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Delhi Metro Green Line

Green Line or Line 5 was the first line to be constructed under Delhi Metro’s Phase II. It is also the first line on the system to use 1435 mm (standard gauge) tracks; the electrification is the same as for the rest of the system — 25 kV AC through overhead wires. Like the Blue Line (Line 3/4), the   also functions as two individual sections — main line from Inderlok to Brigadier Hoshiyar Singh in Bahadurgarh (26.3 km; 21 stations) and branch line from Kirti Nagar to Ashok Park Main (3.3 km; 3 stations). The section of the line, where it travels above the Punjabi Bagh flyover, ground-level road and underpass, is one of the highest points of Delhi Metro.

Stations on Green Line

Main Line

Station Interchange/Connections
English Hindi Red Line
Inderlok इंद्रलोक Red Line
Ashok Park Main अशोक पार्क मेन Green Line (Branch Line)
Punjabi Bagh पंजाबी बाग Pink Line
Shivaji Park शिवाजी पार्क  
Madipur Madipur  
Paschim Vihar East पश्चिम विहार पूर्व में  
Paschim Vihar West पश्चिम विहार पश्चिम  
Peera Garhi पीरा गढ़ी  
Udyog Nagar उद्योग नगर  
Surajmal Stadium सूरजमल स्टेडियम  
Nangloi नांगलोई  
Nangloi Railway Station नांगलोई रेलवे स्टेशन  
Rajdhani Park राजधानी पार्क  
Mundka मुंडका  
Mundka Industrial Area मुंडका औद्योगिक क्षेत्र  
Ghevra घेवरा  
Tikri Kalan टिकरी कलां  
Tikri Border टिकरी बॉर्डर  
Pandit Shree Ram Sharma पंडित श्री राम शर्मा  
Bahadurgarh City बहादुरगढ़ सिटी  
Brigadier Hoshiyar Singh ब्रिगेडियर होशियार सिंह  

Green Line Route Map

Further Extension of Green Line

There are plans to extend the main line further southwards from Brigadier Hoshiyar Singh, all the way to the industrial city of Rohtak, thereby adding 24 stations.

Top Attractions Connected by Green Line

Attraction Nearest Station Distance from Nearest Station (Km)
Punjabi Bagh Market Shivaji Park 0.8

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