Delhi people going to get two new metro corridors soon. Union Cabinet approved the project of two metro corridors costing ₹8,399 crore. The news went into headlines on Wednesday, 13 March, 2024. These two corridors will be for Lajpat Nagar to Saket G-Block and the second one will be for Inderlok to Indraprastha. Below you will read all the details about this Delhi Metro Phase IV.

Union Cabinet Approves Two New Metro Corridors Under Delhi Metro Phase IV

As per the news, these new metro corridors have a deadline to be completed by March 2029. The total stretch of these two metro corridors will be 20.762 km. These lines will connect to the highly busy areas in the capital where people face huge rush. These two new corridors will help to bring down the travel time.

The Lajpat Nagar to Saket G-Block metro corridor will include stations like Lajpat Nagar, Andrews Ganj, Greater Kailash – 1, Chirag Delhi, Pushpa Bhawan, Saket District Centre, Pushp Vihar, and Saket G-Block. This will enhance the connectivity with South Delhi places.

On the other side, Inderlok to Indraprastha will include stations like Inderlok, Daya Basti, Sarai Rohilla, Ajmal Khan Park, Nabi Karim, New Delhi, LNJP Hospital, Delhi Gate, Delhi Sachivalaya, Indraprastha.

Union Minister Anurag Thakur has unveiled the details regarding this Delhi Metro Phase IV in the press conference and the statement you can read below.

“Today two new metro corridors have been given permission, on which 8400 crore will be spent. There will be about 8.4-kilometer metro line from Lajpat Nagar to Saket G Block. It will have eight stations. The second is from Inderlok to Indraprastha, this will be a metro line of about 12.4 kilometres. It will be completed by March 2029…,” Anurag Thakur said.

Currently, DMRC has a metro network of 427 km and 12 corridors in Delhi NCR. After these two new corridors, Delhi will get more connectivity to new places which can also reduce the travel time of Delhi people on a routine basis while traveling to their offices, etc.

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