Alandur Metro Station

Alandur metro station is an elevated metro station that is part of the Blue Line and the Green Line of the Chennai Metro, and serves as an interchange station between the two lines. The station is one of the two metro stations where the two lines intersect, the other being the Chennai Central metro station.

Corridor: Blue / Green Line | Operational since: June 2015 | Station: Elevated | Platforms: 4|Parking: Available for both 2 & 4 wheelers

Parking tariff  |Time Table| Bi cycle facilities

Fare: Token | Store value card | Trip Card | Tourist Card



CMRL Feeder service connectivity:

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Bus and rail connectivity from station

500 m from station:

  • Alandur Bus Stop
  • Kathipara Bridge Junction Bus Stop
  • Kathipara Bus Stop
  • Saint Thomas Mount Bus Stop

1 km from station:

  • Alandur bus stop
  • Asarkana Omni Bus Stop
  • Cantonment Board (St. Thomas Mount Head Post Office) Bus Stop

Public Infrastructure within 1 km of the station

  • Head Post Office, St Thomas Mount
  • St. Thomas Mount Telephone Exchange
  • Regional Transport Office
  • Court of District Munsif cum Judicial Magistrate
  • Office Of The Joint Commissioner Of Police
  • Raadha Rajendran Hospital
  • Sri Balaji Hospital
  • Meena Nursing Home
  • Chennai Corporation Baby Hospital
  • Gandhi Market

Educational institutions within 1 km of the station

  • Hindustan Institute of Engineering Technology
  • St. Britto’s College
  • St. Thomas Mount
  • Montfort Matriculation Higher Secondary School
  • St. Dominic’s Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School
  • Hindustan International School – CAIE

Recreational facilities within 1 km of the station

  • St. Thomas Mount National Shrine
  • Madras War Cemetery
  • Police Play Ground
  • Alandur Corporation Park
  • Gen.H.M.Mohite Park
  • Jothi Theatre
  • SK Marlen Cinemas

Alandur Metro station in the news

More small buses to transport Metro commuters. Chennai Metro and MTC have now added more small buses to four stations including Alandur, LIC, AG-DMS and Washermanpet, according to a press release. Operation of 11 buses on five new routes began on Monday.

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