Mono rail will run again in Mumbai, government issued guidelines for passengers


As if life had stopped for a while due to the Coronavirus. As if the time had stopped after the lockdown, but now everything is slowly opening up, people are alert for their safety. Using masks and sanitizers.

Meanwhile, the news is coming that the country's first monorail service, which has been closed since March, is going to start from October 18, that is today. Currently, the monorail will run only on the Chembur - Wadala - Jacob Circle tracks. People will now be able to sit in it after six months.

The government has issued a guideline for those traveling in the monorail, without masks, passengers will not be allowed to board the monorail. Also, people have to make a distance of two yards and show the green signal by installing the Arogya Setu app. While Tiken or Token will not be issued, passengers will be issued a digital ticket over the phone.