Delhi Metro Will Link Many Remote Areas In The Capital In The Next 5 Yrs & That’s Great News!
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All you metro travellers, we have great news in store for you. So read ahead and don’t forget to thank the Delhi Metro for all its awesome initiatives!
What’s Up? | As soon as the fourth phase of the Delhi Metro is approved, metro connectivity will reach remote areas of the city in the next five years. Isn’t that just awesome?! So basically, travelling from one part of the capital to the other will then take lesser time and effort. Perfection!
There are six new corridors coming up with regard to Phase IV of the Delhi Metro. Amongst them, the Janakpuri West-RK Ashram Marg stretch will be the longest and will connect North, North West and West Delhi. The Majlis Park-Maujpur corridor will provide a vital link between North and North East Delhi. The Inderlok-Indraprastha line will link North Delhi to central parts of the city.
Moreover, the Tughlakabad-Aerocity line will connect South Delhi and IGI Airport, while the Lajpat Nagar-Saket corridor will have seven stations with both terminal stations being interchange stations as well.
Hmm, there seems to be a lot happening in the city thanks to DMRC in terms of bringing about new corridors and making travelling easier for us. We really can’t appreciate these guys enough for their efforts. Great work, Delhi Metro!
Sourced Via The Times Of India