Here are all the stations of Delhi Metro's new Janakpuri-Kalkaji Magenta Line

The new 25.6-kilometre stretch, comprising 16 stations, will be the longest segment to be opened in the Delhi Metro’s Phase III network.

Here are all the stations of Delhi Metro's new Janakpuri-Kalkaji Magenta Line
By: ABP News Bureau
Updated: 28 May 2018 11:52 AM
New Delhi: The Delhi Metro's Magenta Line, covering the city's arterial Outer Ring Road, is touted as the 'knowledge corridor' as it connects four major universities of the National Capital Region will be inaugurated today.



The 25.6-kilometre stretch, comprising 16 stations, will be the longest segment to be opened in the Delhi Metro’s Phase III network. This will take the total length of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) network to 277 km.

The frequency will be 5 minutes and 15 seconds during peak hours through the whole section and if passenger traffic demands shorter intermediate loops with higher frequency will be introduced after studying the traffic pattern, they said.



Here are the stations –

1              Janakpuri West

2              Dabri Mor

3              Dashrath Puri

4              Palam

5              Sadar Bazaar Cantonment

6              Terminal 1 IGI Airport

7              Shankar Vihar

8              Vasant Vihar

9              Munirka

10           R.K Puram

11           IIT Delhi

12           Hauz Khas

13           Panchsheel Park

14           Chirag Delhi

15           Greater Kailash

16           Nehru Enclave

17           Kalkaji Mandir

18           Okhla NSIC

19           Sukhdev Vihar

20           Jamia Millia Islamia

21           Okhla Vihar

22           Jasola Vihar Shaheen Bagh

23           Kalindi Kunj

24           Okhla Bird Sanctuary

25           Botanical Garden

After the Magenta line fully opens, the corridor will operate with 24 trains which will gradually increase to 26 apart from the operating reserves. The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) are the institutions which will get metro connectivity with the opening of the new corridor and Jamia Milia Islamia University in south Delhi and Amity University in Noida have already got metro connectivity with the opening of the Botanical Garden Kalkaji Mandir section in December last year.

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