The project consisted of the design of 16 stations on the Inderlok - Mundka line and 8 stations on the Chattarpur – Sushant Lok corridor for the Phase 2 expansion by the DMRC. All stations were elevated. One station was a terminal station with an island platform, two were three track station, one was at grade and the balance were identical to some degree with the entry structures being customised to suit the individual street requirements. A major requirement from the clients was the modularity in the station building to facilitate fast construction.
The passenger flow in these stations was vastly improved upon from the Phase 1 stations built by DMRC by separating the entry and exit points. The land acquisition requirement was also greatly reduced by adding an external unpaid corridor connecting the entry and exit points. This made sure that only one end of the station required entry structures and the passengers only ever moved in one direction eliminating the conflicting passenger movement flows.
The pattern has been very successful and DMRC has implemented a similar pattern for all its Phase 3 stations. Even a few stations built during Phase 2 which did not have segregated passenger flows have been modified to accommodate the same.
Completed – 2008 (Station buildings commissioned in 2010)
Client – RITES
Plot Size – Varied
Built Up Area – Varied