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Delhi – Daily Travellers Solution: Delhi Metro is going to reopen from September 7 after lockdown

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Delhi – Daily Travellers Solution: Delhi Metro is going to reopen from September 7 after lockdown

We all office employees and daily travelers getting frustrated due to traveling issue in Delhi, Now the central Government started the metro services all over the country from September 7th. Which is important as our daily life is facing many problems while going offices.

From September 7, Delhi Metro services are going to resume. The Central Government stared rail service of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) in the with all the safety protocols required to fight with COVID-19 pandemic.

 

The Delhi Metro operations were shut for more than five months. It has been closed from March 22 when the Janata Curfew (Lockdown) was imposed during coronavirus pandemic.

Firstly, the security personnel were also taking their positions and checking their machines. Secondly, the DMRC cleaning the coaches of the metro rails at Rajiv Chowk station safety concern of general public.

 

“The Delhi Metro services will be resumed from September 7th in three stages with the Yellow Line or Line 2 which connecting Samayapur Badli in Delhi to HUDA City Centre in Gurgaon and also Rapid Metro comes in operational on September 7.” the DMRC said in a statement.

Containment Zone stations still are closed that’s why, trains will not stop at stations which are falling in containment zone and such stations will remain closed for public. Similarly, some of the stations may be skipped if social distancing is not figured by the passengers, the DMRC said.

It comes in operation when the union home ministry announced the Unlock 4.0 phase and allowed resume of metro train services in all over the country from September 7,

Wearing masks have been made mandatory for public and no tokens will be issued to passengers due to the high risk of virus spread through it, every traveller have to use their smart cards, which can be recharged through net banking, debit card, credit card and other UPI methods.

The DMRC has decided that the trains will operate in batches of 4-hour each from 7-11 am in the morning and 4-8 pm in the evening in adherence of home ministry’s guidelines.

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