Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) is planning of constructing a pathway of around 230 metres which will connect the Pink Line stations with the Green line stations.
Metros running on the Green Line will have a stoppage between Shivaji Park stations and Punjabi Bagh where the travellers can get off the metro and walk to the Punjabi Bagh West Station.
The green and pink line are almost overlapping each other at a height at the point of the mutual passage.
DMRC has tweeted regarding the same.
The Pink Line consists of 38 metro stations. It covers the areas from Shiv Vihar to Majlis Park while the green line consists of 21 metro stations which covers the areas from Inderlok to Birg Hoshiar Singh.
Earlier people were facing troubles while travelling from either one of the lines. So they had to get off at a station then take a cab or auto-rickshaw to reach the other line and vice versa. This pathway is going to solve that.
Earlier this problem was also being faced for Delhi Metro's Blue line and Noida Metro's Aqua line, then in August NMRC opened a 300-metre walkaway to solve it.
It's actually nice to see Delhi Metro Rail Corporation is working for the comfort of the passengers. It's safe to say that the metro services are improving in spite of some minor day to day problems. If you feel there is some other issue that the DMRC should take a step on, tell us in the comment section and we will spread your word.