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Delhi Metro Pink Line Will Be Driverless From Today

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Three months after the commencement of services between Trilokpuri-Mayur Vihar-1, the Metro wore driverless.

Metro will start running without a driver from today on the Pink Line corridor of Delhi Metro. Union Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri and Delhi Transport Minister will flag off Unattended Train Operation (UTO) ie Driverless Metro at 11.30 am. Can get

In 58.43 km of the Pink Line corridor, 38 stations will get an opportunity to travel in driverless metro. After the Magenta Line, preparations have been started by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to make the Pink Line corridor driverless. After 11 months, after all the technical changes, the Metro was fully automated on the Pink Line.

There was a delay in making this line driverless due to non-availability of metro between Mayur Vihar-Pocket One-Trilokpuri Sanjay Lake on the remaining part of the Metro’s Pink Line. With the Delhi Metro’s Pink Line becoming driverless, commuters will get a chance to travel in the operated metro from stations near the Ring Road. Driverless Metro service on this line will be started through video conferencing.

Passengers of 38 stations will also get a unique journey
The total length of the Pink Line is 38 stations within a line length of 58.43 km. These include 26 elevated and 12 underground stations. From March 2018 to August 2021, metro services started in five phases on different sections on the Pink Line corridor. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has achieved a new success by making it driverless, just three months after the completion of the longest corridor of Delhi Metro. When Metro services on the Magenta Line went driverless, on the first day, when passengers got information about it, some passengers got down at the middle stations and adopted other modes of transport.

Metro’s Pink Line’s journey completed in five phases

  • Metro services started between Majlis Park to Durgabai Deshmukh (South Campus) from 14 March 2018.
  • Metro stepped up on Pink Line between Durgabai Deshmukh (South Campus) and Lajpat Nagar in August, 2018.
  • Services started between Shiv Vihar and Trilokpuri in October 2018.
  • In December 2019, the metro started running on the section between Lajpat Nagar to Mayur Vihar Pocket-One.
  • The commencement of Metro services between Trilokpuri (Sanjay Lake) and Mayur Vihar Pocket-One was delayed due to land acquisition issues.
  • The remaining part of the Pink Line was also started for passengers in August 2021. Earlier metro services between Majlis Park to Mayur Vihar Pocket-One and Shiv Vihar to Trilokpuri Sanjay Jheel were available at different ends.

These benefits will be from driverless metro

  • Frequency will increase with Metro becoming driverless. Metro facility will be available to the passengers at an interval of 90 seconds.
  • This will increase the daily frequency of metro.
  • The system will be fully automated, will get information about the obstacle on the track
  • Cameras will be installed outside the metro train, OCC will be watching every moment
  • Interchange facility will be available from eight line
  • All metro will have six coaches
Metro will also be driverless on all three corridors of Delhi Metro Phase-4. After Magenta, the Pink Line corridor is going driverless. After the joining of all the three corridors of Phase-IV, the driverless network of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) will be about 160 km. Under this phase, the first metro construction work between Maujpur-Majlis Park (12.555 km) is expected to be completed in two years. After this, the country’s first Ring Metro Corridor will also be ready. With the addition of three corridors (about 65 km) of Phase-IV with about 96 km of the Pink Line, the name of Delhi Metro will be one of the leading countries in terms of driverless metro.

The Communication Best Train Control (CBTC) technology has been adopted to make two corridors of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) driverless. After connecting Magenta and Pink Line Metro with this technology, the same technology will be implemented on all three corridors of Phase-4. With this technology, cameras will be installed in front of the metro to monitor metro operations. The Operation and Control Center (OCC) will get information about any obstruction on the track due to the cameras being installed. The movement of trains will be monitored moment by moment from this center so that information about any kind of obstruction or blockage can be received immediately.

