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    DMRC at its phase IV to have six metro lines to connect outer parts of Delhi to its heart

    Image caption: Shiv Vihar–Mukundpur corridor — Phase-III project of DMRC Image source: dailymail.co.uk www.dailymail.co.uk

    Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) is already connecting the dots for its fourth phase of expansion in the capital.  Phase IV, which has got in-principle approval of the Delhi government, will have six corridors, of which one will connect Phase III and Phase II lines.  Among them, the planned Janakpuri (West) to RK Ashram corridor will be a link between not only the two Phase III corridors, currently under completion, but also the Phase II Blue Line system.  This 28.92-km-long corridor will have 25 stations and will connect the two existing corridors lying parallel to the Ring Road and Outer Ring Road: Janakpuri (West) to Botanical Garden and Majlis Park to Shiv Vihar. These are being constructuted in the ongoing Phase III. In Phase IV, the Janakpuri (West) station will turn it into an interchange point. The line will go to the Majlis Park station. This will complete a ring comprising the two corridors.  Besides providing easier connectivity among the various corridors, this Phase IV line, with its nine interchange stations, will effectively link vast tracts of the city. Importantly, it will provide access to the Blue Line, which runs from Dwarka Sector 21 to Noida City Centre, with a branching off to Vaishali. Both the Centre and the Delhi governments are joint partners in the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation, which is constructing and running the metro system.

    Source: realty.economictimes.indiatimes.com


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