After more than five months gap, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) will be resuming its services for the public from September 7. To avoid overcrowding at the stations and maintain social distancing, the authority decided adjacent seat in the metro coaches need to be kept empty. Only Asymptomatic people will be allowed to travel in the metro. The metro officials have said that no token available at the stations. Only smart-card holders will be permitted to travel and these smart-cards need to recharge online to avoid physical contact between commuters. The DMRC said separate gate for exit and entry and the even the frequency of trains will also be regulated.
Published On: Sep 04, 2020