The Delhi Metro will soon be powered by two sub-stations which have been constructed underground.

People taking flights to Delhi who plan to use the city’s Metro system could be among the first to benefit from the construction of two new sub-stations.

Delhi’s city-wide transportation link is now being powered with the assistance of two new underground sub-stations, the first of their kind to be used in the city.

“The sub-station, which is six metres below the ground, has already started feeding the Airport Line since June and will provide power supply to the Central Secretariat-Badarpur Line from next month,” said Delhi Metro Rail Corporation director for Electrical Satish Kumar.

There are plans to expand the use of these power stations with the creation of a further nine sites as part of the next phase of the project.

Another form of transport may have grabbed the attention of people departing flights to Delhi earlier this month, as a classic car show was held in the city.

Written by Alex Cochrane

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