Prime Minister Modi has inaugurated the country’s first driverless metro today.
New Delhi: Today the country has got the gift of the first metro to run without a driver. Prime Minister Narendra Modi flagged off the country’s first driverless Metro on the Magenta Line of Delhi Metro through video conferencing.
In addition, he also started the National Common Mobility Card (NCMC) service on the Airport Express Line. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also participated in this program.
Today again I had the opportunity to inaugurate the country’s first automated metro. This shows how fast India Moving towards smart systems. “
PM Modi further said, ‘Today, the metro is also connecting with the National Common Mobility Card. It started from Ahmedabad last year. Today it is being expanded on the Delhi Metro’s Air Port Express Line.
Metro will be in more than 25 cities by 2025
Today it is almost three times more than seven hundred kilometers.The Prime Minister also spoke on the proposed Delhi-Meerut RRTS model. He said, ‘The brilliant model of Delhi Meerut RRTS will reduce the distance of Delhi and Meerut to less than an hour.
In cities where the ridership is less, work is being done on the Metro Neo. It is prepared at the cost of 25 percent of the normal metro. Similarly, there is water metro – this is also an example of out-of-the-box thinking.
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