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Watch | Delhi Metro going ‘Driverless’

Nov 29, 2016 02:27 IST
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Delhi Metro is getting a face-lift and becoming a whole lot swankier. Your daily rides will become more exciting as DMRC plans to make the metros, ‘driverless’. The DMRC plans to open a section of phase-III in coming March. However, driverless trains will operate only by mid 2018. The passengers will have the first contact with new trains at Botanical Garden-Kalkaji corridor. These trains will run on two new lines Pink (Mukundpur-Shiv Vihar) and Magenta (Botanical Garden-Janakpuri west) and will cover a distance of 96 km. DMRC has acquired these trains last year from a Korea-based manufacturer. (HT)