Delhi Metro back to routine weekend schedule from today


New Delhi: The Metro trains in Delhi will run as per their routine weekend timetable from Saturday as the national capital has eased Covid-19 restrictions in view of an improvement in the number of infections, officials said.

So far, the Metro services were regulated at a 15-minute gap frequency on the Yellow and Blue lines, and 20 minutes on all other lines to comply with the weekend curfew that was lifted on Thursday.

“In view of the latest guidelines issued by the Govt. for the containment of Covid-19 in NCT Delhi, Metro services on weekends (Sat/Sun) will again resume as per routine weekend time table on all Lines starting tomorrow i.e, 29th January 2022,” the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) tweeted.

The metro trains will run at 100 per cent seating capacity, with no provision for standing still in place. Entry at stations will continue to remain regulated as per the ground situation to ensure compliance with Covid guidelines, the DMRC further stated.

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