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Guwahati Metro is a planned 61.40 km Urban Mass Transit System (MRTS) in Guwahati City, Assam, with 4 lines and 54 stations.

RITES completed a feasibility study and detailed project report (DPR) for the Guwahati Metro Phase 1 project in January 2016. This DPR and the establishment of Guwahati Metro Rail Corporation Limited (GMRCL) to implement the project was approved by the Government of Assam on February 26, 2016.
In January 2017, the new government’s provincial cabinet reviewed the project and recommended amending the DPR to add lines connecting Dharapur and Guwahati airports, North Guwahati and AIIMS in Phase 1 itself.

As of March 2020, RITES is responsible for preparing the Comprehensive Mobility Plan (CMP) and Alternative Analysis Report (AA) for Guwahati. Once these decisions are clarified, Metro Guwahati’s DPR will be updated and confirmed accordingly.

Guwahati Metro is a 61.40 km urban Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS) with 4 lines and 54 stations proposed to be built in the city of Guwahati, Assam.

  • Corridor-1: Dharapur– Narangi (Elevated)
  • Corridor-2: M. G. Road to Khanapara (Underground)
  • Corridor-3:Jalukbari to Khanapara (Elevated)
  • Corridor-4: ISBT to Paltanbazar (Elevated)

Guwahati Metro Phase 1 Routes (Proposed)

Line 1: Dharapur – Narangi

  • Length: 22.6 km
  • Type: Elevated
  • Number of Stations: 22

Line 2: MG Road – Khanapara

  • Length: 10 km
  • Type: Underground
  • Number of Stations: 10

Line 3: Jalukbari – Khanapara

  • Length: 19.4 km
  • Type: Elevated
  • Number of Stations: 14

Line 4: ISBT – Paltan Bazar

  • Length: 9.4 km
  • Type: Elevated
  • Number of Stations: 8

Guwahati is a metro city

Image result for Guwahati metro, The Guwahati Municipal Corporation, the city’s local government, administers an area of 216 square kilometres (83 sq mi),. At the same time, the Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) is the planning and development body of Greater Guwahati Metropolitan Area. Guwahati is the largest city in Northeast India.

Why there is no metro in Guwahati

It has been 5 years now and the GDD Department has not done enough to start the project, which makes the metro rail in Guwahati a distant dream. However, it must be noted that if the population of Guwahati has reached 20 lakhs, it is the right time to plan for a metro system for the city

Guwahati get a metro

Guwahati Metro is a 61.40 km urban Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS) with 4 lines and 54 stations proposed to be built in the city of Guwahati, Assam.

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Future project

Project Features

LocationAdjacent land at Games Village, Borsojai, Guwahati-29
Land Area30 bighas
Built-up Area14.64 lakh sqft of which 11.27 Lakh sqft is Residential and 3.37 Lacs sqft is Commercial Dev.
Residential DetailsResidential Towers. G+ 20 storied. Comprises 2, 3, 4 BHK units along with duplex and penthouse.
Unit sizes are 1097 – 3149 sqft.
Commercial Details1 Tower. G+18 storied. Designed provision for supermarket, food courts, outlets, theatre, office and hotels.
Construction StatusThe work for four numbers of Towers are in progress.

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