Yellow Line Delhi Metro Services Delayed: Commuters Facing Inconvenience
New Delhi Metro News: Commuters on the Yellow Line of Delhi Metro are facing significant inconvenience due to delays in services between Kashmere Gate and Central Secretariat. The DMRC has informed about the delay via a tweet, and commuters are advised to plan their commute accordingly. Several people are stranded as services on the Yellow Line are disrupted, and there is overcrowding at several metro stations.
Twitter users have expressed their frustration, with one user stating that services are severely
affected at all the stations of the Yellow line. Another user complained that no metro is going towards Huda City Centre from Kashmere Gate, and people are being asked to take the violet line. The Delhi Metro's Yellow Line runs between Samyapur Badli station in Delhi and HUDA City Centre station in Gurgaon.
In Mumbai, the Ghatkopar-Andheri-Versova corridor of the metro services was disrupted for around 45 minutes on Wednesday due to a technical glitch in a train. This was
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second such disruption on the same corridor in less than ten days, with the earlier one occurring on April 18 due to a technical issue. According to Mumbai Metro One, the rapid transit system's operator, disruptions in services were caused by a technical issue with the train's electrical converter unit.
The disruption of metro services during rush hours can cause inconvenience to commuters and lead to chaos and overcrowding at metro stations. It is essential for metro operators to ensure
the smooth functioning of services to avoid such situations. Commuters are advised to stay updated on the latest information regarding metro services and plan their commute accordingly to avoid any inconvenience.
The delays in services on the Yellow Line of Delhi Metro and the disruptions on the Ghatkopar-Andheri-Versova corridor of Mumbai Metro indicate the need for better maintenance and management of rapid transit systems. Metro operators must ensure the smooth functioning of services to provide safe and comfortable travel to commuters.