New Delhi: After resuming the services on Yellow Line, the Delhi metro will start its operations on Blue Line and Pink Line on Wednesday after a gap of 171 days.
The services will be available on both the lines between 7 am and 11 am in the morning, and 4 pm and 8 pm in the evening.
The list of gates to be open at stations have been updated on the Delhi metro’s website.
The re-opening of these two Lines will ensure availability of nine of the existing 28 interchange metro stations from Wednesday. They are Rajouri Garden (Blue Line & Pink Line), INA Delhi Haat (Yellow & Pink Line), Mayur Vihar Phase – I (Blue Line & Pink Line), Karkarduma (Blue Line & Pink Line), Rajiv Chowk (Blue Line & Yellow Line), Yamuna Bank (Blue Line 3 & 4), Anand Vihar ISBT (Blue Line & Pink Line), Azadpur (Pink Line & Yellow Line), Sikanderpur (Yellow Line & Rapid Metro).
Moreover, three more lines – Red Line, Green Line and Violet Line – will open for passengers on Thursday. The schedule for services will be the same as it is on other lines. Trains will be available for 4 hours each in morning and evening.
Further, Magenta Line and Grey Line will be operational from Friday and Airport Express Line from Saturday. Hence, the entire metro network will be operational in Delhi from Saturday.