Delhi Metro Rail Corp To Provide Consultancy To Tel Aviv Metro Project In Israel
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has cleared in the "pre-qualification stage" for the "invitation to bid" phase to offer consulting services for the Tel Aviv Metro project in Israel. The proposed Tel Aviv metro system will feature three corridors spanning 145 kilometers, 109 stations, and a total of 109 stations. The Delhi Metro group… read-more
Tags: DMRC, Tel Aviv Metro, Israel, Consultancy contract, Delhi Metro
Courtesy: Zee news
Delhi Metro Service Delay On Blue Lines Irked Commuters
Delhi people traveling on Blue Line connecting Vaishali and Noida with Dwarka are facing issues due to delay in services of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC.) On April 21, the DMRC official took to Twitter and said, "Delay in services between Dwarka Sector 21 and Noida Electronic City/Vaishali. Normal service on all other lines". However, the reason behind the delay has not been disclosed by the officials.
Tags: Delhi Metro, Blue Lines, DMRC, Dwarka, Vaishali, Noidaa
Courtesy: Press Trust of India
Delhi Metro Set To Expand NFC System To Pay Fare Through Mobile
To encourage cashless transactions, the Delhi Metro has planned to introduce near-field communication (NFC) system for passengers to pay for their journey through their mobile phones, using debit or credit cards. Reportedly, the service is currently available on the Airport Express line. All in all, passengers will get options such as a Smart card, National Common Mobility Card, mobile-based NFC, mobile QR code, and paper QR ticket.
Tags: Delhi Metro, NFC, Ticket, AFC, DMRC
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
Delhi Metro Launches Free WiFi At Yellow Line Metro Stations
In a step to improve the services for passengers, Delhi Metro has launched the free high-speed wifi service at Yellow line that covers 37 metro stations between Huda City Centre to Samaypur Badli on October 17. Anyone needs logging into network ID ''OUI DMARC FREE Wi-Fi'' followed by filling OTP and accepting terms conditions. Reportedly, the service will further be introduced inside Metro trains in a year's time.
Tags: Delhi Metro, wifi, Yellow Line, DMRC
Courtesy: Live Mint
Pink Line Service Of Delhi Metro Restored, Says DMRC
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) said that the disruption on the Pink Line has been normalised as before, in Delhi on October 11. The delay in service caused inconvenience to many passengers between the Mayur Vihar Pocket 1 and Shiv Vihar stations. Reportedly, the pink line between Majlis Park-Shiv Vihar corridor will be extended to Maujpur, making India's longest single metro corridor, ranging approximately 70 kilometres.
Tags: pink line, Delhi Metro, DMRC, Mayur Vihar, Shiv Vihar
Operations Resumed At Metro Stations Shut Due To Farmer's Protest: Delhi
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation on September 17 tweeted to inform that entry-exit restrictions on two metro stations nearby the Tikri Border have been revoked. The passengers are now allowed to travel. The closure of Bahadurgarh City and Pandit Shree Ram Sharma Station was imposed, due to the safety threat posed by the farmers' protest march. The March was led by Shiromani… read-more
Tags: Farmers Protest, farmer bills, DMRC, Shiromani Akali Dal, Delhi Metro
Courtesy: The Financial Express
Delhi Govt Inaugurates 'Pink Line' Metro; Longest Corridor In Region
The Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri, along with the CM Arvind Kejriwal inaugurated Delhi's Pink Line Metro on August 6 through a virtual conference. The Union Minister said, "important transport hubs, markets, residential areas across the city will now get connected benefiting lakhs of passengers." However, the pink line is considered Delhi's longest Corridor of 59 Km and the passengers can avail of the services now.
Tags: Delhi Metro, DMRC, CM Arvind Kejriwal, pink line
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Delhi Metro Introduces Multipurpose 'Delhi Metro-SBI Card' For Commuters
To promote digital transactions and help safe commute during the pandemic, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation, partnering with SBI, has launched the "Delhi Metro-SBI Card". The card can be used as a normal credit card as well as a smart card for metro travels. It offers an auto top-up facility, whenever balance goes below Rs 100. Commuters can get the card through SBI portal or kiosks installed at metro stations.
Tags: SBI, DMRC, Delhi, Delhi Metro, Delhi Metro-SBI Card
Delhi Metro Resumes Full Services, Urges Passengers to Avoid Peak Hours
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) on September 12 started running trains in full capacity with regular timings. The Metro is now operating on all routes with the pre-COVID timings: from 6 AM to 11 PM. The Metro services were shut on March 22 to prevent the spread of COVID-19. However, the DMRC asked the passengers to follow the safety guidelines, and suggested to avoid travelling in peak hours.
Tags: New Delhi, Delhi, Metro, Covid-19, DMRC
Courtesy: Hindustan Times