In a bid to increase its ridership, the Delhi Metro is now trying to attract more people to travel in the lean hours, its chief said Monday.
Delhi Metro is now the second largest metro service in southeast Asia in terms of the passenger load it carries, next only to Hong Kong, its chief said Monday.
Adding yet another feather to its cap, Delhi Metro has registered an all-time record ridership of nearly 23 lakh passengers on a single day.
In yet another record, Delhi
Metro registered its highest ridership when it
carried for the first time over 20 lakh people, a target set
by its chief E Sreedharan by the end of this year.
Delhi Metro is operational on six lines where more than 2,500 train trips are made each day covering over 69,000 km a day.
Scorching heat, political
protests and DU admissions are keeping the cash registers of
DMRC ringing with a record 11.34 lakh passengers taking the
Metro on Monday, helping it earn a revenue of Rs 1.92 crore.
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