Meerut Metro Ticket: Meerut Metro Rail Ticket, Fare Chart, Pass, Route, Stations, Zone, Fare Card and Timings for Meerut Metro Rail

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The full name of Delhi Meerut Metro is Delhi Meerut Regional Rapid Transit System. Also known as the Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut Corridor. National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) is responsible for developing this metro from Delhi to Meerut. This project is part of the Make In India initiative.

NCRTC is basically a joint venture between the states of Haryana, Rajasthan, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and the Indian governments. The purpose behind the establishment of this company is to implement the Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS) throughout the NCR region of Delhi to improve connectivity between Delhi and Metro Meerut.

Besides the Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut Corridor, other his RRTS corridors planned in Phase 1 of the NCRTC include the Delhi-Gurugram-SNB-Alwar Corridor and the Delhi-Panipat Corridor.


Saturday7 am–8:30 pm
Sunday7 am–8:30 pm
Monday7 am–8:30 pm
Tuesday7 am–8:30 pm
Wednesday7 am–8:30 pm
Thursday7 am–8:30 pm
Friday7 am–8:30 pm

Delhi-Meerut RRTS: Fares (Ticket Prices)

The fare structure of Delhi-Meerut RRTS line has not been announced yet and will be done closer to start of operations. However, there will be both Economy and Business class in the train and the prices will be higher than regular metro or smartcard. Riders will have the option to use QR code tickets.

Ticket price

Ticket price for Delhi Meerut Rail starts from Rs. 10 to Rs. 100, the entire Delhi-Meerut transit may cost Rs 160 and the Duhai-Sahibabad transit will cost Rs 34. The cheapest train tickets from Delhi to Meerut cost ₹ 37.92.

Ticket portal

Book tickets on official website. Check more information on below official Meerut Metro link.

Delhi Meerut Metro Route Map 

As per the route map of the Delhi Meerut to Metro, there will be 22 stations and two depots. 

Name of the Stations Name of the Stations Name of the Stations 
1. Sarai Kale Khan – Nizamuddin2. New Ashok Nagar3. Anand Vihar
4. Sahibabad5. Ghaziabad6. Guldhar
7. Duhai 8. Murad Nagar9. Modi Nagar South
10. Modi Nagar North11. Meerut South12. Partapur
13. Rithani14. Shatabdi Nagar15. Brahmapuri
16. Meerut Central17. Bhaisali18. Begum Pul
19. MES Colony20. Daurli21. Meerut North

Meerut Metro Master Plan (Route Map)

  • Shatabdi Nagar Station.
  • Begumpul Station.
  • Modipuram Station.
  • Rithani Station.
  • Partapur Station.
  • Brahmapuri Station.
  • Meerut Central Station.
  • Bhaisali Station.

Delhi Meerut Metro Fares 

The ticket prices for the Delhi Meerut Metro are not available as of now. However, they are going to be announced close to the beginning of operations. It is expected that the EMV-based open loop Automated Fare Collection (AFC) system will be installed by the NCRTC for collecting fares. 

Delhi-Meerut RRTS update: India’s first Rapid Rail Transit System is an 82.15 km under-construction semi-high speed rail line that will connect India’s capital in New Delhi with Meerut in Uttar Pradesh. The first section of the Rapid Rail, called the priority section is expected to be inaugurated by mid-2023 and will connect Sahibabad-Duhai section spanning over 11 km via 4 elevated stations. The transport system is being developed by the National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) where trains will pass through a series of tunnels and elevated viaducts at a speed of 160 km/hr, while the maximum speed is rated at 180 kmph.

Route Map and Major Junctions

The initial phase of the Meerut Metro will consist of two lines. Line-1 will connect Partapur to Modipuram, and Line-2 will be between Shradhapuri Phase II and Jagriti Vihar.

Line-1: Partapur – Modipuram
The under-construction 20 km stretch between Partapur and Modipuram will be owned by NCRTC and will operate parallel to Delhi-Meerut RRTS Corridor. The stretch will have about 11 stations in total, with Shatabdi Nagar and Begum Pal operating with the integration of RRTS. The line will run for over 14 km on elevated tracks and close to 6 km underground while having a junction at Modipuram. Following are the stations that will provide good intra-city connectivity to the residents of Meerut:

Meerut Metro Under-construction Line-1 Stations

Station NamesStation Type
PartapurStandard Station
RithaniStandard Station
Shatabdi NagarIntegrated with Delhi-Meerut RRTS
BrahmapuriStandard Station
Meerut CentralStandard Station
BhaisaliStandard Station
Begum PulIntegrated with Delhi-Meerut RRTS
MES ColonyStandard Station
DaurliStandard Station
Meerut NorthStandard Station
ModipuramStandard Station

