The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation announced that from September 8 to September 10, train services will start at 4:00 a.m. in advance of the G20 Summit taking place in the nation’s capital.
The Delhi Metro train services will begin at 4:00 AM from terminal stations of all Lines for three days, from September 8 to 10, 2023, according to a statement issued by DMRC on Wednesday. The G-20 Summit will take place in Delhi on September 9 and 10, 2023.
It further stated that until 6:00 AM, trains will run every 30 minutes on all lines. The metro trains will thereafter run according to “the regular schedule throughout the day” after that. According to the announcement, trains would run every 30 minutes on all lines until 6 am. Following that, all lines of the metro will operate according to the regular schedule throughout the day.
DMRC noted that on September 9 and 10, no passengers will be able to board or disembark at the Supreme Court Metro station.
According to the press release, “All Metro stations will remain open to the general public during this period (8th to 10th September), with the exception of Supreme Court Metro Station, where no passenger boarding or deboarding will be permitted on September 9 and 10, 2023, due to security restrictions.”
DMRC further disclosed that the security services may be instructed to temporarily restrict admission and leave at specific stations in order to assist the transit of VVIP delegations.
The statement said, “However, as and when directed by the security agencies, entry/exit at some stations may be regulated for a brief period in the New Delhi district on the 9th and 10th of September to facilitate the movement of VVIP delegations.”
Parking will still be provided at all of the stations, with the exception of the “Supreme Court, Patel Chowk and Rama Krishna Ashram Marg” metro station.
DMRC has asked commuters to participate in the efficient operation of the metro services and to follow the station staff’s directions.
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