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In a bid to revive ridership, Jaipur Metro re-starts token commute from October 15

Ahead of the festive season, Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation (JMRC) has allowed metro travel with token tickets. Until now, only commuters with smart cards were allowed to avail the services of the city metro and the token travel was suspended, in an attempt to control the spread of coronavirus.

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Jaipur welcomes its first underground metro station

The Chief Minister of Rajasthan green flagged Jaipur Metro's first-ever underground station at Chandpole via a video conference on Wednesday and dedicated the service to the people of the city. This extended-stretch has been included in the 1-B phase of the metro plans, between Chandpole and Badi Chaupar, which will cover a distance of 2.1km, reducing the pressures on the road traffic, easing commute and saving time.

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