Delhi Metro Pink Line Map : Majlis Park to Shiv Vihar


Route Map of Majlis Park to Shiv Vihar Metro

Route Map of Mukundpur to Shiv Vihar Metro
*Route Map of Majlis Park to Shiv Vihar Metro. Disclaimer



Pink Line, the seventh line of Delhi Metro, starts from Mukundpur Depot and terminates at Shiv Vihar. The Pink Line will be the longest line of Delhi Metro and will cover the entire city in a 'U' shape after being completely constructed. The entire line will have a total length of 58.59 km. The stretch will cross all other existing lines of the Delhi Metro - red line, blue line>, green line, violet line, yellow line and Airport Express line. Apart from the metro lines, Pink Line will also be connected to the Anand Vihar Terminal and Hazrat Nizamuddin railway stations along with Anand Vihar ISBT and Sarai Kale Khan Inter State Bus Terminals.

Stations starting from Mukundpur Depot to Durgabhai Deshmukh South Campus section, which covers a stretch of over 20 km, was open to the public on 14 March, 2018. Stations from Sir Vishweshwaraiah Moti Bagh to Lajpat Nagar opened from 6 August, 2018. Stations from Trilokpuri Sanjay Lake to Shiv Vihar opened from 31 October, 2018. Stations from Vinobapuri to Mayur Vihar Pocket I will be opened to public sometime in November.

Following is the table of the stations of the pink line.

S. NoStationTypeLayout
1Mukundpur DepotInterchange (Magenta Line)At Grade
2Majlis ParkInterchange (Magenta Line)Elevated
3AzadpurInterchange (Yellow Line, Magenta Line)Underground
4Shalimar BaghNormalUnderground
5Netaji Subhash PlaceInterchange (Red Line)Underground
6ShakurpurNormalElevated
7Punjabi Bagh WestInterchange (Green Line)Elevated
8ESI HospitalNormalElevated
9Rajouri GardenInterchange (Blue Line)Elevated
10Maya PuriNormalElevated
11Nariana ViharNormalElevated
12Delhi CanttNormalElevated
13Durgabai Deshmukh South CampusInterchange (Orange Line)Elevated
14Sir Vishweshwaraiah Moti BaghNormalElevated
15Bhikaji Cama PlaceNormalUnderground
16Sarojini NagarNormalUnderground
17INAInterchange (Yellow Line)Underground
18South ExtensionNormalUnderground
19Lajpat NagarInterchange (Violet Line)Underground
20VinobapuriNormalUnderground
21AshramNormalUnderground
22Hazrat NizamuddinNormalUnderground
23Mayur Vihar - IInterchange (Blue Line)Elevated
24Mayur Vihar Pocket 1NormalElevated
25Trilok Puri Sanjay LakeNormalElevated
26Vinod Nagar EastNormalElevated
27Vinod NagarNormalElevated
28IP ExtensionNormalElevated
29Anand ViharInterchange (Blue Line)Elevated
30KarkardumaInterchange (Blue Line)Elevated
31Karkarduma CourtNormalElevated
32Krishna NagarNormalElevated
33East Azad NagarNormalElevated
34WelcomeInterchange (Red Line)Elevated
35JaffrabadNormalElevated
36MaujpurNormalElevated
37Gokul PuriNormalElevated
38Johri EnclaveNormalElevated
39Shiv ViharNormalElevated


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Last Updated on : February 11, 2019








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