Delhi Metro's Grey Line To Reach Haryana Border And Is Looking To Be Completed By This Date!
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Delhi Metro is known as the lifeline of Dilli and we totally agree with this title as commuting would’ve been an utter nightmare without it. There’s an up-and-coming line that will connect the Haryana Border and may just see completion by May 2021. Here’s what you need to know!
Coming Up Pretty Soon? | Folks, we just got wind that the Delhi Metro Grey Line, part of which was opened back in October 2019, will soon be completed. The 5.4 kms stretch, which connects Dwarka, Nangli and Najafgarh has been divided into two parts. One comprising 2.7 kms elevated area and the other of 1.5 kms underground section. And the extension from Najafgarh to Dhansa Bus Stand section will most likely be completed by May 2021.
Did you know the Grey Line is the smallest Delhi Metro corridor? Yep, the total travel time of the entire line is 6 minutes and 20 seconds. The work on this line had earlier been put on halt due to the lockdown, and it was recently resumed again with the unlocking.
Let’s hope this line is finished up ASAP and thereby making travelling smoother!
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