The Blue Main Line is a metro line of the Delhi Metro, a rapid transit system in Delhi, India. It consists of 50 active stations of all Delhi Metro network and operated by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC). Explore Delhi Metro Blue Main Line route details like stations list, route map, interchange, fares, time and distance between source and destination, and top attractions nearby etc.
Sign: 🚆 Elevated, 🚇 Underground, 🚝 At Grade, 🅿️ Parking
|Under construction or proposed metro stations on Blue Main line|
|◉ Vasundhra Sector 5||☒|
|◉ Kinauni Village||☒|
|◉ Vaibhav Khand||☒|
Delhi Metro Blue Main Line Details
Line colorLine color is for indication purpose only.
|Blue Main ▣|
Length of linePhysical length (distance between start and end) of Blue Main line.
Active stationsActive and functional stations count of Blue Main Line.
Inactive stationsCount of proposed or under-construction stations for Blue Main line extension.
Terminal stationsStart and End Stations of Blue Main Line
|Noida Electronic City ⇄ Dwarka Sector 21|
InterchangeNo. of lines connected or interchange count on Blue Main line.
|12 Interchange Stations - Noida Sector 52, Botanical Garden, Mayur Vihar I, Yamuna Bank, Mandi House, Rajiv Chowk, RK Ashram Marg, Kirti Nagar, Rajouri Garden, Janakpuri West, Dwarka, Dwarka Sector 21,|
Delhi Metro Blue Main Line Route Map
Interesting facts about Delhi Metro Blue Main line
- The Blue Line was the third line of the Metro to be opened and the first to connect areas outside Delhi.
- The blue line is the longest line (by total length) of the network and consists of a Main Line (Line 3) with 50 stations.
- The first section of this line between Dwarka and Barakhamba Road was inaugurated on 31 December 2005.
- The Blue Mainline (Line 3) was the longest line of the Delhi Metro network until 6 August 2021.
- A branch of the Blue Line with a length of 6.25 kilometers (3.88 mi) was inaugurated on 8 January 2010.
- On 9 March 2019, a 6.67 km extension of the line from Noida City Centre to Noida Electronic City was opened to the public by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
- Delhi Metro currently has parking facilities at 35 metro stations of the Blue Line.
- The security of the Blue Line is handled by Central Industrial Security Force.