NEW DELHI: Today is a big day as Delhi-NCR has received the gift of the country’s first non-passenger metro train. On the birthday (December 25) of Christmas and former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday inaugurated a segment of Delhi Metro newly-built Magenta Line, which will connect Botanical Garden in Noida to Kalkaji Mandir in Delhi. India has stood with its neighboring country China, where the driver’s train has started. The Magenta Line which is decorated with cultural, flora, fauna themes, is the third metro line in the country to be inaugurated by PM Modi this year. He had earlier dedicated the Kochi Metro to the nation in June and the Hyderabad Metro in November. Earlier in April, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Australian counterpart Malcolm Turnbull traveled by metro to the Akshardham Temple in Delhi.
In these countries the driver goes without the Metro
Driver Less Metro runs in Europe, in Denmark, Spain, Italy, France, Germany, Hungary, Switzerland and also in the UK. In these countries, such metro is run in more than one city. Apart from these, the driver’s train runs in America and Canada. At the same time, this kind of Metro has already arrived in China, Brazil and Peru.
Delhi Metro Magenta Line Metro Map
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Tell us that a driverless train will be run on the third phase metro lines in Delhi. Among them are the Magenta line with the Botanical Gardens from Shiva Vihar, Pink Line and Janakpuri.
According to source that on this a big event Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath, Governor Ram Naik and Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) managing director Mangu Singh also graced. After the inauguration, all the dignitaries, including PM Modi, took a ride on board the Magenta Line metro during its first public run.
On Sunday, the Prime Minister said in a tweet that the highly-anticipated Magenta Line of the Delhi Metro is an example of modernising urban transport that will make travel between Delhi and Noida faster and convenient.
Connecting south Delhi’s Kalkaji Mandir to Botanical Garden in Noida, the Magenta Line is equipped with platform screen doors (PSDs) on all nine stations as follows Botanical Garden, Okhla Bird Sanctuary, Kalindi Kunj,Jasola Bihar Shaleen Bagh,Okhla Vihar, Jamia Milia Islamia, Sukhdev Vihar, Okhla NSIC and Kalkaji Mandir and Six of the nine new stations—Botanical Garden, Okhla Bird Sanctuary, Jamia Milia Islamia, Sukhdev Vihar, Okhla NSIC and Kalkaji Mandir—have been decorated, reflecting themes of nature, Yoga, and cultural landmarks. At the new Kalkaji Mandir station, ceramic murals of Lotus Temple, ISKCON Temple and nature-themed artworks, and paintings showing birds have been displayed.
With the commissioning of the new line, the travel time between south Delhi and Noida will be reduced from 52 minutes to 19 minutes on the Magenta Line. The entire line, when complete, will run from Botanical Garden to Janakpuri West.
As We Know that during a trial run on the Magenta Line Last week, a driverless train drove through a wall at the Kalindi Kunj depot because the brakes had not engaged allegedly because of human error.Beside This You need to know Magenta Line to use high-tech signalling system.Accoding To The DMRC authorities said that 10 trains would operate on this new line, while two would be kept on reserve, one each at Kalkaji Mandir and Botanical Garden stations.
As Earlier we know that After fares were raised in October by 20-50 per cent, the Delhi Metro lost three lakh commuters a day, a Right to Information (RTI) application revealed.
Ticket prices went up by Rs.10 for almost every distance slab in October, just five months after another hike of up to 100 per cent.
If You are a regular passenges of the route of noida to south delhi so this is a very great gifted introduce by PM Modi and CM Yogi Aditya Nam. Botanical Garden is first-ever metro interchange station outside Delhi and the travel time between south Delhi and Noida would be significantly reduced.
The direct ride on the Magenta Line from Kalkaji Mandir to Botanical Garden takes 19 minutes while travelling through Blue and Violet Lines between the old stations takes 52 minutes, with interchange facility at Mandi House station. The new Kalkaji Mandir station is underground and an elevated walkway connects the new facility with the existing station, to facilitate passengers travelling towards Fardiabad side.
The coaches running on this line have electronic information display, power charging capacity, including directly through USB ports, and seats in different colour shades. The new trains are also energy-efficient and would save about 20% energy compared to the existing coaches.
At present, carriages, measuring 2.9m in width are in use on existing standard gauge corridors—Violet Line (Kashmiri Gate-Escorts Mujesar) and Green Line (Kirti Nagar-Mundka), another senior official said. Yellow Line (Samyapur Badli-Huda City Centre) and Blue Line (Dwarka-Noida/Vaishali) are among the broad guage lines on which wide coaches ply.
In Delhi, a non-conducive train is to be run on the third phase of metro lines. Among them are the Magenta line with the Botanical Gardens from Shiva Vihar, Pink Line and Janakpuri.
- Some Points You Need To Know About Magenta line Metro
There is a system for sitting between 40 and 50 people in each coach with a three-color chair in the train.
- This is the first Metro Line of DMRC, which is based on standard gauge. This track is different from Blue Line. The Blue Line is based on Broad Gauge. With standard gauge, passengers will get more space within the metro. That is, its capacity will be quite high.
- All nine Metro stations in the route have been eco-friendly. Pit has been constructed for water harvesting for water conservation. Where rain water is collected on the Viaduct. This will help in increasing the level of ground water.
- According to the DMRC spokesperson, in the world so far, 3,000 km track is running on a CBBC-based driver-driven metro. This is the first experiment in the country. Where there is no driver without a driver. But it will be manually operated for two years.
- The Magenta line’s metro is quite different from the Blue Line. Four CCTV cameras have been installed in each coach for safety. Apart from this, two CCTV cameras have been installed outside each coach.
- “Coaches measuring 3.2m in width will be in operation on the new Magenta Line. This would also allow 30-40 more passengers than the capacity of coaches running on a standard gauge. The size of a broad gauge line is 5ft 6in (1,676mm) and a standard gauge line is 4ft 8.5in (1,435 mm). These broad-sized coaches (3.2m) can smoothly ply on the newly-laid standard tracks,”