Situated in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, Narendra Modi Stadium, formerly known as Motera Stadium, is an iconic landmark that holds the title as one of the world’s largest cricket stadiums. With a staggering seating capacity of over 110,000 spectators, it remains a beacon for cricket enthusiasts. Whether you’re in town for a high-stakes India Vs Pakistan match or just looking to tour the architectural wonder, here’s the definitive guide to getting there.Below is a complete schedule of matches hosted at Narendra Modi Stadium.
|Team||Date and Time (IST)|
|India vs Pakistan||14 Oct at 02: 00 PM|
|Australia vs England||4 Nov at 02: 00 PM|
|Afghanistan vs South Africa||10 Nov at 02: 00 PM|
|ODI World Cup 2023 Final||19 Nov at 02: 00 PM|
- Explore Different Ways to Reach Narendra Modi Stadium
- By Metro
- North-South Corridor (Red Line)
- East-West Corridor (Blue Line)
- Ahmedabad Metro Route Map
- By Bus (By AMTS)
- By BRTS
- BY AIR
- By Train
Explore Different Ways to Reach Narendra Modi Stadium
So you have secured tickets for the legendary India vs. Pakistan World Cup match at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad? Let’s help make sure it runs smoothly; whether by plane, train, or automobile we have you covered!
Ahmedabad boasts a well-connected public transport system that features buses and trains. Look out for routes leading directly to Narendra Modi Stadium; always double-check the schedule beforehand to plan your journey efficiently.
Ridesharing Services and Taxis
Ridesharing services such as Uber or Ola, as well as taxi services are both reliable ways of reaching a stadium quickly and effortlessly – just make sure that booking in advance will avoid last-minute worries!
Take Ahmedabad Metro’s Green Line to Stadium Circle station for easy access to your venue. Metro train will be available from 6:20 AM to 1:00 AM on days when the matches will be hosted.
Take Ahmedabad Metro’s North-South Corridor directly to Narendra Modi Stadium without changing stations! This line connects directly with this venue.
If traveling from outside of the North-South Corridor, switching lines might be required to reach Narendra Modi Stadium. When traveling either of the corridors they converge at Old High Court Metro Station or another interchange station where both routes meet; once at these interchange stations switch onto either of them to continue your journey toward Narendra Modi Stadium according to metro map guidelines or for assistance when necessary.
North-South Corridor (Red Line)
The Red Line (North Corridor) of the Ahmedabad Metro is start from APMC Market to Narendra Modi stadium (Motera stadium). whole routes look like “APMC- Jivraj Park – Rajiv Nagar – Shreyas – Paldi -Gandhigram – Old High Court Interchange – Usmanpura – Vijay Nagar – Vadaj – Ranip – Sabarmati Railway Station – AE6 – Sabarmati – Motera stadium“.
East-West Corridor (Blue Line)
he Blue Line (East-West Corridor) of the Ahmedabad Metro is start from Vastarl Gam to Thaltej Gam. whole routes look like “Vastral Gam – Nirant Cross Road – Vastral – Rabari Colony – Amraiwadi – Apparel Park- Apparel Park Depot- Kankaria East – Kalupur Railway Station – Gheekanta – Shahpur – Sabarmati River – Old High Court (Interchange Station with North-South Corridor) – Stadium – Commerce Six Road – Gujarat University – Gurukul Road – Doordarshan Kendra – Thaltej – Thaltej Gam“.
Ahmedabad Metro Route Map
By Bus (By AMTS)
Bus numbers 52, 58, and 102 provide direct routes from various parts of the city directly to Narendra Modi Stadium; here is another route that helps reach it more conveniently.
|22||Indiranagar Vibhag 2|
|3D||Maninagar To Chandkheda Gam|
|4D||L.D.Engineering College To DCIS Circle (Zundal Circle)|
|4D||L.D.Engineering College To Amba Township|
|7D||Narol To DCIS Circle (Zundal Circle)|
|12D||CTM Cross Road To Chandkheda Gam|
|4E||DCIS Circle (Zundal Circle) To Shastrinagar|
|4S||Pragatinagar To DCIS Circle (Zundal Circle)|
|3U||Chandkheda Gam To Maninagar|
|4U||DCIS Circle (Zundal Circle) To L.D.Engineering College|
|4U||Amba Township To L.D.Engineering College|
|7U||DCIS Circle (Zundal Circle) To Narol|
|12U||Chandkheda Gam To CTM Cross Road|
|75||Maninagar – Sarathi Bungalows (Chandkheda)|
|401||Vasna Terminus – Chandkheda (Sarathi Bungalows)|
|401||Vadaj – Chandkheda (Sarathi Bunglows|
|85-SH||Lal Darwaja – Sarathi Bungalows|
Ahmedabad provides many routes and transport options. If you wish to use the Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS), tickets may be obtained at any BRTS bus stop with Motera Cross Road as the desired stop; from here it can be easily reached either using other transportation means like taxis, rickshaws or walking.
There are multiple routes and transportation services available from Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport to Narendra Modi Stadium/Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Stadium for reaching this location.
AMTS Bus Number 22
AMTS bus route connects the airport with various locations within the city, such as Narendra Modi Stadium and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Stadium, at reasonable fares ranging between INR 10-20 depending on the distance traveled.
BRTS Bus Number 15D
Another BRTS bus option could take a slightly different path but still take you directly to stadiums; its fare typically ranges between INR 10-20.
Ola and Uber ride prices depend on several variables such as distance, time of day, vehicle type, and more. As a rough estimate, travel between Narendra Modi Stadium/Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Stadium could cost anywhere between INR 150-300.
Taxi services are also offered at the airport and tend to charge higher fares than Ola or Uber services; fixed rates or operating on a meter system could apply, with fare estimates typically between INR 200 to 400 depending on factors like traffic conditions.
Ahmedabad Railway Station provides easy rail access to many Indian cities and is just an auto-rickshaw or bus ride from reaching Ahmedabad Stadium.
AMTS bus options available to you include 135, 137-SH, 33 58 69 SH, and 138S with fare estimates typically falling within the NR 10-25 range.
Alternative transportation is provided by BRTS Line No. 11, connecting RTO Circle with Kalupur Railway Station and providing access to Modi Stadium.
Use the Metro North-South Corridor route between Kalupur, Old High Court, and Motera Stadium for easier travel.
Taxis (Ola/Uber) and rickshaws can easily be found, with fare estimates between INR 100-200 depending on the mode of transport and traffic conditions.
No matter your starting point or preferred mode of transportation, reaching Narendra Modi Stadium is straightforward. Plan ahead and factor in some buffer time, especially on match days, to account for traffic. Enjoy your time at this iconic venue!
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