DMRC to begin Phase-IV construction on the highest point of Delhi metro network

The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) is preparing for a major construction milestone on the Janakpuri West to R K Ashram Corridor of Phase-IV.

DMRC to begin Phase-IV construction on the highest point of Delhi metro network

In a bid to set a new benchmark for Metro Rail construction, DMRC has prepared for a landmark construction on Delhi Metro’s highest point on a 490-meter section of Janakpuri West to R K Ashram Corridor of Phase-IV wherein the alignment crosses over Haiderpur Badli Mor Metro station of Yellow Line (Samaypur Badli – Millennium City Centre Gurugram), showcasing the engineering prowess and meticulous planning behind the expansion of the city’s rapid transit system.

The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) is preparing for a major construction milestone on the Janakpuri West to R K Ashram Corridor of Phase-IV.

This ambitious project involves work on a 490-meter section where the new alignment will cross over the Haiderpur Badli Mor Metro station on the Yellow Line (Samaypur Badli – Millennium City Centre Gurugram).

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The extant 490-meter stretch, adjacent to the existing operational Yellow Line, is very critical as the corridor reaches a height of about 28.36 meters, the highest rail level ever of the Delhi Metro in the entire network.

Construction work on this Phase IV section can only be done during nighttime shutdowns between the Samaypur Badli and Jahangirpuri sections of the operational Yellow Line. The same revision of timings may be required over the coming weekend too, to finish off the remaining work as DMRC avoids taking up such work during weekdays for larger passenger convenience.

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