Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited, abbreviated to DMRC, is a Centre-state Public Sector company that operates the Delhi Metro.
The DMRC is also involved in the planning and implementation of metro rail, monorail, and high-speed rail projects in India and abroad.
On 17 May 2016, Union Urban Development Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal hailed off the preliminary run of the first-of-its-sort driverless Metro train.
The preliminary run started from the Mukundpur terminal of Delhi Metro and finished at Majalis Park Metro Station on the Majlis Park-Shiv Vihar hallway of stage III. The trains were at first run via train administrators for around a year, trailed by exchanging over to unmanned train activities.
The presentation of the Metro Rail Service in Delhi has changed the substance of transportation in the National Capital Territory of India. The Metro has been explicitly structured remembering the solaces of the travelers and the traffic out and about.
The Metro Rail Service in Delhi has been valued everywhere throughout the world. The metro railroad organize has secured nearly the whole city and with persistent undertakings towards development, a large portion of the neighboring territories and rural areas will likewise be secured by the metro railroad before the finish of 2021.
The Metro Rail Service has end up being a help for the individuals of the Union Territory. The best thing that has occurred since the presentation of the Delhi Metro is the decrease in rush hour gridlock. The development plans of the Delhi Metro had begun particularly for the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
In spite of the fact that the Delhi Metro isn’t the first metro railroad in Quite a while, it tends to be supposed to be the first of its sort in the nation. Built with most extreme structural brightness and best in class offices, the Delhi Metro is totally different from the other metro rails on the planet. Aside from being innovatively stable, the significant perspective that has been given prime significance inside the Delhi Metro is security.
The Delhi Metro is being developed in stages. The majority of the courses under Phase I were finished before 2010. The subsequent stage, known as Phase II, secured 85 stations.
It was likewise effectively finished before the finish of 2010. Different tasks in pipeline are stage IV, and V, which are relied upon to be totally prepared before the finish of 2023, and 2031 separately.
Delhi metro Sub Stations
The Delhi Metro stations have little booths that give food and refreshments to the suburbanites. A few stations like Rajiv Chowk, Kashmere Gate, and so on., have mainstream food outlets as nirula McDonald’s, Cafe Coffee Day, and so on.
IRCTC has likewise opened a lot of food stands that serve travelers with tidbits and luxuries at sensible rates. The stands (Food Tracks) offer light tidbits and smaller than expected dinners.
In the meantime financial plan of the 2017-18 monetary year, it was suggested that DMRC would get a budgetary help of Rs. 1,156 Crores.
In the meantime spending plan of the 2014-15 financial year, DMRC got a budgetary help of Rs. 3,470.16 Crores and Rs. 838.07 Crores as value.
In the 2013-14 financial year, DMRC was conceded Rs. 2484.18 crores as the budgetary help and Rs. 650 crores as a component of value venture.
To offer better types of assistance to its suburbanites, the Delhi Metro has taken certain activities. These are recorded beneath:
Presentation of six-and eight-mentor prepares on a few courses.
Other than the current eight-mentor trains utilizing among Jahangirpuri and HUDA City Center, all the more such trains would be made operational. This has been especially proposed/done in light of the fact that during the times of heavy traffic in the first part of the day and nighttimes, the Rajiv Chowk Metro Station gets two out of three trains having eight mentors.
Extra outings on the course between Kashmere Gate and Gurgaon (Gurugram) between 9 a.m. what’s more, 10 a.m. have been presented. Correspondingly, extra trains have been acquainted on the Janakpuri West with Vaishali course and the Noida City Center to Dwarka Sec-21 course, separately.
Delhi Metro Route
Line 1: Shaheed Sthal – Rithala (Red Line)
The separation between Shaheed Stha and Rithala is 34.4 km. There are 29 stations on this course. The metro trains run on a normal recurrence of four minutes.
