Metro train service, the Orange Line starts operation for public

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The Orange Line Metro train service started its operation for public today (Monday) in Lahore. 

According to details, the citizens have started traveling in the train and they are happy with this facility of the government and say that the fare of the Orange Line train is reasonable.

According to sources, a China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)'s project named Orange Line Metro Train (OLMT) has been completed after five years and it will become operational for masses. 

The train will run from 07:30 am to 08:30 pm.

Installations and decorations at all 26 stations along 27.1 KM-long track have also been completed while automatic machines have been installed at the stations to check and recharge card balance.

Ticket boxes are made for those who do not possess cards, sources informed, adding that its fare of the Orange Line has been fixed at Rs 40.

Twenty six stations have been set up during the entire journey.

One thousand passengers can travel on the train and Wi-Fi facility is also available in the train. Separate seats are reserved for special persons in the train.

According to sources, tickets can be purchased at the station by both manual and machine modes.

In addition, the Metro Bus card can also be used in the train. While the facility to recharge the card from the machine is also available.

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