High demand for the Noida metro Aqua line! NMRC registers highest number of passengers after lockdown with more than 26,500 commuters
Noida Metro Aqua Line: After the COVID19 blockade, the NoidaGreater Noida Aqua Line reached its highest passenger count in a single day with 26,554 commuters, while the average daily passenger count is around 17,000.
Noida Metro Aqua Line: After the COVID19 blockade, the NoidaGreater Noida Aqua Line reached its highest passenger count in a single day with 26,554 commuters, while the average daily passenger count is around 17,000. Noida Metro Rail Corporation (NMRC) joined the company on November 15 (Monday), CEO Ritu Maheshwari said. The previous highest number of passengers in a day was on October 20 among 22,996 commuters, according to the NMRC. Noida Metro Rail Corporation takes all necessary measures to ensure the safe movement of Aqua Line passengers, such as screening passengers at the entrance to the metro station and proper sanitation of all passenger traffic areas. in metro trains and in stations.
According to the general manager, this instilled confidence among the users of the Noida metro. For this reason, Aqua Line usage has seen continued growth in recent months and the Noida Metro reached its peak passenger count in a single post-Covid day of 26,554 on November 15, he said. declared. The Noida metro, during a pre-Covid pandemic, recorded a monthly average of 25,920 commuters per day in February 2020, he said. In accordance with government directives, Aqua Line services were suspended from March 22, 2020 to September 6, 2020, during the first lockdown and from May 1 to June 8 of this year during the second phase of the Covid lockdown, a- he added.
After resuming Noida metro train services on June nine this year, aqua Line’s daily average ridership had reduced to 4,904 commuters, Maheshwari noted. For passengers higher monitoring, openings of metro station entry and exit gates, furthermore as lifts operations were restricted, she further said. Keeping in sight the popular public demand, however, more entry/exit gates and lifts were opened in October 2021 so as to facilitate the sleek passage of metro users at numerous metro stations whereas guaranteeing all the COVID-19 norms, together with social distancing, the MD added.