Delhi Metro, the lifeline of the National Capital will soon have a new metro line. The newest expansion happens to be the Grey Line, which further connects Delhi Metro to the other parts of the city. Grey Line Metro is all set to be inaugurated by next week and it will surely bring about a revolutionary change.
What's the update?
For a long time now, the Grey Line has been making headlines. After a long time, it has been declared that the three station Grey Line route will open next week.
Since the Grey Line connects some vital parts of Dwarka and Najafgarh, it was a much needed development. Many of the places here are always crowded and the metro should help reduce the traffic chaos on roads.
Grey Line Metro: Length and Route
To recall, the Grey Line metro has been under construction for quite a few months now. Since the metro route has only four stations, it did not take much time to build it. With a total of four stations, the metro connects areas from Dwarka to Najafgarh. In order to interchange from the Grey Line to the Blue Line, passengers will have to change stations at Dwarka station.
Along the four station route, Grey Line metro covers a length of a little over 4 kilometers. With the inauguration of Grey Line next week, the Delhi metro will cover a total distance of more than 370 kilometers!
The constant expansion of Delhi Metro and the fact that it has made travelling within the city a breeze is nothing short of a miracle. With the new Grey Line, the idea of Delhi metro remains the same, to connect more areas of Delhi.
It seems that DMRC is really looking out for Delhiites. Their plans to connect various places in Delhi with one another is rather ambitious but it is one that will ultimately make Delhi a better place to live in.