining to travel via the metro services have been recorded. The exact number of transactions are 2,13,34,076. Rs 6.88 lakh has been earned by the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) on a daily basis. This has translated into a monthly revenue of Rs 55 crore for the month of December for the corporation. 

The opening up of the services to the Whitefield region which is densely populated with IT workers who are the most likely users of the surface has resulted in an upsurge of ticket sales for the BMRCL. People have reported that ever since the introduction their travelling time has drastically reduced and in some cases by more than 2 hours. Last mile connectivity still remains an issue and the BMRCL is actively working to resolve this issue through various tie-ups with other transport organisations such as the Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) and the Auto Rickshaw Driver’s Union (ARDU).

Bengaluru: Namma Metro earned monthly revenue of Rs 55 crore in December 2023

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    Rs 6.88 lakh has been earned by BMRCL on a daily basis

    Around 2 crore transactions pertaining to travel via the metro services have been recorded

    Extension of Metro in Whitefield resulted in surge of ticket sale

The data pertaining to the extent of usage of Namma Metro for the month of December 2023 has been released. Around 2 crore transactions pertaining to travel via the metro services have been recorded. The exact number of transactions are 2,13,34,076. Rs 6.88 lakh has been earned by the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) on a daily basis. This has translated into a monthly revenue of Rs 55 crore for the month of December for the corporation. 

The opening up of the services to the Whitefield region which is densely populated with IT workers who are the most likely users of the surface has resulted in an upsurge of ticket sales for the BMRCL. People have reported that ever since the introduction their travelling time has drastically reduced and in some cases by more than 2 hours. Last mile connectivity still remains an issue and the BMRCL is actively working to resolve this issue through various tie-ups with other transport organisations such as the Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) and the Auto Rickshaw Driver’s Union (ARDU).

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