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Delhi Metro Route Map Guide

Delhi Metro is a mass transit system serving Delhi and other cities in the National Capital Region. The system contains almost 350 km of tracks at ground level, above the ground as well as underground. Its 254 stations record a daily footfall of around 47 lakh (4.7 million). Delhi Metro was built in three phases, wherein the first two phases consisted of radial lines and the third phase consisted of a circular and a semi-circular line. The trains travel at up to 80 km/h, stopping at each station for 20 seconds. The trains, comprising 4, 6 or 8 coaches, have a frequency of 1­–4 minutes during peak hours and 5–10 minutes during non-peak hours. While some lines use broad-gauge (1676 mm) tracks, others use standard-gauge (1435 mm) tracks.

Delhi Metro Quick Info 

  • Owner: Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (join-venture between Government of NCT of Delhi and Government of India)
  • Serving Cities: Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Gurgaon, Bahadurgarh
  • Number of Lines: 10
  • Headquarters: Metro Bhavan, Barakhamba Road
  • Started Operations in: 2002
  • Daily Timings: 5:30 am to 11:30 pm (varies with station)
  • Fare: ₹ 10–60

Delhi Metro Lines

Metro Line Length (Km) Stations – Starting Point – End Point
Red 34.6 29 – Shaheed Sthal – Rithala
Yellow 49.3 37 – Samaypur Badli – HUDA City Centre
Blue 56.6 50 – Dwarka Sector 21Noida – Electronic City
Blue 8.7 8 – Yamuna Bank – Vaishali
Green 26.3 21 – Inderlok – Brigadier Hoshiyar Singh
3.3 2 – Ashok Park Main – Kirti Nagar
Violet 46.6 34 – Kashmere Gate – Raja Nahar Singh (Faridabad)
Orange (Airport Express) 22.7 6 – Dwarka Sector 21 – NewDelhi Railway Station
Pink* 57.5 38 – Majlis Park – Shiv Vihar
Magenta 37.4 25 – Botanical Garden – Janakpuri West
Grey 4.3 3 – Dwarka – Najafgarh

* Line 7 (Pink Line) is incomplete, with the section between Trilokpuri Sanjay Lake and Mayur Vihar Pocket 1 still under construction. Thus, trains on the line run from Majlis Park to Mayur Vihar Pocket 1 and Shiv Vihar to Trilokpuri Sanjay Lake in two separate sections.

Apart from these 10 lines, Delhi Metro also operates Rapid Metro Gurgaon. The line, running from Sikanderpur to Phase 3, is 11.7 km long and has 11 stations.

Delhi Metro Lesser-Known Facts

  • The largest and busiest metro in India and also with the most number of stations
  • DMRC conducts rainwater harvesting throughout the Blue Line
  • First metro system to be awarded Carbon Credits by the United Nations for reducing greenhouse gas emissions (6,30,000 tonnes every year)
  • E Sreedharan, first Managing Director of Delhi Metro, is popularly called the Metro Man
  • Hauz Khas (Pink Line), 29 metres below the ground, is the deepest station
  • The crossing of Pink and Orange Lines in Dhaula Kuan is the highest point on the system, 23.6 km above the ground
  • Phase 1 completed 3 years ahead of schedule
  • Escalators at stations have a ‘saree guard’ to prevent sarees from getting stuck

Delhi Metro Route Map

Delhi Metro Route Map

 

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