The capital city’s high population density and concomitant crowded roads lead to bad traffic snarls at all hours. When the well-connected DMRC was introduced, going from one place to another became easier. Delhi Metro is the largest and busiest metro in India with more than 285 stations, spanning 391 kilometres across Delhi, Gurgaon and Noida.
DMRC - Pink Line, with its distinct “U” shape, serves 38 stations on the busy ring road. It circles Delhi all the way from Majlis Park and Azadpur in the North, to Punjabi Bagh and Rajouri garden in the West, to Bhikaji Cama Place and Dilli Haat in the South, and to Mayur Vihar and Shiv Vihar in the East.
Due to interchanges with almost all the other major lines like Yellow, Blue, Green, Red, Orange and Violet, the Pink Line becomes an essential commuting option for Delhiites. It also has an interchange with the Airport Express Line, making it a convenient option for airport bound travellers. All these interchanges make the Pink Line an extremely versatile option for metro commuters.
On the Pink Line, you will find a healthy mix of passengers: shoppers on their way to the popular Sarojini Nagar, Lajpat Nagar, South Extension and INA markets, working professionals going back home, students, Government officials and even tourists thanks to the well-connected network at Hazrat Nizamuddin Metro Station and the Airport.