Since Reach II (Sitabuldi-Auto-motive Square) and Reach IV (Sitabuldi-Prajapati Nagar) were inaugurated on December 11, Nagpur Metro’s daily ridership has doubled. The average daily ridership was previously under 70,000, but it is now over 1.40 lakhs. The sale of tickets generates daily revenue for Maha Metro of over 11 lakhs. In the most recent month, it made 23.30 crore. The Nagpur Municipal Corporation’s (NMC) failure to launch feeder buses is the main reason why the feeder service of the Nagpur Metro is still insufficient. Only 30,000 people, or 20% of Metro riders, currently use the seven feeder buses daily. Most people take their personal vehicle or choose to walk to the nearest metro station.
According to a metro official, Metro and MYBYK have partnered to implement a public bicycle-sharing system with 320 bicycles. 51 locations have begun developing bicycle hubs. With 90 e-rickshaws, ETO Motors is implementing a public rickshaw sharing system. These vehicles operate in every Metro station. E-rickshaws are prominently offered between the Airport Metro station and Nagpur Airport, between Khapri and AIIMS, and between Ujjwal Nagar and Manish Nagar. The deployment of a sizable fleet of e-rickshaws in recently inaugurated sections is also being planned. With 40 of these scooters, KHS Associates is implementing a public E-scooter sharing system.