In December 2011, the world was plunged into darkness.
The subway had just been inaugurated and commuters had been warned that the machines would not work for the rest of the day.
The lights were supposed to be dimmed and the train would only operate during peak hours.
But the lights were not dimmed.
Instead, they were on, and the trains were running at their maximum speed.
A few days later, the city shut down its metro system.
The train operators were forced to pay compensation to the people who had been killed on the rails.
In the weeks after, officials blamed an earthquake, which had occurred in the southern Indian state of Bihar, for the sudden shutdown of the system.
This caused the number of subway-service stations to double.
The system was shut down again in early 2013, when a severe heat wave, caused by a prolonged drought, made the city’s metro network impossible to operate.
The city was then forced to reroute the trains to different routes, which required the trains that were on the shortest route to be delayed for hours.
The government was still trying to find a solution to the problem, and in January 2014, it announced that it was buying up the franchise rights of Mumbai’s subway operators.
A deal with the State Railways was signed and Mumbai’s metro operator, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Corporation, was given the franchise to operate the system in 2024.
It had been the largest private franchise in the world.
This contract has seen the metro operator build and operate metro lines that span India’s largest cities.
The Metro Corporation of India, which runs the metro network, has an ambitious vision for its future.
In an interview with the Times of London in May 2018, Metro CEO K.V. Venkatachalam said that the company is focused on building the metro as a global city-state and has made plans to expand the network to more cities.
This is a big project and we have to do it,” he said.
Mumbai Metro’s franchise is currently worth Rs 7,000 crore.
The metro operators have to pay a franchise fee of around Rs 8,000 a day.
The metro operators hope to use the franchise fee to build a network that will serve as a model for other cities to follow.
The Mumbai Metro, which has the capacity to carry 2.5 million people, will only be able to operate within the city if it can attract people from all over the country.
A similar project, Metro City, will also expand the metro system to five other cities in India by 2021.
Metro City was inaugurated in Mumbai in December 2019.
Maharashtra, the country’s third largest city, has a population of 7.6 million.
Its metro is built on a network of 26 metro lines, with the most important ones being the S-Bahn, the V-Bram and the A-Brasil.
In total, over 4,500 metro lines are under operation in the state.
According to the Metro Corporation, there are currently 2.65 million people commuting from Mumbai to other parts of the country every day.
This compares to the 3.7 million people who commute from Mumbai’s core cities to other cities.
In comparison, Delhi, which also has a metro network of its own, has only 2.2 million people daily commuters.
The state has a density of 3,000 people per square kilometer.
In a metro city like Mumbai, this density means that people will have to cross over more than one metro line to reach their destination.
Mapping out the metro networks has been a daunting task.
For starters, there is a need to map the networks, and to plan the construction of the stations.
This can be done by mapping out the corridors of the metro lines and the locations of stations.
The project also requires a map of the existing metro lines.
The government has been working on the mapping project for over a year.
It has been able to identify the lines that connect to the core cities, and has begun building the new metro lines to cater to the new populations.
This new metro line is the only one that is built in Mumbai, where the metro operates from 8 am to 8 pm and midnight to midnight, and only one metro system is operating at any one time.
The Metro Corporation says that the metro is the most modern metro system in the country, and it has been built with the latest technologies.
The entire metro system will be built in 10 years.
In 2018, the government announced that Mumbai Metro was set to become a world-class metropolitan city.
The M-1 Metro, a new metro that will be inaugurated this year, will cater to an estimated 40 million commuters per day and the metro will have the capacity of 2.4 million people every day, according to the state government.
The new metro will cost around Rs 9,000 per person per day.
M-1 will connect Mumbai to seven other major cities, including Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai,