Delhi Metro Routes

The Delhi Metro is a rapid transit system serving the city of Delhi and NCR cities of India includes Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Gurgaon, Noida, Bahadurgarh and Ballabhgarh. Currently Delhi Metro network has 229 active stations. Here you will get information about Delhi Metro such as metro lines, train starts from, train ends to, route map, top attractions in city nearby metro stations, interesting facts, fare chart, city metro news etc.

◩ Delhi Metro Lines (Terminal Stations)
  Red Line (Shaheed Sthal - Rithala)   Yellow Line (Samaypur Badli - HUDA City Centre)   Blue Main Line (Noida Electronic City - Dwarka Sec 21)   Blue Branch Line (Vaishali - Dwarka Sec 21)   Green Main Line (Inderlok - Brigadier Hoshiyar Singh)   Green Branch Line (Kirti Nagar - Ashok Park Main)   Violet Line (Kashmere Gate - Raja Nahar Singh)   Orange Line (New Delhi Railway Station - Dwarka Sec 21)   Pink Main Line (Mayur Vihar Pocket 1 - Majlis Park)   Pink Branch Line (Shiv Vihar - Trilokpuri Sanjay Lake)   Magenta Line (Janakpuri West - Botanical Garden)   Grey Line (Dwarka - Najafgarh)

Delhi Metro Fare Chart

Distance Zones (KM)Monday - SaturdaySun & National Holidays
0 - 2₹ 10₹ 10
2 - 5₹ 20₹ 10
5 - 12₹ 30₹ 20
12 - 21₹ 40₹ 30
21- 32₹ 50₹ 40
Above 32₹ 60₹ 50


Special provision for Smart Card users
  • 10% discount continues on every journey made by the passengers using Smart Card.
  • An additional 10% discount will also be given to the passengers using smart card who exit from Metro system during off peak hours, i.e.
    • Start of revenue services to 08:00 AM.
    • From 12 Noon to 05:00 PM.
    • From 09:00 PM to closing of revenue services.
  • The discount is applicable from Monday to Saturday only except National Holidays.
Tourist Card
  • Tourist Card for 1 day and 3 days validay will be available for Rs.200/- and Rs. 500/- respectively. This includes refundable security deposit of Rs. 50/-.

Interesting Facts about Delhi Metro

  • Delhi metro managed by and owned by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation a joint venture between Govt. of NCT and Govt of India.
  • Its first operation started in 2002 from Welcome station to Tis Hajari Station on red line.
  • Delhi metro is busiest and largest metro system in India with most number of stations.
  • Delhi metro serving its transit system not only to Delhi city but also NCR cities including Gurgaon, Noida, Faridabad, Ghaziabad and Bahadurgarh.
  • Currently Delhi metro has 10 active metro lines and contains almost 350 km of tracks.
  • Delhi metro has various platform system including underground, elevated and ground level.
  • Delhi metro consists of radial lines, circular line and semi-circular line.
  • Delhi metro trains runs at upto 80km/h and stops at each stations for 20 sections normally.
  • Delhi metro trains have various numbers of coaches like 4, 6 or 8 coaches, have a frequency of 1-4 minutes during peak hours and 5-10 minutes during non-peak hours.
  • Hauz Khas metro station (Pink Line), 29 metres below the ground, is the deepest station while the crossing of Pink and Orange Lines in Dhaula Kuan metro station is the highest point on the system, 23.6 km above the ground.
  • Elattuvalapil Sreedharan (an Indian civil engineer and a retired IRSE officer), first Managing Director of Delhi Metro, is popularly called the Metro Man.

Latest Metro News

The building of the Metro station to be built in the dense area of Old Delhi, Nabi Karim will be of 12 floors, parking and shopping complex will also be available above the metro station. This will be the first time that these three facilities will be found together in the same building. Not only this, it will also be an interchange of two metro lines, which will connect RK Ashram-Janakpuri Corridor and Indralok-Indraprastha Corridor.

DMRC has started the work of Phase-4 of Delhi Metro on Monday. The third new line to be built between Aerocity to Tughlakabad metro will be historic. The entire line will be 22 km long, on which a total of 15 new metro stations will be built. The work of making a U girder to be installed on a 4.2 km long elevated section of this line has started. Its 2.4 km stretch will be 'double-deck'. That is, the train and road will run together. Four new elevated metro stations will be built on this line.

This is good news for millions of people of the capital Delhi who travel by metro. DMRC is working on a common mobility card, after which debit and credit cards can also be used to travel in the metro. DMRC has started work on the central government's ambitious plan to implement the National Common Mobility Card. First of all, it will be trialled on the Airport Express Line and if everything goes well, the same system can be implemented on other lines of Metro from next year.

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