Delhi Metro, which was named Delhi’s lifeline since the early days of Coronavirus, was released for 169 days with a range of guidance. The first line of the Delhi Metro began on 7 September, and since then, all the lines have begun one by one.
Delhi Metro has widened its color range to make it easier to distinguish all its routes. Delhi Metro issued the line number and color code for the three corridors in Face Four. DMRC agreed that the line from Tughlakabad to Aerocity will now be named the Silver Line.
The road from Majlis Park to Maujpur will be listed as Pink Line Extension and Janakpuri West to RK Ashram Corridor as Magenta Line Extension. The DMRC has described the 10th line as the Silver line.
Let us inform you that there are 9 lines in the Delhi Metro, and over 9 million people ride on these nine lines every day. Each line has been marked with a different color so that passengers can quickly recognize their line.
In reality, colors make it easier for passengers to recall the lines. DMRC Executive Director Anuj Dayal said Tughlakabad Aerocity Line had been given a silver paint.
There is no exact rule for determining the color code for a line. Colors that are distinct in colors that travelers can quickly recognize are chosen. Amber magenta violet aqua lime green, the black pigment, has also been used. Delhi Metro used the red color of the Rithala Shaheed stall line.
Yellow Dwarka Sector 21 for Hooda City Center Samaypur Badli Line and Neela Inderlok Kirti Nagar Bahadurgarh for Vaishali Noida Electronic City Green Kashmiri Gate for Ballabhgarh Violet Majlis Park for Shiv Vihar Pink Janakpuri for West Botanical Garden Magenta Dwarka for Najafgarh An orange-colored code for Green Airport Express Line has been held.