Stations Covered in Line 1:
Shaheed Sthal – Hindon – Arthala – Mohan Nagar – Shyam Park – Major Mohit Sharma – Raj Bagh – Shaheed Nagar – Dilshad Garden – Jhilmil – Mansarovar Park – Shahdara – Welcome – Seelampur – Shastri Park – Kashmere Gate – Tis Hazari – Pul Bangash – Pratap Nagar – Shastri Naga – Inderlok – Kanhiya Nagar – Keshav Puram – Netaji Subhash Place – Kohat Enclave – Pitampura – Rohini East – Rohini West – Rithala.
|25/12/02||Shahdara||Tis Hazari||8.3 kilometers (5.2 mi)||6|
|03/10/03||Tis Hazari||Inderlok||4.1 kilometers (2.5 mi)||4|
|31/03/04||Inderlok||Rithala||8.9 kilometers (5.5 mi)||8|
|04/06/08||Shahdara||Dilshad Garden||3.1 kilometers (1.9 mi)||3|
|08/03/19||Dilshad Garden||Shaheed Sthal||9.6 kilometers (6.0 mi)||8|
|Total||Shaheed Sthal||Rithala||34.4 kilometers (21.4 mi)||29|
Line 2: Samaypur Badli, Delhi – HUDA City Center, Gurgaon (Yellow Line)
Line 2 working between Samaypur Badli – HUDA City Center covers a separation of 42.2 km. There are 37 stations on this course. The trains accessible on this line are commonly accessible on a normal recurrence of three minutes during top hours.
Stations Covered in Line 2:
Samaypur Badli – Rohini Sector 18, 19 – Haiderpur Badli Mor – Jahangirpuri – Adarsh Nagar – Azadpur – Model Town – GTB Nagar – Vishwa Vidyalaya – Vidhan Sabha – Civil Lines – Kashmere Gate – Chandni Chowk – Chawri Bazar – New Delhi – Rajiv Chowk – Patel Chowk – Central Secretariat – Udyog Bhawan – Lok Kalyan Marg – Jor Bagh – INA – AIIMS – Green Park – Hauz Khas – Malviya Nagar – Saket – Qutub Minar – Chhatarpur – Sultanpur – Ghitorni – Arjan Garh – Guru Dronacharya – Sikandarpur – MG Road – IFFCO Chowk – HUDA City Center
Line – 2 was made operational in five phases:
|20/12/04||Vishwa Vidyalaya||Kashmere Gate||4 kilometers (2.5 mi)||4|
|03/07/05||Kashmere Gate||Central Secretariat||7 kilometers (4.3 mi)||6|
|04/02/09||Vishwa Vidyalaya||Jahangirpuri||6.4 kilometers (4.0 mi)||5|
|21/06/10||HUDA City Centre||Qutub Minar||14.5 kilometers (9.0 mi)||9|
|03/09/10||Central Secretariat||Qutub Minar||12.53 kilometers (7.79 mi)||9|
|10/11/15||Jahangirpuri||Samaypur Badli||4.37 kilometers (2.72 mi)||3|
|Total||Samaypur Badli||HUDA City Centre||48.8 kilometers (30.3 mi)||37|
Line 3: Noida Electronic City – Dwarka Sector 21 (Blue Line)
Working across 57 stations in Line 3. The separation secured under this course is 50.56 km. Initially, the Blue line of the Delhi Metro began from Indraprastha to Dwarka. On 12 November 2009, the line was stretched out from Yamuna Bank to Noida City Center, with a complete length of 13.1 km.
