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    Hyderabad’s MMTS Expands to Cover 90 Route Kilometers within the City

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    The MMTS (Multi-Modal Transport System) in Hyderabad has been extended to cover more areas, with 90 route km (Rkms) now covered instead of the previous 48 Rkms. The MMTS phase II is also expected to be completed by January 2024. The MMTS currently operates 106 train services daily, with an additional 20 services between Secunderabad and Medchal. The extension of the MMTS services means that passengers from Malkajgiri, Dayanand Nagar, Safilguda, Ramakistapuram, Ammuguda, Cavalry Barracks, Alwal Bolarum, Gundlapochampally and Gowdavalli can now avail the services. The 20 MMTS trains that were previously operated till Falaknuma have also been extended up to Umdanagar, which is the nearest railway station to Rajiv Gandhi International Airport.

    The MMTS services are cost-effective, with the minimum fare being Rs 5 and the maximum fare being Rs 15 only. The timings for MMTS services between Falaknuma to Umdanagar have also been revised. The first train will start at 7.15 am from Falaknuma and the last train will reach Umdanagar at 11.45 pm. The phase two lines between Falaknuma-Umdanagar and Secunderabad-Medchal have been commissioned recently and the remaining sections include Secunderabad-Moula Ali and Moula Ali-Malkajgiri and Sitaphalmandi routes will open for public soon.

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    Arun Kumar Jain, General Manager of SCR said that more rail passengers in the twin city region can now avail the cost-effective, safe and fast travel option. The railways are taking measures to provide MMTS services to all parts of the city. The works on the remaining stretches on MMTS Phase-II extension are also progressing at a brisk pace.

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    Rajesh M
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