Mumbai Monorail: Information, Route Maps & Project Updates


Mumbai Monorail is a first monorail system in India, constructed as part of a major expansion of public transport in Mumbai, Maharastra.

A test run of 108 m monorail was successfully managed in Jan 2010. The project is implemented by the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA).

Technical testing around a length of 2.2 km was successfully performed in Feb 2012. It is the first monorail in India since the Kundala Valley Railway and Patiala State Monorail Trainways were closed in the 1920s.

The estimated cost of the project is Rs 24.6 bn and It has the capability to carry up to 200,000 commuters every day.

Line 1, first phase was opened to the public in Feb 2014. A consortium of L&T and Scomi Engineering (LTSE) was chosen by the MMRDA to execute the project.

Operational lines (Phase l):  19.54 km.

Line 1 From Chembur to Wadala Depot–Jacob Circle –
Total Distance – 19.54 km
Total Stations – 18 Stations

Proposed Lines:
Phase l
Line 2 (Mulund–Goregaon–Borivali) – 30 km.

Line 4 (Lokhandwala–SEEPZ–Kanjurmarg) – 13.14 km.

Line 5 (Thane – Mira-Bhayandar – Dahisar) – 24.25 km.

Phase ll
Line 6 (Kalyan–Ulhasnagar–Dombivli) – 26.40 km.

Line 7 (Chembur–Ghatkopar–Kopar Khairane) – 16.72 km.

Line 8 (Mahape–Shil Phata–Kalyan) – 21.10 km.