Line – 3 was made operational in six phases:
|Blue Line Stations|
|31/12/05||Dwarka||Barakhamba Road||22.9 km (14.2 mi)||22|
|01/04/06||Dwarka Sector 9||6.5 km (4.0 mi)||6|
|11/11/06||Barakhamba Road||Indraprastha||2.8 km (1.7 mi)||3|
|12/11/09||Yamuna Bank||Noida City Centre||13.1 km (8.1 mi)||10|
|14/07/11||Vaishali||8.74 km (5.43 mi)||8|
|30/10/10||Dwarka Sector 9||Dwarka Sector 21||2.76 km (1.71 mi)||2|
|09/03/19||Noida City Centre||Noida Electronic City||6.67 km (4.14 mi)||6|
|Total||Noida Electronic City/Vaishali||Dwarka Sector 21||65.35 km (40.61 mi)||57|
List of Stations in Delhi Metro Blue Line:
- Noida Electronic City
- Noida Sector 62
- Noida Sector 59
- Noida Sector 61
- Noida Sector 52
- Noida Sector 34
- Noida City Centre
- Noida Golf Course
- Botanical Garden
- Noida Sector 18
- Noida Sector 16
- Noida Sector 15
- New Ashok Nagar
- Mayur Vihar Extension
- Mayur Vihar-I
- Yamuna Bank
- Pragati Maidan
- Mandi House
- Barakhamba Road
- Rajiv Chowk
- R K Ashram Marg
- Karol Bagh
- Rajendra Place
- Patel Nagar
- Kirti Nagar
- Moti Nagar
- Ramesh Nagar
- Rajouri Garden
- Tagore Garden
- Subhash Nagar
- Janakpuri East
- Janakpuri West
- Uttam Nagar East
- Uttam Nagar West
- Dwarka Mor
- Dwarka Sector 14
- Dwarka Sector 13
- Dwarka Sector 12
- Dwarka Sector 11
- Dwarka Sector 10
- Dwarka Sector 9
- Dwarka Sector 8
- Dwarka Sector 21
Line 4: Yamuna Bank – Vaishali (Blue Line) (Branch Line)
Finished in January 2010, Line 4 works across eight stations. The separation secured under this course is 6.25 km. A little expansion was made in July 2011 interfacing the Anand Vihar Metro Station of the Blue Line branch with the Vaishali Metro Station in Ghaziabad, two stations, i.e., Anand Vihar and Vaishali in Ghaziabad. The Anand Vihar ISBT – Vaishali course was opened for open on 27 January 2010.
Stations Covered in Line 4
Yamuna Bank – Laxmi Nagar – Nirman Vihar – Preet Vihar – Karkardooma – Anand Vihar – Kaushambi – Vaishali
Line 5: Inderlok – Brigadier Hoshiyar Singh (Green Line)
This is one of the most as of late added line to the Delhi Metro organize. It likewise happens to be the second line that offers the standard-measure hallway after Line 4. The all out separation secured by this course is roughly 29.64 km. Line 5 spreads 21 stations. The line was made operational from 3 April 2010. The Kirti Nagar-Ashok Park primary course was opened on 27 August 2011.
Stations Covered in Line 5
Inderlok – Ashok Park Main – Punjabi Bagh – Shivaji Park – Madipur – Paschim Vihar East – Paschim Vihar West – Peeragarhi – Udyog Nagar – Surajmal Stadium – Nangloi – Nangloi Railway Station – Rajdhani Park – Mundka – Mundka Industrial Area (MIA) – Ghevra Metro station – Tikri Kalan – Tikri Border – Pandit Shree Ram Sharma – Bahadurgarh City – Brigadier Hoshiyar Singh
Line 6: Kashmere Gate – Raja Nahar Singh (Ballabhgarh)(Violet Line)
At first, Line 6 run from Central Secretariat to Sarita Vihar and started its tasks in October 2010. This course covers an all out separation of 43.285 km that incorporates 34 significant stations. The line was stretched out to Raja Nahar Singh Metro Station (Ballabhgarh) in November 2018.
Stations Covered in Line 6
Kasmere Gate – Lal Qila – Jama Masjid – Delhi Gate – ITO – Mandi House – Janpath – Central Secretariat – Khan Market – Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium – Jangpura – Lajpat Nagar – Moolchand – Kailash Colony – Nehru Place – Kalkaji Mandir – Govindpuri – Harkesh Nagar – Jasola Apollo – Sarita Vihar – Mohan Estate – Tughlakabad – Badarpur – Sarai – NHPC Chowk – Mewla Maharajpur – Sector 28 – Badkhal Mor – Faridabad Old – Neelam Chowk Ajronda – Bata Chowk – Escorts Mujesar – Sant Surdas (Sihi) – Raja Nahar Singh (Ballabhgarh)
Line – 6 was made operational in three phases:
3 October 2010: Central Secretariat to Sarita Vihar
14 January 2011: Sarita Vihar to Badarpur
28 June 2014: Central Secretariat to Mandi House
8 June 2015: Mandi House to ITO
6 September 2015:Badarpur to Escorts Mujesar
28 May 2017:Kashmere Gate to ITO
19 November 2018:Escorts Mujesar to Raja Nahar Singh
Line 7: Airport Express – Dwarka Sector 21 (Orange Line)
The Delhi Airport Metro Express line runs from the New Delhi Metro Station to the Dwarka Sector 21 Metro Station, connecting the Indira Gandhi International Airport in the middle. The New Delhi – IGI Airport (T-3) – Dwarka Sector-21 course was opened to open on 23 February 2011. The all out length of this line is 22.7 km. The administration was suspended from 7 July 2012 to 22 January 2013 because of some specialized issues. It has now been revived; and, the metro speed is 132 km/hr.
