DMRC fast tracks IGIA metro station project

    DMRC IGI Metro Station
    The domestic terminal of Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport, is all set to get a metro station by the end of this year thereby bringing huge relief to flyers from NCR. Terminal 1D that serves low-cost domestic carriers on the 34.2km-long Janakpuri West (Delhi)-Botanical Garden (Noida) corridor. The corridor, which is expected to begin trial runs by September this year, brings relief to residents of Dwarka and some other parts of West Delhi as they will get to the airport in about half an hour. The travel time from Noida will be just 35 minutes, says DMRC. A drive takes at least an hour on a good traffic day. The proposed Terminal 1 Metro station will be an underground station. Though everyday around 30,000 people fly in and out of Terminal ID, which is used by IndiGo, SpiceJet and GoAir, currently has no direct Metro connection.
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