Gurgaon will have a second Metro line as the urban development ministry and the Haryana government are set to sign an MoU for the creation of a line from Sikandarpur Metro station to a proposed station on the National Highway 8 in Delhi.
“We are signing an MoU with the Haryana government to start another Metro line from Gurgaon to Dwarka,” Kamal Nath, urban development minister, said on Wednesday.
Officials said that the MoU would be signed by the representatives of the urban development ministry and the Haryana government on Thursday evening at Nirman Bhawan in Gurgaon.
“Phase III of the Metro has started and this would be very essential in providing important infrastructure to people. More and more people are now getting used to travelling by the Metro,” Nath said while speaking to reporters.