Stations Covered in Line 7:
New Delhi Station – Shivaji Stadium – Dhaula Kuan – Delhi Aerocity – Airport – Dwarka Sector 21
Pink Line: Mukundpur Depot – Shiv Vihar
On 14 March 2018, stations from Mukundpur Depot to Durgabai Deshmukh South Campus were opened to open. Areas between Trilokpuri Sanjay Lake and Shiv Vihar were opened on 31 October, 2018. Different segments of the line are required to be opened in December 2018. It is 58.59 km long and set to be the longest hallway of Delhi NCR’s quickly growing metro organize. As of now, it comprises of 38 stations. Running nearby Delhi’s bustling Ring Road, which sees immense congested driving conditions each day, the Pink Line is likewise alluded to as the Ring Road Line.
Stations Covered in Pink Line
Mukundpur Depot – Majilis Park – Azadpur – Shalimar Bagh – Netaji Subhash Place – Shakurpur – Punjabi Bagh West – ESI Hospital – Rajouri Garden – Maya Puri – Naraina Vihar – Delhi Cantonment – Durgabai Deshmukh South Campus – Sir Vishweshwaraiah Moti Bagh – Bhikaji Cama Place – Sarojini Nagar – INA – South Extension – Lajpat Nagar – Vinobapuri – Ashram – Hazrat Nizamuddin – Mayur Vihar-I – Mayur Vihar Pocket 1 – Trilokpuri Sanjay Lake – Vinod Nagar East – Vinod Nagar – IP Extension – Anand Vihar – Karkarduma – Krishna Nagar – East Azad Nagar – Welcome – Jaffrabad – Maujpur – Gokul Puri – Johri Enclave – Shiv Vihar
|Netaji Subhash Place|
|Punjabi Bagh West|
|Durgabai Deshmukh South Campus|
|Sir Vishweshwaraiah Moti Bagh|
|Bhikaji Cama Place|
|Delhi Haat INA|
|Sarai Kale Khan – Nizamuddin|
|Mayur Vihar – I|
|Mayur Vihar Pocket I|
|Trilokpuri Sanjay Lake|
|East Vinod Nagar – Mayur Vihar-II|
|Mandawali – West Vinod Nagar|
|East Azad Nagar|
List of Stations in Delhi Metro Blue Line
List of Stations in Delhi Metro RED Line :
Red Line: Janak Puri West – Botanical Garden
The Magenta Line of Delhi Metro has gotten totally useful after the dispatch of its last stretch from Janak Puri West to Kalkaji Mandir on May 29, 2018. At first, the principal stretch of the Magenta Line from Botanical Garden to Kalkaji Mandir was propelled on December 25, 2017. The Magenta Line is a piece of the DMRC’s Phase III system. This line interfaces the whole stretch from Janakpuri (West) to Botanical Garden, covering an all out separation of 38.235 kilometers and 25 stations. With the dispatch of this metro line, the voyaging time among Gurugram and Noida will likewise get decreased by 30 minutes. After the augmentation of the maroon line to Janakpuri West, the Terminal I (residential terminal) of Indira Gandhi International Airport has a different station on the Magenta line.
