Gates number 3, 4, and 5 of Central Secretariat and gate number 1 and 2 of Udyog Bhawan will remain closed up to 12 noon, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) said.
Two circular tunnels for a two-way movement will be constructed on this stretch, which is a part of the 2.2 km-long underground section from Janakpuri West to Keshopur.
These new trains of Delhi Metro have undergone significant technological as well as eco-friendly upgrades and many more features have been added to increase passenger comfort.
The initiative was taken to help commuters plan their journey effectively to avoid long queues amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
These tunnels will be located between the Janakpuri West and Krishna Park Extension stations of the corridor.
The metro resumed full operations from September 12 and since then people have broadly co-operated with the DMRC and have followed all new travel protocols.
To improve last-mile connectivity and segregate pedestrian and vehicular zones, a multimodal integration hubs to be developed at 78 Delhi Metro stations.
However, a small portion in east Delhi’s Trilokpuri area has proved a bottleneck for DMRC authorities for a long time, due to which, the line is disjointed for some distance there.
The official also added that the foot overbridges will be of prefabricated steel roof portal structures and will be installed at the site after fabrication elsewhere.
Work begins with removal of asphalt layers, which developed cracks soon after the bridge was commissioned
It said that a letter was written to DTC for seeking information regarding damages and loss to the DTC due to the anti-CAA/NRC protests and the riots between.
It also launched i-ATS (Indigenous - Automatic Train Supervision System), an important sub-system of the signalling system on Tuesday.
The DMRC said around 200 passengers were counseled for not wearing face masks properly.
Services started at 7 AM as part of the second stage of the graded reopening of the Delhi Metro, which was closed on March 22 to check the spread of the novel coronavirus.
The Union Cabinet, in a meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in March last year had approved three out of the six corridors of the Delhi Metro’s proposed phase 4.