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Grey Line Delhi Metro

The Grey Metro Line (Line-9) is the latest addition to Delhi’s public transport system. It was opened to the public on October 31, 2021, it has a total length of 5.19 kilometers (3.22 mi) and 4 stations since then has become an important part of the city’s public transportation system since then. The Grey Line is 24.82 kilometers long and serves 21 stations between Najafgarh and Dakshinpuri.

The Grey Metro is one of a few other Lines that opened in the last two years. The Grey Line is designed to provide easy access to the surrounding areas of Delhi, which have traditionally been underserved by public transport. Grey Line has many connecting lines in its routes, it intersects with the Yellow Line at Qutub Minar, the Blue Line at Dwarka, and the Red Line at Lajpat Nagar making it easier for passengers to transfer between lines and access different parts of the city.

Grey Line Delhi Metro Stations List

Trains have air conditioning and LCD screens that display information about upcoming stations and routes. Passengers can also access vending machines, baggage storage facilities, and restrooms at the stations, which are modern and well-equipped.

Grey Line Delhi Metro Quick Info

Grey Line Delhi Metro Quick Info

Grey Line Delhi Metro Route Map

Grey Line delhi metro map

Grey Line Delhi Metro Interchanges

Station NameConnecting Line
Dwarka Blue Line

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Dwarka Sector Metro Station Gates

Gate No.Opening Towards
Gate 1Village

New Delhi  Metro Station Gates

Gate No.Opening Towards
Gate 1New Delhi Railway Station

Grey Line’s state-of-the-art technology is not just convenient but also state-of-the-art. The trains are fully automated, meaning they don’t require a driver. This increases efficiency and reduces the risk of human error. Furthermore, air conditioning and automated announcements make the journey comfortable and convenient for passengers.

Grey Line Metro Fare

The Grey Line Metro fares depend on the distance traveled and the time a passenger stays in the metro system for more than the specified time. Grey Line metro fares are mentioned in the table below. 

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

Moreover, the Grey Line has positively affected the city’s environment. As more people prefer to take the metro over driving, it has reduced air pollution and traffic congestion. It has a dedicated rail lane so that trains can run without any interference from other modes of transport..

Overall, the Delhi Metro Grey Line has been a success since its launch in 2021. As a result, connectivity within the city has improved, public transportation has become more convenient and efficient, and the environment has been improved. It is expected to continue to play a vital role in the city’s transportation system for years to come.

Grey Line Delhi Metro Stations with Interchanges


Here are five frequently asked questions about the Delhi Metro Orange Line, each with a brief answer:

Q. How many stations are on the Grey Line?

A. The Grey line has a total of 04 stations which include elevated, overground, and underground stations.

Q. Which stations are the interchange stations on the Grey Line?

A. The Aerocity metro station is 3.8 kilometers from Indira Gandhi International Airport.

Q. What is the length of the Grey Line of Delhi Metro?

A. The Grey line has 1 interchange station that is connected with other lines of the metro. The name of the interchange station is Dwarka,