Delhi metro and it's global impact
Earlier this week, Delhi Metro just hit the big 21. But it is not just that: it's now a global player in urban transport!
Let's break it down. Delhi Metro was just a few lines in NCR, in the beginning. Fast forward two decades, and now it's a massive network with a daily hustle of 6 million passengers. Impressive, right? But DMRC didn't stop there.
Now, onto the global stage: DMRC is sharing its expertise from Bahrain to Tel Aviv. Consider the Bahrain Metro Rail Project—a 30-kilometer network with 20 stations. DMRC is in the competition, showcasing their skills against international heavyweights.
After a challenging financial period due to Covid, DMRC looked to the global market for a comeback. They're not just constructing metros -- they're forging connections, transforming cities, and putting Indian innovation in the spotlight on the world stage.
Delhi Metro is no more just a local lifeline but a global urban transport pioneer. Amit's talking to us in detail: https://swarajyamag.com/infrastructure/tracks-beyond-india-how-delhi-metro-is-shaping-urban-transport-from-bahrain-to-bangladesh
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