Parking charges at Delhi Metro Rail Corporation’s (DMRC) parking lots will get costlier from May 1. The steep increase — an increase of almost 50% — comes just months after the metro fare hike in October.
In a statement issued on Wednesday, the DMRC said the rates had been hiked after five years keeping in mind the charges levied by civic agencies in their parking lots. “Parking cars in DMRC lots will now cost Rs30 instead of the existing Rs20 for up to six hours from the coming month,” the statement read.
Commuters parking their cars beyond six hours and up to 12 hours will pay Rs 50 instead of Rs 30, and those parking beyond 12 hours will have to pay Rs 60 instead of Rs 40. The night charges — between midnight and 5am — have been revised to Rs 60 from Rs 40, the DMRC said. Read More
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