The Magenta line Metro, which connects Gurugram and Noida is going to be functional for the public from today. The Janakpuri West-Kalkaji Mandir Metro Magenta is going to be very effective in reducing the time limit of travel between Gurugram and Nodia by 30 minutes. Union Minister for Housing and Urban Affairs (Independent Charge) Hardeep Singh Puri and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal are going to inaugurate the line from the Nehru Enclave Metro Station. The Metro corridor is 26.82 km long. The Metro is officially going to be functional for the public starting from 6 AM, from Kalkaji Mandir and Janakpuri West stations.
And, apart from benefiting the passengers traveling from Gurugram to Noida with a reduced time limit of 50 minutes only, it is also going to make the Indira Gandhi Domestic Airport Terminal 1 accessible, which is going to result in cheaper and more accommodating passages for public.
3.9 passengers will benefit from the Magenta Line, as has been calculated. The Magenta Line is also be named Knowledge Corridor, because it is going to connect four universities, with the students from The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) now able to access the Metro.
The stations that are included in the entire corridor are as follows: Janakpuri West, Dabri Mor, Dashrathpuri, Palam, Sadar Bazar, Terminal 1 – IGI Airport, Shankar Vihar, Vasant Vihar, Munirka, RK Puram, Hauz Khas, IIT, Panchsheel Park, Chirag Delhi, GK Enclave, Nehru Enclave.