Delhi Metro Ph-4's First Stretch to Open in August; Check Details of Other Sections

The construction tasks for this section have been finished, clearing the path for the last procedures before it officially starts operating. Shortly, the authorities will seek the essential safety certifications from the Metro Rail Safety Commissioner to confirm the corridor's preparedness for passenger use.
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Delhi: Daily commuters in Delhi can look forward to some good news as the first three-kilometre section of Metro Phase 4 is set to open for travel in August. This new section, spanning from Janakpuri West to RK Ashram Marg corridor, will feature two stations, marking a significant milestone in the expansion of Delhi's metro network.
The civil works for this segment have been completed, paving the way for the final steps before its operational debut. Soon, the authorities will apply for the necessary safety certifications from the Metro Rail Safety Commissioner to ensure the corridor's readiness for passenger service.

Expansion of Phase 4

According to Anuj Dayal, spokesperson for Delhi Metro, the Janakpuri West-RK Ashram Marg corridor is part of the larger 28.9-kilometer long Phase 4 project. This stretch, connecting Janakpuri West to Krishna Park Extension, is nearing completion, with the focus now on the final stages of work and safety inspections.

Key Corridors Underway

The completion of all corridors under Phase 4 is progressing steadily. Notably, the section prepared for opening soon is approximately three kilometres long. While the Janakpuri West portion will be elevated, the Krishna Park Extension will be at ground level, as reported by Live Hindustan.
Phase 4 of the Delhi Metro project aims to enhance connectivity across the city. Once fully operational, it will link areas such as Rohini, Prashant Vihar, North Rohini Campus, Pitampura, and Dilli Haat to central Delhi's bustling markets and heritage sites.

Timeline for Completion

The construction of all three corridors under Phase 4 is expected to be completed by March 2026. This ambitious expansion includes the corridors from Majlis Park to Maujpur (12.5 kilometres), Aerocity to Tughlakabad (23.6 kilometres), and Janakpuri West to RK Ashram (28.9 kilometres).
With these developments, Delhi's metro network is poised for substantial growth, promising improved connectivity and convenience for millions of commuters across the city.
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