Delhi Metro | DMRC opens Mundka-Bahadurgarh section of Green Line extension

It will facilitate commuters employed in industrial units along the corridor it’s also an upcoming educational hub with many universities and colleges.

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New Delhi: Now it has become most easy for commuters on Green Line as the travel time between Bahadurgarh and western part of the cities easy from 24 June. The Commission of Metro Rail Safety (CMRS) has permitted for starting a new extending line from Mundka to Bahadurgarh corridor.

It will now take only 50 min to commuters to travel from Bahadurgarh to Mundka, it’s an extension of Green Line(Inderlok/Kirti Nagar-Mundka).

The line was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he was not physically present there to flag off the operation but was available on video conference. “I congratulate the people of Haryana and Delhi on the commencement of this new section of the Delhi Metro. It is gladdening to see Bahadurgarh connected with the Delhi metro. This is the third place in Haryana, after Gurugram and Faridabad to be connected like this” twitted by Narendra Modi.

It will facilitate commuters employed in industrial units along the corridor. Bahadurgarh has a vast population of 1.7 lakh it’s also an upcoming educational hub with many universities and colleges.

DMRC third inroad in the neighboring state of Haryana as metro service is already operational in Gurgaon (yellow line) and Faridabad (violet line).

“After the opening of this corridor, the entire Inderlok-Bahadurgarh section has become 29.64-km long,” the DMRC said.

“Mundaka too has industrial units, and therefore the new corridor will facilitate to-and-fro travel for people employed there and students who have to travel from Delhi. Every alternate train from Mundka will go up to City Park in Bahadurgarh and a frequency of around eight minutes will be maintained between Mundka and City Park. The total running time between Inderlok/Kirti Nagar and City Park (Bahadurgarh) will be about 50 minutes. According to the timetable for the entire Inderlok/Kirti Nagar–City Park section, a total of 20 trains will be put into service”, a senior DMRC official said.

“I congratulate the people of Haryana and Delhi on the commencement of this new section of the Delhi Metro. It is gladdening to see Bahadurgarh connected with the Delhi metro. This is the third place in Haryana, after Gurugram and Faridabad to be connected like this”, Prime Minister Narender Modi said via Tweeter.

“I congratulate the people of Haryana and Delhi on the commencement of this new section of the Delhi Metro. It is gladdening to see Bahadurgarh connected with the Delhi metro. This is the third place in Haryana, after Gurugram and Faridabad to be connected like this”, Prime Minister Narender Modi said via Tweeter.

“Mundaka too has industrial units, and therefore the new corridor will facilitate to-and-fro travel for people employed there and students who have to travel from Delhi. Every alternate train from Mundka will go up to City Park in Bahadurgarh and a frequency of around eight minutes will be maintained between Mundka and City Park. The total running time between Inderlok/Kirti Nagar and City Park (Bahadurgarh) will be about 50 minutes. According to the timetable for the entire Inderlok/Kirti Nagar–City Park section, a total of 20 trains will be put into service”, a senior DMRC official said.

“This entirely elevated section will not only connect the national capital with Bahadurgarh but also provide connectivity to many outer Delhi areas in the western fringes of the city, such as Mundka, Ghevra, and Tikri Kalan. The elevators have been done in an eco-friendly way with terracotta tiles at all stations. The rooftops of the elevated stations have been redesigned for better aesthetics,” the DMRC said.

“With the opening of the Mundka-Bahadurgarh corridor, the span of Phase-3 network expands to nearly 98 km,” the official said.

The length of Delhi Metro network has reached 288 km with 208 stations.

Metro was in service from 4 p.m 24 June for commuters.

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