The Blue Line of the Delhi Metro is one of the major metro lines in Delhi, India. It is part of the Delhi Metro network, a rapid transit system serving the National Capital Region. The Blue Line is also known as Line 3 & Line 4. Line 3 is also known as Dwarka Sector 21-Noida Electronic City Line; Line 4 is known as Yamuna Bank- Vaishali Line.
Here are the complete details about the Blue Line Metro in Delhi:
|Operator||Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC)|
|Train length||6/8 Coaches|
|No. of stations|
58 Active Stations
⏱Starting | Ending
06:00 AM | 11:30 PM
Blue Line Metro Route
The Blue Line starts from Dwarka Sector 21 in the southwest of Delhi and extends to Noida Electronic City in the southeast. It spans a total length of approximately 56.61 kilometers (35.2 miles) and is mostly an elevated line, with some sections underground.
Another Blue Line Metro route is from Yamuna Bank to Vaishali which covers 8 stations, 3 interchanges, and 8.23 KM.
List of Blue Line Metro Stations
As of 2023, the Blue Line consists of 50+ stations, including the starting and terminal stations. The list of Blue Line Metro stations are:
Blue Line 3:
Blue Line 4:
|Sr. No||Delhi Metro Blue Line Metro Stations|
|1||Yamuna Bank Metro Station|
|2||Laxmi Nagar Metro Station|
|3||Nirman Vihar Metro Station|
|4||Preet Vihar Metro Station|
|5||Karkarduma Metro Station|
|6||Anand Vihar ISBT Metro Station|
|7||Kaushambi Metro Station|
|8||Vaishali Metro Station|
Blue Line Metro Interchanges
The Blue Line has interchanges with other lines of the Delhi Metro network at the following stations:
Rajiv Chowk: Interchange with the Yellow Line (Line 2)
Mandi House: Interchange with the Violet Line (Line 6)
Yamuna Bank: Interchange with the Vaishali branch of the Blue Line
Frequency and Operation Hours of Blue Line Metro
The frequency of trains on the Blue Line varies depending on the time of day. During peak hours, trains are available at intervals of approximately 2-3 minutes, while during non-peak hours, the frequency is around 5-10 minutes. The metro operates from around 5:30 am until midnight.
Blue Line Fares and Ticketing
The Delhi Metro operates on a distance-based fare system, meaning that the fare you pay depends on the distance you travel. You can purchase tokens or use a contactless smart card known as the “Metro Card” for fare payment. The Metro Card offers discounted fares and is a convenient option for regular commuters.
Important Tips To Travel Via Blue Line Metro Delhi
- It is advisable to check the exact route and timings of the Blue Line trains before your journey as there can be occasional changes or disruptions due to maintenance work or other reasons.
- The Delhi Metro is a popular mode of transport, especially during peak hours, so be prepared for crowded trains and platforms.
- Keep your belongings secure and be mindful of pickpockets in crowded areas.
- Smoking, eating, and drinking are not allowed inside the metro premises.
- Follow the instructions and guidelines displayed at stations and inside the trains for a safe and comfortable journey.