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We can move one step away from the crowded locals of Mumbai and another step towards comfortable travel across the city. With the inauguration of the second phase of the monorail system, the 20km route is now fully operational making life easier for people residing in one of the busiest cities of the world. For the wanderers, travelers and mostly importantly, citizens who can't wait to explore the city that never sleeps, the monorail network provides a cheap and efficient option.
Supposedly, the third largest monorail route in the world, commuters will be now able to travel from Wadala to Jacob Circle in only 24 minutes. Imagine traveling from Chembur and Sant Gadge Maharaj Chowk in just about forty minutes without having to face the sultry heat and humidity of Mumbai with prime luxury.
One Lakh commuters are expected to use the monorail network from now on a daily basis as compared to the previous routine of fifteen to seventeen thousand commuters per day traveling through Phase 1 which stretches from Chembur to Wadala. When are you taking a ride?
Price: Starting Rs 40
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