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Delhi set for expanded Metro service adding 140km of train lines and 15 lakh new passengers

After the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation's (DMRC) Phase III becomes fully operational in the next two years, the Delhi Metro will provide better connectivity to faraway areas such as Badli, Bawana, Najafgarh, Bahadurgarh, Ghaziabad, Faridabad and Noida and some landmarks and important destinations like the IGI Airport domestic terminal and the Red Fort besides major city hospitals.

The Phase III project, which is the biggest of all DMRC endeavours so far, will add 140km to the existing Metro network and close to 15 lakh passengers to its daily users.


Development: The Phase III project, which is the biggest of all DMRC endeavours so far, will add 140km to the existing Metro network and close to 15 lakh passengers to its daily users


The DMRC plans to open the ITO station by this year-end. Lakhs of travellers along the congested Ring Road and Outer Ring Road will immensely benefit from the Phase III project

Once commissioned, the Delhi Metro network will expand to 330km and 234 stations, making it the seventh largest Metro network in the world.
Sanghai Metro has the largest network of 424km with an equal number of stations.

"Construction on all corridors has begun. There were some issues related to land acquisition in some areas, but the work is running on schedule. The Delhi Metro will meet its deadline of December 2016," DMRC spokesman Anuj Dayal said.

The Delhi Metro has already opened first section of Phase III between Central Secretariat and Mandi House, which is a part of the 'heritage line' leading to Kashmere Gate via Janpath, ITO, Delhi Gate and the Red Fort.

The DMRC plans to open the ITO station by this year-end. Lakhs of travellers along the congested Ring Road and Outer Ring Road will immensely benefit from the Phase III project.

Five major stations along the Ring Road-Sarai Kale Khan, Sarojini Nagar, Bhikaji Cama Place, Dhaula Kuan and Naraina-are not only expected to take the vehicular load off to a great extent, but it will also boost the ring rail network of the Indian Railways.

Similarly, residents of areas like Vasant Vihar, R.K. Puram and Munirka along the Outer Ring Road will benefit from the upcoming Metro service.

Convenience

While the 58-km-long Majlis Park–Shiv Vihar corridor will pass along the Ring Road, the 37-km Janakpuri West–Botanical Garden corridor will provide connectivity along the Outer Ring Road.
This corridor will also provide cheaper and convenient transportation to the domestic terminal of the Indira Gandhi International Airport.



"Phase III has been an engineering challenge as it involves massive underground activities. A record 28 tunnel boring machines are currently operating, unprecedented in any country. Further, 15 new interchange stations are being constructed without disrupting the passenger services at the existing Metro stations. While construction of interchange stations is the trickiest, it will help passengers save time," Dayal elaborated.

A total of seven segments are to be constructed on six corridors in the Phase III project. These segments (see map) include Majlis Park–Shiv Vihar, Janakpuri West–Botanical Garden, Central Secretariat– Kashmere Gate, Jahangirpuri– Badli, Badarpur–YMCA Chowk Faridabad, Dwarka–Najafgarh and Mundka–Bahadurgarh.
After the completion of construction on these corridors, the daily ridership of the Delhi Metro is expected to touch the 40 lakh mark.
According to the Delhi Metro, 15 new interchange stations in Phase III will reduce the travel time significantly.

These include an interchange station at Botanical Garden (Noida) - the first and the only interchange station outside Delhi. This station will provide interchange between the currently operational Line 3 (Noida City Centre–Dwarka Sector 21) and the upcoming Janakpuri West–Botanical Garden corridor.



This Metro station will connect Noida directly with important locations of South Delhi such as Nehru Place, Kalkaji, Hauz Khas, R.K. Puram and Vasant Vihar besides providing direct connectivity to the IGI Airport.
With the construction of Botanical Garden interchange station, the travelling time between Noida and Gurgaon will come down to approximately 50 minutes with interchange at Hauz Khas. At present, the journey from Huda City Centre in Gurgaon to Botanical Garden in Noida takes about one-and-a-half hours with interchange at the busy Rajiv Chowk Metro station.

Also, lakhs of people in Noida and East Delhi areas will be able to reach the Delhi airport in just 40 minutes.

DMRC promises fewer glitches and faster rides

Nearly four million passengers of the Delhi Metro network can expect faster rides and fewer technical glitches once the upcoming Phase III of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) is commissioned.
Metro trains on the new lines will run at a frequency of 90 seconds during peak hours as against the existing frequency of 150 seconds to 180 seconds per train during the same peak hours.


