In such a situation, commuters traveling by metro are now facing a lot of troubles. The number of people traveling by metro is continuously increasing. In such a situation, in view of the congestion, the entry gate of most of the metro has to be closed from time to time.
Delhi In Metro The people traveling from here are facing odd conditions in the morning and evening. Actually, long lines are being seen at all the entry gates of the metro. in Delhi lockdown Almost all the offices have opened after the end. In such a situation people have to go to their offices. If you want to go by metro for the shift of 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, then you have to face a long line. There are many such metro stations where passengers have to stand in line for an hour. In such a situation, commuters traveling by metro are now facing a lot of troubles. The number of people traveling by metro is continuously increasing. In such a situation, in view of the congestion, the entry gate of most of the metro has to be closed from time to time.
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Long queues are being seen outside metro stations in the morning and in the evening. However, it is a matter of relief that you are not getting to see such crowds inside the metro at the moment. But it is also true that decisions have been taken to run the metro with only 50% seating capacity. Still people are traveling by standing inside the bogie. Long queues of commuters are being seen at Vaishali, Nirman Vihar, Noida Sector 62, Mayur Vihar, Green Park, HUDA City Centre, MG Road, Kashmere Gate, Dwarka Mor, Chawri Bazar, Rajiv Chowk. It is believed that until a new guideline for the metro comes from the government, nothing special can be done about it.
On Wednesday, there was a wait of about 1 hour 20 minutes for entry inside the Rajiv Chowk metro station. A long line was seen at Gate No 7 of Rajiv Chowk Metro Station. It takes about 80 minutes to travel from Dwarka Mor to Noida Sector 62, but the same wait is currently required to enter the metro station. Before the lockdown, 20 lakh people used to travel in the metro every day. When the Metro resumed on June 7, 6.4 lakh people traveled. However, by June 23, 14.99 people started traveling daily. A huge increase in the number of passengers can be seen in the coming days. The biggest problem for the passengers is that they have to wait in long lines in the sun for hours. Despite this, no special arrangement is being made by the Metro.
After complaining, the ticket counter is being closed by the metro only to reduce the crowd. Along with this, it is also being advised to travel in less capacity. Although it is also true that if offices are opening then people will go to their work. In such DMRC Along with brainstorming about this, the measures will also have to be taken care of. Due to the long line in the metro, many people are getting delayed in reaching office. In such a situation, they are also afraid of getting salary cut. At the same time, there is a need to change your daily routine as well. Passengers are also worried that the way social distancing is not being followed in the long lines. Due to less opening of the gate, one has to enter through only one gate. In such a situation, suddenly a stampede-like situation is happening. It is also being claimed that if this system continues in this manner, then once again there will be a risk of corona infection.
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