Nagasandra Metro Station | Parking, Route, and Timetable

Nagasandra Metro Station stands tall as the northernmost point of the Green Line in Bangalore’s Namma Metro network. Opened in 2015, it serves the bustling Bagalakunte area and offers a convenient transportation option for residents and commuters.

  • Location: Malur Byranahalli Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560073
  • Coordinates: 13°02′53″N 77°30′00″E
  • Owned by: Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (BMRCL)
  • Operated by: Namma Metro
  • Line: Green Line
  • Platform type: Side platform (two platforms)
  • Tracks: 2 (double track)
  • Structure: Elevated
  • Parking: Available
  • Accessibility: Yes
  • Opened: 1 May 2015
  • Electrification: 750 V DC third rail
Preceding stationThe following station
TerminusDasarahalli towards Silk Institute
Manjunathanagara towards MadavaraDasarahalli towards Silk Institute
nagasandra metro station

Station layout


  • Two tracks with two side platforms.


  • Platform 1 (Northbound): The train terminates here, extending to Madavara in the future.
  • Platform 2 (Southbound): Towards Silk Institute, next station is Dasarahalli.


  • Both platforms have disabled access.


  • L2: Side platforms.
  • L1: Mezzanine level with fare control, station agent, Metro Card vending machines, and crossover.
  • G: Street level with entry/exits.

Entry/Exit Points:

  • Three points: A, B, and C.
  • A: Towards IKEA Bengaluru.
  • B: Towards MS Ramaiah Enclave.
  • C: Towards Jalahalli.

Additional Notes:

  • A foot overbridge connects the station to IKEA Bengaluru.
  • This is the northern terminus of the Green Line.

Map of Nagasandra metro station

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