Line-2: Shradhapuri Phase II – Jagriti Vihar

The proposed Line-2 of Meerut Metro is expected to have 13 stations connecting Shradhapuri Phase II with Jagriti Vihar. The line is expected to run for about 11 km on elevated tracks and above 4 km underground. The stations proposed on the routes are:

Station name
Sharadhapuri Phase 2
Kanker Khera
Meerut Cantt. Railway Station
Rajban Bazar
Baccha Park
Shahpeer Gate
Hapur Adda Chauraha
Gandhi Ashram
Mangal Pandey Nagar
Tej Grahi
Medical College
Jagruti Extension

Delhi Meerut Metro – Major Milestones

Approval of Delhi Meerut Metro DPR by the Government of UP May 2017
Approval of Rs. 30,274 Crores by Central Govt for Delhi to Meerut MetroFeb 2019
Foundation laid by Prime Minister Narender Modi March 2019
Construction of Anand Vihar station Feb 2021
Beginning of Track laying in Ghaziabad sectionApril 2021
Construction of first elevated section pier in Sarai Kale KhanJune 2021
Construction of first underground portion in Anand ViharJune 2021
Completion of piers for elevated stretch i.e. 24 KMsJuly 2021
Beginning of manufacturing of 210 trains by Alstom July 2021
Issue of tenders for Modipuram Depot construction October 2021
Deployment of private wireless network system by Nokia and AlstomJanuary 2022
NCRTC revealing images of RRTS trains March 2022
Paytm Payments Bank becomes responsible for fare system March 2022
Completion of around 25% of the metro corridor April 2022
Successful completion and handover of first RRTS train for Delhi to Metro by Alstom May 2022
First successful trial August 2022

Final Words on Delhi Meerut Metro 

The Delhi Meerut Metro is an RRTS line developed by NCRTC. The metro line will be 82.5 kilometres long. The Metro will begin from Sarai Kale Khan in Delhi and will end at Modipuram metro station in Meerut. The Sahibabad to Meerut South section is soon to be operational from March 2023. This stretch also includes the Duhai Depot. Eight stations out of the 22 are built to improve the local transit services. Given that it is India’s first RRTS, the train will include several premium features as well as other design elements from the Delhi to Meerut Metro line. The fares of the Metro line are yet to be announced. However,  Paytm Payments Bank has won the bid against the State Bank of India for being the financial institution responsible for the fare system in the Delhi to Meerut Metro line.

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Meerut Metro – Progress So Far

Uttar Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation (formerly Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation) submitted the Detailed project report (DPR) for the project to the State government Chief Secretary Alok Ranjan.

June 2017 – Meerut Metro project paused
In the wake of the higher priority of the Delhi-Meerut RRTS project, the Meerut Metro project went on hold.

January 2018 – Rejuvenation of Meerut Metro project along with Agra and Kanpur Metro Rail Project
The state government of Uttar Pradesh gave a green signal to start metro rail in Kanpur, Agra and Meerut by 2024 at a combined budget of Rs 43,800 crore.

Sep 2018 – New Detailed Project Report sent to the State and Central Government
Referring to the success of the Lucknow metro, the Uttar Pradesh government sent the Detailed Project Report for Meerut, Agra and Kanpur metro to the Central Government for approval.

How will Meerut Metro improve the life of residents in the city?
With the upcoming metro connectivity in the city, Meerut will witness some significant changes.

Improved intra-city and inter-city connectivity
The forthcoming metro will provide sound connectivity to the key areas across the city while having an expected intersection at Begum Pul. Additionally, the integrated stations on Line-1 would improve inter-city connectivity and make commuting to Delhi NCR easier.

Decongestion on the roads of the city
Traffic congestion is expected to see some relief with the opening of Meerut Metro as the residents across the city can take advantage of comfort and smooth transit with the under-construction and proposed Meerut Metro network.

Improvement in livability
Sound connectivity across the city will help improve the residents’ overall lifestyle and reduce the carbon footprints due to the extensive use of private vehicles.

Better trade possibilities
Connectivity to major industrial hubs across Delhi-Meerut Road and easy reach to the national capital will help improve the commercial side of the city.


Q1. What is the cost of the Delhi-Meerut RRTS project?
Rs 30,724 crores

Q2. How long is Delhi-Meerut RRTS?
82 km-long

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