New Delhi: The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) on Sunday reported that it has initiated the fundamental work on the fifth Metro connect over stream Yamuna, which is coming up on the Majlis Park – Maujpur Metro passageway. Additionally Read – When Will Metro Resume Operations? Here is What Hardeep Singh Puri Says
The scaffold will be 560 meters in length, that will interface Soorghat and Sonia Vihar Metro Stations. At present, there are four scaffolds of Delhi Metro on the Yamuna. Additionally Read – Delhi Metro Not Likely to Resume Operation From August. Here is Why
“Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has initiated starter take a shot at the fifth Metro Bridge over Yamuna River, which is coming up on the Majlis Park – Maujpur Metro passage of Delhi Metro’s Phase 4. The 560m extension will interface Soorghat and Sonia Vihar Metro Stations,” DMRC tweeted. Additionally Read – When Will Delhi Metro Resume Operation? Not at the present time, Will Wait For Further Notice, Says DMRC.
The scaffold interfacing Soorghat and Sonia Vihar metro stations, will come up between two existing extensions on Yamuna–Wazirabad and the Signature. Reports said that this will be the first since forever connect over Yamuna which will be built utilizing the Cantilever development technique. Prominently, a cantilever is an unbending auxiliary component which expands evenly and is bolstered at just one end. Normally it reaches out from a level, vertical surface, for example, a divider or wharf, to which it must be immovably connected.
With this latest development the connectivity will further improve in Delhi and people are already appreciating this move. The DMRC chief has said that the work will be completed within the deadline. The Delhi Metro is one of the biggest metro networks in the world and is further expected to extend towards NCR cities like Sonipat. There have also been reports of Noida Metro and Gurugram Metro being linked to Delhi Metro soon which will help the commuters as they won’t have to carry different cards for each metro.