Coming soon! IGI Airport T1 to be linked to Delhi Metro Magenta Line with travelators

Come July, travelling to Terminal 1 of Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport, New Delhi will get easier and more convenient! The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) is planning to open a subway, connecting the Delhi Airport T1 it to the Magenta Line.

Interestingly, the subway will be the first one in the national capital to have travelators. According to an HT report, currently, people have to cross a rough road between the terminal and gate number 3 of the Magenta Line’s Indira Gandhi International Airport metro station. The DMRC, from July, expects to start the 370 metre long subway that will link the Magenta Line metro gate to the arrival and departure areas of the Delhi Airport.

The upcoming subway will be equipped with large elevators that can accommodate nearly 26 people and also help in minimizing the discomfort of dragging their luggage over the road. Read more

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