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Blue Line Metro Main Line

The Blue Line (Line 3 & Line 4) is a rapid transit system in Delhi metro rail. It was inaugurated by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on 31 December 2005 and opened to the public. It is the busiest and longest line, the route of the Main Blue Line (Line 3) network consists of 50 stations from Noida Electronic City to Dwarka Sector 21, with a total length of 56.11 kilometers (34.87 miles). 

It was started in three phases its first phase started from Dwarka to Barakhamba in December 2005 and in April 2006 it extended from Dwarka to Dwarka Sector 9 then in November 2006 from Barakhamba Road to Indraprastha.

In the 2nd phase, Blue Line (Line 3) started in May and November 2009 from Indraprastha to Yamuna Bank to Noida City Centre respectively. Then in October 2010 from Dwarka Sector 9 to Dwarka Sector 21.

In 3rd and Last phase Blue Line (Line 3) started its operation in March 2019 from Noida City Centre to Noida Electronic City.

Blue Line Metro Branch Line

Blue line Branch (Line 4) with a length of 6.25 Km (3.88 mi) was first inaugurated on 27 January 2010 from Yamuna Bank metro station up to the Anand Vihar in East Delhi then it was further extended 2.26 km (1.40 mi) up to Vaishali, and opened to the public on 14 July 2011.

Blue Line Delhi Metro Stations List

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Blue Line Delhi Metro Quick Info

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Blue Line Delhi Metro Route Map

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Dwarka Sector – 21 Metro Station Gates

Gate No.Opening Towards
Gate 1Nh-8 #BIJWASAN Village

Noida Electronic City Metro Station Gates

Gate No.Opening Towards
Gate 1South towards Towards Sector- 62,63
Gate 2North towards Towards Sector- 63
Gate 3Towards Jay Pee Institute of Information Technology

Blue Line Delhi Metro Interchanges

Blue Line of Delhi Metro has 13 interchange stations with 8 other metro lines in its route i.e. Aqua Line, Magenta Line, Pink Line, Violet Line, Yellow Line, Green Line, Grey Line, and Orange Line. It is mostly an elevated metro line with some of its stations at-grade and underground.

Station NameConnecting Line
Noida Sector-52Aqua Line
Botanical GardenMagenta Line
Mayur Vihar – IPink Line
Mandi HouseViolet Line
Rajiv ChowkYellow Line
RK Ashram MargMagenta Line
Kirti NagarGreen Line
Rajouri GardenPink Line
Janakpuri WestMagenta Line
DwarkaGrey Line
Dwarka Sector 21Orange line
KarkardumaPink line
Anand ViharPink line

Blue Line Delhi Metro Fare

DistanceMonday to SaturdaySunday and National HolidayTime Limit (Mins)
0 to 2 KmRs 10Rs 10
2 to 5 KmRs 20Rs 10
5 to 12 KmRs 30Rs 2065 Minutes
12 to 21 KmRs 40Rs 30100 Minutes
21 to 32 KmRs 50Rs 40
More Than 32 KmRs 60Rs 50180 Minutes

Red Line Delhi Metro Stations with Interchanges


Q. How many stations are on the Blue Line?

A. The Blue line has a total of 58 (Main Line 50 and Branch Line 8) stations which include elevated, overground, and underground stations.

Q. What is the route of the Blue line of Delhi Metro?
The blue line runs from Dwarka Sector 21 to Noida Electronic city and Yamuna bank to the Vaishali area of Ghaziabad.

Q. Can DMRC cards be used in Blue line Metro?
Yes, DMRC cards can be used in the Blue line metro.

Q. When did the Blue line of the Delhi metro start?

A. The blue line was started in December 2005.