Janakpuri to Kalindi Kunj Metro Map


Route Map of Janakpuri to Kalindi Kunj Metro

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The Janakpuri-West Metro Station and Kalindi Kunj Metro falls on Magenta Line, that was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 25th December, 2017. The Magenta Line was made operational from Botanical Garden to Kalkaji Mandir, where it connects to the Violent Line. The remaining part of the Magenta Line will most likely be made operational in April 2018, connecting Janakpuri-West to Kalindi Kunj and Botanical Garden. Magenta Line is the first metro line in India to operate driverless. There are 21 stations in between Janakpuri-West and Kalindi Kunj, while 15 stations are under ground metro stations the remaining ones are elevated on the route.

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Last Updated on : May 29, 2018





     


     

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