The Kolkata Metro Railway is wanting to expand the recurrence of administrations during top hours from 10 minutes at present to 8 minutes, a senior authority said on Thursday.
It is additionally thinking about expanding the quantity of administrations in a day to convey more travelers, he said.
“We are considering expanding the recurrence to a short ways from 9-11 am and 5-7 pm, just as extending the quantity of administrations from 110 every day to 116 every day,” the Metro Railway official said.
The Kolkata Metro continued activities after more than five months on September 14 with exacting wellbeing conventions set up in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, and bringing e-goes for passage into stations.
A most extreme 400 travelers can go at once in its trains to abstain from swarming and keep up security standards.
The quantity of travelers are rising gradually in the principle north-south arrangement between Kavi Subhash and Noapara, yet benefactors in the East West Metro have scarcely crossed the 100-mark since resumption of administrations, another Metro Railway official said.
According to legitimate information, 45,808 travelers went in the north-south arrangement on September 23, while the number remained at 46,711 the earlier day.
In the East West Metro line between Salt Lake Sector-V and Salt Lake Stadium, the traveler mean Tuesday and Wednesday were 127 and 72, separately, the authority said.
On the main day of resumption of administrations on September 14, there were around 20,000 travelers in the north-south line, while just 83 people went in the East West course.
The recurrence of trains in the East West line was decreased to a 30-minute span from a 20-minute hole attributable to the helpless traveler support.
With countless representatives in the IT center telecommuting attributable to COVID limitations, there have not been numerous takers for Metro Railway administrations on the East West course, said Pramod Singhal, chief of a data innovation arrangements organization situated in Sector-V.
The north-south line, with 283 administrations on non-weekend days before the Covid lockdown began in the most recent seven day stretch of March, hauled around 6.5 lakh travelers.