Mono Rail

MonorailThe first monorail in India was the Kundala Valley Railway in Kundala Valley, near MunnarKerala. It was a privately owned monorail system, that operated from 1902 to 1908. That year the system was converted to a narrow gauge railway, which operated till 1924, when it was destroyed completely by floods. The Patiala State Monorail Trainways which opened in February 1907 and closed in 1927 was the second monorail system in India.

The Mumbai Monorail, which opened on 2 February 2014 is the first operational monorail in India, since the closing of the Patiala State Monorail Trainways in 1927. Many other Indian cities have monorail projects, as a feeder system to the metro, in different phases of planning.

City System Operations began System length (km) Lines Stations Notes
Munnar Kundala Valley Railway 1902–1908 5 km 1
Patiala Patiala State Monorail Trainways 1907–1927 80 km 1
Mumbai Mumbai Monorail 02/Feb/2014 8.26 km 1 7
Chennai Chennai Monorail 2018 57 km 3 37 Centre approved Chennai monorail project to be implemented under DBFOT model
Allahabad Allahabad Monorail 70.4 km 2
Bangalore Bangalore Monorail 60 km
Coimbatore Coimbatore Monorail 2
Delhi Delhi Monorail 90 km 6
Indore Indore Monorail
Kanpur Kanpur Monorail 63 km 3
Kolkata Kolkata Monorail 72 km 2
Navi Mumbai Navi Mumbai Monorail 36.82 km 2
Patna Patna Monorail 32 km 4
Pune Pune Monorail 52 km 2
Ahmedabad Ahmedabad Monorail 30 km 4
Aizawl Aizawl Monorail 5 km 1