Date Of Post: 24 May, 2018
New Delhi: The Green Line of Delhi Metro rail, which currently links Inderlok to Mundka will be expanded to Bahadurgarh and the line is all set to open by the next month. The Mundka-Bahadurgarh corridor will link the Capital to Haryana in yet another area after Faridabad and Gurugram. The over 11 km long corridor will have 7 stations
The 7 metro stations will include:
- Mundka Industrial Area
- Tikri Kalan
- Tikri Border
- Modern Industrial Estate
- Bus Stand
- City Park
- Last year, in December – DMRC (Delhi Metro Rail Corporation) started the trials on this section.
- This section will be inspected by the CMRS (Commissioner for Metro Rail Safety) although the work of some parts of this line is still not over.
- Once CMRS gives a nod, it will be opened for public.
- DMRC is planning to invite Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar as the chief guest for the opening of this line.
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