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*Delhi Metro Blue Line Map : Noida City Centre/ Vaishali - Dwarka Sector 21.

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The Blue Line of Delhi Metro was inaugurated by the then Prime Minister of India Dr. Manmohan Singh in December 2005. Initially the Blue Line metro route started from Dwarka-Barakhamba Road corridor.
The present-day Blue Line route was opened in 6 different phases, first being Dwarka-Barakhamba corridor, then it got extended from Dwarka-Dwarka Sec-9 in April 2006. Barakhamba-Indraprashta corridor opened up in November 2006, followed by Yamuna Bank-Noida City Centre stretch in November 2009, while the Dwarka Sec9-Dwarka Sec-21 extension opened to public in October 2010 extending the distance of Blue Line to more than 50 km. Finally in July 2011, a parallel line to Noida City Centre was made functional from Yamuna Bank to Vaishali taking the length of Blue Line corridor to 56.4 km, making it the longest route on Delhi Metro Network.

The Blue Line consists of 52 stations, with 44 metro stations on the Dwarka Sector-21 to Noida City Centre while the remaining 8 stations lie on the Yamuna Bank to Vaishali stretch.

List of Metro Stations on Blue Line

Station No.Station Name
1Noida City Centre
2Golf Course
3Botanical Garden
4Noida Sect 18
5Noida Sect 16
6Noida Sect 15
7New Ashok Nagar
8Mayur Vihar Ext
9Mayur Vihar-I
11Yamuna Bank
13Pragati Maidan
14Mandi House
16Rajiv Chowk
17RK Ashram Marg
19Karol Bagh
20Rajendra Place
21Patel Nagar
22Shadi Pur
23Kirti Nagar
24Moti Nagar
25Ramesh Nagar
26Rajouri Garden
27Tagore Garden
28Subash Nagar
29Tilak Nagar
30Janak Puri East
31Janak Puri West
32Uttam Nagar East
33Uttam Nagar West
35Dwaraka Mor
37Dwarka Sector - 14
38Dwarka Sector - 13
39Dwarka Sector - 12
40Dwarka Sector - 11
41Dwarka Sector - 10
42Dwarka Sector - 9
43Dwarka Sector - 8
44Dwarka Sector - 21

Blue Line Branch Metro Stations

Station No.Station Name
3Anand Vihar
4Karkar Duma
5Preet Vihar
6Nirman Vihar
7Laxmi Nagar
8Yamuna Bank

Last Updated on : February 13, 2019

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