Here is what the metro ride looked like on the first day of its resumed operations.
As the next phase of Unlock 4, in Bengaluru, New Delhi, and Chennai, the government resumed its metro services on 7th September and the metro will resume its normal operations in a phased manner.
With new rules in place and compulsory masks, commuters have started traveling via metro by taking necessary precautions and on the first day, 1,50,000 people traveled by metro. People shared the pictures of how the platforms and metro looked after resuming its operations after 169 days. Check out the photos below.
Delhi Metro has resumed services from 7 am today.
In phase 1, metro services have resumed on Yellow Line connecting Samaypur Badli to Huda City Centre. pic.twitter.com/iJ2e94VWhq
— ANI (@ANI) September 7, 2020
— #Stay_Home #Stay_Safe (@imAnkeshanand) September 7, 2020
— Ashlin Mathew (@ashlinpmathew) September 7, 2020
— Pratiba Raman (@PratibaRaman) September 7, 2020
imp मैं नही हूँ वो जगह है जहां मैं हूँ … yesss दिल्ली मेट्रो coming soon ..feel free to ask anything about metro resuming from 7 th sep .. happy to help #MetroBackOnTrack #DelhiMetro pic.twitter.com/qYYarkvCs7
— Priyanka kandpal प्रियंका ਪ੍ਰਿਯੰਕਾ پرینکا (@pri_kandpal) September 3, 2020
#Metro services has been resumed all over the country,it was a necessary step to revive our economy but yes be ready to counter high spike of new #COVID19 cases.
It’s a corona bomb but have their is no alternate for it 🤔🤔#COVIDー19 #coronavirus #Corona #Covid #india #indian pic.twitter.com/SkDpKEKzhY
— Righty not Lefty (@akhilnaithani) September 7, 2020
— Haider Ali Khan, حيدر علی خان (@khanhaider) September 7, 2020
Delhi Metro opens its gates to commuters today after being shut for 169 days.
— SANJAY RAUT FAN (@Naseem2901) September 7, 2020
— Chandani (@ChandaniSunaina) September 7, 2020
#MetroBackOnTrack After being shut for five months due to #COVIDー19, #DelhiMetro resumed operations on the Yellow Line. #Passengers are advised to wear masks, carry minimum luggage and avoid talking while travelling to prevent spread https://t.co/WIr7BUfs2k. pic.twitter.com/waHdZQmdYL
— vandana ramnani (@vandanaramnani1) September 7, 2020
— Kochi Metro Rail (@MetroRailKochi) September 7, 2020