Delhi Metro is a high-speed railway connecting the central part of the city with the provinces. Due to continued traffic congestion, the Delhi Metro is the most comfortable form of urban transportation. The Delhi Metro is the second largest subway in India. The 6 subway lines are 189.63 kilometers long and have 142 stations, 35 of which are underground.
The yellow line or line 2 is the second line of the Delhi Metro which opens in stages after the red line. The first part opened on December 20, 2004. It is one of the longest and busiest lines in the system, and belongs to the two busiest stations (Rajiv Chowk and Kashmir Gate).
The Yellow Line is 48.8 kilometers long and has 37 stations between Samipur Badli in the north and HUDA city center in the south. Use wide (1676 mm) wiring and 25 kV AC through overhead chains on the line. The number of trains (including six or eight coaches) varies according to the time of day, but may even be less than 1 minute, and the top speed is 80 km/h.
Yellow line metro: Route, Schedule and Stations
There are 37 stations on the Yellow Line, which depart from Samaypur Badi and end at Huda City Center.
The yellow line intersects with Delhi’s red, blue and purple metro lines and the Indian Railways’ Old Delhi and New Delhi railway stations. This line is also connected to the Airport Express at New Delhi Station.
The Chawri Bazar Metro Station is the deepest station in the Delhi Metro network. It is about 30 meters (98 feet) underground and has 18 escalators.
Yellow Metro line is the 2nd longest metro line on the Delhi metro network. This line covers Delhi, northern Delhi, central and southern Delhi, and the periphery of Gurgaon.
History Of Delhi Yellow Metro line route
The following dates represent the dates when the section is open to the public, not the dates of the private inauguration.
|20 December 2004||Vishwa Vidyalaya||Kashmere Gate||4 kilometers (2.5 mi)||4|
|3 July 2005||Kashmere Gate||Central Secretariat||7 kilometers (4.3 mi)||6|
|4 February 2009||Vishwa Vidyalaya||Jahangirpuri||6.4 kilometers (4.0 mi)||5|
|21 June 2010||HUDA City Centre||Qutub Minar||14.5 kilometers (9.0 mi)||9|
|26 August 2010||Chhatarpur||–||1|
|3 September 2010||Central Secretariat||Qutub Minar||12.53 kilometers (7.79 mi)||9|
|10 November 2015||Jahangirpuri||Samaypur Badli||4.37 kilometers (2.72 mi)||3|
|Total||Samaypur Badli||HUDA City Centre||48.8 kilometers (30.3 mi)||37|
List of Metro Stations on delhi Metro Yellow Line
|2||Adarsh Nagar||आदर्श नगर|
|4||Model Town||मॉडल टाउन|
|5||GTB Nagar||गुरु तेग बहादुर नगर|
|6||Vishwa Vidyalaya||विश्व विद्यालय|
|7||Vidhan Sabha||विधान सभा|
|8||Civil Lines||सिविल लाइंस|
|9||Kashmere Gate||कश्मीरी गेट|
|10||Chandni Chowk||चाँदनी चौक|
|11||Chawri Bazar||चावड़ी बाजार|
|12||New Delhi||नई दिल्ली|
|13||Rajiv Chowk||राजीव चौक|
|14||Patel Chowk||पटेल चौक|
|15||Central Secretariat||केंद्रीय सचिवालय|
|16||Udyog Bhawan||उद्योग भवन|
|17||Race Course||रेस कोर्से|
|18||Jor Bagh||जोर बाघ|
|21||Green Park||ग्रीन पार्क|
|22||Hauz Khas||हौज़ खास|
|23||Malviya Nagar||मालवीय नगर|
|25||Qutub Minar||क़ुतुब मीनार|
|29||Arjan Garh||अर्जन गढ़|
|30||Guru Dronacharya||गुरु द्रोणाचार्य|
|32||MG Road||एम जी रोड|
|33||IFFCO Chowk||इफ्फको चौक|
|34||Huda City Centre||हुडा सिटी सेंटर|
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