New Delhi, the 3rd largest city and the Capital of India. Delhi Metro is being built and operated by the Delhi Metro Rail
Corporation Limited (DMRC). Delhi is the capital of India. Population of Delhi in 2010 was- 18000000 (18million)(approx). According
to 2001 the population of Delhi was 13782980. In 2004 this figure increased to 15,280,000. The population of Delhi is expected to rise
40% by the year 2020. Delhi population is increasing day by day. The Govt. of India decided to give facilities to the Delhi public.
In Delhi huge of traffic jams, another day of rains and water logging, people had to reached late Office, Home, Collages, Schools and any were.
Lacks of Busses and huge of people are going to his works, they travel through Busses, the busses are also very crowded running.
Transport is the lifeline for the city, as more than half of the population of Delhi depend on Metro. Before 11 years no body known the name of
Metro. But today it was a bit different. That’s the Govt. had decided to cover the Delhi Metro whole of the capital in the next ten years.
Delhi metro has changed the way the city moves. The transport system has helped to reduce population levels in the city by 630,100 tons a year.
If not for the metro in Delhi, the 1.8 million people who use it daily traveled by cars, buses or motorbikes increasing pollution.
The metro rail service in Delhi has changed the face of transportation in the City. The metro trains running from 6 A.M. in the morning till 11 P.M. in the night are available.
The Red Line was the first line of the Metro. The first Delhi Metro started in 24- December-2002. Dilshad Garden to Rithala, 21 stations between Rithala to Dilshad Garden.
This line is known as Red Line, Length of the Red Line is 25.15KM. The inauguration of the first stretch between Shahdara and Tis Hazari on December 24,2002.
The yellow line was the second line of the Metro and was the first underground line. It runs 44.36 kilometers from north to south and
connected Jahangirpuri with HUDA City Center in Guargaon. The first section between Vishwa Vidyalaya nad Kashmere Gate opened on December
20, 2004. And Keshmere Gate to Central Secretariat started on July 3, 2005 and Vishwa Vidyalaya to Jahangirpuri on February 4 – 2009.
This line is also deepest Metro station at Chawri Bazaar, situated 30 metres (98 fit) below ground level. This line stretch from Qutub Minar
to HUDDA City Center on 21 June 2010 was opened. There are 34 stations between Jahangirpuri to HUDDA City Center, and around 45 trains are
The Blue line was the third line of the Metro and the first to connect areas outside Dlehi. Partly overhed and partly underground.
It connected Dwarka Sector 21 to Noida City Center. It was started 31 December, 2005. There are 44 stations between Noida City Center to Dwarka sec 21, and the total distance between both station are 49.93 kilometers, and 59 trains are Rolling stock. Another Blue line is Yamuna Bank to Vaishali it started January 7, 2010 and the stations are 8 and the total distance between are 8.75 km.
Green line opened in 2010, the green line connects Mundka to Inderlok its running for 15.1 kilometers. An changed with the Red Line is
available at Inderlok station. An another route in the same line is Kirti Nagar to Ashok Park Main. It started August 27, 2011 and the stations are 2 and the distance between 3.32km. There are 15 trains running on this line.
The violet Line is the most recent line of the metro this line also overhead and the rest underground. This Line was started October 3, 2010.
There are 15 stations, 20.04km distance and 29 trains are running daily. The Violet Line connect with Central Secretariat to Badarpur.
The Airport Express Line runs New Delhi Railway Station to Dwarka Sector 21, link with Indira Gandhi International Airport. It started February 23, 2011, and the stations are 6, 22.7km distance between these stations, and 8 trains Rolling stock.
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