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1 lakh people signed petition against Metro fare hike: Cong
Mumbai Mirror

1 lakh people signed petition against Metro fare hike: Cong

The Congress on Tuesday claimed that over a lakh commuters have supported their protest against the proposed fare hike for Mumbai Metro by signing a petition. The Mumbai Congress had started the three-day protest on August 16 at all the 12 Metro ... Mumbai Mirror, 2 weeks ago
Congress protests against Mumbai metro's proposed fare hike The Freepress Journal, 2 weeks ago
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Railways must exploit real estate, besides fare hike

MUMBAI: The railway ministry and the state government need to look for out-of-the-box solutions, including a fare hike, exploitation of real estate and subsidies to shore up finances of the suburban railways, which cater to almost 75 lakh passenger ...
 Times of India1 month ago Rly panel for fare hike, privatisation  Deccan Herald2 months ago
Cape Argus

Train fare hike for erratic service

Cape Town - Amid train delays, cancellations, railway vandalism and carriage robberies, Metrorail announced that it will be increasing the price of tickets from Wednesday. The decision has been met by a slew of criticism, with ...
 Cape Argus2 months ago

Villar welcomes resumption of PNR trips, appeals to forego fare hike

Press Release July 23, 2015 Sen. Cynthia Villar welcomed the resumption today of the Philippine National Railways (PNR) Commuter Line trips after getting the go signal from its safety service provider. "More than 70,000 commuters resorted to ...
 Senate of the Philippines1 month ago Villar to PNR: Don't hike fares  Manila Bulletin1 month ago

Bleeding lifeline

A recent White Paper on the financial status of Mumbai's suburban railway network reveals a sorry picture. Suburban railway operations had accumulated a loss of ₹4,150 crore in last five years. The loss was ₹1,112 crore in 2013-14 alone, ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago Suburban railways have lost Rs 4,150cr in last 5 years  Times of India1 month ago
DNA India

Mumbai Metro fare row: Centre to seek law ministry's opinion on State govt's demands

The current law allows either the government or the private player to be the sole-decision maker, depending on the share-holding. Mumbai Metro Train As the dispute between Maharashtra government and the Reliance-led Mumbai Metro One ...
 DNA India3 weeks ago
Bangalore Mirror

Pre-paid Taxi Fares from Railway Stations Hiked

BENGALURU: The Transport Department has hiked the pre-paid taxi fares from city and Cantonment railway stations, and has even levied a charge for luggage. The minimum cab fare from these stations up to a distance of four km has been fixed at Rs ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago Pre-paid taxi fare revised at Majestic, Cantonment stations  Bangalore Mirror1 month ago Minister launches prepaid auto booths  The Hindu2 months ago

Delhi Metro struggles to ride out without fare hikes

NEW DELHI: Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), which operates the nation's showcase metro system, is in danger of going the Indian Railways way - into the red. DMRC seems to be coming under the same pressures as the railways: any increase in fares ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
PageOne.ph

PNR's Tutuban-Alabang Operations Back On Track After 2 Month Suspension

MANILA The state-run Philippine National Railways (PNR) resumed limited train operations on Thursday after a two-month suspension. PNR management said that the inter-city commuter train service will only run from the Tutuban station in Manila to ...
 PageOne.ph1 month ago PNR resumes Tutuban-Alabang train operations  Philippine Daily Inquirer1 month ago PNR set to resume partial operations on Thursday  Philippines Today1 month ago

EW Metro to be ready by 2019

KOLKATA: Merchants Chamber of Commerce and Industry president Arun K Saraf on Wednesday asked Metro Railway GM Radhey Shyam if the proposed Subodh Mullick Square station had been dropped from the East-West Metro map to avoid displacement of hawkers.
 Times of India1 month ago
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