Delhi Metro breaks record, more than 71 lakh people travel in a day – India TV Hindi

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Today is the third Delhi march of farmers ‘Dili Chalo’. A large number of farmers are lining up at Shambhu border of Punjab-Haryana to march towards Delhi. Meanwhile, the roads in the border area of ​​Delhi have been sealed. Heavy police force is deployed at the borders connecting Delhi-UP, Delhi-Punjab and Delhi-Haryana. People faced traffic jams on the first day of farmers’ ‘Delhi Chalo’ march on February 13. Meanwhile, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has done record work.

71.09 lakh passengers traveled.

In fact, due to farmers’ march towards the national capital, traffic jams were witnessed in the NCR region amid heavy security arrangements. Meanwhile, Delhi Metro recorded the highest ever passenger ridership in its history on February 13. 71.09 lakh passengers traveled by Delhi Metro on Tuesday.

On September 4, the number was 71.03 lakh.

Sharing the data in a post on social media platform ‘X’ on Wednesday, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) said it has broken its previous record achieved last September. The number of daily passengers in Delhi Metro was 71.03 lakh on September 4 last year and 69.94 lakh on August 29, 2023. “Delhi Metro on Tuesday (February 13, 2024) broke the record for highest daily ridership by registering 71.09 lakh daily riders in September 2023, the highest ever,” DMRC said in its post. It’s a ride.” The number of passengers was ”

Some gates of 9 stations remained closed for several hours.

Delhi Metro on Tuesday closed some gates at nine stations for several hours to control the entry and exit of passengers ahead of farmers’ march to Delhi. Passengers were allowed to enter or exit these stations through other gates. DMRC later said in a statement that commuters have proven DMRC to be a major source of public transport in the National Capital Region. On February 13, 71,09,171 passengers traveled in trains daily on various metro corridors. According to the data, 7,57,629 people traveled in Red Line, 19,34,568 in Yellow Line, 3,35,350 in Green Line and 51,910 in Rapid Metro. (input language)

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