Delhi Metro To Become 4th Largest Metro In The World By Adding 120 Kms To Their Route In 2018
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Starting March 2018, Delhi Metro will be going all out with 120 kms added to their route, guys! This just simply means that more areas will get covered, leading to greater connectivity and convenience. With the completion of DMRC’s Phase III construction, it will be then become the 4th largest metro in the whole world! WOAH!
Dishing The Full Deets | With a network of 350 kms as compared to the usual 231 kms, this addition will be more than welcome! At the moment, the metro has 173 operational stations and is the 9th largest metro system in the world, and after completion of Phase III, it’ll become the 4th largest after Shanghai, Beijing and London! NICE!
The Noida-Greater Noida corridor will be a part of the Delhi Metro network with an interchange at the upcoming Noida Sector 52 station, helping us save SO much time!
It’s expected that the next Delhi Metro corridor to be opened will be the Kalkaji Mandir - Janakpuri West corridor of the Magenta Line, a part of which was inaugurated by Narendra Modi on Christmas day.
This corridor has already brought Noida and South Delhi closer, but when the line gets extended to Janakpuri West, the distance between Gurugram and Noida will also shrink with the availability of an interchange point at the Hauz Khas station! NICE
Good going DMRC, forever making our lives simpler!
Sourced Via The Times Of India