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Delhi Metro Service

 

The Delhi Metro rail service has introduced a comfortable, air conditioned and eco-friendly services for the first time in India. Having constructed a massive network of 193 kilometres in record time, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited (DMRC) today stands out as a shining example of how a mammoth technically complex infrastructure project can be completed before time and within budgeted cost by a Government agency. The DMRC opened its first corridor between Shahdara and Tis Hazari on the of December, 2002. Apart from providing Delhites with a comfortable public transport option, the Delhi Metro is also contributing significantly towards controlling pollution as well as reducing vehicular congestion on the roads.

The Metro trains run from 6 A.M. in the morning till 11 P.M. in the night. The system map, ticket and fare information charts are displayed prominently when you enter the station.

Types of Tickets

  • Smart Card/Travel Card :
    Most convenient for the frequent commuter. Smart card can be purchased at a security deport of RS 50/- and a value of 50/- is a smart cad can be purchased at a minimum cost of Rs. 100/- and a value of A stored value card, Travel Cards can be recharged in a multiples of Rs 50/- to a maximum limit of Rs. 1000/-. Deposit of Rs 50/- payable at purchase (refundable on return of card)
    - Refundable Deposit: Rs.50 only
    - Validity: One Year from the date of purchase or one year from the date of recharge whichever is later.
    - Renewal: No extra charge
    - Facility to check balance on Card: Ticket Reading Machines at all Metro Stations.

  • Tourist Card : 
    For unlimited travel over short periods. There are two kinds of cards - 1 day and 3 day.
    - Value of 1-Day Card: Rs 150
    - Value of 3-Day Card: Rs 300
    - Refundable Deposit: Rs 50/- payable at purchase (refundable on return of card)

  • Token : 
    For a single journey only. Tokens are valid only on the day of purchase and the value depends on the destination.

Delhi Metro Route

Line 1: Dilshad Garden-Rithala (Red Line)

The distance between Dilshad Garden and Rithala is 25.15 km. There are 21 stations on this route. The metro trains run through line 1 at a frequency of four minutes.

Stations Covered : 
Dilshad Garden - Jhilmil - Mansarovar Park - Shahdara - Welcome - Seelampur - Shastri Park - Kashmere Gate - Tis Hazari - Pul Bangash - Pratap Nagar - Shastri Nagar - Inderlok - Kanhiya Nagar - Keshav Puram - Netaji Subhash Place - Kohat Enclave - Pitam Pura - Rohini East - Rohini West - Rithala

Line 2: Jahangirpuri - Huda City Centre (Yellow Line)

Line 2 operating between Jahangirpuri - Central Secretariat covers a distance of 17.36 km. There are 15 stations on this route. The trains are available on line 2 at a frequency of 8 minutes during peak hours.

Stations Covered :
Jahangirpuri - Adarsh Nagar - Azadpur - Model Town - GTB Nagar - Vishwa Vidyalaya - Vidhan Sabha - Civil Lines - Kashmere Gate - Chandni Chowk - Chawri Bazar - New Delhi Railway Station - Rajiv Chowk - Patel Chowk - Central Secretariat - Udyog Bhawan - Race Course - Jor Bagh - INA - AIIMS - Green Park - Hauz Khas - Malviya Nagar - Saket - Qutub Minar - Chhatarpur - Sultanpur - Ghitorni - Arjan Garh - Guru Dronacharya - Sikandarpur - MG Road - IFFCO Chowk - HUDA City Centre

Line 3: Noida City Centre - Dwarka Sector 21 (Blue Line)

Line 3 Operating between Noida City Centre - Dwarka Sector 21 hasacross 44 stations and covers a distance of 50.56 km.

Stations Covered :
Noida City Centre - Noida Golf Course - Botanical Garden - Noida Sector 18 - Noida Sector 16 - Noida Sector 15 - New Ashok Nagar - Mayur Vihar Extension - Mayur Vihar I - Akshardham - Yamuna Bank - Indraprastha - Pragati Maidan - Mandi House - Barakhamba - Rajiv Chowk - Ramakrishna Ashram Marg - Jhandewalan - Karol Bagh - Rajendra Place - Patel Nagar - Shadipur - Kirti Nagar - Moti Nagar - Ramesh Nagar - Rajouri Garden - Tagore Garden - Subhash Nagar - Tilak Nagar - Janakpuri East - Janakpuri West - Uttam Nagar East - Uttam Nagar West - Nawada - Dwarka Mor - Dwarka - Dwarka Sector 14 - Dwarka Sector 13 - Dwarka Sector 12 - Dwarka Sector 11 - Dwarka Sector 10 - Dwarka Sector 9 - Dwarka Sector 8 - Dwarka Sector 21

Line 4: Yamuna Bank - Vaishali (Blue Line)

Covering a distance of 6.25kms, Line 4 operates across 8 stations

Stations Covered :
Yamuna Bank - Laxmi Nagar - Nirman Vihar - Preet Vihar - Karkarduma - Anand Vihar - Kaushambi - Vaishali

Line 5: Inderlok-Mundka (Green Line)

The total distance covered on line 5 is approximately 13.7 km and has across 14 stations.

Stations Covered :
Interlok - Ashok Park Main - Punjabi Bagh - Shivaji Park - Madipur - Paschim Vihar East - Paschim Vihar West - Peeragarhi - Udyog Nagar - Surajmal Stadium - Nangloi - Nangloi Railway Station - Rajdhani Park - Mundka

Line 6: Central Secretariat - Badarpur (Violet Line)

The 6th Line running from Central Secretariat to Badarpur covers a total distance of 20.6 km that includes 16 important stations.

Stations Covered :
Mandi House - Janpath - Central Secretariat - Khan Market - Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium - Jangpura - Lajpat Nagar - Moolchand - Kailash Colony - Nehru Place - Kalkaji Mandir - Govindpuri - Okhla - Jasola Apollo - Sarita Vihar - Mohan Estate - Tughlakabad - Badarpur

Line 7: Airport Express-Dwarka Sector 21 (Orange Line)

The Delhi Airport Metro Express on Line 7 runs from New Delhi Metro Station to Dwarka Sector 21, linking the Indira Gandhi International Airport to a total distance of 22.7 km.

Stations Covered: 
New Delhi Station - Shivaji Stadium - Dhaula Kuan - Delhi Aerocity - Airport - Dwarka Sector 21 

DMRC Helpline

Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd.,
Metro Bhawan, Fire Brigade Lane, Barakhamba Road,
New Delhi - 110001, India
Board No. : 011-23417910/12
Fax No. : 011-23417921
DMRC Helpline number 155370, 011-22561231
E-mail : Contact Now

Delhi Metro Route Map

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delhi metro route


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