Pune Metro’s Ruby Hall to Ramwadi Stretch Clears Safety Hurdles, Awaits Inauguration

The much-anticipated Ruby Hall Clinic to Ramwadi stretch of the Pune Metro project has received the green signal from the Commissioner of Metro Rail Safety (CMRS), marking a significant milestone in the city’s metro expansion plans. Despite the clearance, passengers eagerly awaiting the extended service will need to exercise patience as the formal inauguration is still pending.

Senior officials from the Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation (Maha Metro) disclosed that the CMRS inspected the entire Ramwadi route last month, and the final approval has been secured. The procedural nod now paves the way for the state government to issue orders to Maha Metro, enabling metro services to commence between Vanaz and Ramwadi within the next two days.

While the inauguration date remains uncertain, the expectation is that citizens will soon be able to travel seamlessly between Vanaz, Pimpri-Chinchwad, and Ramwadi once the state government provides the necessary instructions. The extension of the metro route is poised to facilitate convenient connectivity for passengers traveling to Pune station or Shivaji Nagar from Nagar Road.

The expanded metro service to Ramwadi is anticipated to bring relief to thousands of commuters facing travel dilemmas. Residents in Yerawada, Kalyani Nagar, and Ramwadi will benefit from a time-saving and efficient transportation option. Currently, metro services operate at intervals of seven and a half minutes during peak hours (8 am to 11 am and 4 pm to 8 pm) and every 10 minutes during other times.

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