Lahore Orange Line Train is a rapid transport system for the citizens of Lahore. It is the first metro train of Pakistan with a total length of 27.1 kilometers. While 25.4 kilometers of the line is elevated, whereas 1.72 kilometer is underground.
This project is financed by the Government of Pakistan and the Government of China. Construction on this project started in 2015 and it completed in October 2020 after many hurdles and complications. The inauguration was carried out on 25th October by the Chief Minister of Punjab, Mr. Usman Buzdar.
While speaking at the inauguration ceremony, Buzdar said that the project is part of CPEC. Further, he said that sheer efforts have made to complete this project. He further said that the relations between Pakistan and China are very good and will continue to extend cooperation in other sectors.
Lahore’s Orange Line Metro Train is having 26 stations and handles over 250,000 passengers daily. This Metro Line is one of the major parts of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).
This article gives the information of the Lahore Orange Line Metro Train Stations for the comfort of our users. But before digging into the information of stations, get to know the fare of Orange Line.
According to the notification issued by Punjab Government’s Transport Department, the one-way fare for the Lahore Orange Line Train service is Rs. 40 per passenger.
Now, here is the list of stations on the way to the Orange Line Metro Train.
- Ali Town
- Thokar Niaz Baig
- Canal View
- Wahdat Road
- Awan Town
- Salahudin Road
- Bund Road
- Lake Road
- Lakshmi Chowk
- Railway Station
- University of Engineering and Technology
- Shalamar Garden
- Pakistan Mint
- Mahmood Booti
- Islam Park
- Dera Gujran