Delhi Metro Rail
Delhi Metro, Heart of Delhi .The Metro is Delhi's ever expanding local train network. It is a network serves Delhi, Gurgaon, Ghaziabad and Noida in National Capital Region (NCR) of India. It is world’s thirteenth largest metro system. The Delhi metro project began operations on 24th December 2002 from the Shahdara tees Hazari station. The transport maximum speed of 80 km / h (50 miles / hour) kept at each station for about 20 seconds and stop.
All Trains are built by South Korean company named Rotem (ROTEM).
Delhi Metro is being built and operated by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited (DMRC) ,was set up by Delhi Government and Government of India in 1985 .Physical construction work on the Delhi Metro started on 1 Oct 1998. The first line opened on 24 Dec 2002 and the entire Phase I of the project was completed in December 2005. Trains run from 6 a.m. until 11 p.m.the Tickets cost from 8 rupees to 30 rupees.The trains are mainly of four coaches, but due to increase in passengers numbers, six-coach trains are also added on red line (Dilshad Garden to Rithala), Yellow Line (Jahangirpuri to HUDA city centre), Blue Line (Dwarka sec -21 to Vaishali/NOIDA city centre) on the network . With first coach reserved for ladies only.
Before that there was Much of the burden was on the road before transport. To seeing The plan was to walk on six routes in its infancy, which would add much of Delhi. The initial phase was completed in 2006.after that its is now in NCR.
The transport system, inspired by the success of other Indian states like Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Karnataka , Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra also Plans are afoot to run it.
The metro service is also connected with feeder bus service, which provides access to various areas in the cities.
The Delhi metro recorded its highest ever ridership on 19th August 2013 when 2,606,364 people used the metro. Expansion plans on various lines are underway, and the total system length is expected to reach 295 km by the year 2016, making it one of the fastest growing metro networks in the world. The metro also follows environment friendly practices that have fetched them awards from various international organizations including the United Nations.
Central Secretariat to Mandi House Mandi house section would open to public w.e.f. June 26 2014.
Cost of travel on the Delhi Metro
Delhi Metro is exceptionally modest with the base charge of Rs.8 (=$0.15). Special prepaid Tourist Cards are available at Rs. 100- ($1.70) every day every individual for travel go on the metro for a day, and a 3 day card for travel go for 3 days costs for Rs.250- ($4.20) every individual. On the off chance that you give back the card, you can get Rs.50- back, being the expense of the card itself or a security store.
Delhi Metro Route, Stations and Map
Delhi Metro has various routes on its 6 Different Routes which are :
- » Red Line (Dilshad Garden till Rithala)
- » Yellow Line (Jahangirpuri till HUDA city center)
- » Blue Line (Noida City Cetre till Dwarka Sector 21 / Yamuna Bank till Vaishali)
- » Green Line (Inderlok till Mundka / Kirti Nagar till Ashok Park Main)
- » Violet Line (Central Secretariat till Badarpur)
- » Airport Express Line (New Delhi Till Dwarka Sector 21 via IGI Airport)