Construction of Pakistan’s Lahore Orange Metro Train began in May 2014, with the line’s grand inauguration anticipated for October 2020, a 27-month time span from start to end.
The building of the Orange Line Metro Train in Lahore was made possible by a $1.55 billion loan from the Exim Bank of China, which was made available when our government agreed to a grand development plan with China.
Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, our Chief Minister, inked an agreement requesting 27 orange trains going for LHR. The first of these trains is scheduled to arrive in October, and the rest 26 will be sent to him as soon as the project is completed.
Orange Metro Train in Lahore
The project cost $1.06 billion in total, the track length was 27.1 kilometers, and 27 stations were erected along the route. Every day, over 250,000 individuals utilize Pakistan’s sophisticated transportation system to move from one point to another.
The OLMT Lahore project, which Chief Minister Usman Buzdaar hopes to officially launch early next month, can now handle 250,000 people every day. This amount, however, will be increased to 500,000 in the near future.
The current fare of a single trip on the Lahore Orange Metro Train to Mcload Road, Multan Road, Junction Road, Railway Station, Grand Trunk Road, and Raiwind Road is Rs. 40. The Orange Train operates from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. at LHR.
The Orange Metro Train has capacity for 200 passengers, yet on any given day, 800 individuals will arrive at their destinations standing. This is especially beneficial for students because they may escape traffic and pollution on their route to and from class. For more information visit our website ApkFlu.Com
Lahore Metro Orange Train Routes Detail & Latest Tickets Price
Orange Line Subway Stations in Lahore
- Canal View
- Ali Town
- Thokar Niaz Baig
- Wahdat Road
- Awan Town
- Salahudin Road
- Band Road
- Gulshan e Ravi
- Anarkali Bazar
- Lakshmi Chowk
- Railway Station
- UET (University of Engineering & Technology)
- Shaalimar Gardens/Shaalimar Town
- Pakistan Mint
- Dera Gujjran
- Mahmood Botini
- Islam Park
Route information for the Lahore Metro’s Orange Line
The track can be travelled in 45 minutes at its highest speed of 80 kilometers per hour during the 18 hours it is accessible to the public each day (today, that means 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.).
The Lahore Orange Line Metro Train has two electrical substations along its route, and in return for a ticket, each passenger must purchase a digital card identical to those used on metro buses.