Pink Line or Line 7 was the first line to be inaugurated as part of Delhi Metro Phase III development. At 58.5 km, it is the longest line on the system; however, the entire line is not yet operational. The viaduct between Trilokpuri–Sanjay Lake and Mayur Vihar Pocket 1 has not been constructed, so the line works as two separate sections — Shiv Vihar to Trilokpuri–Sanjay Lake and Majlis Park to Mayur Vihar Pocket 1 — with a total of 38 stations.
- Inaugurated in: 14 March 2018
- Number of Stations: 38 Stations and 10 Interchanges
- Timings: 6:00 am to 11:30 pm
- Ticket Price: Rs.10 to Rs.60
Pink Line Map
Pink Line Interesting Facts
- The Pink Line of the Delhi Metro was inaugurated in stages. The first section, between Majlis Park and Durgabai Deshmukh South Campus, was opened to the public on March 14, 2018. Subsequently, additional sections were opened in different phases, with the final stretch becoming operational on August 6, 2018.
- The Pink Line is approximately 58.6 kilometers (36.4 miles) long, making it one of the longest lines in the Delhi Metro network.
- The line has six-coach trains that run at a maximum speed of 80 km/h on 1435 mm (standard gauge) tracks and 25 kV AC via overhead wires. Pink Line runs through the city in a circle, mostly along the Inner Ring Road.
- It is one of the only three lines on the system to have platform screen doors at all stations, communication-based train control (CBTC) technology as well as facilities for driverless train operation.
Stations on Delhi Metro Pink Line
|Majlis Park||मजलिस पार्क||Pink Line (towards Maujpur–Babarpur)|
|Shalimar Bagh||शालीमार बाग|
|Netaji Subhash Place||नेताजी सुभाष प्लेस||Red Line|
|Shakurpur||शकूरपुर||Hotels in Shakurpur|
|Punjabi Bagh West||पंजाबी बाग पश्चिम||Green Line|
|ESI Hospital||ईएसआई अस्पताल|
|Rajouri Garden||राजौरी गार्डन||Blue Line|
|Naraina Vihar||नरैना विहार|
|Delhi Cantonment||दिल्ली छावनी|
|Durgabai Deshmukh South Campus||दुर्गाबाई देशमुख साउथ कैंपस||Orange Line (Dhaula Kuan station)|
|Sir Vishweshwaraiah Moti Bagh||सर विश्वेश्वरैया मोती बाग|
|Bhikaji Cama Place||भीकाजी कामा प्लेस|
|Sarojini Nagar||सरोजिनी नगर||Hotels near Sarojini Nagar|
|INA||आई ऐन ऐ||Yellow Line|
|South Extension||दक्षिण विस्तार|
|Lajpat Nagar||लाजपत नगर||Violet Line||Hotels in Lajpat Nagar|
|Sarai Kale Khan–Nizamuddin||सराय काले खान-निज़ामुद्दीन||Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station; Sarai Kale Khan ISBT||Hotels near Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station|
|Mayur Vihar – I||मयूर विहार – I||Blue Line|
|Mayur Vihar Pocket I||मयूर विहार पॉकेट I|
|Trilokpuri–Sanjay Lake||त्रिलोकपुरी-संजय झील|
|East Vinod Nagar–Mayur Vihar-II||पूर्वी विनोद नगर-मयूर विहार- II|
|Mandawali–West Vinod Nagar||मंडावली-पश्चिम विनोद नगर|
|IP Extension||आईपी एक्सटेंशन|
|Anand Vihar||आनंद विहार||Blue Line; Anand Vihar Terminal; Anand Vihar ISBT||Hotels in Anand Vihar|
|Karkarduma Court||कड़कड़डूमा कोर्ट||Hotels in Karkarduma|
|Krishna Nagar||कृष्णा नगर|
|East Azad Nagar||पूर्वी आज़ाद नगर|
|Welcome||स्वागत हे||Red Line||Hotels in Shahdara|
|Maujpur–Babarpur||मौजपुर-बाबरपुर||Pink Line (towards Majlis Park)|
|Johri Enclave||जोहरी एनक्लेव|
|Shiv Vihar||शिव विहार|
Further Extension of Pink Line
Under Phase IV, Pink Line is to be extended from Maujpur–Babarpur to Majlis Park. This way, those who have to commute between the two stations, will not have to travel on the entire line and Delhi in a virtual circle; they can simply take the train across the Yamuna River to reach their destination.
Top Attractions Connected by Pink Line
|Attraction||Nearest Station||Distance from Nearest Station (Km)|
|Pacific Mall (Sahibabad)||Anand Vihar||0.7|
|Humayun’s Tomb||Sarai Kale Khan–Nizamuddin||2.9|
|Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah||Sarai Kale Khan–Nizamuddin||2.6|
|Indraprastha Park||Sarai Kale Khan–Nizamuddin||1|
|World Peace Pagoda||Sarai Kale Khan–Nizamuddin||1.8|
|South Ex Market||South Extension||0|
|Lajpat Nagar Central Market||Lajpat Nagar||0.6|
|Sarojini Nagar Market||Sarojini Nagar||0.4|
|Punjabi Bagh Market||Punjabi Bagh West||0.7|
|Rajouri Garden Market||Rajouri Garden||0.6|
|TDI Mall||Rajouri Garden||0.4|
|Coronation Park||Majlis Park||2.3|
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How many metro stations are there on the Pink Line?
A. Currently, the Pink Line Delhi Metro is running on 38 stations with 10 interchanges.
Q. Which is the 1st station on the Pink Line metro in Delhi?
A. Majlis Park and Shiv Vihar are the initial stations on the Pink Line on both ends.
Q. Which is the most popular station on the Pink Line metro in Delhi?
A. Some of the most popular stations on the Pink Line are Hazrat Nizamuddin, Welcome, INA, Sarojini Nagar, Netaji Subhash Place, and Rajouri Garden.
Q. Who made the Pink Line metro in Delhi?
A. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) operates all the operations of Delhi Metro.
Q. Which is the cleanest metro line in Delhi?
A. The Delhi Metro has made significant efforts to maintain cleanliness by implementing regular cleaning schedules, and waste management systems, and educating passengers about maintaining cleanliness inside the trains and stations.
Q. Which metro line is the longest in Delhi?
A. The Pink Line is the longest with 59 km and 38 stations.
Q. Where is the fastest metro in Delhi?
A. The 23 kilometers-long Airport Express Line or the Orange Line is the fastest Metro connection in India providing seamless connectivity from the New Delhi Railway Station to Dwarka Sector 21 through IGI Airport Terminal -3 and Aerocity.
Q. Which is the shortest Delhi Metro line?
A. The shortest line in Delhi Metro is the Grey Line with a distance of 5.19 km with 4 stations.
Q. What is the timing of the first train from the Pink Line in Delhi?
A. The first train departure time on the Pink Line of the Delhi Metro is 6:00 am.
Q. What is the timing of the last train from the Pink Line in Delhi?
A. The last train departure time on the Pink Line of the Delhi Metro is 11:30 pm.