Thursday, August 18, 2011

Bahadurgarh Metro

Bahadurgarh Metro
Delhi Metro has prepared detailed project reports for a new 11.2-kms (6.3 in Delhi & 4.9 in Bahadurgarh) corridor from Mundka in West Delhi to Bahadurgarh. The Mundka to Bahadurgarh corridor will be built in Phase III (Supplement) of the project. Inderlok to Mundka is completed in Apr 03, 2010.
Bahadurgarh corridor will have six metro stations (11.2-kms long, 6.3 Kms in Delhi & 4.9 Kms in Bahadurgarh), Mundka→Mundka Industrial Area →Ghevra → Tikri Border → MIE → Bus Stand → City Park, Bahadurgarh (In between Sector 5 & Sector 15). The 18.47 kms line from Kirti Nagar to Mundka (Mundka, Rajdhani Park, Nangloi Railway Station, Nangloi, Surajmal Stadium, Udyog Vihar, Peeragarhi, Sachdeva Park, Paschim Vihar, Madipur, Shivaji Park, Punjabi Bagh, Ashok Park Main , Inderlok (Diversion) Ashok Park Main to Patel Nagar II, Kirti Nagar) (18.47 Kms total length, 16 Stations) This section is completed in Phase II of the project.

Press Information Bureau Government of IndiaMinistry of Urban Development
11-August-2011 20:49 IST
Phase-III of Delhi Metro Rail Project Approved, Total Length of the Network Approved is 103.05 kms

Mr Kamal Nath, Minister of Urban Development informed the EGoM that commuters in Delhi will be greatly benefited with the approval of the third phase of the Delhi Metro Rail Project. Minister Nath also informed that by 2021, when all four phases of Delhi Metro project are complete, Delhi will have 428 km of Metro network, making it among the largest metro network connection in the world.
The EGoM approved the third phase of the Delhi Metro project of 103.05 km that includes - Mukundpur -Yamuna Vihar corridor of 55.69 Kms, Janakpuri West- Kalindikunj corridor of 33.49 kms, Central Secretariat - Kashmere Gate 9.37kms and Jahangirpuri -Badli 4.489 kms. There will be a total of 67 stations with 15 inter-change points, which will facilitate ridership. The project is expected to be completed by March 2016. With the completion of Phase III, the estimated ridership on Delhi Metro is expected to be 39.50 lakh in 2016, 48.32 lakh in 2021 and 65.62 lakh in 2031. The completion cost of project is estimated to be Rs. 35,242 crore.
Mr. Kamal Nath brought to the attention of the EGoM the long pending demands for Metro connectivity, of the residents of Najafgarh and Shiv Vihar areas of Delhi. On his request, it was decided that three additional lines shall be brought to the EGoM as a supplementary item for approval for inclusion in Delhi Metro Phase III. These are Metro connectivity from Dwarka to Najafgarh, extension of Metro from Yamuna Vihar to Shiv Vihar and extension of Mundka line to Bahadurgarh (in Haryana). These additional lines will meet the long cherished demands of the people of these areas.
At Minister Nath’s instance the DMRC has been directed to conduct surveys for Metro connectivity from Shiv Vihar to Mukundpur and Extension of Metro from Rithala to Bawana. The extension of Delhi Metro from Badapur in Delhi to YMCA Chowk in Faridabad, Haryana has also been approved. The total length of this corridor is 13.875 km, which is fully elevated with 9 stations at a cost of Rs. 2533 crore. The date of completion for this corridor is September 2014.
The matter of overcrowding of the existing metro coaches in the Delhi Metro network was also discussed. To facilitate procurement of additional 212 coaches by DMRC, Minister Nath proposed that the Ministry of Finance enter into a bridging agreement with DMRC in order to enable DMRC procure the additional coaches. Through this arrangement, the Government of India would allow DMRC to defer payment of three installments for JICA loan totaling Rs 1035 Cr to Government of India for three years i.e 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 by entering into a bridging agreement with DMRC.


  1. Hello Mr malik,
    Nice to see that Sooner Bahadurgarh is going to have Metro connectivity.But i am having speculation on this issue.I dont see much chances of Metro being taken to Bahadugarh as till date they have not included bahadurgarh in NCR.

  2. Ager Metro ko Bahadurgarh se Gurgaon ki taref bhi le jaya jaye to kafi aacha hoga or jo time hum buso mein khrab krte hai wo kafi time hmara bache ga.

  3. Ager Metro ko Bahadurgarh se Gurgaon ki taref bhi le jaya jaye to kafi aacha hoga or jo time hum buso mein khrab krte hai wo kafi time hmara bache ga.

  4. In future Bahadurgarh to Najafgarh

  5. can anybody tell the location of station in m.i.e.

  6. Stations are six but tikri got two stations Tikri Kalan Near Azad Hind gram or Tikri Hospital bust stand and Tikri Border

    MIE Station will be between Mama Chowk And Jeevan Jyoti Hospital