Delhi Metro rides will be costlier from Wednesday, and then again in October.
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) announced on Monday the revised fares – a minimum of Rs 10 from the earlier Rs 8 and a maximum of Rs 50.
The 15-km slab, which has been raised from Rs 18 to Rs 30, is likely to hurt daily commuters the most.
The fare structure will change again from October 1 when the minimum fare for travelling a distance of more than 2 km will go up by another Rs 10.
Here’s a calculator to help you find out how much your fare will increase. Just select two stations, and it’ll tell you how much more money you’ll have to pay to ride the Delhi Metro.
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