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Delhi Metro’s Pink line is all set to commence its operations for public use later this week. It will cover the routes between Majlis Park to Durgabhai Deshmukh South Campus.The inspection of 20.6 km long route has been completed by the CMRS (Commissioner for Metro Rail Safety). The route will connect north and northwest part with the Southern part of Delhi by reducing travel time of the passengers. The start of the line will connect the north area with the southern areas of the city, which will ultimately reduce the travel time of the Delhilites. The route will cover 12 stations including four interchange stations, namely Netaji Subhash Place, Azadpur, Rajouri Garden, and South Campus.
Delhi metro pink line will cross Dhaula Kuan at a height of about 23.6 metres to reach its destination South Campus from Majlis Park.Once the line is fully operational,it is planned to connect all the six lines of DMRC. It will also lower passenger traffic from the 10 accessible interchange stations including Rajiv Chowk. It is one of the crowded metro stations of country capital.
Currently operational section will connect with Red line (Rithala to Dilshad garden) at Netaji Subhash Place, yellow line (Samaipur Badli to HUDA city centre) at Azadpur, airport line at Dhaula Kuan, and Blue line (Dwarka sector 21 to Noida) at Rajouri garden. By June, it is expected that the South Campus station will be operational as an interchange station.