Metro will be flagged off by Union Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. On October 4 on the grayline. This journey between Dwarka to Najafgarh, travelers will be able to travel from five in the evening
Dwarka station will be the interchange station with the Blue Line. Passengers of Dwarka Sector 21 Airport will be able to change the metro for Noida. It is being said that there will be a total of three metro stations on the grayline, Dwarka, Nangli, and Najafgarh.
Let me tell you that after three years, the Gray Line Corridor was prepared. The construction of this gray line corridor was to be completed in the year 2016 but due to land disputes, it took almost three years to build.
With the gray line, the path of NCR people will be easy. If the Metro starts on this line, besides Najafgarh, there will be a lot of travel for passengers between several parts of Delhi and many cities of NCR including Noida, Ghaziabad. This gray line is the last corridor of phase three. The corridor will be constructed from Dwarka to Najafgarh for a total of 4.29 km.
It is said that the corridor is expected to be ready by December 2020. The total length of this gray line will be 5.83 kilometers.
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