According to DMRC, the starting site will be on the Samaypur Badli-Huda City Centre line of the Yellow Line Metro. On the 49-kilometer stretch from HUDA City Centre to Samaypur Badli, there are 37 stops. On this route, 3 to 4 lakh persons commute each day. DMRC has established three phases to complete the 5G mobile network installation on pillars.


The Samaypur Badli-Huda City Centre route will be finished in three phases, starting with the first phase from Samaypur Badli to GTB Nagar, followed by the second phase from Saket to Arjangarh, and the third phase from Arjangarh to HUDA City Centre. On 795 pillars along this route, Delhi Metro will install 5G mobile network infrastructure.


Work will be completed in three phases.

DMRC was invited to tender for the installation of 5G network hardware. The telecom provider will pay DMRC rent rather than installing a 5G network. Per pillar, this rent will be assessed. The amount of the rent has yet to be decided. The fare will be determined only after the telecom firms have submitted an application.


Delhi Metro has released the tender.

Delhi The Airport Line of the Metro, which connects New Delhi with Dwarka Sector 21, will soon reach Dwarka Sector 25. The expanding area already has a 5G Network C facility. This subterranean passageway is prepared. According to Metro management, installing 5G technology will help the passengers and the locals who live close to the station and the corridor. The revenue of Metro will also rise as a result of this.


Due to the G-20 meeting being held in Delhi this year, numerous projects will be completed, including constructing a high-speed 5G network, gorgeous roadways, double-decker buses, and improved walkways for commuting between colonies and metro stations. IGI Airport already has a 5G network operational. In light of this, construction has begun on a 5G network service for the Delhi Metro. For the 5G network, more than 5000 towers are being built in Delhi.