Delhi Metro to Extend Pink Line to Create India’s First Ring Metro

Rutuja Kedare Jun 14, 2023 0

The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has announced its plans to extend the Pink Line by 12.55 kilometers, connecting the Majlis Park station in the north to the Maujpur station in the east. This extension will make the Pink Line the first ring metro in India.

The Pink Line extension is part of DMRC’s Phase IV expansion plan, which involves constructing 65.10 kilometers of new metro lines and adding 28 new stations. The estimated cost of the Phase IV expansion plan is 35,000 INR-Crore.

The construction of the Pink Line extension, scheduled to commence in 2023 and complete by 2025, will follow the design-build method. This extension will significantly enhance Delhi’s transportation system, providing a crucial link between the north and east regions of the city. It is expected to alleviate traffic congestion and contribute to improved connectivity.

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