New Delhi The Delhi Metro has achieved a major milestone in the fourth phase of work on its ‘Janakpuri West-RK Ashram Marg’ (Janakpuri West- RK Ashram) section under construction. The officials gave this information on Sunday. This pillar was molded in Keshopur on the metro route of Keshopur and Mukarba Chowk on Saturday.
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) said in a statement, “The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has taken an important step in the construction work of its fourth phase and the first pillar in this phase of metro expansion is Janakpuri West-RK Ashram. The route was molded on the metro corridor. Officials said that despite the shortage of labor and challenges of other essential goods due to the epidemic (Corona Virus Pandemic), this was another construction milestone.
The average height of the poles on this metro route (Delhi Metro Route) is kept ten meters but at Madhuban Chowk (here it will cross corridor line number one), the pillars are 20 meters high and the Haiderpur-Badli turn (here the second line passes) the pillars. Will be 25 meters high.
According to the statement, the metro route at Haiderpur Badli turn will be at an altitude of 28 meters, which is the highest in the history of Delhi Metro. At present the upstream route is at the highest elevation in Dhaula Kuan and Line 7 passes there at an altitude of 23.6 meters.
The ashram road of Janakpuri West-R is an extension of the magenta line and is 28.92 km long. It will have 22 stations. 21.18 kilometers of this route will be upstream and 7.74 kilometers will be underground.