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DMRC’s Dabri Mor-Janakpuri South subway is now open

DMRC’s Dabri Mor-Janakpuri South subway will facilitate pedestrian movement between Sitapuri and the Dabri Mor and Janakpuri C2 block areas
New Delhi: A pedestrian subway constructed to facilitate entry and exit to the Dabri Mor-Janakpuri South Metro station opened on Tuesday in the presence of DMRC’s Managing Director Dr Mangu Singh and other senior officials. The subway is 185 metres long and will facilitate pedestrian movement between Sitapuri and the Dabri Mor and Janakpuri C2 block areas.

Subway will help pedestrians escape Pankha Road traffic

The subway built at a depth of nine metres from the surface will also allow those pedestrians to cross the road who do not intend to use the Metro. The Pankha Road above is an extremely busy road and crossing it is very difficult for pedestrians, especially during peak office hours.

No hindrance to vehicular movement during construction

The subway has been built using the box pushing technology as a result of which there was no hindrance to the vehicular movement above during its construction. In its Phase 3 corridors, DMRC has tried to provide such pedestrian subways at most of its stations to provide an additional facility for convenient pedestrian movement.