Metro services will operate in two shifts for four hours - 7 am to 11 am and 4 pm to 8 pm, Yellow Line will be functional from September 7 and Blue, Pink Lines will resume from September 9.
The travel time is also increased by 10-20 seconds at stations for boarding-deboarding to ensure social distancing.
Passengers are advised to check the earmarked Gate number/location well in advance from DMRC website.
#Metro services has been resumed all over the country,it was a necessary step to revive our economy but yes be ready to counter high spike of new #COVID19 cases.— Righty not Lefty (@akhilnaithani) September 7, 2020
It's a corona bomb but have their is no alternate for it ????????#COVID?19 #coronavirus #Corona #Covid #india #indian pic.twitter.com/SkDpKEKzhY
Hand sanitizers will not be permitted beyond 30 ml quantity from the safety point of view.
Delhi Metro has resumed services from 7 am today.— ANI (@ANI) September 7, 2020
In phase 1, metro services have resumed on Yellow Line connecting Samaypur Badli to Huda City Centre. pic.twitter.com/iJ2e94VWhq
Wearing of face mask is mandatory for commuters.
Passengers are advised to keep extra time of about 15 to 30 minutes for each travel.
There will be no metro service in containment zones.
Passengers have been advised to travel with minimum luggage and avoid carrying metallic items for a faster frisking at entry
#MetroBackOnTrack After being shut for five months due to #COVID?19, #DelhiMetro resumed operations on the Yellow Line. #Passengers are advised to wear masks, carry minimum luggage and avoid talking while travelling to prevent spread https://t.co/WIr7BUfs2k. pic.twitter.com/waHdZQmdYL— vandana ramnani (@vandanaramnani1) September 7, 2020