Delhi Metro Customer Care
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Planning to buy a monthly metro ticket for your travelling purposes, and therefore need to know the cost of such monthly ticket? Want to know about the process about how to apply for metro tickets online and thus want the Customer Care to help you in this matter? Need to know the various schedules of the metro train arrivals and departures, and therefore want guidance on the situation? Wish to cancel your current metro ticket and get a refund, and thus need the assistance of the Customer Care? No problem. Delhi Metro Customer Care will make sure that all of your issues and questions get resolved and will ensure that you will enjoy your journey on the Delhi Metro.
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About Delhi Metro
Delhi Metro is an Indian transit system that has been deployed in the city of Delhi, India. It connects all major cities of Delhi including Noida, Gurgaon, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, etcetera. The Delhi Metro is the most extensive metro railways system in India, and also the busiest as well. Also, it is one of the oldest metro systems as well, after the Kolkata Metro. The metro system is ranked 9th largest in the world, and 16th most significant in terms of overall userbase. There are a total of 236 metro stations, and also a daily user base of over 2.5 million people.
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Delhi Metro History
Delhi Metro was founded in the year 1998. The railway track started operating from the year 2002. The company has been in operation for 16 years now. The current chairman of the organisation is Durga Shankar Mishra. The total number of trains used on the route is 300, and the train length of either four, six or even eight coaches. Up to the current date, only Phase III of the overall construction has been established, and in the year 2019, the Phase IV construction will be started as well. In the year 2011, the Delhi Metro was certified by the United Nations for reducing pollution in the city of Delhi.