The DMRC on Friday threatened to take over the Airport Metro Express corridor operated by Reliance Infrastructure if it failed to improve train speed and frequency and reduce check-in time for flyers.
“If they (Reliance Infrastructure) don’t improve, then we will have to think of even terminating the arrangements. We can take over and there is a provision for taking over (in the agreement),” said E Sreedharan, Delhi Metro managing director.
Sreedharan, who will demit office on December 31, said the organisation will wait for another three to four months for the operator to improve on the aspects raised by Delhi Metro.
“Three to four months. Otherwise, we have to give them final notice (for taking over),” he said.