Asalpha Metro Station | Map

Asalpha Metro Station

Asalpha Metro Station, a vibrant hub on Mumbai’s Blue Line 1, is a testament to the city’s dynamic pulse. Opened in 2014, this elevated station serves as the third-last stop towards Ghatkopar, connecting bustling neighborhoods and facilitating seamless commutes.

  • Location: Andheri-Ghatkopar Link Road, Mumbai
  • Coordinates: 19.092544°N, 72.901887°E
  • Owner: Mumbai Metro One Private Limited (MMOPL)
  • Operator: Mumbai Metro
  • Line: Blue Line 1

Platform Layout: Side platforms

  • Platform 1: Towards Ghatkopar
  • Platform 2: Towards Versova Tracks: 2 Construction: Elevated, double track Platform Levels: 3 Parking: No Accessibility: Yes (disabled access) Architect: Louis Berger Opened: June 8, 2014 Electrification: 25 kV 50 Hz AC through overhead catenary
Preceding stationThe following station
Saki Naka towards VersovaJagruti Nagar towards Ghatkopar
asalpha metro station

Station layout


  • Two side platforms: Platform 1: Towards Ghatkopar (next station: Jagruti Nagar) – doors open on the left.
  • Platform 2: Towards Versova (next station: Saki Naka) – doors open on the left.


  • M: Mezzanine – Fare control, station agent, Metro Card vending machines, and crossover for switching platforms.
  • G: Street Level – Exits and entrances.

Map of Asalpha metro station

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