PM Modi to show country’s first fully-automated speedless train service on December 28

new Delhi. On December 28, PM Modi will flag off the country’s first fully-automated unmanned train service by flagging off the “Magenta Line” of the Delhi Metro. DMRC gave this information on Thursday. A senior Delhi Metro official said that the commercial operation of these new generation trains is going to be a major technological achievement. The operation of these trains will start after the program.

DMRC said in a statement, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi will flag the country’s first ever fully-automated driverless train service on 37 km long magenta line and 23 km long airport express line (from New Delhi to Dwarka Sector 21). But we will also issue fully operational National Common Mobility Card (NCMC) for the journey. ”

A senior DMRC official said that both the programs, the flagging of the driverless train and the NCMC on the Airport Express Line would be launched through video conference. This will be the first time that passengers will be able to use NCMC on any route of Delhi Metro.

The well-known NCMC card known as ‘one country, one card’ is a valid card in many modes of transportation, by which fees can be paid for the use of metro, bus services across the country and toll and parking fees can also be paid. . The magenta line of the Delhi Metro is 37 km long and lies between the Botanical Garden metro station of Janakpuri West to Noida. Driverless trains are to be operated on magenta line and pink line. Delhi Metro started its commercial operation on 25 December 2002 on the mere 8.2 km Shahadra-Tis Hazari route.

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