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FAQs

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TICKET OPTIONS & COST OF TRAVEL ON THE METRO


1. Token :
  • All tokens are single journey tokens that are valid only for a one way journey.
  • The minimum cost of travelling on the Metro is Rs 8/-.
  • The maximum cost of travelling on the Metro is Rs 30/-.
  • The value of the token will depend on the destination.
  • It is valid only till the day of purchase.
  • Token fare can be calculated by using the Fare Calculator or viewing the Fare Chart from this link-
    Delhi Metro Rail

2. Travel Card (Smart Card) :
  • It is a most convenient option for the frequent commuter.
  • The Minimum recharge value of a travel card is Rs. 100/- and the maximum is Rs. 1000/-. Subsequent recharge will be in multiple of Rs. 50/-.
  • Security Deposit of Rs 50/- payable at purchase (refundable on return of card).
  • It is valid for one year from the date of purchase or one year from the date of recharge whichever is later.
  • There will be a charge of Rs 5/- on renewal of Smart Card.
  • Ticket Reading Machines are available at all Metro Stations. This facility helps commuters to check the balance on their Smart Card.

3. Tourist Card :
  • This card is for unlimited travel over short periods.
  • There are two kinds of cards - 1 day and 3 day.
  • Value of 1-Day Card: Rs 100/-
  • Value of 3-Day Card: Rs 250/-
  • Security Deposit of Rs 50/- payable at purchase (refundable on return of card).

SEAT RESERVATION

By the nature of its operation, compartments are not reserved for any category or person because of a large inflow and outflow of passengers at all stations at regular intervals. However, some seats have been reserved forthe elderly persons, handicapped persons and ladies in each compartment.

Number of seats reserved for the elderly persons in each compartment - 2

Number of seats reserved for the handicapped persons in each compartment - 2

Number of seats reserved for ladies in each compartment - 4

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