India’s first driverless rail project and launch a national general mobility map.Prime Minister Modi will today launch India’s first driverless rail .

Driverless metro rail , innaguration by PM Narendra Modi
Driverless metro rail , innaguration by PM Narendra Modi

  Prime Minister Modi will today launch India’s first driverless rail and national general mobility map.  The driverless subway between Janakpuri West and Botanical Gardens runs on a 37 km purple line.


  Prime Minister Narendra Modi will suspend the first driverless automatic train service on Monday.


  The Prime Minister will also inaugurate the National General Mobility Card (NCMC) service on the Airport Express Line.

  The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) said the inauguration would be held on Monday at 11 am via video conference.


  The driverless subway will run on a 37 km long purple line between Janakpuri West and Botanical Gardens.

 The inauguration will take place via video conference at 11 a.m. on Monday, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) said.  The driverless subway.

  With the launch of this new generation of trains, the DMRC is set to join the elite league of “7 percent of the world’s underground network”, which can operate driverless services according to the DMRC.

  He will announce that another major subway corridor in Delhi – the 57 km long pink line (Majlis Park-Shiv Bihar) – will be driverless in mid-2021.


 After the Pink Line driverless trains are broadcast live, the Delhi Metro will have a driverless network of about 94 km, which is about 9 per cent of the total driverless metro network.

  Characteristics of driverless trains

  First the drivers need to run the train.  After that, it will be gradually withdrawn to allow them to go to the Blockchain Train Operations (UTO).  The driverless trains will have six bogies and a few advanced functions.

  The current operating network of the Delhi Metro covers about 390 km, including 285 stations (including the larger NOIDA-NOIDA line) in 11 corridors.  On a normal day, the average daily commute on the Delhi subway is more than 26 lakh.

 In the last six years, the subway line has changed drastically across the country. In 2014, there were only 248 km of subway lines in five cities, and now the line length is 702 km in 18 cities in India.

  What is the National Conventional Mobility Card (NCMC)?

  On Monday, Prime Minister Modi will inaugurate the NCMC service on the Airport Express line.  Once launched, passengers can avail the use of NCMC in any subway corridor in Delhi.

  Prime Minister Modi launched the NCMC in March 2019 for the convenience of local residents, so that people across the country can afford a variety of transportation costs, including the use of subway and bus services.

  The interactive transportation card, dubbed “One Nation One Card”, allows holders to pay for bus travel, taxi fees, parking fees, retail purchases and even cash withdrawals.

  The NCMC, which will be fully operational on the airport route, will also be an important milestone as anyone who has received debit cards from 23 banks in the last 18 months (following the NCMC as directed by all Financial Services Departments) will be issued by all Departments (Government of India).  Can travel on this route, says Delhi Metro.

  By 2022, the same facility will be available across the Delhi Metro network

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