According to Delhi Metro officials, the construction work on Maujpur-Majlis Park is going on in full swing. There will be eight stations on this corridor of 12.558 km. A bridge is also being constructed over the Signature Bridge in the same range and metro services are expected to start on this corridor by 2023.

There will be eight stations on Maujpur-Majlis Park
After the expansion of the Metro between Maujpur-Majlis Park, the Ring Corridor of the Pink Line will be about 70 km long. There will be eight stations on this corridor. With the start of metro services on this, metro passengers of many cities of NCR including Ghaziabad, Loni, Meerut, Gurugram, Faridabad, Noida will get relief. The eight stations of this corridor are Bhajanpura, Yamuna Vihar, Khajuri Khas, Surghat, Sonia Vihar, Jagatpur Gaon, Jharoda Majra and Burari. It is the smallest of the three corridors of Phase-4, so metro services will be started on it first.

Interchange facility will be from eight lines
Stations of eight lines including Netaji Subhash Place, Welcome, INA, Azadpur including Rajouri Garden, Mayur Vihar, Phase-1, Anand Vihar and Karkardooma, Punjabi Bagh West, Wazirabad, Surghat and Lajpat Nagar, Durgabai Deshmukh (South Campus), Majlis Park There will be facility of interchange. The foot over bridge connecting Dhaula Kuan to South Campus will make it easier for Pink Line passengers to travel directly on the Airport Express Line.

Expansion

Metro will start running without a driver from today on the Pink Line corridor of Delhi Metro. Union Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri and Delhi Transport Minister will flag off Unattended Train Operation (UTO) ie Driverless Metro at 11.30 am. Can get

In 58.43 km of the Pink Line corridor, 38 stations will get an opportunity to travel in driverless metro. After the Magenta Line, preparations have been started by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to make the Pink Line corridor driverless. After 11 months, after all the technical changes, the Metro was fully automated on the Pink Line.

There was a delay in making this line driverless due to non-availability of metro between Mayur Vihar-Pocket One-Trilokpuri Sanjay Lake on the remaining part of the Metro’s Pink Line. With the Delhi Metro’s Pink Line becoming driverless, commuters will get a chance to travel in the operated metro from stations near the Ring Road. Driverless Metro service on this line will be started through video conferencing.

Passengers of 38 stations will also get a unique journey

The total length of the Pink Line is 38 stations within a line length of 58.43 km. These include 26 elevated and 12 underground stations. From March 2018 to August 2021, metro services started in five phases on different sections on the Pink Line corridor. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has achieved a new success by making it driverless, just three months after the completion of the longest corridor of Delhi Metro. When Metro services on the Magenta Line went driverless, on the first day, when passengers got information about it, some passengers got down at the middle stations and adopted other modes of transport.

Metro’s Pink Line’s journey completed in five phases

  • Metro services started between Majlis Park to Durgabai Deshmukh (South Campus) from 14 March 2018.
  • Metro stepped up on Pink Line between Durgabai Deshmukh (South Campus) and Lajpat Nagar in August, 2018.
  • Services started between Shiv Vihar and Trilokpuri in October 2018.
  • In December 2019, the metro started running on the section between Lajpat Nagar to Mayur Vihar Pocket-One.
  • The commencement of Metro services between Trilokpuri (Sanjay Lake) and Mayur Vihar Pocket-One was delayed due to land acquisition issues.
  • The remaining part of the Pink Line was also started for passengers in August 2021. Earlier metro services between Majlis Park to Mayur Vihar Pocket-One and Shiv Vihar to Trilokpuri Sanjay Jheel were available at different ends.


These benefits will be from driverless metro

  • Frequency will increase with Metro becoming driverless. Metro facility will be available to the passengers at an interval of 90 seconds.
  • This will increase the daily frequency of metro.
  • The system will be fully automated, will get information about the obstacle on the track
  • Cameras will be installed outside the metro train, OCC will be watching every moment
  • Interchange facility will be available from eight line
  • All metro will have six coaches

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