Delhi Metro Blue Line: Cheer for Noida residents! Stretch from Noida Metropolis Centre to Sector 62 to open quickly


Delhi Metro Blue Line extension: Excellent news for Noida residents! By the tip of this yr, Delhi Metro connectivity in Noida is prone to get higher. The much-awaited extension of Delhi Metro’s Blue Line from Noida Metropolis Centre metro station to the town’s sector 62 is prone to be prepared by the month of December this yr. With higher connectivity, metro customers throughout the town will profit vastly as journey will turn out to be much less time consuming in addition to extra handy. Your entire stretch from Noida Sector 34 metro station to Digital Metropolis metro station is roughly 6.8-km lengthy. Additionally, your complete hall is totally elevated.

The prolonged hall of the Delhi Metro Blue Line could have six metro stations – Noida Sector 34, Noida Sector 52, Noida Sector 61, Noida Sector 59, Noida Sector 62 and Noida Digital Metropolis. All of the metro stations on this part will probably be on the central verge and the alignment will run near NH–24. Digital Metropolis, the final metro station on this hall is situated on the Noida-Ghaziabad border. For the completion of the extension challenge, earlier the deadline was September 2018. Nonetheless, a DMRC supply confirmed to Monetary Specific On-line that the hall will probably be launched by the tip of this yr.

In the meantime, two sections of Delhi Metro’s Pink Line are additionally prone to be opened by the tip of this yr. The stretch between Lajpat Nagar and Mayur Vihar-I used to be earlier anticipated to be opened by the month of November. However, later the deadline was prolonged. Now, DMRC has determined to launch this part by the year-end. The 9.7 km lengthy Lajpat Nagar-Mayur Vihar-I stretch will cowl 5 metro stations. One other stretch of Pink Line, Shiv Vihar-Trilokpuri part will even be launched by the tip of subsequent month. The 17.8 km lengthy part was earlier scheduled to be opened by this month, however because the trials weren’t accomplished on time, the commissioner of metro railway security (CMRS) couldn’t give them a inexperienced sign.



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