Written by Sharangee Dutta | Edited by Poulomi Ghosh, Hindustan Occasions, New Delhi
Delhi metro trains might be out there at a frequency of quarter-hour on Yellow and Blue Line on January 15 and 16 owing to the continued weekend curfew in place and as per the rules by the Delhi Catastrophe Administration Authority (DDMA).
In a press release posted on Fb and Twitter on Friday, the Delhi Metro Rail Company (DMRC) reiterated the knowledge as one other weekend begins from tomorrow.
It stated that barring the Yellow and Blue Strains, metro trains will function at a frequency of 20 minutes on all different strains through the weekend curfew. On weekdays – Monday to Friday, Delhi metro trains throughout strains will “proceed to stay out there as regular” in accordance with the extant tips.
The DMRC identified within the assertion that the DDMA has permitted 100% sitting capability in metro trains, with none standing passenger.
“Due to this fact, entry to the trains and stations shall proceed to stay extremely restrictive as solely restricted variety of passengers (50 solely) per coach are allowed,” the assertion added.
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The DMRC advised commuters to journey “provided that completely important” and in addition to maintain further time in hand throughout commuting with a view to avert lengthy queues exterior metro stations.
Delhi on Friday reported a marginal dip in single-day Covid-19 circumstances after 24,383 individuals examined constructive for the virus. The figures had been 15.5% decrease than Thursday’s 28,867, which was the most important single-day soar within the nationwide capital for the reason that second wave peak in April final 12 months.
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