Dwarka Sector 21-IICC metro line segment expected to be authorized by July

Situated in Dwarka Sector 25, the IICC is going to be a modern exhibition-cum-convention centre, with facilities like financial, hospitality and retail services.

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NEW DELHI (Metro Rail News): On the 28th Foundation Day of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation at Metro Bhawan on 3rd May, DMRC chief Vikas Kumar said that a 2 km long Delhi Metro line between Dwarka Sector 21 and the upcoming India International Convention Centre (IICC) is expected to be commissioned by July.

“The work on this section is in the final stage, and the new station at IICC, will have entry gates both inside and outside the complex,” he said.

Situated in Dwarka Sector 25, the IICC is going to be a modern exhibition-cum-convention centre, with facilities like financial, hospitality and retail services. Dwarka Sector-21 is the last station at the end of the long and busy Blue Line which is also an interchange point for the Airport Line.

Speaking on the development of the Delhi Metro and ongoing projects, the DMRC chief said “Work is underway on the three priority corridors of Phase-4 of DMRC, and our target is to finish it by 2025. Deliberations are going on as far as the remaining three corridors of it are concerned.”

Under the approved segment of Phase-4, 65 km of new metro lines will be constructed across three different corridors which include 45 metro stations. These new sections will provide inter-connectivity among the already operational lines of the Delhi Metro.

According to the DMRC, the Mukundpur-Maujpur, R K Ashram-Janakpuri West and Aerocity-Tughlakabad corridors were approved by the Cabinet.

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