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Starting from Friday, 1st April 2016 the commuters using Metro Train will have to pay increased tariffs during the peak hours. The decision is an outcome of the 26th Jaipur Metro Railway Corporation meeting that was held recently. The time from 6.40 am to 5 PM is deemed as non-peak hours whereas 5.PM till 9.40 pm is considered as peak hours attracting a premium fare.

For the convenience of passengers the board has also decided to increase the frequency during rush hours. The trains are available in every 15 minutes during non-peak hour while the availability time during peak hours will be 10 minutes.

At a Glance…..

Non-Peak Hours: 6.40 AM to 5 PM

  • Train Availability after every 15 minutes
  • Fare Unaffected

Peak Hours (Higher Fares): 5 PM to 9 PM

  • Train Availability after every 10 minutes
  • Fare Increased

Premium Fares for peak hours

From starting point to….

  • Next 2 stations: Rs.10 each station
  • For the next 3 stations: Rs. 15
  • Beyond 5th station: Rs.20

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