How do I get to NDLS platform 2?

How do I get to NDLS platform 2?

How to get to New Delhi Railway Station , Platform No 2 in Delhi by Metro, Bus or Train?

  1. Bus: 166, 181A, 351, 355, 780, 951, AC-894.
  2. Train: EMU 64055, EMU 64071, EMU 64091.
  3. Metro: YELLOW LINE.

How many gates are there in New Delhi railway station?

How many platforms are there in New Delhi railway station? Is there a nearby metro station? New Delhi railway station (NDLS) has total 16 platforms. Platform 1 is towards the Paharganj entry of station while platform 16 is towards the Ajmeri gate entry to the station.

What are the two sides of New Delhi railway station?

New Delhi Railway Station has a Metro station on the AJMERI GATE side. The metro entrance is on the left side as you exit Ajmeri Gate.

Which entry gate is open in New Delhi railway station?

KNow about open Entry gates

Line No. & Name Station Name Nearby Landmark to the gate to be kept open
Line-2 (Yellow Line) CHAWARI BAZAR Ajmeri Gate
Line-2 (Yellow Line) NEW DELHI New Delhi Railway station main exit, Ajmeri Gate side
Palika Bazar

Which side is NDLS platform7?

Platform no 7 is near to paharjanj side. If you are going to commute via Delhi metro you will exit on Ajmeri gate side, in that case you can enter at Ajmeri gate and take the overhead bridge to platform number 7 it hardly makes a difference.

Which gate is near to Platform 1?

Platform 1 of New delhi railway station is near to Paharganj or Ajmeri Gate.

Who owns New Delhi station?

New Delhi railway station

New Delhi
Owned by Indian Railways
Operated by Northern Railways
Line(s) 5
Platforms 16

Is Kashmere Gate metro station open?

“Of the 285 stations, Chawri Bazar, Lal Quila, Jama Masjid & Delhi Gate on violet line, Jaffrabad & Maujpur-Babarpur on pink line and Jamia Millia Islamia on magenta line are closed as per instructions of security agencies. In all, 17 metro stations are closed for commuters, while Kashmere Gate is partially opened.

Which station has most platforms in India?

Here is a list of Railway stations of India with highest number of platforms.

  1. Howrah Junction – 23 Platforms.
  2. Sealdah Railway Station – 20 Platforms.
  3. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus – 18 Platforms.
  4. New Delhi Railway Station – 16 Platforms.
  5. Chennai Central – 15 Platforms.

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