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Here’s everything you need to know about the Delhi Metro Grey line

Services on the grey line corridor will start for passengers at 5 pm later today

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Here's everything you need to know about the Delhi Metro Grey line

DMRC flagged off the Dwarka-Najafgarh metro line for passenger operations today. It will be known as the Greyline and will cover an overall journey of 4.2 km. Services on the corridor will start for passengers at 5 pm later today.

As per the information, the Dwarka- Najafgarh corridor will have 3 stations. With the opening of this line, the DMRC will expand to 377 km with a total of 274 stations.


“This corridor called Grey Line is a standard-gauge section and out of the 4.295 km, 2.57 km is elevated and 1.5 km underground. With the opening of this section, the Dwarka metro station is all set to emerge as an interchange facility that will connect the sub-city with the locality of Najafgarh,” said Anuj Dayal, Executive Director, Corporate Communication of the DMRC

The grey line metro will have three metro stations comprising of Dwarka, Nangli and Najafgarh. The Dwarka section will be the interchange with Blue Line.

 Other details about Delhi metro grey line

  • The peak hour frequency, as per the information, will of 7 minutes and 30 seconds. The total travel time on these three stations will be of 6 minutes and 20 seconds
  • There will be a total of 3 metros on this line and the fourth one will be planned
  • As per the information available, the line will be the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation will extend the by another 1.18 km till Dhansa Stand, which is slated for completion by December 2020.
  • The new corridor does not have platform screen doors (PSD) facility and the reason for that is a low volume of traffic assessed for the over 4.2-km corridor
  • On all the three metro stations, solar panels will be installed.

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