New Delhi: On the first weekday after resuming its full operations, the train movement was affected on the Yellow Line on Monday. The services were affected due to the technical reasons.
The Delhi metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) informed the commuters that train services between Samaypur Badli and HUDA City Centre stations will be affected due to track repair work.
DMRC tweeted, “Delay in services between Rajiv Chowk and Vishwavidyalaya due to track repair work between Rajiv Chowk and New Delhi stations.”
The services became normal afterwards. “There is normal train service between Rajiv Chowk and HUDA City Centre stations. This is being necessitated in view of the track repair work being undertaken on a portion between Rajiv Chowk and New Delhi section of Up line (going towards Samaypur Badli),” a DMRC statement read.
Monday was the first working day when the whole network of Delhi metro was operational. DMRC planned to make 4,500 train trips from Monday, expecting a surge in ridership. Nearly 1.5 lakh people took a ride on the Metro on Saturday.