Independence Day: Delhi Metro parking lots to remain shut and other increased security measures taken at railway stations
Ahead of Independence Day, security arrangements have been beefed up by Indian Railways and metro rail stations across the country.
DMRC expects the commuters to follow the civic behaviour rules set by it, violation of which may lead to penalty or imprisonment.
While metro passengers are allowed to carry most daily use items there are some exceptions. It is important to know these to avoid fines.
SC orders implementation of Phase 4 of Delhi metro, directs authorities to commence construction on project
The SC ordered implementation of the 103.94 kilometre, Phase 4 of the Delhi metro and directed the authorities concerned to commence construction work on the project.
Arvind Kejriwal's 'free rides for women' scheme cynically overlooks safety in favour of fashioning a new vote bank
Arvind Kejriwal has failed to take any concrete steps to ensure the safety of women in Delhi
Arvind Kejriwal's proposed scheme to provide free metro, bus rides to women smacks of bad economics, puts fragile infra to test
The Delhi government said providing women free rides in the metro and on buses will ensure their safety.
Game of Thrones fans get DMRC spoiler alert: If you're watching it on the metro, please be sure to use earphones
The Game of Thrones spoiler alert was given, urging travellers to use earphones while catching up on the finale episode in the metro, in order to prevent their fellow commuters from being inconvenienced
Commuter jumps on Delhi Metro tracks on Red Line; disruption of services between Shahdara and Dilshad Garden stations
Services between Shahdara and Dilshad Garden stations of Delhi Metro were briefly disrupted due to the incident
Dilshad Garden to New Bus Adda section of Delhi Metro's Red Line approved; passenger services to commence soon
The 9.41 km long Dilshad Garden-New Bus Adda section of the Delhi Metro's Red Line has been granted mandatory approval for commencement of passenger operations. The mandatory approvals were granted by the Commissioner of Metro Rail Safety, SK Pathak.
Snags hit Delhi Metro's Blue Line for third straight day; commuters accuse DMRC of 'failing to meet its commitment'
Even as technical snags continued to plague Delhi Metro’s Blue Line service on Friday, causing delays in service and major inconvenience for passengers, the DMRC seems to be in denial mode.
As Delhi Metro's Blue Line faces technical snags for second straight day, passengers say glitches galore robbing it of sheen
Even as New Delhi's citizens struggle to avoid daily traffic snarls, repeated snags and glitches in the Delhi Metro keeps adding to commuters' woes.
Commuters face problems on Delhi Metro’s Blue line for second consecutive day; temporary alternative arrangements made
Commuters faced problems travelling in Delhi Metro's Blue Line on Thursday morning as train services were affected on the entire stretch due to a signalling issue, a day after the corridor faced a similar technical snag twice.
Train services were affected for nearly one-and-a-half hours on the Delhi Metro's Blue Line Wednesday afternoon due to signalling issues on the Karol Bagh-Dwarka section, officials said.
CPCB asks public agencies to use social media to address grievances on pollution after 'grossly inadequate' action taken on complaints
The enforcement bodies' actions on public complaints against pollution have been "grossly inadequate", the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has said while urging these agencies again to join social media platforms to address the grievances concerning them.
The Delhi High Court on Thursday sought responses from the AAP government and DMRC on Congress leader Ajay Maken's plea opposing the rise in fares of Delhi metro and seeking that ticket prices be subsidised.
Delhi Metro collects Rs 38 lakh as fines in 11 months from people sitting on train floors, reveals RTI
Delhi Metro collected Rs 38 lakh as fines over 11 months from those caught sitting on the floor of the train, a Right to Information (RTI) reply has revealed.
Delhi Metro: 8-km-long Pink Line section from South Campus to Lajpat Nagar to be formally opened on 6 August
Delhi Metro's Pink Line section covering South Campus-Lajpat Nagar will be inaugrated on 6 August and will be open from 1 pm the same day for passengers.
Delhi High Court extends order restraining metro staff from going on strike; next hearing on 4 September
The Delhi High Court on Friday extended its order restraining the DMRC staff from going on strike over a number of demands.
'All of them should go to jail': Delhi HC expresses anguish over protesters who stalled metro services, dumped garbage
Delhi HC issued a notice to the Centre, DMRC, CISF and the police to seek their stand on PIL demanding action against those responsible for stalling of metro train services on 31 May and also against Municipal Council's sanitation workers who dumped garbage outside Shastri Bhavan and the Rail Bhavan.
The court said it appeared that there were disputes regarding implementation of the terms of the settlement and it is the claim of the employees that the terms of the settlement have not been fully implemented till date.