Published On: Aug 20, 2019

The authorities of Delhi Metro have planned to go driverless on Pink and Magenta lines from the next year. It will move to unattended train operations (UTO) using a state-of-the-art signalling technology called communication-based train control (CBTC).“Roaming train attendants would be multi-skilled personnel, apart from being trained as drivers too,” a DMRC official said. He further added, " Pink and Magenta lines are planned to be operated in the UTO mode in a phased manner. DMRC strives for a safe and reliable UTO metro operation during revenue service, and that is why it has planned to commission its revenue service in stages from Grade of Automation 2 (GoA2) to GoA3, and finally to GoA4, which is completely unattended train operation."  

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