India’s first proposed high-speed metro corridor between Mumbai International Airport and Navi Mumbai Airport will be run round the clock on all 365 days.
The high-speed Metro corridor, executing by The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA), is proposed to cater flyers landing later at night and wanting to travel between Mumbai and Navi Mumbai to board connecting flights.
The schedule for the Metro high-speed corridor connecting Mumbai and Navi Mumbai airport will be having Metro trains running even late in the night, considering it is a dedicated line for the airport.
This particular Metro corridor also passes through many residential locations in Mumbai and Navi Mumbai, which will also help flyers to reach their homes late in the night, said MMRDA.
The dedicated Airport Metro corridor will also connect with Colaba-Bandra-Seepz Metro-3 corridor and the Airport to Dahisar east Metro corridor. Further, the Mumbai and Navi Mumbai Airport Metro corridor is also going to be a high-speed Metro corridor that will run at a higher speed than that of other Metro corridors planned in the city.
Meanwhile, some of the stations in the route of this Metro corridor will be Santacruz, Chembur, and Vashi, from where it will merge with the proposed CST-Panvel elevated corridor being constructed by the Mumbai Rail Vikas Corporation.