Delhi Metro’s Blue line all set to bear main revamp after 17 years of operation


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Delhi Metro ‘s Blue Line to see main revamp

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Delhi: Delhi Metro Rail Company’s (DMRC) Blue Line (Dwarka-Vaishali/Noida Digital Metropolis) which can be its third oldest hall, is all equipped for a serious revamp quickly.

The work to renovate six of its busy stations will start first after which be expanded to different stations in a phased method.

The stations to be revamped within the first section embrace Pragati Maidan, Indraprastha, Mayur Vihar Part-I, New Ashok Nagar, Janakpuri East, and Kirti Nagar.

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This hall turned purposeful 17 years in the past in 2005.

The primary part of the Blue Line, between Barakhamba Street and Dwarka, was opened to the general public on December 31, 2005. Within the subsequent 5 years, the almost 65km-long hall expanded additional inside Dwarka sub-city in the direction of the southwest and Noida and Vaishali on the japanese aspect.
Whereas the utmost a part of the hall was accomplished as a part of Delhi Metro’s Part I and II enlargement by October 30, 2010, a comparatively smaller phase between Noida Metropolis Centre and Noida Digital Metropolis was opened on March 9, 2019.

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With a median day by day passenger rely of over 9.4 lakh final month, Blue Line is the second busiest hall of the 391 km-long Delhi Metro community. Together with Yellow Line (Samaypur Badli-Huda Metropolis Centre), it caters to 50 per cent of Delhi Metro’s complete visitors.

The Blue Line stations have confronted put on and tear after so a few years of operation, and based on DMRC, now require restoration.

The renovation work would come with portray of the station buildings, beautification of the entry and exit areas, exterior and inside growth, altering of roof sheets, fixing of defected constructions, and substitute of broken false ceilings, leaking joints, and seepage.

This restoration work is prone to wrap up in a yr and a half and is alleged to value Rs 12.7 crore.


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