Delhi Metro Line 9 – Grey Line

Delhi metro line 9, Grey line, is a metro route newly opened on October 4, 2019 with standard-gauge track. This 4.3 kilometer-long (2.7 miles) Dwarka – Najafgarh section connects rural parts of Najafgarh with rapid transit network of New Delhi, with 2.57 kilometers (1.6 miles) section elevated and 1.5 kilometers (0.9 miles) section underground. As per information of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), Nangli and Dwarka stations are elevated, while Najafgarh is underground. In December 2020, an extension line to Dhansa Bus Stand station, will be opened to the public.

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Basic Facts of Delhi Metro Line 9 (Grey Line)

Status: Partially Operational
Track gauge: Standard gauge of 1,435 mm (56.5 in)
Top speed: 90 Km/h (56 mph)

Delhi Metro Grey Line 9 - Stations List

No.
Station Name in English
Station Name in Indian
Transfer
Station Layout
1
Dwarka
द्वारका
Interchange with Blue Line (Line 3)
Elevated
2
Nangli
नंगली
/
Elevated
3
Najafgarh
नजफगढ़
/
Underground

According to the plan, Dhansa Bus Stand, an underground station will be opened in December of 2020.

Delhi Metro Grey Line 9 - Frequency

The frequency of this line is 7 minutes and 30 seconds.  

Travel Time

The total duration of the opened Delhi grey line is 6 minutes and 20 seconds.

Surroundings around All Stations

Najafgarh station: Najafgarh Stadium, Chawla stand Park, Delhi Gate, Sai Baba Temple, Neelkanth Dham

Nangli station: Kant Darshan Darbar, Sai Gardens

Dwarka station: District Public Park, Dr.Sahib Singh

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