According to the CISF plan, just least doors at stations will stay operational and the various entryways will stay shut Delhi Metro latest update.
NEW DELHI: The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) and the CISF have arranged elite of standard working techniques and a business network plan for suburbanites in the event that the administration chooses to restart metro administrations from September 1. Searching, checking and tagging will be totally contactless and the Aarogya Setu application will be compulsory to go in the Delhi metro Delhi Metro latest update.
Likewise, just those having an e-pass or are green coded will be permitted section, the CISF said. There will warm checking of workers at the passage entryway. Additionally, to purify and sanitize the workers entering the metro premises, disinfectant passages will be introduced at all metro stations. Metro administrations will likewise be abridged, with the main train running at 7.30 am and the last at 8.30 pm.
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, the metro timing was from 6 am to 11.30 pm. As per the DMRC’s plan, passengers will have to maintain social distancing and wearing of masks will be compulsory both inside and outside the train Delhi Metro latest update.
Hand sanitiser dispensers will be also installed at entry and exit points of stations. The plan also says that the entry of passengers will be stopped or regulated by the CISF and metro staff if the crowd increases in a station.
The DMRC will deploy nodal officers for each of the 10 Delhi metro corridors and these officers will have the power to close a metro station in case the crowd increases to maintain social distancing. Apart from these, senior DMRC officials will be deployed on special duty at each station. Frequent announcements regarding Covid-19 and its rules will be announced inside the trains as well as on platforms Delhi Metro latest update.
STRICT RULES INSIDE STATIONS
In the elevator, only three persons will be allowed and on escalators, commuters would have to stand on alternate steps, maintaining 2.5m distancing. As per the CISF plan, only minimum gates at stations will remain operational and all the other gates will remain closed. Awareness campaigns will also be conducted at dedicated event corners created at all metro stations.