Delhi Metro Red Line
The Delhi Metro Heart of Delhi plays a very best role of growing the Delhi as the capital of India. As well as the population will growing as well as the traffic will growing so Delhi metro play the best role to control the daily Traffic. This time there are 6 coaches after CWG in Delhi Metro. Delhi Metro has carrying capacity as high as 60,000 – 80,000 phpdt (peak hour peak direction traffic).
Here are out of Six Line (Delhi Metro Route) Red Line was the first line route of the Metro to be opened. Which is connects Rithala in the west to Dilshad Garden in the east, in this station covering The Length of the entire line is 25.15 Km.
Delhi metro railway line consists of twenty one railway stations ranging from Dilshad Garden and ending at Rithala. In This Delhi metro Red Line route it crosses the Yamuna River between Kashmere Gate and Shastri Park stations. Interchanges are available with yellow line at Kashmiri gate with green line at Inderlok and with the Indian Railways network at Shahdara.The Red line connects East-Northeast-North-Northwest Delhi.
DMRC was facing the problem of funding for the Project of Delhi Metro.The NDA and BJP Govt. come in the light and Take the Bold Decision for the availability of Funding of the Heart of Delhi as Delhi Metro, By Construct a Segment of whole Project By which the Foreign Investors, specifically from Japan.
Red Line was the first construction model of the delhi metro and when seeing by the Foreign investor Japan , is very impressed with the Indian Govt's A Corruption free Model and agree to Invest the Money first in Phase I and the Phase II etc.
The Line - 1 was made operational in four stages
- 25 December, 2002: Shahdara - Tis Hazari
- 4 October, 2003: Tis Hazari - Inderlok
- 1 April 2004: Inderlok - Rithala
- 3 June 2008: Dilshad Garden - Shahdara
Delhi Metro Red Line Metro Map
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Delhi Metro Red Line Stations
|1||Dilshad Garden||दिलशाद गार्डन|
|3||Mansarovar Park||मानसरोवर पार्क|
|7||Shastri Park||शास्त्री पार्क|
|8||Kashmere Gate||कश्मीरी गेट|
|9||Tis Hazari||तीस हजारी|
|10||Pul Bangash||पुल बंगाश|
|11||Pratap Nagar||प्रताप नगर|
|12||Shastri Nagar||शास्त्री नगर|
|14||Kanhiya Nagar||कन्हैया नगर|
|15||Keshav Puram||केशव पुरम|
|16||Netaji Subhash Place||नेताजी सुभाष प्लेस|
|17||Kohat Enclave||कोहाट एंक्लेव|
|19||Rohini East||रोहिणी पूर्व|
|20||Rohini West||रोहिणी पश्चिम|
Important Contact Number in this Route: Red Line
|Station Name||Phone Number|
|DILSHAD GARDEN||24534831 & 8800793100|
|KASHMERE GATE||23860837 & 8800793107|
|RITHALA||65165582 & 8800793120|
Latest Delhi Metro Red Line News
stations from January 1These stations — Rohini East and Rohini West on the ; MG Road Station on the Yellow Line; Mayur Vihar Phase-I, Nirman Vihar, Tilak Nagar, Janakpuri West, and Noida Sector-15 on the Blue Line; and Nehru Place and Kailash Colony on the Violet ...10 stations to go cashless from 1 JanuaryCashless : Is Modi govt resorting to force? goes cashless. But why is it relying exclusively on Paytm?
over Blue glitchNew Delhi: Commuters of the Blue faced a harrowing time on Wednesday as train services were severely crippled due to a technical snag at Dwarka station. The corridor was plagued by multiple technical snags on Wednesday – one which ...
stations go cashless; Kejriwal to seek inquiryThe stations where the measure has been rolled out are Rohini East and Rohini West on , MG Road Station on Yellow Line, Mayur Vihar Phase-I, Nirman Vihar, Tilak Nagar, Janakpuri West, and Noida Sector-15 on Blue Line and Nehru Place and ...Kejriwal questions -Paytm tie-upCM to seek probe into stations going cashlessDemonetisation: 10 stations to go cashless in from today
will not go completely cashlessThe has refuted media reports claiming that 10 Metro stations would go completely cashless from Sunday. The 10 Metro stations—Rohini East and Rohini West on the ; MG Road Station on Yellow Line; Mayur Vihar Phase-I, Nirman Vihar ... cashless drive put on holdDMRC defers plan to go 'cashless'Cashless Initiative at 10 Stations Put on Hold; Arvind Kejriwal Requests Enquiry into the Tie-Up with Paytm!