Delhi Metro | DMRC updated mobile app with amazing new features

Making easy for new commuters and planning for new update as well.

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New Delhi: The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) added new features to it’s app in tandem with new corridor. The app serves an all-encompassing guide on your fingertips, information about routes, tourist place in Delhi.

DMRC app in anroid mobile phone
DMRC app in anroid mobile phone.(Source: techotv)

The app will be beneficial for those who are visiting Delhi for the first time as the app have all the details about all six lines that are currently functional, 250 stations and interchanging points. Commuters will be able to plan their travels using the app with the trip planner feature that will show which Metro to board, where to change and time to reach a station. It also facilitates smart card users who can recharge their metro cards using the app.

“The Metro now runs through 390 kilometers, having 250 stations on its route. It is difficult to remember all the routes with so much of expansion going. Hence, we have updated the app, bringing everything on fingertips,” said a senior Metro official.

“The Metro now runs through 390 kilometers, having 250 stations on its route. It is difficult to remember all the routes with so much of expansion going. Hence, we have updated the app, bringing everything on fingertips,” said a senior Metro official.

The best feature added to the app is providing information to the commuters about the nearest metro station, with this people can easily find nearest metro station closest to their location within 4.5kms.  The app also has details of historical places, famous tourist destinations, shopping centers in Delhi, acting as a tourist guide for the user.

The DMRC is planning to bring in a list of restaurants, hotels etc in it’s next update. The app is available on the website of the rail corporation and Google Play and Apple store.

The DMRC, recently, introduced the Janakpuri West to Kalkaji Mandir section of the Magenta line, which is the longest stretch opened so far in Metro’s Phase 3. The 24.82 km long section has 16 stations, including interchange point at Hauz Khas (with Yellow Line) and Janakpuri West (with Blue Line) and is part of the Magenta Line from Janakpuri West to Botanical Garden.

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