T20: Delhi Metro to run extra late night trips on Nov 1

T20: Delhi Metro to run extra late night trips on Nov 1

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New Delhi, Oct 31: The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) will be running extra trips on Wednesday night beyond the normal timings of last passenger services to facilitate the spectators of the T20 Cricket Match which is being played at Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium.
It is expected that spectators may use the Metro for commuting to their destination after the match is over around 1100 hrs, a DMRC spokesperson said on Tuesday.
The nearest Metro stations from Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium are – ITO and Delhi Gate (Line-6), Mandi House and Pragati Maidan (Line -3/4) and Chandni Chowk (Line-2) where crowd is expected.
Therefore, to facilitate spectators at these stations after the match, trains will be running beyond normal hours of closing performing extra trips as given below:- Line Normal Last Train Service Extended Last Train Service on 1st November Line-1 Dilshad Garden- 11:15 PM RIthala-11:31 PM Dilshad Garden- 00:05 AM RIthala- 00:10 AM Line-2 Smaypur Badli-11:10 PM HUDA City Centre-11:30 PM Smaypur Badli- 00:15 AM HUDA City Centre- No Change Line-3/4 NOIDA City Centre- 11:05 PM Vaishali-11:05 PM Dwarka Sec-21- 10:32 PM for NCC & 10:50 PM for Vaishali NOIDA City Centre- 11:55 PM Vaishali- 11:50 PM Dwarka Sec-21- 11:05 PM for NCC & 11:15 PM for Vaishali Line-5 Mundka- 11:10 PM for Kirti Nagar & 11:00 PM for Inderlok Kirti Nagar- 11:30 PM Inderlok- 11:30 PM Mundka- 00:15 AM for Kirti Nagar & 00:05 AM for Inderlok Kirti Nagar- 00:50 AM Inderlok- 00:45 AM Line-6 Kashmere Gate- 11:35 PM Escorts Mujesar- 10:42 PM Kashmere Gate- 00:10 AM Escorts Mujesar- 11:15 PM The additional train trips beyond normal timings are planned in such a way that they will provide connecting service to all directions from interchange stations of Kashmere Gate, Rajiv Chowk, Kirti Nagar, Inder Lok and Mandi House.
Additional pre-vended token counters and staff will also be deployed at Delhi Gate Metro station for facilitating passengers on the night of November 1.