Company : Reliance
Head Quarters : Mumbai
Industry : Railway
Service / Product : Metro Service
Website : http://www.reliancemumbaimetro.com
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Reliance Mumbai Metro Customer Care Number
Mumbai Metro Customer care :
** We are always willing to ensure the highest possible level of customer satisfaction regarding our services.
Related : Western Railway Mumbai Helpline Numbers : www.customercare.gen.in/451.html
** In order to achieve this aspiration, we have customer care desks at each of the 12 stations from the first service in the morning to the last service at night.
** Staff will assist customer as and when required. In addition to the same, you can also call us or email with your queries/ feedback at the following
For Customers/ Commuters :
** You can send us an email at customercare AT reliancemumbaimetro.com
** Or you can call us on +91 22 30310900
For Business opportunities :
** You can send us an email at business AT reliancemumbaimetro.com
For Media :
** You can send us an email at corpcom AT reliancemumbaimetro.com
We aim to respond to your feedback/queries at the earliest and will keep you informed of our progress
lost & Found :
** In case a lost item has been found in the station premises or in the train, you must immediately bring itto the notice of the metro staff present on the premises.
** We shall put in our best efforts to retrieve any item left behind by a customer in the station premises or in the trains and hand over the same..
As the country looks to create world-class infrastructure, Mass Rapid Transit System is being developed across Indian metros to provide a fast, easy and comfortable commute through high-speed trains. Reliance Infrastructure has partnered with MMRDA in Mumbai to successfully implement a world-class mass rapid transport system for the city of Mumbai.
Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar Corridor Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS) project was awarded by Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) through a global competitive bidding process on Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) framework to RInfra led consortium in 2007. This was the first metro project awarded in the country on a PPP basis and entails design, financing, construction, operation and maintenance of about 12 km elevated metro with 12 stations enroute