The upcoming Samaypur Badli Station on the Yellow line’s 4.49 km northward extension in Delhi is soon going to replace the Jehangirpuri station as the northern terminal of the Yellow line when it opens for operations in late October/November. With its opening, it will not only connect the twin villages of Samaypur & Badli, but will also serve residents in Siraspur and parts of Rohini (eg. Sectors 16 & 17).
Google Earth satellite view
Here are some images shot last week which shows the station from outside. As you can see, it’s not located in an affluent neighborhood and so the DMRC hasn’t quite jazzed it up, like it has done at Lajpat Nagar or Nehru Place.
As a reminder, the DMRC has submitted an application to the CMRS to inspect the line (See: DMRC Submits Application to CMRS to Inspect Jahangirpuri – Samaypuri Badli Metro Line) and is expecting an inspection date from the CMRS. Whenever that is announced, I’ll make sure to post about it.
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