First segment of Delhi Metro Phase-IV to commence operations by July 2024

Unnati More Nov 06, 2023 0

Vikas Kumar, Chief of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), announced the plans to inaugurate the first segment of Phase IV (at the Janakpuri West – R K Ashram Marg) of Delhi Metro by July 2024. This corridor will be approximately 28.92 km long and around 40% of the construction work has been completed by October 2023.

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The Chief of DMRC also announced that the corporation is actively engaged in three priority corridors spanning approximately 65.2 km with 45 stations. These corridors include – 

On the extension of the operational Magenta and Pink line –

  1. Janakpuri West – R K Ashram Marg (spanning 28.92 km)
  2. Majlis Park – Maujpur corridor (spanning 12.55 km) – the corridor is expected to open by March 2025, and
  3. Aerocity – Tughlakabad corridor (spanning 23.62 km) also known as the “Silver Line”, connecting the Violet line and Airport line.

Together, these lines are scheduled to fully operate by March 2026.

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