Delhi Metro Magenta Line Route Map

The Magenta Line is a metro line of the Delhi Metro, a rapid transit system in Delhi, India. It consists of 25 active stations of all Delhi Metro network and operated by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC). Explore Magenta 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

Magenta Line Metro Stations List 2024InterchangeLayout
Janakpuri West🚆️
Dabri Mor Janakpuri South🚇️
Sadar Bazar Cantonment🚆️
Terminal 1 IGI Airport🚇️
Shankar Vihar🚆️
Vasant Vihar🚇️🅿️
R.K. Puram🚇️
Hauz Khas🚇️🅿️
Panchsheel Park🚇️
Chirag Delhi🚇️
Greater Kailash🚇️
Nehru Enclave🚇️
Kalkaji Mandir🚆️🅿️
Okhla NSIC🚆️
Sukhdev Vihar🚆️
Jamia Milia Islamiya🚆️🅿️
Okhla Vihar🚆️
Jasola Vihar Shaheen Bagh🚆️🅿️
Kalindi Kunj🚆️🅿️
Okhla Bird Sanctuary🚆️🅿️
Botanical Garden🚆️🅿️

List of Under construction/Purposed metro stations on Magenta line in 2024
◉ RK Ashram Marg
◉ Nabi Kareem
◉ Sadar Bazar
◉ PulBangash
◉ Ghanta Ghar
◉ Derawal Nagar
◉ Ashok Vihar
◉ Azadpur
◉ Majlis Park
◉ Bhalswa Lake
◉ Prashant Vihar
◉ Pitampura North
◉ Prashant Vihar
◉ Pitampura
◉ Deepali Chowk
◉ Pushpanjali
◉ West Enclave
◉ Mangolpuri
◉ Peeragarhi
◉ Paschim Vihar
◉ Keshopur
◉ Krishna Park Extension

Delhi Metro Magenta Line Details

Line colorLine color is for indication purpose only.
Length of linePhysical length (distance between start and end) of Magenta line.
34 KM
Active stationsActive and functional stations count of Magenta Line.
25 stations
Inactive stationsCount of proposed or under-construction stations for Magenta line extension.
22 stations
Terminal stationsStart and End Stations of Magenta Line
Janakpuri WestBotanical Garden
InterchangeNo. of lines connected or interchange count on Magenta line.
4 Interchange Stations - Janakpuri West, Hauz Khas, Kalkaji Mandir, Botanical Garden,

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Interesting facts about Delhi Metro Magenta line

  • The Magenta Line is the first new line of the Third Phase of the Delhi Metro.
  • Magenta Line is the first driverless metro in India.
  • The 10 Stations are elevated and the rest 15 Stations are underground on the Magenta Line.
  • Janakpuri West metro station on the line contains India's tallest escalator with a vertical height of 15.6 meters.
  • The Hauz Khas metro station on this line is the deepest Metro station in India at a depth of 29 meters.
  • The security of the Magenta line is handled by Central Industrial Security Force.
  • Delhi Metro currently has parking facilities at 8 metro stations on the Magenta line
  • The line got inaugurated in two stages, the first section was opened to the public on 25 December 2017 and the second stage opened to the public on 29 May 2018.
  • Shankar Vihar metro station on the line is unique as it is the only station on the network where free movement of civilians is restricted by the military, as it falls in the Delhi Cantonment area and according to DMRC officials " located right in the heart of the defense zone, it thus will cater primarily to defense personnel".

Delhi Metro News & Updates 2024

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.
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.
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.
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.
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 Magenta Line Route FAQs:

𝒜. The Delhi Metro Magenta line has total 25 stations which includes elevated, overground, and underground stations.

𝒜. The Delhi Metro Magenta line has 4 interchange stations those are connected with other lines of the metro. The name of interchange stations are: Janakpuri West, Hauz Khas, Kalkaji Mandir, Botanical Garden, .

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

𝒜. The length of Delhi Metro Magenta Line is 34 KM, and it's terminal stations are Janakpuri West & Botanical Garden.

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