THESE routes of Delhi Metro to get additional coaches to avoid over-crowding

The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) on Sunday (April 4) introduced that it will likely be including extra coaches on main strains. This transfer may also help forestall overcrowding in coaches because the nation battles a sudden surge in COVID-19 circumstances.
DMRC in its official announcement stated that the 6-coach trains might be transformed into 8-coach trains on the Red line (Rithala to Shaheed Sthal New Bus Adda), Yellow line (HUDA City Centre to Samaypur Badli) and Blue Line (Dwarka Sec-21 to Noida Electronic City/Vaishali) of the Delhi Metro network
“The conversion is expected to be completed by the end of this year after which all trains on these lines will be 8-coaches,” the Delhi Metro stated in a tweet.
As per a DMRC press launch, the method of changing all twelve 6-coach trains on Yellow Line into 8-coaches might be accomplished by the tip of this month, thereby taking the whole quantity of 8-coach trains on this line to 64. 
“Subsequently, remaining 9 6-coach trains on Blue Line and thirty 9 6-coach trains on Red Line might be transformed into 8-coach trains by the tip of this 12 months taking the whole quantity of 8-coach trains on these strains to 74 and 39 respectively,” the press launch stated.
The DMRC stated that this exercise is being carried out to enhance the carrying capability of the three primary corridors of the Delhi Metro i.e. Red (Line-1), Blue (Line-3/4) and Yellow (Line-2) Lines which contribute to nearly 40-50 % of passenger utilisation on daily basis. 
Currently, the Delhi Metro has a fleet of 336 trains units comprising 181 six coach trains, 133 eight coach trains and 22 4 coach trains throughout all its corridors.
Meanwhile, the nationwide capital on Monday (April 5) reported 3,548 new COVID-19 circumstances, 2,936 recoveries, and 15 deaths.

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