Delhi Metro’s Kalkaji Mandir-Botanical Garden line is ready for commissioning as a result of the trials and testing on the 12.64 km prolonged half of phase-Three has been achieved.
The obligatory clearance required for inviting the Commissioner for Metro Rail Safety (CMRS) to look at fireside safety clearance, licence for working lifts, preliminary Independent Safety Assessment (ISA) research for signalling and clearance for platform show display screen doorways from the division of telecommunications amongst others have been acquired by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC).
“The papers for scrutiny and detailed examination by CMRS are under submission to his office and after these are examined in depth by CMRS office, further action is expected,” talked about a DMRC official.
The official moreover talked about, as a result of the utility entails voluminous information on civil and electrical works, signalling and tracks, DMRC can even have to supply any additional data sought by CMRS office. “After this entire process, it is expected that a suitable date for inspection of the section will be indicated,” he added.
This half is perhaps Delhi Metro’s first ever corridor to be operated using the communication-based apply administration (CBTC) signalling experience which may facilitate movement of trains with a frequency of 90 to 100 seconds.
With the opening of this half, the parents of Noida will get additional connectivity to south Delhi. Currently, for travelling to south Delhi areas, they’ve to change trains at Mandi House (from Blue Line to Violet Line).
However, with this new half, they’re going to be succesful of journey on to Kalkaji Mandir and save on helpful travelling time. Botanical Garden has been developed as NCR’s first ever interchange station.