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Green Line Delhi Metro

The Green Line (Line 5) is the fifth largest rapid transit line of the Delhi Metro network. It is a vital addition to the city’s public transportation system and comprises 24 stations and a total length of 28.79 km (17.88 mi). It runs from Inderlok to Brigadier Hoshiyar Singh with a branch line that connects Ashok Park’s main station with Kirti Nagar station. In this way, Green Line has connected Delhi and Haryana areas.

Green Line runs parallel to NH-9 in North Delhi and North West Delhi, it bypasses Tikri Border to enter Bahadurgarh. It is completely an elevated line It is the first Delhi metro line on standard gauge.

The first section of the Green line was opened on 3 April 2010 with 15.1 km from Inderlok to  Mundka and the second section opened on 27 August 2011 with 3.5 km from Kirti Nagar to Ashok Park Main branch line. Green Line serves like a heaven for Delhiites going to and coming from Red and Blue Lines, as it covers major commercial and residential areas like Punjabi Bagh, Paschim Vihar, Nangloi, and Mundka.

The Union government approved another extension of the Green Line from Mundka to Bahadurgarh in Haryana On 6 August 2012. This 11.18 km extension has a total of seven stations, four stations in Delhi and three in Bahadurgarh. Construction work for this extension began in 2013 and was completed in 2018 and inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 24 June 2018 as part of the Phase III expansion.

Green Line Delhi Metro Stations List

Main Line

Branch Line

Green Line metro also has a subsidiary line. In spite of having only three stations, it has proven valuable for the residents living in and around Kirti Nagar. Green Line branch has only 3 stations with a total length of 2 Km (1.24 mi). It starts from Ashok Nagar Main station and ends at Kirti Nagar Metro station. 

It is observed that the Ashok Nagar Metro station is common for both the Main Line and the branch line of the Green Line Metro Route.

Green Line Delhi Metro Quick Info

Green Line Quick Info

Green Line Delhi Metro Route Map


Green Line Delhi Metro Interchanges

Even though Green Line passes through the newly opened Pink Line, it doesn’t interchange stations with it. Although passengers can access the Green Line by getting down at Shivaji Park and the Punjabi Bagh stations and taking another conveyance option.

Station NameConnecting Line
InderlokRed Line
Punjabi Bagh WestPink Line
Kirti NagarBlue Line

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Inderlok Metro Station Gates

Gate No.Opening Towards
Gate 1JJ Colony# Anand Nagar
Gate 2M Block Shastri Nagar
Gate 3Inderlok Line-5
Gate 4Inderlok Cooler Market
Gate 5Inderlok Masid

Brigadier Hoshiyar Singh Metro Station Gates

Gate No.Opening Towards
Gate 1Tau Devilal Park, Sector-6, Sector-7, Housing Board Colony
Gate 2Old Industrial Area, Civil Hospital, New Basti, Nehru Park

Green 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

Green Line Stations with Interchanges

It is fully elevated, and runs through several densely populated areas of the city, making it easily accessible for residents through several interchanges with other lines, including the Red Line, the Blue Line, and the Pink Line, which makes it easy for passengers to switch between lines to reach their desired destination.

In conclusion, the Green Line of the Delhi Metro is a vital addition to the city’s public transportation system. Its convenient location, integration with other modes of transportation, and connectivity to industrial areas make it an important asset for the city and its residents.


Q. Which stations are connected by the green line metro?
A. The green line metro connects the Inderlok area with the Brigadier Hoshiar Singh station in Bahadurgarh, Haryana.

Q. How many stations are there on the Green line metro route?
A. A total of 24 active metro stations are on the green line metro route.

Q. Which stations are the interchange stations on the Green Branch Line?

A. The Green line has 3 interchange stations connected with other lines of the metro.

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

A.  The Green line was started in December 2005.