Delhi Metro Phase 3 – October 2015 Update

The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation recently updated their website with images of the progress made by civil contractors on all of Phase 3’s new lines & extension over the past month. In case you’re interested, last month’s update can be viewed here – Delhi Metro Phase 3 – September 2015 Update.

Here are some of my favorite images from this month’s update:

Blue line – Dwarka – Najafgarh extension

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The Najafgarh ramp to the tunnel is ready for track installation – Photo Copyright: DMRC

Green line – Mundka – Bahadurgah extension

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At the Tikri Border on NH10 – Photo Copyright: DMRC

Violet line – ITO – Kashmere Gate extension

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Inside the Delhi Gate station – Photo Copyright: DMRC

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One of the entry gates to the Jama Masjid station – Photo Copyright: DMRC

Pink line – Mukundpur – Shiv Vihar

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A cross-passage under construction between the twin tunnels – Photo Copyright: DMRC

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INA’s new Pink line station. This will form an interchange with the Yellow line’s station – Photo Copyright: DMRC

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The Delhi Cantt station is in the most advanced stage of contruction – Photo Copyright: DMRC

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A concrete pour in progress at the Vinod Nagar station – Photo Copyright: DMRC

Magenta line – Janakpuri (W) – Botanical Garden

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West ramp of the Saddar Bazaar stretch – Photo Copyright: DMRC

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Roof of the Chirag Delhi station’s platform level being built – Photo Copyright: DMRC

For more updates on the Delhi Metro, check out the Delhi section of The Metro Rail Guy!

– TMRG

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