Delhi Metro Guidelines Metro will run at an interval of 15 minutes on the days of Weekend Curfew i.e. on the Yellow Line ie HUDA City Center to Samaypur Badli and Blue Line ie Dwarka Sector 21 to Noida Electronic City Vaishali on Saturday and Sunday.
New Delhi, Online Desk. The weekend curfew, which began at 10 pm on Friday night, continues to curb the cases of corona virus infection and reduce its danger-effect. The 55-hour-long weekend curfew will end at 5 am on Monday. In view of this, major changes have also been made in the operation of Delhi Metro. In such a situation, if you also want to travel through Delhi Metro on the weekend curfew day i.e. Saturday as well as Sunday, then you must read this news, which will save you from trouble. Actually, in view of the low number of passengers, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has reduced the frequency of trains. According to the guidelines of DDMA, passengers will get metro in 15 to 20 minutes.
According to the guidelines of Delhi Metro, on the days of weekend curfew i.e. Saturday and Sunday, the Metro will run at an interval of 15 minutes on the Yellow Line ie HUDA City Center to Samaypur Badli and Blue Line ie Dwarka Sector 21 to Noida Electronic City, Vaishali. On all other lines, the metro will run at an interval of 20 minutes. After this, again from Monday morning to Friday, the operation of the metro will be normal.
- Delhi Metro will run at an interval of 15 to 20 minutes only on weekend curfew days, on all other days the metro will run at normal time.
- 100 percent seating is allowed in Delhi Metro, but one cannot travel standing up. In such a situation, only 50 people can travel in a metro coach.
- Masks will have to be worn during the journey.
- Along with applying masks in metro stations and premises, the rule of physical distance will have to be followed. In the absence of this, Delhi Metro will challan Rs 200.
- Delhi Metro has been running in losses continuously since last one year.
Let us inform that in March 2020, Corona virus infection had knocked at a rapid pace across the country including Delhi-NCR. Due to this, a lockdown was imposed in the entire country on 23 March. From this date, the operation of Delhi Metro also came to a complete halt. Although the operation of Delhi Metro started in September 2022 under Unlock, but by then the loss of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation had reached 1400 crores. After this, its losses have continued continuously. It is being told that Delhi Metro has gone into loss of around 4000 till now.