Delhi Metro Phase 4: Stations list, map, route, and latest news on upcoming metro projects in Delhi


The Delhi Metro’s Phase 4, spanning 104 kms over three corridors, has been planned to provide last-mile connectivity to the new housing hubs in the National Capital Region

The Delhi Metro’s Phase 4 (Phase IV), has been planned to provide last-mile connectivity to the new housing hubs in the National Capital Region (NCR). Initially, the completion deadline was set as 2022 and the work on the project was expected to begin in 2017. However, the project has faced several delays. Work on Phase 4 finally began on December 30, 2019, with a ground-breaking ceremony for piling work for stations along the Janakpuri West-RK Ashram Marg corridor, being held at Haider Badli Mor. The 104-km Delhi Metro Phase 4 network, is expected to cater to 1.5 million passengers daily, when fully completed. The route is expected to finish by December 2024 but may get delayed due to Covid-19 induced lockdown. The Delhi Metro Phase 4 project covers three approved corridors, Maujpur to Majlis Park, Janakpuri West to RK Ashram, and Tughlakabad to Aerocity, spanning a total length of around 65 kms.

Construction works on the three corridors of the Phase IV, namely, Inderlok – Indraprastha, Rithala – Bawana and Lajpat Nagar – Saket, has faced delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the work on Maujpur-Majlis Park along with other corridors of Metro Phase IV, namely, Janakpuri West – RK Ashram and Aerocity – Tughlaqabad is in progress. The Maujpur-Majlis Park stretch is expected to be completed first. The Lajpat Nagar-Saket section will be the shortest corridor under Phase IV and will serve as a link between the Magenta Line (connecting Botanical Garden to Janakpuri west) and the Pink Line and the new metro line in Delhi from Tughlaqabad to Aerocity.

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The Project Investment Board of the Centre, under the Ministry of Finance, recently approved the three Delhi metro upcoming projects of the Metro Phase IV, namely Rithala to Narela metro route (22.91 kms), Lajpat Nagar – Saket G-Block (8.38 kms) and Inderlok – Indraprastha (12.37 kms) spanning over 40 kms. The total cost is estimated to be around Rs 12,586 crore. The proposal will be placed before the union cabinet for final approval.

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DMRC will soon begin the construction work for the underground section of the Aerocity – Tughlaqabad Silver Line corridor of Delhi Metro Phase 4. Tughlaqabad station will serve as an interchange station. The stretch will be operational by 2025. The 23.6-km line will be linked to the Violet line from Kashmere Gate to Raja Nahar Singh. A 100-metre subway will be built to link the existing station at Tughlakabad to the new interchange station. As per an official, tenders were awarded in March 2022 after required approval from Japan’s international agency. Once operational, the silver line metro corridor will provide connectivity for commuters in far-flung area of Faridabad in Haryana and will save time through the Tughlakabad interchange station. It will also reduce to travel time in reaching domestic and international airport terminals via the Airport Express Line to around 90 minutes.

The outgoing DMRC Chief, Mangu Singh, had said that some sections of the priority corridors are likely to be opened by March 2023. He also added that the final operationalisation of the entire Phase 4 project may get extended to March 2025 but the urban transporter is still working as per the completion timeline of December 2024.

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Upcoming projects in Delhi: Metro Phase 4 corridors

Red Line extension

*Rithala – Narela (21.73 km)

Proposed route: Rohini Sector 26, Rohini Sector 31, Rohini Sector 32, Rohini Sector 36, Rohini Sector 37, Barwala, Put Khurd, Bawana Industrial Area – 1, Bawana Industrial Area – 2, Bawana, Bawana JJ Colony, Sanpath, New Sanath Colony, Anaj Mandi and Narela

Current status: This corridor might be built as a Metrolite

*Narela – Kundli (4.86 km)

Proposed route: Narela Sector 5, Kundli and Nathupur

Current status: This extension to Kundli (Sonepat district) has been approved by Haryana Government. 

Blue Line extension

*Noida Sector 62  – Sahibabad (5.1 km)

Proposed route: Vaibhav Khand, Indirapuram, Shakti Khand, Vasundhra Sector 5, Sahibabad (interchange)

Current status: DPR was sent to Uttar Pradesh government for approval in January 2020.

 *Vaishali – Mohan Nagar (5.06km)

Proposed route:  Prahlad Garhi, Vasundhara Sector 14, Sahibabad (interchange), Mohan Nagar (new station building will connect with Red Line’s Mohan Nagar Station)

Current status: DPR was sent to the Uttar Pradesh government for approval in January 2020.

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Delhi Metro Phase 4 map

 

Delhi Metro Phase 4 Map

The Delhi metro phase 4 map shows the route of the approved and proposed corridors on phase 4 metro network, which includes the three corridors namely Aerocity to Tughlakabad, RK Ashram to Janakpuri West and Maujpur to Mukundpur.

