Delhi Metro to make a new record as it is going to run at height of an eight-storey building

This corridor will also have the highest metro station of the existing DMRC network.

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New Delhi ( Metro Rail News ) – In a recent move, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation is going to scale new heights with the upcoming Janakpuri West-RK Ashram Marg corridor of its Phase-IV project. The project is one of the key recent developments of Delhi metro. In this project, a viaduct of this corridor near Haiderpur Badli Mor will be built at 28 metres, the highest till of all till date.

This section is going to experience a lot of changes along with the building of the highest-ever station of Delhi Metro’s existing network. The proposed date for the casting of piers at this location is October 8.

The platform of Haiderpur Badli Mor, which will come up above the existing Phase-III station, will be the highest-ever at a height of 23.5 metres. At present, the Mayur Vihar Phase-I station on Pink Line is the highest at 22 metres, followed by Karkardooma at 20 metres.

The Delhi Metro with this move become the first metro to commute on such a great height. The sources say that the DMRC is going to take it an opportunity and will emphasize on it in future when it starts the construction work on the site.

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