Chennai Metro has taken an important decision to give relief to its users. In fact, a step has been taken to provide relief to the passengers who are unable to use the trip pass during the lockdown period. It has been informed by tweeting on behalf of Chennai Metro that the validity period of the trip pass will be extended for the passengers who are not able to use the trip pass during the lockdown period. In fact, the metro was closed during the period of lockdown between May 10 and June 20. At the same time, this decision of Chennai Metro will give a lot of relief to the passengers using Trip Pass.
Compensation for the loss of Trip Pass users
Chennai Metro Rail Limited has decided that the period of use of trip pass will be extended for the same number of days as the lockdown has been there. So that the loss caused to the users can be compensated. It has been tweeted on behalf of Chennai Metro that – Trip pass users are being compensated for the loss due to non-use during the period of lockdown by increasing the validity period.
Metro operation with 50% passenger capacity
Chennai Metro is being operated since the lockdown was lifted in the state on June 21. In fact, the Tamil Nadu government had decided to relax the rules in 27 districts including Chennai only last week. The government had allowed the operation of Chennai Metro with 50 percent passenger capacity. Recently, there was a significant decline in the number of Kovid cases in Tamil Nadu. Now the number of active cases in the state has reached below five thousand.
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