Do's & Don'ts
Do's & don'ts while traveling in Metro:
- Keep before yellow line (generally have all platform) before boarding.
- Keep gap and distance from doors to allow passengers to board the train.
- Follow instructions of Station staff at the platforms, if they ask to so.
- Take care of your loose items like Saree, Dupatta, Dhoti and Bag etc. while boarding and de-boarding the train.
- Take care of your Bag/Purse/Luggage/Mobile while traveling or waiting at metro stations.
- Inform train operator in case any passenger/article stuck between train doors by pressing Passenger Emergency Alarm button/Handle.
- Take care and keep eye on the children & infants while traveling with them.
- Do not push co-passengers while boarding or alighting.
- Do not make noise or play music openly in train and metro premise.
- Do not fight with other passengers, if there is any issue get help from metro security.
- Do not try to enter/exit when train doors are closing better late than never.
- Do not obstruct the closing of the train doors.
- Show your metro smart card or token at the entry gate for the opening of flaps.
- Show your metro smart card or drop your token in exit gate for opening of flaps.
- Use of smart card gives you 10% discount on travel fee.
- Please ensure that entry on a travel smart card is followed by a valid exit from the system. In case of mismatch penalty will be payable as per Business rule of metro department.
- Carrying token beyond exit gate is a punishable offence and attracts a fine or imprisonment.
- The refund of unused token can be returned within 60 minutes of purchase from purchasing station only.
Let’s Fight COVID-19, Together!
Follow the protocol given below for a safe ride:
- Wearing a MASK is mandatory for all passengers while in Metro premises.
- Entry at stations only after hand sanitization and thermal screening.
- Use a Smart Card for travel, which can be recharged digitally/online.
- Social distancing norms to be followed while using lifts and escalators.
- Passengers to sit on alternate seats in the train and while standing maintain appropriate distance.
- Let people alight first and then board the train, the train will stop for extra time.
- Carry all your belongings in hand or baggage during security frisking.
- Passengers having temperature or symptoms of COVID-19 will not be permitted to travel.
Metro News & Updates
This week, Delhi Metro will run trains at a frequency of half-an-hour during peak hours and one hour during off peak hours with only those exempted from the restrictions imposed under the week-long lockdown. There will also be fewer Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) and Cluster Scheme buses on the road during this week.
Delhi Metro to ply during the morning from 8 am to 10 am and evening (5 pm to 7 pm) peak hours across the network with a headway (frequency) of 30 minutes, said DMRC Services during this period can be availed only by the exempted category of people on the production of valid identity cards.
Offices, metro and bus services in Delhi operated with 50% capacity on Monday following the restrictions imposed by the AAP dispensation in view of the surge in COVID-19 cases in the national capital. The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) had on Saturday night ordered the prohibition of all types of gatherings, a reduced number of people at weddings and funerals, running of public transport at half of their seating capacity and a scaled down presence in government offices.
The operation of Jaipur Metro has also been changed with the extension of the night curfew due to Corona in the capital. Now Jaipur Metro will be able to meet till 7.30 pm. Jaipur Metro Operations will operate from 6.20 am to 7.30 pm. The last train from Badi Chaupar to Mansarovar will run at 7.30 pm and the last train from Mansarovar to Badi Chaupar will also run at 7.30 pm.
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The ball has been set rolling for Warangal to emerge as the second city in Telangana to have a metro rail after Hyderabad, with the detailed project report (DPR) that has already been prepared likely to be submitted to the State Cabinet soon. Unlike the Hyderabad Metro, Warangalâ€™s will be a Neo system and will be a combination of both At-Grade (ground level) and elevated system, covering a distance of 15.5 km with 21 stations.