BENGALURU: The Commissioner for Metro Rail Safety (CMRS) has given the green signal to Namma Metro to run trains on the Mysore Road-Magadi Road stretch.
Speaking to Express, Commissioner Satish Kumar Mittal said, “I have already cleared it. They can start the services now.” According to sources, the clearance for the 6.4-km stretch of Reach-2 was given by the CRS on Monday.
The service was initially supposed to be launched by June-end. Trial runs along the stretch were run successfully on March 27.
The elevated West line covers Magadi Road, Hosahalli, Vijayanagar, Attiguppe, Deepanjali Nagar and Mysore Road stations.