Many stations are easy to reach: Passengers of Pink and Green Lines change Metro as per their requirement at Delhi Metro Rail Corporation First Stop Exchange Station at Punjabi Bagh on Green Line (Bahadurgarh-Indralalok-Kitty Nagar). This year, on March 29, the Pacha Metro station was inaugurated at Punjabi Bagh.
The station proved comfortable
Delhi Metro’s first stop exchange station built at Punjabi Bagh on Green Line (Bahadurgarh City Park-Insaralok-Kirti Nagar) has now proved to be comfortable for commuters. Its name is Punjabi Bagh West Interchange Station.
It is an interchange station with Green Line and Green Line and Pink Line Metro Corridor Pink (Shiv Vihar-Majis Park). Every day more than 20 thousand passengers change metro at this exchange station to reach their destination. It has made the travel of passengers easier.
For this reason, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has constructed an exchange station near the Punjabi Bagh junction on the Green Line. On March 29 this year, this exchange station was opened for the convenience of commuters. Passengers traveling on Metro Green and Pink lines can change metro only by alighting at this station. There is no fare payment facility at this station. So passengers outside the station are not being allowed inside.
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Easy to reach multiple stations
According to DMRC, 20,142 passengers alighted at this stop-exchange station and occupied the Green and Pink Line Metro in August. DMRC said that commuters around Bahadurgarh, Mundka, Nangloi can change Metro to Sarojini Nagar, South Extension, Lajpat Nagar Market, Nizamuddin Train Station and Anand Vihar Train Station by taking Metro Line Pink at this exchange station.