The system, which is similar to that installed on the Delhi Metro, will interface with the traffic management system to provide both visual and audio information. A single software platform will generate and distribute real-time traffic information to passengers both at stations and on trains. The system includes a synchronised announcement system.\r\nThe Green Line of the Jaipur Metro will be 12km long and will run from Mansarovar in the southwest via the main station to Badi Chaupar in the northeast and will have eight elevated and three underground stations. The first 9.7km section from Mansarovar to Chandpole is scheduled to open on June 30, while the rest of the line together with the Orange Line will be completed in March 2017.\r\nThe 23km Orange Line will extend from Amba Bari in the northwest, via Sindhi Camp where it will interchange with the Green Line, to Sitapura Industrial Area in the south of Jaipur. It will have five underground and 15 elevated stations.