Delhi Metro | CMRS completes safety inspection of remaining section of Magenta Line-8

New Delhi: The Commissioner for Metro Railways Safety (CMRS) today completed safety inspection of remaining 25.6 km stretch of Magenta Line between Kalka Ji Mandir and Janakpuri (West). CMRS Sh. S.K. Pathak accompanied by Sh. Rajmal Khoiwal (Dy.CRS/S&T/NDLS), Sh. Shalabh Tyagi (Dy.CRS/ET/LKO), Sh. Rajeev Kumar (Dy.CRS/G/LKO), Sh. Uttam Prakash (Dy.CRS/Mech/LKO) and Smt. Indu Dubey (Dy.CRS/Optg./LKO). The entire inspection was completed in three days from 8th May to 10th May 2018. Here some photographs-









From December 25, last year the Metro train service has already started between the Kalkaji temple and Botanical Garden on 12.64 km route. The rest section is also based on the same technique, it is being thought that this time the green signal will be received by CMRS, and if this happens, then by the middle of this month or by the end of the month This section will also open for passenger service.



After the opening of this section, the 38.235-km new magenta line will be fully opened between Botanical Garden and Janakpuri West and it will also become the first such line of Phase-3, on which the commuter service started with full capacity.



There are total 30 metro stations on Magenta Line (Line-8) including four interchange stations. Names of stations on Magenta Line are; Janakpuri West (interconnects with Blue Line), Janakpuri C-2B, Dabri Mor, Dashrath Puri, Palam, Sadar Bazar, IGI Domestic Airport, IGI International Airport, NH-8, Shankar Vihar, Vasant Vihar, Munirka, R.K Puram, IIT, Hauz Khas (interconnects with Yellow Line), Panchsheel Park, Chirag Delhi, G.K Enclave, Nehru Place, Kalkaji (interconnects with Violet Line), Mathura Road/NH-2, Okhla Phase 3, Ishwar Nagar, Jamia Nagar, Okhla Vihar, Jasola Vihar, Kalindi Kunj, Yamuna River, Amity NOIDA and, Botanical Garden.







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