The good news for all travelers is that the government has approved the budget for the new metro line. The new metro line will cover and run a distance of 28.50 kilometers and will cover 27 metro stations. The approval is given to connect the new metro line with the Dwarka Expressway.
A new metro line from HUDA City Centre to Cyber City has been approved. The National Capital Region’s metro network is being extended. The Union Cabinet authorized the proposed metro line from HUDA City Centre to Cyber City Gurugram on Wednesday. A spur line will link Dwarka Metro Station to this. This metro project would cost Rs 5,452 crore.
The new metro line is expected to be completed in four years. Union Minister Piyush Goyal announced the approval of a new metro line between HUDA City Centre and Cyber City, Gurugram. A spur line will also connect the Dwarka Motorway to this. He stated that the metro project will cost Rs 5,452 crore and would be finished in four years. He stated that the whole metro line will be constructed above ground.
The new metro will cover and run a distance of 28.50 kilometers and will cover 27 metro stations. The construction of this new metro line will improve the connectivity between the old and new Gurugram. The new metro line will also connect with the Indian Railways and in the next phase there is also a plan to connect IGI airport.