Five months later, metro trains rolled out in various cities

Five months later, metro trains rolled out in various cities

Metro services, which have been closed for five months due to corona, are back on track. Today, metro services resumed in Delhi, Bengaluru and Chennai with the Corona protocol. In Delhi at present, metro trains have been launched only on the yellow line, while purple trains have been launched in Bengaluru and metro services have also been launched in Chennai. In Delhi, the metro departs from Hooda City Center at 7 am towards Samajpur Badli.

In Delhi, the metro is running on a 49-kilometer yellow line from today. There are a total of 37 stations along the route, of which 20 are underground and 17 are higher. The metro train on this route will be open from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., and from 4 to 8 p.m. The metro train will run 4 hours a day and 4 hours in the evening.

From September 12, the metro service will be operational in view of all the safety standards on the remaining routes.
Only one or two entrances and exits have been opened at the metro station to control the crowds, keeping in view the order and social distance.

The DMRC has issued guidelines on travel on the metro According to the guidelines, do not travel unnecessarily on the subway He was also told not to talk to each other during the trip All passengers are asked to travel with an additional 15-30 minutes so that they can reach their destination on time. No more than 30 ml of sanitizer is allowed

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