“No e-passes might be required for anybody,” Kolkata Metro spokesperson Indrani Banerjee stated on Wednesday.
The city rail services has additionally enhanced its operations by way of growing the frequency of its weekday providers on the North-South Line to 240 rides from 228 rides earlier.
The metro railway providers earlier resumed operations from September 14 after remaining closed for over 5 months following Covid-19 pandemic outbreak and subsequent lockdown introduced by the Union authorities.
Earlier e-passes for boarding Metro had been made obligatory after the resumption of providers. It had been relaxed steadily with exemptions for particular age classes in pre-fixed time slots.