[Snapshots]: Delhi Metro -- Chhugging the Way for Commoners traveling to and fro Delhi-Gurgaon

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Delhi Metro -- Chhugging the Way for Commoners traveling to and fro Delhi-Gurgaon

About the snapshots:

The Delhi - Gurgaon metro rail started its operation on a limited route on the stretch on the 21st June 2010 much to the joy and delight of so many commoners who were waiting for a reliable transport system to ply between India's capital city- New Delhi and the much-happening satellite city of Gurgaon.

Though it will take about a month more for the entire route (Central Secretariat to Gurgaon) to be functional, opening of Qutub Minar - Gurgaon part of the route has given the commuters a better choice than getting stuck in the traffic jams on the roads and lack of reliable public transport.

The snapshots do not need further explanation, as they speak pride for themselves.

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  1. I'm eagerly waiting for the entire line to open ASAP. Though its nice, but the shorter version of the route available now is half helpful as there are limited facilities available at Mehrauli station. Passengers struggle for connecting feeder buses and auto walas charging exorbitantly. But anyways, its something to cheer about especially for we girls as there is now a safer transport system in place which we can rely upon evening at late evenings when we get stuck due to some late meeting at our work places. Nice pics by the way you guys have put up.

  2. welcome relief to we the daily commuters.. though till half way to start with. the journey shall become painless once the full line is put into operation


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