Short Essay on Metro Train

Metro trains are one of the most used public transportations in India. These trains are for the utility of people, and we can see it that a lot of people utilize metro daily in the best way possible.

The first metro train worked in Kolkata in the year 1984 after 34 long years of research and development work, which got conducted by the CM of Kolkata and a team of French technology experts. After all their efforts, the first metro started in 1984 for commercial purposes.

The motive to build metro trains was to control the traffic in the city and to provide transportation by which people could travel from one way to other, but the traffic should not get affected. Building the metro train project was perfect for Kolkata as a great improvement was there in the traffic of Kolkata.

Soon, Delhi Metro got started in the year 2002. Delhi is the capital of the country and we all very well aware of the fact that the capital has a huge amount of traffic on various routes. If you compare 2018 with 2002, you will notice that in 2002 there was way more traffic in Delhi than it is now because there wasn’t metro available at that time. After metro crores of people started traveling through metro to their destinations which brought the level of traffic down.

Now, Delhi metro is the only way by which he could control the traffic, and that is why various new metro lines got constructed and opened in a few months in Delhi which will help to improve the traffic situation in Delhi.

The best thing about traveling through metro is that it costs you way lesser than traveling by any cab or taxi services, and moreover, you save your precious time by traveling through trains as metro takes half of the time that a cab takes to take you to your destination.

These were a few important points and benefits of Metro trains which people are still not aware. Metro trains got built for the benefit of people, and we can see from the crowd at various metro stations, that people are using it a lot.

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