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DMRC has listed by entering the prestigious Limca Book of World Records. For constructing 200 Girders in just one month on the Noida - Greater Noida corridor. This project has been executed by DMRC on behalf of Noida Metro Rail Corporation (NMRC) Ltd. Maximum number of U-girders ever launched in any Metro corridor in India within a month.

Delhi Metro Enters Limca Book of World Records

Delhi Metro is the brief history of the successes:

  • Delhi Metro makes it to Limca Book of Records.
  • Delhi Metro Rail Corporation was incorporated in May 1995.
  • Construction started in 1998
  • The red line section opened in 2002.
  • Delhi metro system serves Delhi and its satellite cities of:
    • Faridabad
    • Gurgaon
    • Noida
    • Ghaziabad in National Capital Region in India


1. No odd number coaches:

  • As Delhi Metro uses coaches which have two cars.
    • Driver car
    • Motor car
  • It cannot be used separately one will never find coaches in odd number.

2. Delhi Metro is role model for other states:

  • Success of Delhi Metro has ensured that Delhi Metro Rail Corporation now provides consultation to states:
    • Tamil Nadu
    • Andhra Pradesh
    • Gujarat
    • Kerala
    • West Bengal and others

3. Vehicles off Delhi roads thanks to Delhi Metro:

  • Delhi Metro provides comfortable public transport option to Delhiites.
  • It has helped in removing 3.9 lakh vehicles from the streets of Delhi.

4. Metro train manufactured in India:

  • Delhi Metro Rail Corporation opened its first corridor between Shahdara and Tis Hazari on 25th December 2002.

About Limca Book of World Records

  • It is an annual reference book published in India documenting human and natural world records
  • It is published in 3 languages - Hindi, English and Malayalam
  • It first started in 1990.

- Published/Last Modified on: March 16, 2017


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