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Delhi Metro Phase 4 stations list

Aerocity-Tughlakabad corridor (15 stations)

Aerocity, Mahipalpur, Vasant Kunj Sector-D, Masoodpur, Kishangarh, Mehrauli, Lado Sarai, Saket, Saket G Block, Ambedkar Nagar, Khanpur, Tigri, Anandmayee Marg Junction, Tughlakabad RIy Colony and Tughlakabad.

RK Ashram-Janakpuri West corridor (25 stations)

RK Ashram, Motiakhan, Sadar Bazar, Pulbangash, Ghanta Ghar/Sabzi Mandi, Rajpura, Derawal Nagar, Ashok Vihar, Azadpur, Mukundpur, Bhalaswa, Mukarba Chowk, BadliMor, North Pitampura, Prashant Vihar, Madhuban Chowk, Deepali Chowk, Pushpanjali Enclave, West Enclave, Mangolpuri, Peeragarhi Chowk, Paschim Vihar, Meerabagh, Keshopur, Krishan Park Ext and Janakpuri West.

Maujpur-Mukundpur corridor (Six stations)

Yamuna Vihar, Bhajanpura, Khajuri Khas, Soorghat, Jagatpur Village and Burari.

The three approved metro corridors will have 14 interchange points that will include 12 new interchange points. Every fourth metro station on the Delhi metro phase 4 will become an interchange point. Thus, commuters will find it easy to change trains and reach their destinations quickly instead of taking longer routes.

The RK Ashram-Janakpuri West corridor will offer direct connectivity to the west, northwest and north Delhi region. It will cross the Green line (or the Interlok to City Park section) at Peeragarhi and the Pink line at Majlis Park and Azadpur. The Metro corridor will also intersect the Red line (or the Dilshad Garden to Rithala section) at Pitampura and Pul Bangash. It will also cross the Yellow line (HUDA city centre to Samaypur Badli section) at Haiderpur Badli Mor and Azadpur.

Further, the Delhi metro had announced that the RK Ashram Marg metro station will be converted into an interchange. The new metro station will link RK Ashram Marg station of Magenta line. This will provide convenience to commuters in accessing shorter metro routes from Central to New Delhi, as per the Delhi metro. Also, a new underground metro station will be developed near the existing elevated station. It will help decongest the existing busy blue line route.

The Azadpur Metro station will serve as an interchange point for three metro lines namely the Yellow line, Pink line and Magenta line.

The 20-km Aerocity-Tughlakabad section will provide citizens easy access to different areas of south Delhi and the Indira Gandhi International Airport. The terminal stations will serve as interchange points providing link to the Violet line and the Airport express line. There will another interchange point at the proposed Saket G Block station.

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What is Delhi Metro Phase 4?

The Delhi Metro’s Phase 4 is an expansion of the Delhi Metro network, to new housing localities in the National Capital Region. The government of India in March 2019, approved three routes as part of the project: Tughlakabad to Aerocity, Janakpuri West to RK Ashram and Maujpur to Mukundpur, covering 61.679 kms.

 

Delhi Metro Phase 4 information

The Delhi government, in December 2018, approved the much-awaited Phase 4 of the Delhi Metro. The approval was given for six corridors at a cabinet meeting chaired by chief minister Arvind Kejriwal. Subsequently, the union cabinet, on March 7, 2019, approved three ‘priority corridors’ out of six corridors of the Delhi Metro’s Phase 4.

  • Total length of three approved ‘priority corridors’: 61.679 kms
  • Estimated project cost of three ‘priority corridors’: Rs 24,948.65 crores
  • Total length of six corridors: 103.93 kms
  • Total estimated project cost: Rs 45,000 crores
  • Expected ridership: 1.5 million passengers per day
  • Expected completion date: December, 2024

 

Delhi Metro Phase 4 approved corridors

Delhi Metro Phase 4: All you need to know

 

There will be 17 underground and 29 elevated stations in the three corridors, whose total length will be 61.679 kms – 22.359 kms underground and 39.320 kms elevated.

The Tughlakabad – Aerocity Metro line will pass below 17 active railway tracks. The length of the railway tracks will be around 110 metres. The DMRC has received approval from the Indian Railways. As per officials, the upcoming metro line will be about 23 metres below the rail level. A gap of 15 metres will be maintained between the railway tracks and the Metro tunnel below. The railway lines on this stretch are part of the Delhi – Palwal railway route.

An underground interchange station will soon come up at the Chhatarpur Metro station on the Delhi Metro Yellow Line (from Samaypur Badli to Huda City Centre) and provide a link to the upcoming Tughlakabad to Aerocity route. While the existing Chhatarpur metro station is elevated and the upcoming station will be an underground station and a subway will link the two stations.

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Delhi Metro Phase 4 lines / extensions pending for approval

  • Rithala to Narela (21.73 kms)
  • Inderlok to Indraprastha (12.58 kms)
  • Lajpat Nagar to Saket G-Block (7.96 kms)

 

Delhi Metro Phase 4 updates and latest news

Update on May 9, 2022

Dwarka Sector 21 IICC metro line segment expected to be commissioned by July – August 2022

According to the DMRC Chief Vikas Kumar, a 2-km stretch of the Delhi Metro between Dwarka Sector 21 and the upcoming India International Convention Centre (IICC) is likely to be operational by July-August 2022. This will provide relief to people commuting from Noida and Ghaziabad on the blue line metro route.

