Blue Line, Pink Line of Delhi Metro resume companies after 171-day Covid hiatus


New Delhi, September 9

Delhi Metro’s Blue Line and Pink Line resumed companies with curtailed operation timings on Wednesday after being closed for 171 days because of the COVID-19 pandemic, officers stated.

Trains are to function in batches of four-hour every from 7-11 am within the morning and 4-Eight PM within the night within the first stage.

“The Blue and Pink lines resumed services today. Slowly and steadily, Delhi Metro will be back to take you places! #MetroBackOnTrack,” the DMRC tweeted.

On Monday, the Delhi Metro had resumed companies with curtailed operation of the Yellow Line, because the closure of the city transporter on March 22.

The Ministry of Home Affairs had lately issued pointers permitting the Delhi Metro to renew operations in a graded method, following which the DMRC had stated it could be carried out in three phases from September 7-12.

Under stage one, Yellow Line or Line 2 and Rapid Metro have been made operational with restricted service hours — 7-11 am and 4-Eight pm.

While practically 15,500 passengers availed the Yellow Line and Rapid Metro mixed on Monday, the figures stood at practically 17,600 on Tuesday.

Metro companies in Delhi-NCR was closed since March 22 because of the pandemic.

The DMRC has appealed to folks to make use of the fast transport provided that urgently wanted. PTI



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