Delhi Metro Red Line Route Map, Stations, Timings, Nearby Attractions

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Delhi Metro Red Line is one of the key stretches of the Delhi Metro route. The red line is operated by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation. The line is spread over a distance of 34.55 km and connects 29 interchange stations. The Delhi Metro red line starts from Shaheed Sthal and ends at Rithala. On its way, it passes from Shahdara, North West Delhi, Central Delhi and Ghaziabad in UP.  In this article, we have covered all the details related to the Delhi Metro Red Line. 

Delhi Metro Red Line Highlights

OwnerDelhi Metro
Operated by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC)
Station LayoutElevated Platforms 
Located atDelhi
StationsShahdara Welcome Kashmere Tis HazariPul Bangash
Operation Date14th November 2019
Interchange StationsRajiv ChowkKashmere GateCentral SecretariatNew Delhi Railway Station
TimingFirst Train: 05.30 amLast Train: 11.30 pm
ParkingAvailable
Disability AccessYes
Track GaugeBroad Gauge
Maximum Train Speed100 km/hr
Minimum FareRs 10
Maximum FareRs 50
Total Route Length 33.48 km

Delhi Metro Red Line Quick Facts

Here are some quick facts about the Delhi Metro Station:

  1. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation manages and operates the Delhi Metro Red Line. DMRC is a joint partnership between NCT and Indian Government 
  2. The Delhi Metro was launched in the year 2008 and is a key stretch of the Delhi Metro line 
  3. The extra coaches of Delhi Metro line have been supplied by Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML)
  4. Delhi Metro ia going to be having two more metro stations at Pitampura and Pulbangash
  5. Presently, the metro stations have a total of ten operation routes and it covers 350 km
  6. The Delhi Metro has an everyday footfall equal to 47.34 lakhs and has four interchange stations namely, Kashmere Gate, Inderlok, Welcome, and Netaji Subhash Place
  7. The Delhi Metro has aimed to add two more coaches in the red line by the year 2024

Delhi Metro Red Line Route Map

Delhi Metro Red Line Route Map

Delhi Metro Red Line Station List

The Delhi Metro Red Line is spread across an area of 34 km from East to West. The stretch covers a total of 29 metro stations. All the stations are elevated and are leased with major advanced facilities. Here is the list of the major railway stations covered by the Delhi Metro Red Line.

Shaheed SthalHindon RiverArthalaMohan NagarShyam ParkMajor Mohit Sharma Rajendra NagarRaj BaghShaheed NagarDilshad GardenJhilmilMansarovar ParkShahdaraWelcomeSeelampurPul BangashPratap NagarShastri NagarInderlokKanhaiya NagarKeshav PuramNetaji Subhash PlaceKohat EnclavePitampuraRohini EastRohini WestRithalaShastri ParkKashmere GateTis Hazari

Delhi Metro Red Line Station: Interconnected Metro

Here is the detailed list of metro stations that are interconnected to the different lines of the Delhi Metro red line. 

Delhi Red Line Metro StationInterchanging Metro Station
Shahdara Shahdara Junction Railway Station
Welcome Pink Line (From Majlis Vihar Metro Station to Shiv Vihar)
Kashmere Yellow Line (Samaypur Badli to Huda City Centre)Violet Line (Kashmere Gate to Raja Nahar Singh)
Tis HazariSadar Bazar
Pul BangashMagenta Line (Phase 4 Under construction)
Pratap Nagar Subzi Mandi Railway Station (New Delhi)
Shastri NagarDelhi Sarai Rohilla
Inderlok Green Line (Inderlok to Brigadier Hoshiar Singh)
Netaji Subhash Place Pink Line (Majlis Park to Shiv Vihar)
Pitampura Magenta Line (Janakpuri West to Botanical Garden)

Delhi Metro Red Line Station Fare

As per the rule, the minimum fare for Delhi Metro Red Line is Rs 10 and the maximum fare for Delhi Metro Red Line is Rs 50. The first train starts at 04.30 am and the last metro operated at 11 pm. The frequency of one metro train is in every four to five minutes. The price of the ticket of Delhi Metro Red Line is decided as per the distance travelled by the customer. Refer to the table below to know about the distance-wise fare of the Delhi Metro Red Line.

Distance Covered by the commuter (Km)Monday to Saturday in RsSunday and National Holiday in Rs
0 to 21010
2 to 5 2010
5 to 123020
12 to 214030
21 to 325040
Higher Than 32 6050

Delhi Metro Red Lines Extension

In a bid to cater to the increasing population and commuters, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has approved of extension to the Delhi Metro Red Line. The DMRC has approved extending the red line to the following metro stations. 

  1. Rohini Sector 26
  2. Rohini Sector 31
  3. Rohini Sector 32
  4. Rohini Sector 36
  5. Rohini Sector 37
  6. Barwala
  7. Pooth Khurd
  8. Bawana Industrial Area 1
  9. Bawana Industrial Area 2
  10. Bawana
  11. Bawana JJ Colony
  12. Sanoth
  13. New Sanoth Colony
  14. Sanoth Depot Station
  15. Bhorgarh Village
  16. Anaj Mandi Narela
  17. DDA Sports Complex Narela
  18. New Anaj Mandi
  19. Narela

Top Localities Near Delhi Metro Red Line Line

Delhi Metro Red Line Station is located close to a range of residential and commercial localities. Delhi Metro offer great connectivity to the following properties and areas in Delhi. Their closeness to these localities makes it a great alternative for professionals and daily commuters. 

Commercial LocalitiesResidential Localities
DDA Rohini Pushanjali enclave Kashmere gateDDA Rohini Pushanjali enclave Kashmere gateShahdaraShastri Park 

Delhi Metro Red Line FAQs

  1. What is the timing of the Delhi Metro Red Line Station?

Ans. Delhi Metro Red Line Station is operational from 05.30 am to 11.30 pm.

  1. How many stations are there in Delhi Metro Red Line Station?

Ans. Presently, 11 substations are there in Delhi Metro Red Line Station. 

  1. What is the minimum fare of Delhi Metro Red Line Station?

Ans. The minimum fare for Delhi Metro Red Line Station is Rs 10 and the maximum fare is Rs 60.

  1. What are the key interchange stations near Delhi Metro Red Line Station?

Ans. Rajiv Chowk, Kashmere Gate, Central Secretariat and New Delhi Railway Station are the key interchange stations near Delhi Metro Red Line Station. 

  1. Who owns the Delhi Metro Red Line Station?

Ans. Delhi Metro Railway Corporation owns the Delhi Metro Red Line Station.

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