The Jayaprakash Nagara station is one of the nearest metro stations to Kanankapura road in Bangalore. The metro line came as a huge relief to thousands of residents in Bangalore from Yerlechananjhalli and Silk Institute. The green line extension is now open for all the residents, employees, and students to travel to work and anywhere they might need.
There are automated fare collections stations at the gates in the metro station and are fully compliant with the National Common Mobility Card and accept mobility cards. The daily average ridership in Bangalore Metro is around 12500 per kilometer compared to Mumbai and Delhi.
There are stations at Konanakunte Cross, Doddakalasandra, Vajrahalli, Talaghattapoura, and Silj Institute. The elevated expressway is 6.4 km and the commercial services are available at much timing. Phase I covers 42 km including the 18km of purple line and 24 km of Green Line.
With the addition of Yelechanahalli- Silk Institute the green line is now 30 km and the total length of the network is 48 km. The extended metro line will help the residents to reach Majestic, Yeshwanthpura, Vijaynagar, M G Road, Baiyappanahalli, and other points of the city. The government is set to improve the pedestrian path too. The new Metro Corridor on Kanakapura road connecting Yelachenahalli to Anjanapura will be hassle-free to stretch a 64 km non-motorized transport.
The Yelahanka to Makalidurga line is completed by the Banagalore Railway Corporation and helps the residents of Kanakapura to travel easily. The BMRCL is set on widening the footpaths 2.5 to 3 m on both sides to help the pedestrians access the metro stations having cross-over facilities used buy the non metro users too. There are several bus stops and the buses arrive regularly to ease the travel and traffic problems of the citizens.