The Delhi Metro will perform a security inspection of the Mayur Vihar I-Trilokpuri Sanjay Lake part of the Pink Line on Friday, an important step earlier than the launch of practice operations alongside the stretch.
Sources advised The Indian The Press Reporter the Commissioner of Railway Security (CMRS) has agreed to hold out the inspection of the 1.5-km part from round 9.45 am on Friday.
The DMRC shall be allowed to launch business companies between these stations solely after receiving a security nod from the CMRS. The security commissioner will undertake travels on foot, by street under the elevated part, and on a practice run between the stations through the inspection, sources added.
The DMRC plans to launch practice companies between Mayur Vihar I and Trilokpuri Sanjay Lake stations by July 31. The long-awaited launch will flip the 58.6-km Pink Line, the Delhi Metro’s longest line, right into a steady hall, with out breaks.
The road stretches between Majlis Park and Shiv Vihar, touching densely populated components of west, south and east Delhi. Presently, trains function on two separate sections of this line; Majlis Park-Mayur Vihar I and Shiv Vihar-Trilokpuri.
Earlier this month, 4 Pink Line stations — Mandawali West Vinod Nagar, East Vinod Nagar Mayur Vihar Ph-II, Trilokpuri and Mayur Vihar Pocket-1 — had been saved shut for 4 days to hold out work associated to the launch.
The lacking hyperlink couldn’t be bridged for over two years attributable to land acquisition and rehabilitation points. Homes of 108 households in Trilokpuri’s Block 15 fell on the disputed 1.5 km lengthy stretch. The Metro struggled to relocate them to close by flats. Finally, a lottery was held for allotment of flats to the affected households beneath the supervision of the Delhi Excessive Courtroom.
After the 1.5-km lacking hyperlink is bridged, individuals travelling from west Delhi and south Delhi areas corresponding to Shalimar Bagh, Punjabi Bagh, Mayapuri, Delhi Cantonment, Sarojini Nagar, South Extension and Lajpat Nagar will be capable of attain the transport hub of Anand Vihar ISBT and railway station straight.
Then again, north-east and east Delhi residents staying in localities corresponding to Shiv Vihar, Maujpur, Jaffrabad, Welcome, Krishna Nagar, Karkardooma, Vinod Nagar, Mandawali and Mayur Vihar shall be in a position journey on to the Sarai Kale Khan ISBT and Nizamuddin railway station and south campus faculties of the Delhi College.
There are at present 285 metro stations throughout a community measuring 389 km, together with Noida-Higher Noida Aqua Line and Speedy Metro Gurugram, throughout Delhi and NCR cities. Metro trains are at present being allowed to function at 50 per cent seating capability to stop overcrowding and violation of social distancing norms.
“The Pink Line will additional be prolonged from Majlis Park to Maujpur in Part–IV, making it the longest single metro hall in India at roughly 70 kilometers. After completion of the Part-IV, the Pink Line can even develop into the one Ring Hall of metro within the nation,” DMRC stated in an announcement.