Delhi Metro witnesses enormous jump in ridership with launching of Blue Line on Wednesday | Noida News


NEW DELHI: The reopening of Delhi Metro’s busiest corridor Blue Line (Dwarka-Vaishali/Noida Electronic City) led to a huge leap in the community’s ridership on Wednesday. Even though a total of 17,600 passengers had hauled Delhi Metro on Tuesday, when just the Yellow Line (Samaypur Badli-HUDA City Centre) and also Gurugram’s Quick Metro were usable, the figure attained 33,300 only between seven am and also 11 am on Wednesday.
Aside from the Blue Line, that the Pink Line (Majlis Park-Shiv Vihar), which largely runs parallel to the town’s Ring Road was also reopened on Wednesday as well because of this, commuters had longer travel choices with nine interchange facilities out there.

“Together with the services on several Lines from now (Blue, Yellow and Pink Lines), the entire ridership was roughly 33,300 at the morning hours of seven am to 11 am,” said Anuj Dayal, executive manager (corporate communications), Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC). Though Blue Line has been Delhi Metro’s busiest corridor before solutions closed down from March 22, it had been the Yellow Line which saw the maximum ridership of 21,900 on Wednesday morning. Ridership amount of Blue Line at the morning was 9,600 and Pink Line 1,800. The entire ridership figure for Wednesday, for example, day service hours of 4 pm to 8 pm are anticipated.
“The true utilisation of a Metro system is represented in the amount of journeys completed by a passenger in finishing their trip by employing a couple of lines (line utilisation) rather than by ridership independently,” Dayal said, including this to reflect the legitimate utilisation of Delhi Metro’s community by passengers, DMRC will revert into line utilisation (passenger journeys) figures following September 12, when each of the corridors will be available for a service interval extending from 6 am to 11 pm.
The Blue and Yellow Lines, Delhi Metro’s third and second earliest corridors, accounts for 60percent of the system’s ridership. Included in this rated resumption of Delhi Metro solutions, the Yellow Line, which links north Delhi into Gurugram was opened to the general public on Monday however watched a lukewarm response from commuters. While the corridor, combined with Gurugram’s Quick Metro, listed a footfall of about 15,500 on Monday, the figure just went up marginally 17,600 on Tuesday.
Though the Yellow Line is your north-south axis of the Delhi Metro system, Blue Line joins west Delhi not to just east Delhi but farther to Noida and Ghaziabad. Both of these arterial corridors meet in the core of the town — Rajiv Chowk. The arc-like Pink Line, which mostly runs parallel to the town’s Ring Road can be opening on Wednesday and will associate with both of these active corridors at six rebounds things.
The re-opening of both Blue and Pink Lines guaranteed the availability of nine of their present 28 interchange metro channels from Wednesday. The Pink Line supplied interchange facilities together with the Blue Line in Rajouri Garden, Mayur Vihar Phase — that I, Karkarduma and Anand Vihar metro channels and also Yellow Line in INA Delhi Haat and Azadpur metro channels. This is besides Rajiv Chowk in which Blue and Yellow Lines match and Yamuna Bank, in which the Blue Line branches off into Noida Electronic City and Vaishali. The interchange between Yellow Line and Rapid Metro is currently accessible at Sikanderpur channel in Gurugram.
On Wednesday, DMRC worked 66 trains on Blue Line performing about 478 train excursions during daytime and evening hours. The Pink Line, which works in 2 segments, watched 27 trains with roughly 228 excursions from Majlis Park into Mayur Vihar Pocket-1 and 13 trains with roughly 291 excursions from Trilok Puri-Sanjay Lake into Shiv Vihar segments of Pink on Wednesday. “The excursions will be then increased as the operational time of providers become extended on September 11 and 12 together with the introduction of different Lines in a graded way,” he explained.
Three more corridors – Red Line (Rithala-Shaheed Sthal), Green Line (Kirti Nagar/Inderlok-Bahadurgarh) and Violet Line (Kashmere Gate-Ballabhgarh) will detract from Thursday. The Magenta (Janakpuri West-Botanical Garden) and Grey Lines (Dwarka-Najafgarh) will reopen on Friday along with the Airport Express Line on Saturday. By Saturday, Delhi Metro would run from 6 am to 11 pm.
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