The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) today announced new fares starting Wednesday, the first such increase after eight years. The DMRC Board approved the Fare Fixation Committee’s (FCC) recommendations today, which see the fares rising as high as 66%.
According to the revised rates, the lowest fare will be Rs 10 as against the earlier Rs 8 and maximum of Rs 50 until September.
The new rates are as follows: From 0 to 2 km, Rs 10 will be charged, from 2 to 5km Rs 15 will be charged, from 5 to 12 km, Rs 20 will be charged, 12 to 21 km will attract a fare of Rs 30, Rs 40 will be charged for 21 to 32 km and traveling beyond 32 km 12 to 21 km, Rs. 30 will be charged, 21 to 32 km, Rs. 40 will be charged, and traveling beyond 32 km will cost the passenger Rs 50. Read More…
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