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Greater Nasik Metro

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Greater Nasik Metro

The Greater Nashik Metro is a proposed rapid transit system in the Indian city of Nashik. The system is proposed to reduce traffic congestion as well as provide direct connectivity to Nashik from its neighborhood. The Greater Nashik Metro will connect suburbs like Deolali, Nashik Road, Upnagar, Ozar Airport, Sinnar and Igatpuri.

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