List of Delhi Metro lines
The Delhi Metro is a rapid transit system serving Delhi and its satellite cities of Gurgaon, Noida, Faridabad and Ghaziabad in the National Capital Region of India; built and maintained by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited (DMRC). It is the largest metro rail system of India.
The following table presents the 8 lines of the Delhi Metro. They are chronologically sorted by the date of the first section of line to open. The date indicates the official opening date of the line. The section column indicates the terminal points of line. The length column indicates the total present length of the line, and the extension column indicates the length of the extension since first inception of line. The station column indicates the number of stations on the line after the opening of each extension or upgrade.
|No.||Line||First operational||Last extension||Stations||Length||Terminals||Rolling stock||Track gauge
|1||Red Line||2002-12-24||2019-03-08||29||34.4||Dilshad Garden||Shaheed Sthal||31 trains||1676||25 kV OHE|
|2||Yellow Line||2004-12-20||2015-11-10||37||48.80||Samaypur Badli||HUDA City Centre||60 trains|
|3||Blue Line||2005-12-31||2019-03-09||50||56.61||Noida Electronic City||Dwarka Sector 21||70 trains|
|4||#0099cc 2010-01-07||2011-07-14||8||8.74||Yamuna Bank||Vaishali|
|5||Green Line||2010-04-03||2018-06-24||21||26.33||Inderlok||City Park||19 trains||1435|
|2010-04-03||2011-08-27||3||3.48||Ashok Park Main||Kirti Nagar|
|6||Violet Line||2010-10-03||2017-05-28||34||43.55||Kashmere Gate||Escorts Mujesar||44 trains|
|7||Airport Express (Orange Line)||2011-02-23||6||22.70||New Delhi||Dwarka Sector 21||8 trains|
|8||Magenta Line||2017-12-25||2018-05-29||25||38.23||Botanical Garden||Janakpuri West||24 trains|
|9||Pink Line||2018-03-14||2018-12-31||23||39.36.||Majlis Park||Mayur Vihar Pocket I||34 trains|
|2018-10-31||_||15||17.86||Shiv Vihar||Trilokpuri-Sanjay Lake|
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