Whether it is near or faraway places of Delhi-NCR, we opt for Delhi Metro only for proper and comfortable facilities. But the bus facility of metro spoils the mind more when people have to go to office and then the metro does not run on its time. This situation is mostly seen on the Blue Line. But in view of such a situation, DMRC has decided to change the view of Delhi Metro Station Rajendra Place and Jhandewalan. Now many more facilities like footpath, cycle stand, pick-up-drop cab point are going to be provided outside these two metro stations.
DMRC’s proposal –
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation ie DMRC has decided to replace Rajendra Place Metro Station and Jhandewalan Metro Station. The proposal will include reconstruction of footpaths, cab pick-up and drop points, bus stands, cycle stands, auto stands outside the two stations. This will further improve connectivity for Blue Line passengers.
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Rajendra Place and Jhandewalan will have many facilities for the passengers -
Amenities at Rajendra Place and Jhandewalan include pedestrian walkways, zebra crossings, car/cab pick up and drop points, cycle stands, reconstruction of bus stops, toilets and many more. On the other hand, facilities like green area, e-charging station will be included in Rajendra Place.
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One tip for traveling in metro –
If you also want to travel comfortably in the metro, then let us know the tips to travel properly in the metro –
- Stand comfortably in a straight line.
- Give way to disabled, senior citizens, women and sick people.
- You can contact the control room for drinking water. Stand away from the doors, so that the visitor does not face any kind of trouble.
- If there is any kind of trouble inside the metro, then fill the passenger alarm.
- Carry loose items comfortably like saree, chunri.
Travel fiercely… but if these 5 rules are violated in the train, then you will be sent behind bars