Sitabuldi Metro Station

Sitabuldi metro station is a key interchange station in Nagpur, India, facilitating transfers between the Orange and Aqua lines of the Nagpur Metro. Opened in March 2019, it boasts a central location, covering a vast area and featuring unique architectural elements like the “Crown of Nagpur” art installation.

Sitabuldi is a central interchange station on the Nagpur Metro network, allowing transfers between two lines. It opened in March 2019 and has four platforms serving trains on both the Orange and Aqua Lines.

Preceding stationThe following station
Nagpur Railway Station towards Prajapati NagarCongress Nagar towards Khapri
Zero Mile towards Automotive SquareCongress Nagar towards Khapri
Sitabuldi metro station

Station layout

  • Layout: Two tracks with two side platforms (one on each side of the tracks).
  • Lines:
    • North-South Line (Platforms 1 & 2): Connects to Zero Mile Freedom Park northbound and Congress Nagar southbound.
    • East-West Line (Platforms 3 & 4): Connects to Prajapati Nagar eastbound and Jhansi Rani Square westbound.
    • Note: This station skips Cotton Market station on the East-West Line.
  • Levels:
    • G: Street level – Entrances/exits
    • L1: Mezzanine – Fare control, station agent, ticket vending machines, and platform crossover
    • L2: Platforms (side platforms with doors opening on the left and disabled access)

Map of Sitabuldi metro station

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