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New Delhi (Urban Transport News): The Dilshad Garden – Shahid Sthal (New Bus Adda) Metro corridor is now ready for operations. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate this section today. The 9.63 km long section will connect the satellite city of Ghaziabad with the national capital. The section will be an extension of the Rithala–Dilshad Garden Red Line and will comprise of eight elevated Metro stations.
Salient Features of Corridor
Special design of the stations
Trains will be available at a peak hour frequency of six minutes and 12 seconds on the Dilshad Garden – New Bus Adda section. A total of 35 six coach trains will be used on the entire Rithala – New Bus Adda Red corridor. The total journey from Dilshad Garden to New Bus Adda will take about 16 minutes.
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