Karkarduma metro station
|Delhi Metro station|
|Owned by||Delhi Metro|
Platform-2 →Dwarka Sector 21
|Opened||January 6, 2010|
|Electrified||25 kV 50 Hz AC through overhead catenary|
|East Delhi India|
The Karkarduma or Karkardooma Metro Station is an elevated station located on the Blue Line of the Delhi Metro and opened on 6 January 2010. Though the existing station is at a height of 14.5 m, the interchange Metro station at Karkardooma, part of the Mukundpur-Shiv Vihar corridor in Phase III of Delhi Metro, is the highest station of the Delhi Metro network with a platform height of 22m from the ground level.
The station is named after the Karkardooma locality in East Delhi, around its historic twin village named Karkari. The area also has the district court of Delhi, the Karkardooma District Court in Karkardooma Courts Complex built in 1997-98.
- Barakhamba Road
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