New Delhi: The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) on Tuesday announced that passenger fares on its Airport Express Line would be reduced by 50 percent.
The reduced fares will be implemented from September 18.
As per the revised fare structure, the minimum single journey fare on the corridor will be Rs.10 replacing the earlier minimum fare of Rs. 20 and the maximum fare will be Rs. 60 against the earlier maximum fare of Rs. 100.
The one-way journey from the New Delhi railway station to Dwarka Sector 21 using single journey token will now cost Rs. 60.
DMRC took over the operations of the Airport link, also known as the Orange Line, in July 2013 after Reliance Infrastructure’s subsidiary Delhi Airport Metro Express Private Ltd (DAMEPL) terminated its concessionaire agreement. (ANI)