How to handle animal crossings on the Mumbai Metro train

Mumbai Metro is known for its high-speed trains, but a few months ago the Metro had to change its approach when it had to deal with animals crossing the tracks at high speeds.

Animal crossings were common on the metro’s trains in the last couple of months, with the number of animals crossing at high speed increasing dramatically, with at least 12 such incidents reported so far in the first three months of the year.

According to Mumbai Metro, the problem was brought to the notice of the Mumbai Animal Welfare Society (MAWS), which started an investigation.

MAWS president Dr Deepak Bhattacharya said that on September 5, MAWs officials were called by the metro management and the animal crossing was reported to have taken place at the metro station at Nangloi, in Mumbai’s south.

Maws officials informed the police and animal control, who, in turn, informed the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA), who in turn informed the Bombay High Court.

A bench of justices H. K. Ananthamurthy and N. V. Datta on Monday directed the MAW in the case to file a report within 15 days and issue a report to the government within six weeks.

Mumbai Metro management, meanwhile, has taken steps to try and curb the problem.

“Animal crossing is a very dangerous thing, and we are taking steps to prevent it from happening in the future.

It has also been reported that some of the animals on the Metro have become aggressive towards humans.

This incident has brought a lot of people’s attention to the Metro,” said a senior metro official.

In the meantime, animal crossing has been taken off Mumbai Metro trains in several areas.