After the introduction of the subsequent stretch, the two new trade offices are accessible on the fuchsia line. One is from Janakpuri West (on the Dwarka – NOIDA/Vaishali Blue Line) and the other one is at Hauz Khas (on the HUDA City Center – Samaypur Badli Yellow line). This has diminished the voyaging time among Gurugram and Noida by 30 minutes as the suburbanites don’t need to experience the jam-stuffed Rajiv Chowk Metro station.
Stations Covered in Magenta Line
Janakpuri West – Dabri Mor – Dhasrath Puri – Palam – Sadar Bazaar Cantonment – Terminal 1 IGI Airport – Shankar Vihar – Vasant Vihar – Munirka – R.K Puram – IIT Delhi – Hauz Khas – Panchsheel Park – Chirag Delhi – Greater Kailash – Nehru Enclave – Kalkaji Mandir – Okhla NSIC – Sukhdev Vihar – Jamia Millia Islamia – Okhla Vihar – Jasola Vihar Shaheen Bagh – Kalindi Kunj – Okhla Bird Sanctuary – Botanical Garden
Mandi House Interchange Station
The main segment of the Phase III of the Delhi Metro got utilitarian for open on 26 June 2014. It is a 3.2 km-long underground metro line associating Mandi House (Blue line) and Central Secretariat (Yellow line); it is an augmentation of the Violet Line with a view to decongest the Rajiv Chowk Metro Station. The principal train on the course was introduced by the Union Minister of Urban Development, Venkaiah Naidu. The Mandi House metro station fills in as a trade station for three metro lines: Jahangirpuri – HUDA City Center, Central Secretariat – Badarpur and Noida – Dwarka Sector 21. The workers of the Badarpur – Central Secretariat course headed for Noida, Vaishali just as Dwarka can change trains at Mandi House without changing trains twice at the Central Secretariat and Rajiv Chowk metro stations. The metro prepares on this course will run at a recurrence of 3.25 minutes.
Preliminary of Phase III of the Delhi Metro
The Phase III of the Delhi Metro points have any kind of effect of around 30 minutes of voyaging time among Delhi and the NCR urban areas of Noida and Gurgaon. The workers will save money on voyaging time in light of the fact that the quantity of trading stations has been expanded to 22 when contrasted with the current nine exchanging center points.
The 13 exchange stations to be included include:
Line 7: Rajouri Garden, Netaji Subhash Place, Lajpat Nagar, INA, Azadpur, Mayur Vihar Phase I, Anand Vihar, Welcome and Karkardooma
Line 8: Kalkaji Mandir, Hauz Khas, Janakpuri West and Botanical Garden
Stage III means to diminish the separation went by workers between:
Kalkaji and Botanical Garden by 16 km
Hauz Khas and Botanical Garden by 8 km
Hauz Khas and Janakpuri West by 9 km
Lajpat Nagar and Mayur Vihar Phase I by 8 km
Dhaula Kuan and INA by 12 km
Dhaula Kuan and Rajouri Garden by 12 km
Badarpur – Faridabad Line
The line was introduced on 6 September, 2015 by the PM Modi. This line gives availability among Delhi and the mechanical satellite city of Faridabad, Haryana.
Delhi Metro’s ‘Legacy Line’, involving three stations, Delhi Gate, Jama Masjid, and Red Fort Metro Stations was opened up to open on May 28, 2017. This line is basically an augmentation of the Violet Line that runs among Faridabad and ITO and takes load off the Chandni Chowk and Chawri Bazar stations of the Yellow Line.
Delhi Metro Ranked Second Among 18 Metro Systems in the World
In an online review directed by the worldwide metro benchmarking gatherings, the Nova Group of Metros and Community of Metros (CoMET), Delhi Metro has been positioned second regarding by and large consumer loyalty among the 18 global metro frameworks. According to media reports, in excess of 41,000 individuals gave their input for the online study directed worldwide through internet based life and online sites. As per the reports, the suburbanites of the Delhi Metro evaluated ‘swarming’ and ‘unwavering quality’ as a portion of the need regions. A representative from the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) said that the overview was directed according to the European Norm 13816 and not many of the regions secured were openness, convenience, accessibility, data before movement, client care, and so on.
