Noida City Centre metro station

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Wave Noida City Centre
वेव नोएडा सिटी सेंटर
Delhi Metro station
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Coordinates 28°34′29″N 77°21′22″E / 28.5747°N 77.3561°E / 28.5747; 77.3561Coordinates: 28°34′29″N 77°21′22″E / 28.5747°N 77.3561°E / 28.5747; 77.3561
Owned by Delhi Metro
Line(s)      Blue Line
Platforms Side platform
Tracks 2
Structure type Elevated
Parking Available
Opened 12 November 2009
Electrified 25 kV 50 Hz AC through overhead catenary
Preceding station   Delhi Metro   Following station
Terminus Blue Line

The Noida City Centre (Hindi: नोएडा सिटी सेंटर) also called (Wave City Center[1]) is a terminal station on the Blue Line of the Delhi Metro.[2] The other terminal station on the Blue Line is Dwarka Sector 21 metro station.

Repair in 2013[edit]

Problem Reported[edit]

During a routine check in September 2013, DMRC found that the station was sinking with major cracks appearing in it.[3] However, the officials were not able to acsertain the reason or cause for the sagging. Further inspection of other nearby Stations were made and no problems were found there.


Though no trains were cancelled by DMRC, the travel time from the Noida Golf Course metro station to this station increased. The trains were only allowed to run in a very slow pace near this station, as repair work was going on in the station and on pillars 174 and 185.[3] The services of the station had to be shut down for few days


DMRC constituted a committee to look into the cause of the problem. an engineer was dismissed following the report submitted by the committee.[citation needed]


The current metro station is expected to connect the upcoming Noida-Greater Noida metro to Delhi Metro. This station will provide an interchange to the commuters.


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