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The Kolkata Metro (Bengali: কলকাতা মেট্রো Kolkata Mero), the Underground Mass Rapid Transit Urban Railway network in Kolkata, India. It was the first underground railway to be built in India, with the first operations commencing in October, 1984 and the full stretch that was initially planned being operational by February, 1995.

Currently, there is only one line, the North-South Corridor. In the future, there will be five other metro lines


North South Corridor

The stations on the metro (south to north) are :




Kavi Subhash


(Interchange with New Garia railway station for Sealdah South section Suburban local trains; formerly: New Garia)

Shahid Khudiram


(Formerly: Briji)

Kavi Nazrul


(Formerly: Garia Bazar)



(Formerly: Naktala)

Masterda Surya Sen


(Formerly: Bansdroni)



(Formerly: Kudghat)

Mahanayak Uttam Kumar


(Formerly: Tollygunge)

Rabindra Sarobar





(Proposed name: Shahid Bhagat Singh)

Jatin Das Park



Netaji Bhavan


(Formerly: Bhowanipore)

Rabindra Sadan





(Proposed name: Gostho Pal)

Park Street






Chandni Chowk



Central (Kolkata Metro)



Mahatma Gandhi Road Metro Station



Girish Park



Shobhabazar Sutanuti









Dum Dum



Future stations

Dum Dum-Dakshineswar Extension

The plan to extend the line in the north from Dumdum to Dakshineswar (5.2 km) is under execution. The construction of this line started in February 2010. This line has also been planned to be extended till Barrackpore (12.5 km) in the north.

The stations on this stretch will be -

  1. Ma Sarada Devi (Noapara)
  2. Swami Vivekananda (Baranagar)
  3. Dakshineswar

The extension to Barrackpore beyond Dakshineswar will have the following proposed stations -

  1. Kamarhati
  2. Agarpara
  3. Panihati
  4. Titagarh
  5. Barrackpore

Noapara-Barasat Link

The project to build a 18.5 km long line from Noapara to Barasat via Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport.  is also sanctioned and construction work has commenced on this stretch.

The proposed stations on this route are-

  1. Noapara
  2. Dum Dum Cantonment
  3. Jessore Road
  4. Bimanbandar
  5. Birati
  6. Michael Nagar
  7. New Barrackpore
  8. Madhyamgram
  9. Hridaypur
  10. Barasat

Dum Dum-Airport Link

This is a planned link to connect the Metro to the Airport. This route will run over a length of 8.24 km on the Up section, and 6.40 km on the Down section.

The proposed stations are -

Up Section

  1. Dum Dum
  2. Noapara
  3. Ramakrishna Palli
  4. Shanti Nagar
  5. Bimanbandar (Airport).

Down Section

  1. Bimanbandar (Airport)
  2. Jessore Road
  3. Dum Dum Cantonment
  4. Dum Dum

Joka-B.B.D. Bagh Link

A 16.72 km long metro line from Joka (in extreme South Kolkata) and B B D Bagh (in central Kolkata) is also under construction . It is being constructed by RVNL and the tender has gone to Simplex Infrastructures.

The proposed stations on this route are -

  1. Joka
  2. Thakurpukur
  3. Sakherbazar
  4. Behala Chowrasta
  5. Behala Bazar
  6. Taratalla
  7. Majherhat
  8. Mominpur
  9. Kidderpore
  10. Hastings
  11. Park Street
  12. Esplanade
  13. BBD Bag

The proposed Park Street and Esplanade stations won't be the same as the ones on the north-south Metro route. The Joka-BBD Bag route will meet the north-south services at the Central station, said a senior Metro official. This is where the upcoming East-West Metro is likely to meet the two routes as well. Passengers can take different routes from this station

New Garia-Airport Link

A connection between New Garia and the Airport(32 km) via E M Bypass, Saltlake and Rajarhat is on the cards in order to help reduce travel time between the southern fringes of Kolkata to the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport. The work on this New Garia-Airport was inaugurated by Mamata Banerjee on February 7, 2011 with a project deadline of six months. The deadline is surely going to be missed as construction work hasn't begun anywhere yet.

The 32 km link between Kavi Subhas (New Garia) and the airport, to be set up at a cost of Rs 400 crore, will have 24 stations. The stations, as declared till now, will be named after eminent personalities.

  1. Satyajit Ray Station (Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute)
  2. Jyotindra Nandy Station (Mukundapur)
  3. Sukanta Bhattacharya Station (Kalikapur)
  4. Hemanta Mukhopadhyay Station (Kasba Golpark/Ruby Hospital)
  5. Barun Sengupta Station (Science City)
  6. Gour Kishore Ghosh Station (Chingrighata)
  7. IT Station (Salt Lake Sector V)
  8. Kala Kshetra Station (Rajarhat CBD 2)
  9. Titumir Station (Rajarhat City Centre)
  10. Rabindra Tirtha (Rajarhat)
  11. Ritwik Ghatak Station (Bantala Road)
  12. Jai Hind Station (Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport)
  13. prema das Station


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