Kashmere Gate metro station

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Kashmere Gate
कश्मीरी गेट
Delhi Metro station
Station statistics
Coordinates 28°40′03″N 77°13′41″E / 28.667489°N 77.228045°E / 28.667489; 77.228045
Line(s)      Red Line
     Yellow Line
     Violet Line (under construction)
Structure type Underground
Levels 5
Platforms

Side platform (red line)

Island platform (yellow line)
Other information
Opened December 25, 2002 (Red line)
December 20, 2004 (Yellow line)
Services
Preceding station   Delhi Metro   Following station
Red Line
toward Rithala
toward Jahangirpuri
Yellow Line
Terminus Violet Line
(Under Construction)
toward Badarpur

The Kashmere Gate (Hindi: कश्मीरी गेट) is a Delhi Metro station in Delhi, on the Red and Yellow Lines. It is a transfer station between the Red Line on the highest upper level and the Yellow Line on the lowest level.[1] It was christened on Christmas Day, December 25, 2002.

The Kashmere Gate Metro station services the historic Kashmiri Gate area of Delhi, and is currently the largest metro station with HUDA City Centre proposed to supersede it. The giant station has over 5 floors. It has facilities like restaurants, fast food centres, pay phones, toilet complex etc.

Phase III connections[edit]

Under the Delhi Metro Phase III plan, the Violet Line is being extended from its current terminus to meet the Yellow and Red Lines at Kashmere Gate station. This will provide an alternative route between Central Secretariat and Kashmere Gate, alleviating crowds on the heavily-used Yellow Line.[2]

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