i-ATS will significantly reduce the dependence of Indian Metro systems on foreign vendors dealing with such technologies
As many as 12,987 smart cards were sold on September 14. Penalties were imposed on 182 passengers for causing nuisance
All lines of the Delhi Metro network, comprising 349 km and 253 Metro stations, is fully operational and restored to pre-COVID levels once again from September 12 onward.
The total ridership across nine Metro lines stood at 1,28,886 until 7:30 pm on September 11.
Ridership touched 84,841 on September 10; Magenta and Grey lines to resume operations starting September 11.
.After being closed for over five months due to the pandemic, Delhi Metro had on September 7 resumed services in a graded manner starting with the Yellow Line, with both the DMRC and commuters treading with caution amid the new normal in the rapid transport system.
The Yellow Line recorded the highest ridership at nearly 26,900 passengers followed by the Blue Line (22,600) and Pink Line (3,900)
Commuters can avail of services on these two lines from 7:00 am to 11:00 am and 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm besides the Yellow Line that commenced operations on September 7.
Besides Delhi, Metro networks also restarted operations in a graded manner in Delhi-NCR, Lucknow, Kochi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru and Ahmedabad, but remained closed in Mumbai, Nagpur, Kolkata and Jaipur.
Welcoming the resumption of the rapid transit system in the national capital, traders said its effect on commercial activities will be visible once the service becomes normal from September 12.
The Delhi Metro resumed services in a graded manner on Monday, with elaborate measures for crowd management and ensuring hygiene to check the spread of the virus.
Only Yellow Line to resume services. Don’t forget to wear masks, carry your metro card and travel with minimum luggage. Avoid carrying metallic items and avoid talking while travelling to prevent spread.
As Delhi Metro services resume on September, check out the guidelines, timings and other rules you need to follow to travel.
We detail everything that DMRC passengers need to keep in mind, right from the time they park their vehicles and enter the station, to the security check, in-train protocols and their exit at the destination. We also take a look at DMRC’s sanitisation and disinfection protocols to maintain hygiene at stations and on trains to prevent the spread of Covid
Commuters who 'wilfully' defy norms of social distancing or do not wear masks at metro stations to be named and shamed
The Maharashtra government has decided not to resume operation of metro rail services from September. Mumbai Line 1 and Maharashtra Metro operations to commence from Oct or as the state government decides further.
The SOPs for use of Metro services are expected to be issued after approval by the home ministry
The Ministry of Home Affairs Saturday issued Unlock 4 guidelines, permitting metro rail operations from September 7 in a graded manner.
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has announced a fresh set of guidelines according to which commuters can use the metro on September 7.
Further details on the metro's functioning and its usage by the general public will be shared once a detailed SOP is finalised
Limited passengers, longer travel time, contactless frisking and social distancing norms—your metro ride will never be the same, at least not in the coming months.
DMRC has proposed the development of 32,696 sq m over 11 floors of 2,972 sq m each, above the train stabling deck of Mundka depot of the Green Line near Mundka Industrial Area Metro station
The feature comes handy during COVID-19 times when a new travel protocol that calls for social distancing and contactless services needs to be adhered to
With this construction work on all three priority corridors of Phase-IV has gained pace despite severe crunch of workforce due to the ongoing pandemic
DMRC’s tenants’ businesses, including retail and commercial properties, too, have been hit. Tenants are asking for rent payments to be deferred