The Haryana government has approved the final detailed project report (DPR) for Palam Vihar-Dwarka Sector 21 corridor. The project, which will be primarily funded by the state government, will cost ₹1,678 crore and is expected to start in 2023.
The 8.4km metro corridor will take at least four years to complete. It will have a 4km section in Gurgaon — from Rezangla Chowk in Palam Vihar to Sector 111 — and the remaining 4.4km in Delhi.
The route will have a total of seven stations — Palam Vihar, Choma, Sector 110A, Sector 111 (in Gurgaon), Dwarka Sector 28, IECC and Dwarka Sector 21 (in Delhi). Palam Vihar will have an interchange facility with the proposed Gurgaon metro corridor. Passengers on this corridor will also be able to transit to the Airport Express Line and the Blue Line of Delhi Metro at the terminal station in Dwarka.