DMRC Grey Line Services will start within 10-12 days

DMRC Grey Line Services will start within 10-12 days
DMRC Grey Line Services will start within 10-12 days

NEW DELHI (METRO RAIL NEWS): Services of the DMRC grey line are expected to start by the end of this month. At present, the preparations for the final round are going on. With the start of services in the next ten days, people living in the villages of Haryana and Delhi will get significant relief even beyond the Dhansa corridor. Metro services were started between Trilokpuri-Mayur Vihar (Pocket-1) on the Pink Line on 6th August 2021. Two weeks later, it has been announced to start metro operations on the grey line from Dwarka to Dhansa bus stand.

Service is available to passengers on the Grey Line between Dwarka to Najafgarh in about 4.2 km. However, the lack of metro facilities takes a long time for the passengers to reach their destination. After expanding the network, now the passengers will get the metro facility for about six kilometres of the grey line via the blue line.

According to the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), the security commissioner has also taken stock of this part after the trial to start metro services. Metro is expected to be available to the commuters by the end of August after the formality’s completion. There are many rural areas close to the grey line. Keeping this in mind, the Dhansa Bus Stand metro station has also been beautified. Tradition and culture have been presented differently, so travellers can feel a sense of belonging while travelling to any part of Delhi.

Pink Line will be driverless by October 

Due to the signalling works on the Pink Line Metro, the timing of Metro operation has been changed during morning and night. After the commencement of Metro services between Trilokpuri, Sanjay Lake-Mayur Vihar (Pocket-1), preparations make it driverless. Along with signalling, necessary changes are also being done from the point of view of driverless. 

It is believed that after the normalization of metro services from 11th September 2021, there will be a trial to make the Pink Line Metro driverless. It is expected to be driverless by October 2021. Keeping this in mind, until 10th September 2021, Metro operations from Majlis Park and Shiv Vihar are completed half an hour later than the scheduled time, i.e., 6:30 AM. At night, the timing of the metro has also been changed from 11 AM to 10 PM. 

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