It's time we raise our glasses to welcome the newest metro route from Mundka to Bahadurgarh! This green line extension is here to ease out your everyday struggle and shake things up a little bit for good.

A total of seven elevated stations which includes Ghevra, Tikri Kalan, Tikri Border, City Park, Modern Industrial Estate and Bus stand will connect Bahadurgarh and Delhi.

2 hours travel reduced to just 15mins!

This metro route has not only made commutation easy for everyday travellers but it has also significantly made it economical for students studying in Delhi.

With this development by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation, students dwelling in Haryana have an easy passway to North Campus via Kashmere Gate and the South Campus through the yellow, green and blue lines.

The connectivity of all the lines gives daily up-downers a major advantage and helps them sideline all the hectic bus rides and the torture of the scorching heat.

No more traffic jams

Traffic jams in Delhi are famous and then commuting to another state with the unusual level of air pollution can really bring you down.

Thanks to this green line expansion, the number of cars on the road would go down significantly.

Sundays sorted: Many tourist attractions lie ahead

The line also offers nearby site attractions from Delhi; India Gate, Jama Masjid and many more to the goodness of Haryana, giving us best of both worlds.

Good news! Footwear industry expected to make a profit

Locals know it very well that Mundka is an industrial area mainly having industries dealing with footwear. Now with commuting made easier, the footwear industry is expected to flourish.

Who knew a single metro line can do so much good!

We can't wait for all you guys to test out the new green line expansion!

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