Metro Phase 4: The country’s first metro ring corridor will be ready after Pink Line expansion

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Expansion

In Phase 4, the construction of Metro’s only ring corridor in the country is progressing at a rapid pace. About 33 percent of construction is complete on all three corridors. First, the metro service will start in 2025 in a radius of 12.55 kilometers between Maujpur-Majlis Park.

After the extension of the Pink Line, metro facilities will become available to travelers on the Ring Corridor of approximately 70 km. This provides metro connectivity for the people living around the Ring. Metro operates driverless on all three corridors of Phase-4, equipped with new technology. A metro line is being constructed between Maujpur-Majlis Park in the extension of Pink Line.

For this, Delhi’s fifth bridge across Yamuna is also being built on Signature Bridge. With the completion of this corridor, connectivity to Ring Road will be further enhanced from major parts of East and North East Delhi. Metro construction work is also progressing rapidly on RK Ashram-Janakpuri (West) and Tughlakabad-Aerocity corridors.

Metro connectivity will increase from public places

With the start of Metro operations, passengers will have metro connections to Anand Vihar Railway Station, Anand Vihar ISBT, Nizamuddin Railway Station, South Extension, INA, Lajpat Nagar and many markets and educational institutions of Delhi. With the construction of the Ring Corridor, residents on both sides of the Ring will have access to the Metro.

Rapid metro expansion

  • After the expansion of Pink Line, Metro will start running between Maujpur-Majlis Park in Pink Line.
  • After that, the length of the Metro Ring Corridor to be constructed on the Pink Line will be 70 km.
  • At the moment, the metro runs over a distance of about 59 kilometers on the pink line.
  • According to Metro, eight stations are being prepared for the Pink Line between Majlis Park-Maujpur.
  • With the commencement of services on the new corridor, metro facilities will be available to passengers from Bhajanpura, Yamuna Vihar, Khajuri Khas, Surghat, Sonia Vihar, Jagatpur, Jhaoda Majra and Burari stations.

Currently, the metro runs between Majlis Park and Shiv Vihar on the pink line through 38 stations. After joining the Maujpur-Majlis Park corridor, this corridor will become the longest metro ring corridor in the country.

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