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Ahmedabad Monorail

Ahmedabad Monorail
અમદાવાદ મોનો રેલ
Owner GUDC
Locale Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Transit type Monorail
Number of lines 2 (planned)
Number of stations 18 (planned)
Daily ridership 7,10,557 (Estd.)
Headquarters Ahmedabad
Number of vehicles 15
Train length 4 coaches
Headway 3 minutes
System length 30
Electrification 750 V DC
Average speed 31 km/h (19 mph)
Top speed 80 km/h (50 mph)

Ahmedabad Monorail (અમદાવાદ મોનો રેલ ) is a proposed monorail system for the city of Ahmedabad. [1] An elevated monorail will run through Ahmedabads walled city on the east bank of the Sabarmati and it will cover a 30 km circular route. Larsen and Toubro (L&T) Infrastructure Development Projects Limited has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) worth 50 billion (US$750 million) with the Gujarat Urban Development Corporation (GUDC) for a monorail project.[2]


There are 4 lines proposed at cost of 50 billion (US$750 million). According to the plan, Kalupur Railway Station will be the main junction or starting point for all the four routes.

Phase 1

  • Kalupur to Lal Darwaja via Gandhi Road
  • Kalupur and Lal Darwaja via Relief Road
  • Kalupur with Commerce six roads via Delhi Darwaja.


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External links

  • L&T interest in a Rs 5,000 crore monorail project in Gujarat

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