Delhi Metro is set to get its new highest point at 28 m in the network as part of Phase-4 work, which will dislodge Dhaula Kuan’s position where the viaduct passes at 23.6 m.
Presently, the highest point is at Dhaula Kuan, where the Delhi Metro’s Pink Line viaduct passes at a height of 23.6 m as high as a seven-storey building.
At Haiderpur Badli Mor, the viaduct level is going to be at 28 m, the highest in the history of Delhi Metro.
The new viaduct is part of the 28.92 km long Janakpuri West-R K Ahsram Marg corridor, an extension of Magenta Line that will come up with 22 stations. Of this, 21.18 km of the corridor will be elevated and 7.74 km will be underground.
Construction work on this particular section had started in December 2019.