DELHI METRO: RULES AND GUIDELINES


Delhi Metro guideline

The Delhi Metro has finally resumed its operations from September 6, 2020. Most of the people needed this service and hence, the Delhi Metro opened after more than 5 months of coronavirus lockdown. The services are being resumed in a graded manner and the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) is taking all necessary measures to ensure safe and secure travel for people during this ongoing pandemic. Since the announcement of metro reopening came, people have to be aware about the Delhi metro rules and metro guidelines.

Since a large number of people in the national capital mainly depend on Delhi Metro for their daily travel to far off places, the DMRC has issued few Delhi metro rules and metro guidelines for the commuters to follow. The Delhi metro reopening will be done in 3 stages as stated below:

First stage: September 7 to 10

Metro services will operate in two shifts for four hours – 7 am to 11 am and 4 pm to eight pm

Yellow Line has started functioning from September 7

Metro will resume its operation on blue and pink line from September 9

Green, Red and Violet Lines are likely to begin it’s operation from September 10 onwards

Second Stage: September 11

Metro services will start operating in two shifts for 6 hours

Third stage: September 12

The Delhi Metro will start functioning just like before and service all lines between 6 am to 11 pm.

GUIDELINES TO BE FOLLOWED

Here are few metro guidelines on metro travel you should know which should be taken seriously and has to be followed:

  • Only one or two gates are going to be kept open for entry /exit of passengers at a station.
  • Passengers are advised to see the earmarked Gate number/location well beforehand from DMRC website.
  • After the thermal screening, only asymptomatic passengers are going to be allowed to travel.
  • The frequencies of trains are going to be regulated to avoid overcrowding at the station.
  • Passengers are advised to stay overtime of about 15 to half-hour for every travel.
  • Commuters are encouraged to put in and use the Aarogya Setu mobile app.
  • Use of smart cards to be encouraged, however, tokens and paper slips are often used only after sanitization.
  • There will be no metro service available in containment areas for people.
  • Passengers should travel with minimum luggage and avoid carrying metallic items
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