Delhi Metro services at Yellow-line to be partially halted on 19 December, says DMRC

Delhi Metro has announced a partial halt in its services on 19 December. Citing the maintenance work DMRC says that the services between Rajiv Chowk and Vishwavidyalaya section of Yellow Line will be run on single-line. Trains will be available from Vishwavidyalaya to Central Secretariat with a frequency of 8-18 minutes on Saturday, DRMC adds.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Dec 18, 2020 18:14 IST
Delhi Metro services at Yellow-line to be partially halted on 19 December, says DMRC
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Delhi Metro rail services on 19th December to be partially halted on Saturday. The decision is taken in view of the maintenance work on Up-Line in the given section. According to the DMRC to undertake track maintenance work, train services between Rajiv Chowk and Vishwavidyalaya section of Yellow Line will be run on single-line after 11 PM till the end of revenue services on 19 Dec 2020 and from start of Revenue services till 9 AM on 20 Dec 2020, DMRC writes. 

Trains will be available from Vishwavidyalaya to Central Secretariat section with a frequency of 8-18 minutes during the given period. To undertake track maintenance work, train services between Rajiv Chowk and Vishwavidyalaya section of Yellow Line will be run on single line after 11 PM till the end of revenue services on 19 Dec 2020 and from start of revenue services till 9 AM on 20 Dec 2020, official handle of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation writes.

Whereas, Normal train services will remain available from Samaypur Badli to Vishwavidyalaya and Central Secretariat to HUDA City Centre sections during the said period. The frequency of the trains will remain as per routine time table in the above sections.

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