Delhi Metro Commuters can enjoy Trilokpuri to Mayur Vihar Phase-1 Route by June 2021

The 58.6 Km Pink Line from Majlis Prak to Shiv Vihar is one of the most ambitious corridors built by DMRC

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NEW DELHI, INDIA (Metro Rail News): Delhi Metro longest corridor, Pink Line which has been functioning as two separate corridors due to a “Missing Link” in Trilokpuri will finally complete from June 2021.

The gap between Trilokpuri and Mayur Vihar Phase-1 Metro stations be connected by June, but trains were likely to start running as part of trail runs- said DMRC MD Mr. Mangu Singh

The 58.6 Km Pink Line from Majlis Prak to Shiv Vihar is one of the most ambitious corridors built by DMRC. It is also known as the “ring corridor” as it functions as an arc, connecting all the existing metro corridors.

The unavailability of land at Trilokpuri has meant that DMRC couldn’t construct connectivity from Trilokpuri to Mayur Vihar Phase-1. As a result, while one section operates from Majlis Park to Mayur Vihar Phase-1, with trains reversing back from the latter station trains coming from Shiv Vihar return from Trilokpuri.

Before this DMRC told them they complete the whole work at the end of March but due to some unexpected reasons, it will be delayed.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Pathetic state of affairs that more than 5 years lapsed making fools to millions of public, Delhi government, dmrc and courts playing fun.

  2. This gap is a permanent blot on the image of Delhi Metro and will remain so forever. They could complete work on stretches like Jama Masjit, Aeri Gate, Race Course Road and Trilokpuri is an unsurmountable hurdle for soany years now? Shows that leadership matters. Sreedharan Sir is missed.

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