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The insensitive behaviour from commuters remains whether they travel by the regular coach or in the areas earmarked for ladies.
Kothanur depot will be stabling and maintaining trains that will run on the R V Road-Bommasandra Line (Reach-5) while Hebbagodi depot will cater to the Gottigere to Nagavara Line (Reach-6).
The Mahadevapura police had registered an FIR.
Over two thousand residents formed a human chain to create Bellandur's very own Bermuda triangle to highlight several issues that have plagued the residents of Bellandur
The cost of completing the 72.1 km Phase-II of Namma Metro will touch Rs 32,000 crore, said Deputy Chief Minister G Parameshwara at Vidhana Soudha on Friday.
With an annual footfall of 89 lakh passengers, the station earns around `370 crore in revenue for the railways, yearly.
The inaugural train will run upto Baiyappanahalli station and its regular commercial services will begin in the evening.
This is the highest a single item has ever fetched in the auctions carried out on the Nagasandra to Yelachenahalli (Green Line) corridor.
Experts, however, are blaming it on the absence of last-mile connectivity even as the vehicle population has burgeoned to a whopping 76 lakh with over 1,800 new vehicles getting registered every day.
Krishna said approach roads to the stations and other important cross roads connecting them were marked though GIS.
Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited has begun reaching out to commuters with messages it feels are socially relevant.
The loco pilot stepped out of the engine cabin to investigate an halt but without taking the door keys and the doors got locked automatically.
July turned out to be the best ever month both on the ridership and revenue fronts for the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL).
The Chief Minister has also received favourable response from Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman on getting a few pockets of land in Bengaluru belonging to the Defence ministry.
From running a train every 10 minutes between 11.30 am and 4 pm, BMRCL has now started operating a train every 8 minutes.