The details of the fare for the much awaited Aqua line, joining Noida to Greater Noida were announced on Friday. The price of the tickets starts at Rs 9 and goes up till Rs 50.
If you are traveling on this line that stretches for 29.7 km, you can purchase the QR coded paper tickets from the counters or can use smart cards for the same.
The Aqua line contains a total of 21 stations, from which 15 are in Noida and 6 in Greater Noida. The Aqua Line would scamper between the Sector 71 station in Noida and the Depot Station in Greater Noida.
This metro line will have a disparate ticketing system and a separate security set-up so the previously existing Delhi metro cards will not be applicable here. Moreover, there will not be any interchange between the Sector 71 to the Sector 52 station on the Blue Line extension in Noida for now.
The ticket prices are less for smart card users as compared to those traveling on paper tickets. Travelling one station is going to cost Rs 10 on an QR-coded ticket and Rs 9 via smart card; 2 km will cost Rs 15 on ticket and Rs 13.50 on smart card; 3 to 6 km will cost Rs 20 via ticket and Rs 18 on smart card; 7 to 9 km will cost Rs 30 on ticket and Rs 27 on smart card.
Hi @myogiadityanath Noida Metro is waiting for inaugural.
Request you to provide the same ASAP as the residents of Greater Noida can be felticited with good connectivity.
— #दीपुआकहिन (@DeepuaKahin) January 3, 2019
Achievements of Akhilesh Yadav as Chief Minister in UP
1:-Awadh Shilp Gram
3:-Agra Lucknow Expressway
6:-Noida Greater Noida Metro
7:- 4km Elevated road Noida
8:-10km Elevated road Ghaziabad
— ankit yadav (@yadav_Ankit10) December 25, 2018
Sir, Greater Noida metro is ready and waiting for you to start. Please take time and start it for people’s convenience even remotely.
— Raj Pandey (@rajkuma98113408) December 30, 2018
Gappu only knows how to take credit of others work. Credit for this goes to devegoda ji. Whe will Modi inaugurate his own work. Next in line is Noida Greater Noida metro a work of Akhileshji. Shameless pm @yadavakhilesh @H_D_Devegowda
— Dr Manushi jain “the Citizenconcern (@ethicsindian) December 24, 2018
Indian Media almost made us believe that Noida – Greater Noida Metro will be opened on Christmas Day.
As it turned out, #Modi No 1 opened a different bridge.
Quickly, even @Wikipedia page was updated. Just imagine the costs for keeping such large infrastructure idle
— Gupt (गुप्त) (@indiapharaoh) December 25, 2018
Congratulations to all countrymen. This will definitely add convenience to people living there. But when Noida greater Noida metro which is complete inspected will be inaugurated. Will this country run on the wishes of leaders?Is this metro not much needed for daily commuters.
— AUTAR KRISHEN MUNSHI (@munshiak) December 25, 2018
The trouble is, you think you have time.
This is the new organised greater noida metro from where i used to creat a moments and here it is.. #metro #subway #bnw #photography… https://t.co/RVFyHvkbzM
— Abheeks_gensys (@kumar_abheek) December 29, 2018