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The Union Cabinet Has Approved Two New Metro Corridors in Delhi

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The Union Cabinet Has Approved Two New Metro Corridors in Delhi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Union Cabinet approved two new corridors for Delhi Metro’s Phase-IV project, enhancing connectivity in the national capital.

The project, funded by the Indian, Delhi, and international governments, aims to construct 20.762 km of corridors, including the Inderlok – Indraprastha corridor, which extends the Green Line and connects multiple lines, and the Lajpat Nagar – Saket G Block corridor, which includes eight elevated stations.

The Inderlok – Indraprastha Line will improve connectivity to Bahadurgarh, Haryana, and central and east Delhi by constructing eight new interchange stations, enhancing all operational lines of the Delhi Metro network.

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The Delhi Metro, one of the fastest-growing global networks, is set to complete the construction of four corridors as part of its fourth phase expansion, with pre-bid activities and tender document preparations underway by DMRC.

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