By next year, passengers taking the metro to New Delhi Railway Station won’t have to cross four clogged lanes to access the platforms. Delhi Metro is going to construct a 225-metre skywalk, which would be an extension of the foot overbridge inside the railway station, and take commuters directly to the metro station, the Airport Express Line, autorickshaw bays and parking lots.
At present, commuters coming out of the metro station and going to the Ajmeri Gate terminal have to walk a considerable distance to enter the station and then again climb an FOB to reach the platforms. For those coming out of the railway station and wanting to take the metro, the detour is even longer. And those wanting to take the airport metro have to walk even longer. Read more
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