Dwarka to Najafgarh Metro Map

Route Map of Dwarka to Najafgarh Metro

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The working of Phase-III of Delhi Metro is in full force with the opening of Magenta Line and Pink Line in the recent months. The Dwarka-Najafgarh metro corridor which is part of the Delhi Metro Phase-III is under construction and is scheduled to be inaugurated in December 2018. The 4.4 km long metro corridor will connect the Najafgarh Metro Station to Dwarka Sec-21 Metro Station via Nangli. It will convert the Dwarka Sec-21 into an interchange hub. The Dwarka-Najafgarh corridor will form the Grey Line metro, the 4.4 km long corridor will have standard gauge railway tracks, hence, converting the Dwarka Sec-21 station into third station with multi-gauge railway tracks.

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Last Updated on: October 15, 2019



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