Delhi Metro Phase IV: In five years, reaching far-flung areas of the national capital to get easier! Once, the Delhi government and the Centre approve Phase IV project of Delhi Metro, it will take five years for the 104 km of tracks to come up, reducing the journey time across the city.
Also, with with the new interchange points, the Delhi Metro network will give commuters more options to avoid lengthy detours. The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has been asked by Delhi government to relook at the project costs and seek fresh board approval.
According to a TOI report, the DMRC board is expected to meet this week. Here are the six proposed corridors of Delhi Metro’s Phase IV project, that will make sure that the remotest parts of the national capital have connectivity: Read More
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