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Delhi Metro to start in three phases, Yellow line will first start, get timing also fixed

Delhi Metro to start in three phases, Yellow line will first start, get timing also fixed
Metro services are to start from September 7 under Unlock 4. The Central Government has released the Standard Operation Procedure.
According to the instructions of the government, step by step metro service will be started from September 7. According to Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), initially, we will open only one line and the operating time will be from 7 am to 11 pm and 4 to 6 pm. At the same time, an entry can be done only from selected gates at major metro stations. There will be a separate gate for the exit also. Passengers will only be allowed to use smart cards and cashless/online transactions.

According to the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation, the entire metro operation will be started in three phases. The first phase will take place until 7 September. In this, a yellow line is being planned from Samaypur Badli to Huda City Center. In Phase 2, three more lines will be started on 9 September. Work will be started on the Blue Line, Pink Line, and Gurgaon Line. In Phase 3, after seeing the operation and its impact on September 10, it will be considered to start operations on the Red Line (Ghaziabad to Rithala), Bahadurgarh Line, and Faridabad Line.

Please tell that every person traveling in the metro and the station and metro rail staff will be required to wear masks. It has been told in the instructions issued by the government that only patients without symptoms will be allowed to travel in the metro. It has been said by the government that sufficient time should be provided at the stations to enable smooth boarding / deboarding to ensure social distance. Metro Rail Corporation can also resort to leaving some stations to ensure proper social distance

In the instructions issued by the government, it has been said that the metro network with more than one route should start operating trains in a phased manner from September 7 so that all the lines will be operational by September 12. It has been said by the government that the daily ferrous hours can be reduced a bit, which will be increased gradually and will become normal by 12 September. To keep the number of passengers in the station and the train under control, the trains will be extended.

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