Delhi Metro resumes service after 169-day Covid hiatus

New Delhi, September 7

The Delhi Metro resumed providers with curtailed operation of the Yellow Line on Monday after being closed for over 5 months because of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

The Yellow Line connects Samaypur Badli in Delhi to the HUDA City Centre in Gurugram.

The Home Ministry had not too long ago issued pointers permitting metro providers within the nation to renew operations in a graded method, following which the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) stated it might be achieved in three phases from September 7-12.

Under stage one, Yellow Line or Line 2 and Rapid Metro had been made operational with restricted service hours, a DMRC official stated.

Trains will function in batches of four-hour every from 7-11 am and 4-Eight pm within the first stage, officers stated.

Metro providers within the National Capital Region had been 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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