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Gurugram Metro

Gurugram MetroOne of the reasons for Gurugram being one of the fastest developing cities in the NCR, is its proximity and connectivity to the national capital.  

The concern of commutation was addressed in June, 2010 with the introduction of yellow line in Delhi Metro by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) for Gurugram and the launch of Rapid Metro by Rapid Metro Rail Gurugram Limited in 2013 both of which are elevated. 

Plans are going on to extend the Rapid metro and Delhi metro for Gurugram’s benefit. The Yellow line of Delhi metro runs from north to south direction and connects Jahangirpuri in New Delhi to Huda city center in Gurugram with a total length of 44.65 km, the length of Gurugram line is 6 km. The Rapid metro covers a distance of 5.1 km in Gurugram.

Stations at Gurugram Metro

There are five metro stations in Gurugram managed by Delhi Metro which are Huda City Centre, IFFCO Chowk, MG Road, Sikanderpur and Guru Droncharya and six metro stations managed by Rapid Metro which are Sikandarpur, DLF Phase 2, Belvedere Towers, Moulsari Avenue, Cyber City and DLF Phase 3. 

Two stations, Shankar Chowk and Gateway tower, are scheduled to become operational soon. IL&FS Transportation Networks Ltd had bagged a project to expand Rapid Metro Rail of Gurugram further by another 6.5 km towards the southern parts of the city, and will run from Sikanderpur station at Bristol Chowk to sector 56 in Gurugram with six stations expected to be covered in 19 minutes.

Gurgaon Metro Proposed New Routes

New Line: Gurgaon – Manesar – MBIR (82 km)

Length: 82 km
Phase 1: Gurugram Railway Station to Panchgaon in Manesar (35 km)
Phase 2: Panchgaon (Manesar) to Dharuhera (22 km)
Phase 3: Dharuhera – Manesar Bawal Investment Region (MBIR) (25 km)
Note: This line 82 km line with 39 stations has been proposed to connect Gurgaon with the Manesar Bawal Investment Region (MBIR) as part of the Delhi – Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC). Its DPR was prepared by AECOM and was submitted to the Haryana government by DMICDC in 2016. In addition, two spurs have been planned in Phase-1A (Global City to Sector-112, 12 km) and Phase-1B (MBIR with Rewari, 12 kms) bringing the total route of the line to 108 km.
New Line: Gurgaon – Faridabad

Length: 31 km
Note: This line proposes to connect Sector 45 in Gurgaon (just south of Huda City Centre) with Bata Chowk in Faridabad. It requires the Yellow Line to be extended by 1 km to form an interchange.
New Line: Sector 21 Dwarka – IFFCO Chowk Gurgaon

Length: 12.225 km
Note: The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. (DMRC) prepared this line’s Detailed Project (DPR) in 2015 and recommended an extension of Line-3 (Blue Line) with a project cost of Rs 5150 crore. A revised DPR suggests 3 options:
• Option 1: Extension of existing Airport Express line to IFFCO Chowk
• Option 2: Extension of existing Line 3 from Sector 21 Dwarka to IFFCO Chowk
• Option 3: Independent Express line from Sector 21 Dwarka to IFFCO Chowk with independent depot
New Line: HUDA City Centre – Gurugram Railway Station

Length: 11.15 km
Note: This line is proposed via Subhash Chowk, Rajiv Chowk and New Colony Mor
New Line: HUDA City Centre – Dwarka

Length: 27.48 km
Note: This line is proposed via Subhash Chowk on Sohna road, Hero Honda Chowk, Sector 33, 34, 37, Sector 10 A, 10, 9, 9 A, ESI Hospital, Sector 4, Sector 5, Railway Station, Sector 23 and Dwarka
Extn of Line-1: Sector 55/56 – Vatika Chowk (6.34 km)

Length: 6.34 km
Note: This line is proposed to run along Southern Peripheral Road (SPR) from Sector 55/56 to Vatika Chowk with 5 new metro stations at Sector 56, Sushant Lok, Sushant Lok Phase-3, Rosewood city and Vatika Chowk. The DMRC prepared this line’s Techno-Feasibility Report in September 2019.

Details of Metro Stations in Gurugram

Huda City Centre metro station
The HUDA City is the last station on the Yellow Line of the Delhi Metro. It is an elevated station. The station was inaugurated on June 21, 2010 as part of the Qutub Minar—HUDA City Centre corridor.

IFFCO Chowk metro station
The IFFCO Chowk Metro Station is second last station on the Yellow Line of the Delhi Metro. The station derives its name from the location near the headquarters of IFFCO, PowerGrid Corporation of India and RITES Limited. It is also elevated station. The famous landmark is Essel Towers (residential complex) and Westin Hotel, Gurugram.

MG Road metro station
The MG Road is a part of Delhi Metro located in Gurugram. The station is elevated and lies on the Yellow Line of the Delhi Metro. The station has two malls — DLF City Centre and MGF Metropolitan — on either side of it. Near the metro station are residential complexes such as Beverley Park, Essel Towers and Heritage City

Gurugram Metro Timings

Delhi metro operates from 06:00 am to 23:00 pm, and rapid metro runs from 06:05 am to 12:20 am. Delhi metro trains have a frequency of 3 min in peak hours up to 12 min during lean hours. Rapid metro have a frequency of 4 min.

Gurugram Metro Parking

If you are travelling from your home to the metro station, you need not worry about parking as the metro stations have ample space for parking. 

Charges are :
1 Hour?30.00.
2 Hours?30.00.
4 Hours?30.00.
8 Hours?50.00.
12 Hours?60.00.
24 Hours?120.00.
Month?2400.00.

For more details on parking see below:

The entire 83-metro station network of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) in Delhi and around, it would also be the station with the second-largest parking space for vehicles. HUDA City Centre, IFFCO Chowk, M G Road, Sikanderpur and Guru Dronacharya (Garden Estate) have parking lots. According to the Delhi Metro RailCorporation officials the HUDA City Centre Metro station at Sushant Lok have a parking space of 6,500 sq meters after the

Gurugram Metro Feeder buses

For the convenience of its passengers there are buses  (both AC and Non AC) available from metro stations to different places in the city which are known as feeder buses. The fare for the feeder buses are Rs. 5.00 upto 4 km, Rs. 10.00 upto 10 km and Rs. 15 above 10 km. Feeder buses operates from 08:00 am to 08:00 pm. At present there are 8 routes for feeder buses in Gurugram:

  • Sikanderpur Metro Station to Kendriya Vihar
  • Badarpur Metro Station to Ballabhgarh Bus Stand
  • Badarpur Metro Station to Ballabhgarh Bus Stand
  • Tughlagabad Metro Station to Ballabhgarh Bus Stand
  • Ballabhgarh Bus Stand to AIIMS
  • NIT Bus Stand to AIIMS
  • Ballabhgarh Bus Stand to ISBT Kashmiri Gate
  • NIT Bus Stand to ISBT Kashmiri Gate
For any queries/complaints contact:
155370, 011-22561231 or E-mail to feederbus@delhimetrorail.com and helpline@dmrc.org

Gurugram metro fares

All the Gurugram stations can be covered within a flat fare of Rs. 12. In essence the fare ranges from Rs. 8 to Rs. 30. Delhi metro and Rapid metro both adopts ticketing system to gain entry into the metro which includes Metro card and Metro token.

Gurugram Metro route

Gurugram metro route links Guru Dronacharya and HUDA city centre, sikanderpur and DLF phase 3. Below is a map:

Gurugram Metro Feeder buses



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