The CBTC is a railway signaling system that makes use of telecommunications between trains and track equipment for traffic management and infrastructure control

The Delhi Metro will also introduce an advanced signaling system called 'Communication Based Train Control' (CBTC) that will facilitate faster train movement with greater accuracy.
"Theoretically, the new signaling system allows movement of trains at a frequency of 90 seconds but, practically, the trains will run at an interval 100 to 120 seconds," a DMRC spokesperson said.
"Presently, the Delhi Metro system can run trains at peak hours at a frequency of about two-and-a-half minutes. With the CBTC technology, more train trips will be possible with the existing number of trains," he said.

The CBTC is a railway signaling system that makes use of telecommunications between trains and track equipment for traffic management and infrastructure control.

This system helps state the exact position of a train more accurately as compared to the traditional signaling systems.

This will be the first time that CBTC system will be used in India. This technology is widely used for the world's leading metro networks across Spain, Paris, Beijing and London.

A DMRC official said the frequent technical glitches on the existing Noida and Gurgaon lines were caused mainly due to high frequency of trains.

While the existing metro system was designed to run trains at a peak frequency of three minutes, they actually run at a frequency of 2.3 minutes on the Gurgaon route and 2.4 minutes on the Noida/Vaishali route. As the new system will be able to support a higher frequency, there will be fewer glitches, the official said.

New trains high on safety

By Mail Today Bureau
Swanky new trains will be most attractive feature of the upcoming Phase III project of the Delhi Metro network.
The ultra-modern trains will be driverless and promise a whole new experience altogether for commuters on the new and upcoming corridors.


The DMRC will import 20 train sets (120 coaches) from South Korea and, in the meanwhile, set up a manufacturing unit in Bangalore to produce another 66 train sets (396 coaches)


A DMRC spokesperson said that as the trains will be driverless, the new stations will have 'platform doors' similar to those on the AirportExpress Metro

Colourful interiors, improved passenger safety, increased seating space and upgraded information system are the key features of the new stock of trains that will be procured from South Korea.

The DMRC will import 20 train sets (120 coaches) from South Korea and, in the meanwhile, set up a manufacturing unit in Bangalore to produce another 66 train sets (396 coaches).

Manufactured by a consortium of Hyundai and Rotem, a six-coach train would cost about Rs 51 crore at the rate of about Rs 8.5 crore per coach.

The first set of new trains would arrive at the Mukundpur depot and will be introduced on Majlis Park-Shiv Vihar corridor (Brown line) in May 2015.

The trains will run on standard gauge. The new rolling stock will run at an average speed of 35kmph as against the average speed of 32kmph of the present stock that is already running on Metro tracks. These trains will also be 10 per cent more enery efficient.

A DMRC spokesperson said that as the trains will be driverless, the new stations will have 'platform doors' similar to those on the AirportExpress Metro.

The absence of a driver's cabin will also help accommodate 240 more commuters in a train. Driverless Metro trains are currently successfully running in Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
DMRC officials said the new coaches will be painted in bright colours such as pink, red and purple.

"The new model will have a lot of handrails and bars. The seats near the end of the coaches will have seating space for three passengers instead of the existing two seats," the spokesperson said.

By RAKESH RANJAN
PUBLISHED: 00:15 GMT, 21 September 2014 | UPDATED: 01:16 GMT, 21 September 2014

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Even as work is underway on Metro's phase III, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has proposed 103.93 km long corridor in phase IV which is likely to come up by 2022.

A Detail Project Report (DPR) for phase IV has been prepared and submitted to Delhi Government and the Union Urban Development Ministry for approval, a DMRC spokesperson said.

The corridors being proposed under this are Rithala to Narela (21.73 km), Janak Puri West to R K Ashram (28.92 km), Mukundpur to Maujpur (12.54 km), Inderlok to Indraprastha (12.58 km), Aero City to Tughlakabad (20.20 km), Lajpat Nagar to Saket G Block (7.96 km), as per the report.

The corridor will cover Rithala to Narela via Barwala and Bawana, West Janakpuri to R K Ashram via Peeragarhi Chowk, Mukundpur to Maujpur via Wazirabad and Khajuri Khas, Tughlakabad to Aerocity via Saket G Block, Mehrauli and Mahipalpur with a spur from Lajpat Nagar to Saket G Block, Inderlok to Indraprastha via Dayabasti, New Delhi Railway Station, Delhi Gate and Delhi Sachivalaya.

http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report...ase-iv-2027184
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Old October 28th, 2014, 06:46 PM   #504
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^ Delhi Metro length today - 193 km

Phase III (u/c, op in 2016) - 140 km

Phase IV (proposed, 2022) - 104 km + **more to be announced

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I think Phase IV will be lot bigger than Phase III.
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Delhi Metro ranked 2nd among 18 international metro systems

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NEW DELHI: Delhi Metro has been ranked second among 18 international Metro systems in terms of overall customer satisfaction in an online customer survey.