Most noteworthy Height Achieved by Delhi Metro – Dhaula Kuan
A significant accomplishment has been accomplished by the Delhi Metro as the Delhi Metro trains crossing Dhaula Kuan will work at a tallness of 23.6 meter. This has outperformed the stature of Karkardooma, where the metro trains work at a tallness of 19 meter. For keeping away from any sort of traffic disturbance on the Airport line, the starting activity above it will be done from 12.30 a.m. to 4 a.m., that is, the non-working hours. A redirection street has likewise being built to keep away from any sort of burden to the workers. The viaduct is booked to be finished before the finish of October 2014. The raised viaducts of the Phase III overcome the two existing periods of metro passages at four different areas other than Dhaula Kuan. The four different areas are Anand Vihar, Mayur Vihar, Netaji Subhash Place and Karkardooma.
Delhi Metro’s Engineering Marvel
In a noteworthy turn of events, the DMRC has accomplished what can be appropriately named as a wonder of building. The Majlis Park-Shiv Vihar passage, under development as a component of the Phase III task, presently crosses the current Vaishali-Dwarka line at a tallness of 21 meters over the ground, with 10 meters of clearing. As per media reports, a few such hybrid lines will be built during this stage.
DMRC dispatches a Smartphone Mobile Application
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has propelled a cell phone application to assist clients with picking up Delhi Metro-related data without any problem. The clients of cell phones can get data through GPS as the application takes a shot at both iPhones just as Android cell phones with Internet or GPRS get to. The application can likewise be downloaded from the official site (www.delhimetrorail.com) of DMRC.
As declared by Mangu Singh, the Managing Director of DMRC, a client will have the option to get the accompanying data utilizing this application:
- Metro map and route details
- Nearest metro station
- Travel fares and travel time
- Metro timings
- Parking information
- Landmark and tourist places near metro stations
- Feeder bus availability and route details
- Helpline numbers
- Complaints and feedback facility
- Security helpline numbers
- Metro Museum information
The application is said to have an easy to understand interface to guarantee simple route and has every single significant alternative on the home screen.
Delhi Metro dispatches Online Smart Card Recharge Facility
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has propelled an online revive office of Metro shrewd cards. This arrangement will permit the suburbanites to revive their brilliant cards through their credit/platinum cards. The top-up can be effectively done by visiting the accompanying connections: www.delhimetrorail.com or www.dmrcsmartcard.com. Once the energize is done, the workers should approve their revive by utilizing the ticket peruser cum Add-Value machines, which have been introduced at 13 metro stations – Shastri Park, Rajendra Place, Dilshad Garden, Welcome, Barakhamba Road, Pragati Maidan, Nirman Vihar, Seelampur, Karkardooma, Laxmi Nagar, R K Ashram Marg, Shahdara and Jhandewalan. The machines will likewise give data about the estimation of the shrewd cards, the last energize done and the last five section/leave exchanges. The base exchange sum is Rs. 200 and the most extreme energize sum permitted is Rs. 3000 for each card. This office won’t just permit the suburbanites to stay away from pointless lines however will likewise diminish money exchanges at the ticket counters.
Kashmere Gate – Red Fort Tunnel Completes
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) finished the burrowing of 1,351 meters between Kashmere Gate and Red Fort. The development under the Phase III for the stretch of passage on 9.37 km on the focal Secretariat-Kashmere Gate went underneath the current Kashmere Gate raised metro station. According to DMRC, the passage passes Dara Shikoh Library, Lothian Bridge and Ambedkar University.
Study: Delhi Metro Ranks First in Information During Travel
As indicated by a review directed by Railway and Transport Strategic Center, the Delhi Metro was positioned as first in “data during movement”. The DMRC likewise made sure about second situation in “train neatness and solace”. The positioning was given based on the overviews directed between 13 April 2015 and 10 May 2015.
Metro Rails in Indian Cities
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- Noida Metro Map
- Bangalore Metro Map
- Hyderabad Metro Map
- Indore Metro Map
- Central secretariat Metro Map
- Gurgaon Rapid Metro Rail
- Dwarka Metro Map
- Mumbai Metro Map
- Jaipur Metro Map
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