In the wake of revised guidelines issued today by the Govt. of NCT of Delhi; on the extension of Curfew in Delhi for the containment of Covid-19, the Delhi Metro services will be resumed for general public from 7th June 2021 with 50% seating capacity only.
Is Metro running in Delhi lockdown?
The lockdown in Delhi has been extended by a week, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced today. … Metro services that were running for a short period of time in intervals for the people who were exempted from travelling during lockdown will now be completely suspended.
Is Delhi Metro working currently?
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) will continue following strictness in Unlock-2 including social distancing, compulsory wearing of masks and other important Covid-19 guidelines. Delhi Metro trains will allow only 50 passengers per coach.
Which Delhi Metro lines are open?
“Yellow Line Update, Entry for Saket and Qutub Minar is now open. Thank you for your patience,” it posted. “Yellow Line Update, Entry for New Delhi and Chandni Chowk is now open. Thank you for your patience,” DMRC said in another tweet.
Can we travel in Delhi during lockdown?
The Delhi government has extended the lockdown till 31 May, but has relaxed some other restrictions, including modifying the list of people, who can move freely without an e-pass. As per the guidelines from the Delhi government, all self-employed people can travel but will have to show valid ID cards when asked.
Are buses running in Delhi?
The Delhi Metro and the state-run DTC and cluster buses are already running at 50% capacity. … But Delhi transport commissioner Ashish Kundra clarified that all RTOs in the Capital will remain shut during curfew period.
Why Metro is closed today in Delhi?
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) closed the entry to Saket Metro station on Tuesday afternoon due to waterlogging at the underground station after incessant rainfall in several parts of the Capital.
Does Delhi Metro run on Sundays?
Metro services on the Badarpur – Escorts Mujesar (Faridabad) section of the Delhi Metro will start from 8 AM only on Sundays, with effect from next Sunday, i.e, 13th September, 2015. Generally, the Metro services on all corridors of the Delhi Metro network begin from 6 AM in the morning on all days of the week.
How many metro stations closed today in Delhi?
On the directions of the Delhi Police, four Metro stations – Patel Chowk, Central Secretariat, Udyog Bhawan and Race Course were closed from 9 AM onwards today.
Who invented metro in India?
The First Metro in India
The idea of an underground railway system was conceived by the then Chief Miniter of West Bengal, Bidhan Chandra Roy in the 1950s. The first Kolkata Metro was run on run on 24 October 1984 between Dam Dam to Tollygunge.