According to a DMRC official, in the survey conducted among the commuters of those Metro systems by Global Metro Benchmarking Groups 'NOVA' and 'CoMET', Delhi Metro along with London DLR and Bangkok were the best three performers in the 'Net Promoters Score' (NPS) category.

Under this category the survey analysed the likelihood of customers recommending the service to others on the basis of their satisfaction.

More than 41,000 respondents gave their feedback worldwide in this survey conducted online through the websites and social media links of 18 major Metros of the world from April 28th to May 25th earlier this year. The Metro systems that participated in this survey apart from Delhi Metro were Hong Kong MTR, London Underground, Metro De Madrid, Paris RATP, Metro De Sandiago, Singapore SMRT, Barcelona TMB, Brussels STIB, Bangkok BMCL, London DLR, Istanbul Ulasim, Kualalumpur Rapid PL, Metropolitano De Lisboa, Montreal STM, Newcastle Nexus, Metro Rio and Toronto TTC.

The NPS is calculated by the percentage of promoters minus the percentage of detractors (P-D = NPS).

When asked to list out the three top priority areas, the respondents from Delhi along with 17 other Metros listed as 'availability' as the most important requirement. Only New Castle and Hong Kong selected 'Reliability' as their most important area.

"Delhi Metro commuters rated reliability and crowding as the other two important priority areas," the official said.

The survey was conducted as per the 'European Norm 13816' and the areas covered were availability, accessibility, ease of use, information prior to travel, information during travel, reliability, customer care, comfort, crowding, and security.

DMRC is a member of the NOVA group of Metros which is a benchmarking community comprising of 17 metro systems (small and medium size metros) from around the world.

It provides a platform to share experiences, ideas and good practices followed by member Metro systems across the world. It also helps in evaluating the performance of Metro systems by studying their key performance indicators. The forum is co-ordinated by the Rail Transport Strategic Centre (RTSC) of Imperial College, London.

This year, DMRC hosted the NOVA Phase-17 Management Meeting in New Delhi from September 24-26. The meeting was attended by 11 NOVA member Metros including DMRC and two Indian observers' Metros (Bangalore Metro and Chennai Metro).

DMRC will be elevated to CoMET (Community of Metros) Group of Metros. The CoMET is a group of 16 of the world's largest Metros. To qualify for becoming a member of CoMET, the average ridership should be above 20 lakh and the city should be the primary city of country.
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Old November 10th, 2014, 06:36 PM   #507
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It's quite a clean city, ehy?
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Is the metro Dwlhi cheap?
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Is the metro Delhi cheap?
Es ist angemessen für indische Verhältnisse preiswert, sondern kann kostengünstig für eine deutsche sein.

(Reasonably priced by Indian / Delhi standards, but would be inexpensive for a German)

Delhi Metro fares (in rupees)

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Renaming of Delhi Metro stations - three existing stations and seven future ones - was recently announced.

http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/...cle6681340.ece
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Delhi Metro launches bicycle feeder scheme
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INDIA: Delhi Metro Rail Corp and partner Greenolution announced the launch of an expanded version of their Public Bicycle Sharing scheme on January 8. The aim is provide ‘first mile’ and ‘last mile’ connectivity for journey origin and destination points which are too far from metro stations to be walkable.

PBS is being rolled out at an initial seven stations, building on a cycle hire scheme which has been in place at Vishwavidyalya station since 2007.

Pre-registered commuters will be able to hire bicycles from self-service stands in residential areas, cycle to the nearest metro station where the bike is returned to another stand, travel by metro, and then hire a second bicycle to reach their destination. Payment is by smart card, and travel updates and details of charges are provided by SMS and e-mail
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Some recent news articles..

Delhi Metro starts work on kilometre-long tunnel

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NEW DELHI: Delhi Metro today started the construction of a kilometre-long underground tunnel near Naraina Vihar on the Ring Road Metro stretch between Mayapuri and Delhi Cantonment.

A tunnel boring machine (TBM), with a special cutter head, capable of tunnelling through soil as well as rock, has been commissioned in this regard.
"DMRC MD Mangu Singh formally inaugurated the drive at the underground site in the presence of other Metro directors, the civil contractors on this stretch," a DMRC statement said.

