Noida Metro: now book Aqua Line buses for birthdays, pre-wedding events

NOIDA: People can now book Noida-Greater trainers for birthday parties, before the wedding and other similar celebrations, the (NMRC) announced. He, who manages the fast transport service between the twin cities in the Nagar district, made the announcement Wednesday as part of his no-fee initiative.

After contracting the premise policy for filming and photography at NMRC facilities, the NMRC has also formulated a more attractive policy for birthday parties, pre-wedding celebrations and other similar celebrations on wheels, which means that now Noida Metro in addition to the way of travel, it will also become an accessible, attractive and affordable destination for entertainment and celebrations that also at a very reasonable cost, the rail service said in a statement.

Interested applicants can request one or more trainers up to a maximum of four trainers on a train. And to start the reservation, they must submit an application at least 15 days in advance that will be considered by order of arrival, the NMRC said.

Once the NMRC confirms the reservation, the applicant must submit a license fee that will vary from Rs 5,000 to Rs 10,000 per hour per subway coach, excluding taxes depending on the category chosen as a decorated or uncovered coach in a subway train. operation or a static meter, etc., according to the terms and conditions prescribed in the policy, he added.

However, applicants must also pay a refundable interest-free security deposit of Rs 20,000 for the reservation, the NMRC said.

A maximum of 50 people, including adults and children, will be allowed per coach for any event.

The NMRC will provide a central table, trash cans and cleaning staff, as well as a supervisory staff as deemed appropriate for an event, the rail service said.

Applicants at all times will be governed by the guidelines prescribed in the policy on security control, loss or damage to property of the subway, obstruction of operational activities, conduct, consumption of alcohol or use of fire, shots and explosives and others, etc. . said the NMRC.