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Trending news: DELHI METRO: Attention Blue Line passengers! Today there will be no direct train from Noida to Dwarka till 2PM – Hindustan News Hub

New Delhi: Those traveling between Noida Electronic City to Dwarka will have to face some trouble today. No direct train service from Noida Electronic City to Dwarka will be available till 2 pm today due to scheduled track maintenance work on Blue Line of Delhi Metro. According to the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation, train services between Yamuna Bank and Akshardham are being regulated from the morning of October 2 for scheduled track maintenance.

The Blue Line connects Dwarka Sector 21 in Delhi to Noida Electronic City, and runs from Yamuna Bank station to Vaishali in Ghaziabad and beyond. DMRC, in a series of tweets on Friday, had informed that, “To carry out scheduled track maintenance work between Yamuna Bank and Akshardham on Blue Line, train services will be regulated on the morning of 2 October 2022.” No direct train will be available from Noida Electronic City to Dwarka/Dwarka Sector-21 till 2 pm.


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Train service from Noida Electronic City to Dwarka/Dwarka Sector-21 will be operated in two loops. Regular train services from Dwarka Sector-21 to Yamuna Bank will be run in one loop and from Yamuna Bank to Noida Electronic City in another loop. Passengers traveling from one end to the other on the Blue Line will have to change trains at Yamuna Bank. However, train services from Dwarka Sector-21 to Vaishali will be available regularly as on Sundays.

Tags: Delhi Metro News, Delhi Metro operations, DMRC

FIRST PUBLISHED : October 02, 2022, 09:08 IST





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