Delhi Metro plans to expand existing depots for Phase IV Metro

To prevent issues related to land acquisition problem and approval from authorities, the DMRC plans to increase the capacity of the existing Mukundpur depot to serve the needs of the upcoming stations of Delhi metro phase 4 project. This expansion will help provide space for the Pink line extension from Majlis Park to Maujpur and Magenta line from Janakpuri West to RK Ashram Marg.

Update on April 18, 2022

Work starts for underground section on the Magenta Line

The geotechnical and geophysical investigation work began in April 2022 for Package DC05 of the 28.92-km stretch from Janakpuri West to RK Ashram on the Delhi Metro Magenta Line. The Rs. 2481.50 crore contract of Package DC05 was awarded to Afcons Infrastructure.

Under the Delhi Metro Phase 4 project, an underground section of 7.46-km will connect a ramp north of Derawal Nagar with RK Ashram station. The section will have six stations namely Derawal Nagar, Ghanta Ghar, Pulbangash (interchange with Red Line), Sadar Bazar, Nabi Karim & Ramakrishna Ashram Marg (interchange with Blue Line).

Update on April 11, 2022

DDA grants Rs 130 crore to DMRC for Delhi metro phase 4 project

The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has given funds worth Rs 130 crore to the DMRC to expedite the development of the new Metro corridor at Narela as part of the Delhi metro’s upcoming projects under Phase 4. The DDA is developing Narela sub-city as one of its three sub-city projects to meet the rising housing needs. The Narela Metro will provide improved connectivity for those living in this area.

Update on March 7, 2022

In February 2022, the DMRC awarded the first contract for the lease and maintenance of lifts and escalators for the three priority Metro corridors under Delhi metro phase 4. As per officials, the upcoming metro projects in Delhi will be completed under the public-private partnership model aimed at indigenising the Metro rail system. As per an official, the lifts under Delhi Metro phase 4 will have a higher carrying capacity of up to 20 commuters at one time, compared to earlier phases, where lifts, had carrying capacity of 8-13 passengers. Also, CCTV cameras will be installed in lifts for the first time.

Update on January 3, 2022

First tunnelling stretch for Delhi Metro Phase 4 completed

The first-ever tunnelling stretch of Delhi Metro Phase 4 was completed at Krishna Park Extension on the Janakpuri West to RK Ashram Marg route. It was a milestone in DMRC’s construction work with a 73-metre long, Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) breaking through after boring a 1.4-kilometre-long tunnel.

Update on November 3, 2021

SDMC agrees to offer land for Delhi Metro Phase 4 Vasant Kunj Metro station

The South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) has decided to allot a portion of the municipal land in Vasant Kunj locality to the DMRC for the development of Phase 4 Metro station, according to officials. A proposal for allocation of the land was cleared by the civic authority by the house in a recent meeting. Leader of the house, Inderjeet Sehrawat, said that if the pocket was not made available, the DMRC would have had to change the alignment of the metro line. The land will be provided on a no profit, no loss basis, he added. The civic body will charge the DMRC at a rate of Rs 5.73 crore per acre, as per the proposal.

Update on October 11, 2021

First-ever integrated flyover-cum-metro viaduct structure to be built under Phase IV project

According to a recent statement by the DMRC, Delhi Metro will build the first-ever integrated flyover-cum-metro viaduct structure and a vehicle underpass, in association with Public Works Department (PWD), under the Delhi Metro Phase IV project. The structure will be constructed on the Pink Line’s Majlis Park – Maujpur stretch near Soorghat. The flyover and underpass are a part of a proposed elevated road along the Yamuna river, parallel to the ring road between Wazirabad Flyover (Signature Bridge) and the ring road near DND. The integrated structure will be erected over which the road flyover and a metro viaduct will be placed. The underpass is aimed at easing vehicular movement coming from north Delhi towards the Signature bridge.

 

Delhi Metro Phase 4 funding

March 9, 2021: In a recent development, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) gave its in-principal approval, to fund the Delhi Metro Phase IV expansion.

The funding pattern for the three priority corridors was finalised in December 2019, with the cost of land being split 50:50 between the centre and the state. The centre will contribute Rs 4,643.638 crores, while the DMRC will have to repay external loans to the tune of Rs 12,930.914 crores. The Delhi cabinet, in December 2018, approved a contribution of Rs 5,994.50 crores.

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Delhi Metro FAQs

When will Delhi Metro Phase 4 start?

Construction work for 10 elevated stations along the Janakpuri West-RK Ashram Marg corridor started on December 30, 2019 and the civil work for these stations is likely to be finished in 30 months.

Is Metro ride free for ladies?

Although Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has proposed to make metro and bus rides free for women in the national capital, the scheme has so far been implemented only for buses. The DMRC has sought time to make necessary preparations.

(With inputs from PTI)

 

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