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Huda city centre metro route

Discussion in 'Transportation' started by DeepakSisodia, Dec 31, 2016.

  1. DeepakSisodia

    DeepakSisodia New Member

    I live in Shalimar Bagh and would like to know what the Huda City Centre Metro route is.

    I would like to know what all stations the metro stops at and what line to take.
     


  2. briannagodess

    briannagodess Well-Known Member

    Hello, welcome to the forum!

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    (Images from Varunshiv, Ashwin Kumar, Malhotanku and Varunshiv)

    Overview

    The HUDA City Centre Metro Station is part of the Yellow Line of the Delhi Metro. The Yellow Line has a total of 37 stations and the HUDA City Centre is the last station on the route. You can easily reach the station from any part of Delhi since it has interchanges from other lines too, plus it also has connections with the different railway lines of the city. Inaugurated in 2010, this station has been fully functional since then and has been serving the city for over six years now. If you're coming from another part of the city, you need to know the route taken to reach the HUDA City Centre Metro Station. In this guide, we would highlight that along with other details you might need.

    HUDA City Centre Metro Station Route

    The table below depicts the different stations that the HUDA City Centre Metro line passes through. Because it is the last station on the route, you would be passing through many other stations before you get to the HUDA City Centre Metro Station. Also included in the table are the layouts of the different stations along with their connections with other lines.

    Route for HUDA City Centre Metro Station (Yellow Line)

    Station NameLayoutConnectionStation NameLayoutConnection
    1. Samaypur BadliElevated-20. Race CourseUnderground-
    2. Rohini Sector 18 & 19Elevated-21. JorbaghUnderground-
    3. Haiderpur Badli MorElevated-22. INAUnderground-
    4. JahangirpuriElevated-23. AIIMSUnderground-
    5. Adarsh NagarElevated-24. Green ParkUnderground-
    6. AzadpurElevated-25. Hauz KhasUnderground-
    7. Model TownElevated-26. Malviya NagarUnderground-
    8. GTB NagarUnderground-27. SaketUnderground-
    9. Rajiv ChowkUndergroundBlue Line28. Qutab MinarElevated -
    10. VishwavidyalayaUnderground-29. ChhattarpurElevated-
    11. New DelhiUndergroundAirport Express30. SultanpurElevated-
    12. Vidhan SabhaUnderground-31. GhitorniElevated-
    13. Civil LinesUnderground-32. Arjan GarhElevated-
    14. Kashmere GateElevatedRed Line33. Guru Dronacharya Elevated-
    15. Chandni ChowkUndergroundOld Delhi Railway Station34. Sikandarpur ElevatedRapid Metro
    16. Chawri BazarUnderground-35. MG RoadElevated-
    17. Patel ChowkUnderground-36. IFFCO ChowkElevated -
    18. Central SecretariatUndergroundViolet Line37. HUDA City CentreElevated-
    19. Udyog Bhawan Underground -
    This is the route taken by the HUDA City Centre Metro. The first station in the line is the Samaypur Badli metro station and the last one is the HUDA City Centre Metro Station. The Rajiv Chowk Metro Station, the Civil Lines Metro Station and the Central Secretariat Metro Station are connected to the Blue Line, Red Line and Violet Line of the Delhi Metro, respectively. The Chandi Chowk Metro Station is connected to the Indian Railways and the Sikandarpur Metro Station is connected to the Rapid Metro of Gurgaon.

    How to Reach the HUDA City Centre Metro Station from Shalimar Bagh


    There are different metro stations located close to Shalimar Bagh. From any of these metro stations, you can board a train going to the HUDA City Centre Metro Station. Below, the top five nearest metro stations to Shalimar Bagh would be highlighted.

    Nearest Metro Stations to Shalimar Bagh

    Station NameDistance from Shalimar BaghWalking TimeLine
    Haiderpur Badli Mor Metro Station2.4 Kilometres30 MinutesYellow
    Jahangirpuri Metro Station4.9 Kilometres1 Hour and 2 MinutesYellow
    Adarsh Nagar Metro Station5.2 Kilometres1 Hour and 6 MinutesYellow
    Pitampura Metro Station3.5 Kilometres45 MinutesRed
    Rohini East Metro Station3.9 Kilometres49 MinutesRed
    These are the nearest metro stations to Shalimar Bagh. The Shalimar Bagh Metro Station is still under construction and would be included in the Pink Line of the Delhi Metro. As of now, these are your best options for reaching HUDA City Centre Metro Station from Shalimar Bagh. As mentioned above, the HUDA City Centre Metro Station is on the Yellow Line of the Delhi Metro. From the table above, you can see that there are three metro stations closest to you that are on the Yellow Line.

    The Haiderpur Badli Mor Metro Station is just 2.4 kilometres away from Shalimar Bagh. It is also the third stop in the Yellow Line of the Delhi Metro. The Jahangirpuri Metro Station is also a good choice as it is just 4.9 kilometres away from Shalimar Bagh. It is also directly connected to the HUDA City Centre Metro Station as it is on the Yellow Line too, the fourth stop on the route. Last is the Adarsh Nagar Metro Station, which is about 5.2 kilometres away from Shalimar Bagh. This station is the fifth stop on the Yellow Line route, so it's directly connected to the HUDA City Centre Metro Station too.

    The last two stations in the table are located on the Red Line of the Delhi Metro. The Pitampura Metro Station is about 3.5 kilometres away from Shalimar Bagh itself. Last is the Rohini East Metro Station, which is about 3.9 kilometres away from Shalimar Bagh. You need to change lines once you reach the Kashmere Gate Metro Station to reach the Yellow Line of the Delhi Metro. From Kashmere Gate, the HUDA City Centre Metro Station is the 23rd and final stop.

    Conclusion

    Located on the Yellow Line of the Delhi Metro, the HUDA City Centre Metro Station is easily accessible from any part of the city. It is the terminal or final stop in the Yellow Line. For those coming in from Shalimar Bagh, you can directly access the station via the Haiderpur Badli Mor Metro Station, the Jahangirpuri Metro Station and the Adarsh Nagar Metro Station. For those coming in from other cities, you can reach the interchange sections in the Blue Line, the Red Line or the Violet Line, if there is no direct metro station connected with the Yellow Line.
     

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