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Delhi Metro Green Branch Line Route Map

The Green Branch Line is a metro line of the Delhi Metro, a rapid transit system in Delhi, India. It consists of 23 active stations of all Delhi Metro network and operated by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC). Explore Green Branch Line metro route details, also stations list, route map, interchange, fares, time and distance between source and destination, and top attractions nearby etc.

Sign: 🚆 Elevated, 🚇 Underground, 🚝 At Grade, 🅿️ Parking

Green Branch Line Metro Stations List 2024InterchangeLayout
Kirti Nagar🚆️🅿️
Satguru Ram Singh Marg🚆️
Ashok Park Main🚆️
Punjabi Bagh🚆️🅿️
Punjabi Bagh West🚆️
Shivaji Park🚆️
Madipur🚆️🅿️
Paschim Vihar East🚆️🅿️
Paschim Vihar West🚆️
Peeragarhi🚆️🅿️
Udyog Nagar🚆️🅿️
Maharaja Surajmal Stadium🚆️
Nangloi🚆️🅿️
Nangloi Railway Station🚆️
Rajdhani Park🚆️
Mundka🚆️🅿️
Mundka Industrial Area🚆️
Ghevra🚆️
Tikri Kalan🚆️
Tikri Border🚆️
Pandit Shree Ram Sharma🚆️🅿️
Bahadurgarh City🚆️
Brigadier Hoshiyar Singh🚆️🅿️

Delhi Metro Green Branch Line Details

Line colorLine color is for indication purpose only.
Green Branch
Length of linePhysical length (distance between start and end) of Green Branch line.
25 KM
Active stationsActive and functional stations count of Green Branch Line.
23 stations
Inactive stationsCount of proposed or under-construction stations for Green Branch line extension.
No station
Terminal stationsStart and End Stations of Green Branch Line
Kirti NagarBrigadier Hoshiyar Singh
InterchangeNo. of lines connected or interchange count on Green Branch line.
4 Interchange Stations - Kirti Nagar, Ashok Park Main, Punjabi Bagh West, Peeragarhi,

Delhi Metro Green Branch Line Route Map 2024

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Interesting facts about Delhi Metro Green Branch line

  • Delhi Metro's Green Line is a completely elevated line.
  • This metro line runs mostly along the busy NH 9 route in North Delhi and North West Delhi, bypassing Tikri Border to enter Bahadurgarh.
  • It is the first Delhi metro line based on standard gauge. A standard gauge railway is a track that is 1,435 mm (4 ft 8½ in) wide.
  • The line was opened in two stages: the 15.1 km Inderlok – Mundka section opening on 3 April 2010, 3.5 km Kirti Nagar – Ashok Park Main branch line on 27 August 2011.
  • Delhi Metro currently has parking facilities at 10 metro stations of the Green Lines.
  • A Green Line extension, partially approved till Asaudha. Now from Bahadurgarh to Asaudha railway station section, to connect with Haryana Orbital Rail Corridor.
  • The security of the Green Line is handled by Central Industrial Security Force.

Delhi Metro News & Updates 2024

2024-03-17
To facilitate smooth movement of spectators after the conclusion of the Women's Premier League Final tonight at the Arun Jaitley Stadium, Metro service from the adjacent Delhi Gate station (on Violet Line) shall be available till 0015 hrs past midnight.
2024-03-13
The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi approved two new corridors of Delhi Metro Phase-IV project, comprising (i) 12.377 km from Indralok to Indraprastha and (ii) 8.385 km from Lajpat Nagar to Saket G Block. Consists of two volumes. The total project cost of these two corridors of Delhi Metro Phase-IV project is Rs 8,399 crore, which will be financed by the Government of India, Government of Delhi and international funding agencies.
2024-03-13
Among the two sanctioned corridors of Delhi Metro, the Lajpat Nagar-Saket G Block corridor will be completely elevated and will have a total of eight stations. The Indralok-Indraprastha corridor will have 11.349 km long underground lines and 1.028 km long elevated lines, with a total of 10 stations. These new corridors are expected to be completed in phases by March 2026.
2024-03-11
The Delhi Metro on Friday unveiled an indigenous Crew Management System (CMS) software tailored for its 1200 train operators and associated tasks. This system will eradicate the necessity for manual updates, resulting in an annual saving of five lakh paper pages.
2024-02-26
Alstom, the global leader in smart and sustainable mobility, on Sunday began production of its world-class Metropolis trainsets for Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) Phase IV. The order, signed in November 2022, aims to deliver 52 train sets, each with six coaches. The project is designed to complement three different lines of DMRC, with two lines being an extension of the existing Line 7 and Line 8, and the new Gold Line 10 connecting Aerocity to Tughlakabad, covering a total distance of 64.67 km. Decides.

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Delhi Metro Green Branch Line Route FAQs:

𝒜. The Delhi Metro Green Branch line has total 23 stations which includes elevated, overground, and underground stations.

𝒜. The Delhi Metro Green Branch line has 4 interchange stations those are connected with other lines of the metro. The name of interchange stations are: Kirti Nagar, Ashok Park Main, Punjabi Bagh West, Peeragarhi, .

𝒜. You should check the official website or offical twitter handle for this information.

𝒜. The length of Delhi Metro Green Branch Line is 25 KM, and it's terminal stations are Kirti Nagar & Brigadier Hoshiyar Singh.

Top Attractions on Delhi Metro Green Branch Line

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