Delhi spectators urged to travel by Metro
To avoid rush on March 28, DDCA has arranged for free transport to Kotla ground and back from two stations.india Updated: Mar 24, 2006 17:37 IST
In view of the expected rush during the one-dayer between India and England on March 28, Delhi Metro and Delhi District Cricket Association have made special arrangements so that the spectators can reach the venue comfortably.
DDCA had made arrangements for free transport to Ferozeshah Kotla cricket ground and back from two Metro stations— New Delhi Metro Station and Barakhamba Metro Station, a statement said on Friday.
In view of the same, public were advised to travel by the metro either up to New Delhi or Barakhamba from where they could avail this free travel facility to enable them to avoid traffic jams and congestion on that day and reach the venue comfortably to see the match.