Rapid metro was showing profitability in recent months reveals audit
| Wednesday | 11th September, 2019
Gurugram: Gurugram private metro that was seen as a solution to end the transportation problem of the city is presently at the juncture of being shut if the government does not take over it.
The audit by the Haryana government however reveals that thing was not as bad as it seemed in the month of June and July the Gurugram metro had seen a rise in the number of commuters andincome.
The revenue from passenger fare was Rs 8.40 crore, whereas non-fare revenue was Rs 10.09 crore.
Rapid Metro has been breaking even on operational costs, which come to about Rs 6 crore per month.
The mounting losses for Gurugram's private metro have resulted in the pressure of the Haryana government to take over the Rapid Metro.
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