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Mumbai Metro will begin trials on Sunday to see if its trains can be run at a speed of 80 kmph instead of the current 50 kmph.

Mumbai Metro 8th densest network in the world

The Mumbai Metro has emerged as the eighth densest network in the world with 9.20 crore passengers using a 12-km long corridor since it was opened to public on June 8 last year.

2 new Metro lines for Mumbai cleared at Rs 45,000 crore

In a major boost to Mumbai's transport infrastructure, the state government on Thursday cleared two metro rail projects at an estimated cost of Rs 45,000 crore.

Times OOH Mumbai Metro – Kerala tourism train 5 Nov14

Kerala Tourism Train entering and leaving at Ghatkopar metro station

Mumbai Metro Gets a Kerala Flavour

Commuters on the new Mumbai Metro can now experience the flavour of ‘God’s Own Country’ with a ‘Kerala Green Express’ running on the network under a branding agreement with the state tourism department.

Garbage burning under Metro line disrupts services

Thick smoke from a garbage dump under the Versova--Andheri metro, on Saturday, caused a four minute halt of services due to reduced visibility.

Murals depicting Mumbai spotted on Metro station walls designed by students

Even as the city’s first Metro runs over Mumbai in a closed-door, air-conditioned environment, a world apart from the bustling and chaotic life outside, the metropolis itself comes alive on the walls of its stations through some very quirky murals.

Mumbai citizens to protest Metro construction's slow progress

The delay in the completion of the city’s most awaited and ambitious Metro Railway project has irked the suburban population of Mumbai. People living in the areas of construction are all set to register their protest against the authorities at three different places on Saturday from 12pm to 6pm.

Saki Naka traffic to stay off-track until Metro reaches destination

The ongoing Metro work is inconveniencing many in the city but among those affected the most are the motorists who have to navigate Saki Naki junction daily. During peak traffic hours, it can take anywhere between 20 and 40 minutes to cross the signal, making it perhaps Mumbai's most painful intersection .