Days in the track of continuous operation in a staged way over the national capital, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) began running trains at standard timings (6am to 11pm). The metro administrations were closed on March 22, given the Covid-19 outbreak.
On Friday, the Delhi Metro recorded an all-out ridership of 1,28,886 (till 7.30 pm). The Magenta Line took into account 6,953 travelers, and Gray Line to 514 travelers. The ridership on the Yellow Line (Huda City Center to Samaypur Badli) was 41,689, while it was 38,623 on the Blue Line (Dwarka Sector-21 to Vaishali/Noida Electronic Center). Pink Line (Majlis Park to Shiv Vihar) got 8,678 travelers and Red Line 15,485 travelers.
On Sundays (beginning from September 20), the services will start at 8 am from all such segments, which had this training smart before the lockdown.
Nonetheless, DMRC included that the metro tasks would begin at 6 am on Sunday- – September 13, as an aspect of the reviewed opening.
The DMRC continued its administrations on September 7 of every stage, a quick way. The continuous opening will be finished on Saturday with the resuming of the Airport Express line.
The Ministry of Home Affairs had, as of late, given rules permitting the Delhi Metro to continue activities in a reviewed way, following which the DMRC had said it would be done in three phases from September 7-12.
To evade the enormous group in the metro and at the stations, DMRC Managing Director Mangu Singh has engaged the people to forgo during top hours.