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The Pink Line (Hindi: पिंक लाइन) is a line of the Delhi Metro, a rapid transit system in Delhi, India. The line is part of Delhi Metro Phase III network. It consists of 38 metro stations from Majlis Park to Shiv Vihar, both in North Delhi. On completion, the Pink Line with a length of 58.59 kilometers (36.41 mi) will be the longest line in Delhi Metro, breaking the record set by the operational Blue Line. It will be mostly elevated and will be covering Delhi in an almost ‘U’ shaped pattern. The Pink Line is also known as the Ring Road Line, as the entire line passes alongside the busy Ring Road in Delhi, that witnesses massive traffic jams every day.
The Pink line has planned interchanges with all operational lines of the network such as the Yellow, Red, Green, Blue, Orange Line and Violet lines, as well as with the Hazrat Nizamuddin and Anand Vihar Terminal (Indian Railways) and the ISBT’s at Anand Vihar and Sarai Kale Khan. The Pink Line will have the highest point of Delhi Metro at Dhaula Kuan with a height of 23.6 meters, passing over the Dhaula Kuan grade separator flyovers and the Airport Express Line.
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) commenced the trial runs on the 6.5 km elevated stretch between Shakurpur and Mayapuri of the Pink line on 22 June 2017. The progress of civil works up to December 2017 is 95.36%. The line is planned to be opened in stages by June 2018(except Trilokpuri to Mayur Vihar Pkt-1 section due to the land issue at Trilokpuri).The section between Majlis Park to Durgabai Deshmukh South Campus is operational from 14 March 2018 and sections Durgabai Deshmukh South Campus to Mayur Vihar Pkt-1 and Trilokpuri to Shiv Vihar is expected to be completed by June 2018.
Direct metro connectivity between a major part of east Delhi with southern parts of the city has been delayed further because Delhi Metro’s longest line—the 58.6 km Mukundpur-Shiv Vihar corridor—will operate in two segments as a small part of the line is stuck over land issues. This line will connect north and west Delhi with south and east Delhi. But about 4 km is stuck over land acquisition and rehabilitation of affected people in east Delhi’s Trilokpuri. This 4 km problem zone has 3 stations – Vinod Nagar, Vinod Nagar East & Trilok Puri. Trains coming from Mukundpur will be reversed from Mayur Vihar pocket 1 station while those operating from Shiv Vihar will return from IP Extension.