Delhi Metro’s Pink Line is all set to start operations at the stretch between Majlis Park- Durgabhai Deshmukh South Campus later this week.
The start of the line will connect north and northwest part of the city with the southern part of the city and reduce travel time for residents of west and north Delhi to the airport.
The section of the metro has got 12 stations including four interchange stations: Azadpur, Netaji Subhash Place, Rajouri Garden and South campus.
The trains running on the Pink line to reach the south campus from Majlis Park will cross Dhaula Kuan at a height of 23.6 metre which is as high as a seven-storeyed building.
Once fully operational, the line will connect all the six lines of DMRC. With 10 interchange stations, the line will reduce passenger traffic from the existing interchange stations, especially at Rajiv Chowk, that is one of the most crowded stations in the city.
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