- Delhi Metro’s capacity has come down to 200 per 8-coaches train from 2400
- The national capital went into yellow level alert earlier amid rising Omicron cases in the city.
- A Delhi metro train can generally accommodate about 2400 passengers – 50 seating and 250 standing.
The Delhi Metro’s capacity has come down to 200 per 8-coaches train from 2400 as the national capital went into a yellow level alert amid the rising Omicron cases in the city.
The Delhi government, in its new guidelines, said that only 50% seating capacity will be allowed in the metros, and standing will not be allowed. With the new restrictions, each coach can only accommodate about 25 passengers. An eight-coaches train can now accommodate only 200 passengers.
A Delhi metro train can generally accommodate about 2400 passengers – 50 seating and 250 standing.
This is less than 10 percent of a train’s normal carrying capacity.
The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) sounded a “yellow” alert in the national capital earlier this week, following a rise in the number of coronavirus cases amid the emergence of its Omicron variant.
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