The Rs.2,494-crore project of extension of Delhi Metro from Badarpur to YMCA Chowk in Faridabad is expected to be completed by September 2014, said a Haryana Town and Country Planning Department spokesperson on Tuesday.

The extension of Delhi Metro from Mundka to Bahadurgarh will be completed by March 2016. A memorandum of agreement for the 13.875-km-long Badarpur-YMCA Chowk link was signed with the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) in March 2012.

The Haryana Government’s share in this project is Rs.1,557.40 crore and the government has released Rs.437.07 crore up to November 30, 2013, for this project.

The spokesperson said the Haryana Government would make a contribution of Rs.787.96 crore in the Rs.1,991-crore project of extension of Delhi Metro from Mundka to Bahadurgarh.

It will provide 10 acres of land for setting up a metro depot near Bahadurgarh and a sum of Rs.124 crore has been released to the DMRC for the implementation of this project.

Also, there is a proposal to develop the Airport Express Link to provide Gurgaon residents connectivity to the Indira Gandhi International Airport. The Detailed Project Report has been prepared by the DMRC in respect of this project. As per the DPR, the route length of the project is 11.898 km from Sector-21 Dwarka to IFFCO Chowk in Gurgaon and the project cost Rs.2,175 crore.

The DPR has been examined and the Haryana Government has finalised the route alignment of the project. The revised DPR is under preparation after which the project will be taken in hand following the approval of the Government of India.


  • Extension of metro from Mundka to Bahadurgarh to be completed by March 2016

  • Haryana to provide 10 acres of land for setting up a metro depot near Bahadurgarh