The tunnelling will be carried out primarily under the thickly inhabited areas of the Naval Staff Quarters, Naraina Village and Naraina Vihar at a depth of 14.3 metres, it added.
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SC asks Delhi high court to resolve Gammon-DMRC tender dispute

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The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Delhi high court to start hearing a petition filed by Gammon India Ltd which claimed it had unfairly barred from a project on the Delhi Metro’s Ghaziabad line. Gammon has claimed that its financial bid in the tender process was not considered.

The court also asked for a status quo on the Rs.665 crore project, which is being executed by a joint venture of Tata Projects Ltd and Guangdong Yuantian Engineering Co. of China, which are also parties to the case. They told the court that they had already started work, but it will remain stayed till the high court resolves the dispute.

A bench headed by justice T.S. Thakur asked the issue to be resolved by the high court so that it was not “vague and uncertain”. The high court will begin hearing the case from 25 February.
BEML rolls out 750th metro car for Delhi Metro

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Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar today rolled out the 750th metro car manufactured by BEML for the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation during his visit to the defence public sector undertaking here.

BEML is aiming at increasing the quantum of business in the defence sector and to cash in on emerging opportunities for its business in rail and metro segment and in high-end mining equipment, the company said.

On his maiden visit to BEML, Parikkar, accompanied by Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha, also witnessed equipment demonstration of BEML products like high mobility vehicle and various products of excavators, dozers and wheeled equipment.
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Considering how difficult it is to get data on the trains, I had started collating some data myself some time back and have stitched pieces of information to get a clear picture. Red line, it seems, will have 35 trains of 6-car each at the end of Phase-III. You may refer to the current and future numbers for other lines as well.

Orders of coaches placed by DMRC so far:




Current train composition:




By the end of Phase-III (additional coaches for Noida Sec 62 line have not been ordered yet):




By the end of Phase-IV (only 104 km of Delhi lines included, DPR of which was submitted to Delhi govt):




DMRC has been conservative in placing the initial orders, that's why orders for Phase-III and IV appear much less considering their route length. For Phase-II also, they had to re-order coaches many times after seeing the passenger demand.
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NOIDA - GREATER NOIDA | Metro

Greater Noida Metro work starts

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NOIDA: The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has finally kicked off the Noida-Greater Noida Metro link project, more than three months after it inked an MoU with authorities of the twin cities.

The DMRC on Friday started work on soil testing for putting the 28-km Noida-Greater Noida Metro route on track, officials told TOI.

For soil testing, sampling is being done near the site of the proposed Metro station located between Galgotia College and Pari Chowk as well as near the petrol pump of Sector Delta-1 in Greater Noida.

Soil samples are being collected from as deep as 120 feet; soil tests are important because the Metro line would be elevated and constructed on pillars, and this work will be completed within the next 15 days, the officials said.

With nearly 3,000 trees falling in the path of the Metro corridor, the Noida Metro Rail Company (NMRC) has also launched a survey to ascertain the exact number of trees, which need shifting or relocating.

The move follows DMRC's application to Gautam Budh Nagar's conservator of forest, requesting for clearances for the operation. So far an application for approval to shift 72 trees has been received by the department. Trees in the route of the track will be shifted or relocated as per norms, the officials said.

The Rs 5,500-crore route is proposed to have Sector 71 as its originating station, while the last station in Greater Noida will be Bodaki. The track will have a total 21 stations, of which some will be constructed on ground while other stations will be elevated.

Two stations at Knowledge Park-I and Sector Delta-1 in Greater Noida are planned for future expansion. It will enter Greater Noida through Knowledge Park-II and traverse Pari Chowk, Sector-Alpha 1 and 2, before terminating at depot station proposed near recreational green, Knowledge Park-IV in Greater Noida.
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Sorry couldn't find any English article.



Sector-71 will be the Interchange station of Noida-greater Noida Metro and Delhi Metro Blue line extension.
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Shouldn't this be pat of the Delhi thread? It is the same urban area.
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Noida and Greater Noida are two separate cities but part of Delhi's Metropolitan area. This metro system will be an independent metro system, not part of Delhi Metro just like the Gurgaon Rapid Metro. This is only line 1. More lines would be announced in future.
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Yeah I got that they're different municipalities. Many, many threads in this subforum is about systems that caover several cities (administrative units).
Independant as in there will be no connections and people won't be using both as part of the same trip? Seems unlikely. IMO one metropolitan area gets one thread asa base and the biggest, most active places get separation based on types of transit (e.g. seperate bus, subway and commuter rail threads). Most people looking for news on transit in the Delhi area wouldn't think to look in this thread, makes info people are interested in harder to find.
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