Delhi, known for its bustling metro system, has just elevated the convenience of its commuters.
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has unveiled an innovative update that promises to make ticket purchasing faster and smoother.
Thanks to a recent collaboration between DMRC and the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC), a game-changing Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) has been signed, paving the way for QR code-based ticketing within the Delhi Metro service through the IRCTC portal.
Redefining the Commuting Experience: Quick Access to Delhi Metro Tickets via IRCTC App
For travelers accustomed to using the IRCTC website for train, flight, and bus bookings, here’s a welcome development: purchasing QR code-based Delhi Metro tickets is now as simple as a few taps.
By utilizing IRCTC’s Electronic Reservation Slip (ERS) and paying a nominal fee of Rs 5, you can effortlessly sidestep long queues, ensuring a hassle-free metro experience.
Strategic Partnership: IRCTC and DMRC Join Forces for Enhanced Travel Convenience
An official statement has confirmed that passengers availing DMRC services can now effortlessly secure their Metro QR code tickets via the IRCTC app.
The partnership between IRCTC and Delhi DMRC underlines their commitment to enhancing passenger services.
With a strategic focus on streamlining travel, the introduction of QR code-based ticketing for DMRC through the IRCTC portal is a significant step forward.
This initiative aligns with the ‘One India-One Ticket’ approach, as demonstrated by the recently signed MoU between IRCTC and DMRC.
Improved Accessibility for Pink Line Passengers
Notably, Delhi Metro has also rolled out enhancements catering to Pink Line passengers, particularly those frequenting Sarojini Nagar Metro Station.
With the aim of managing the escalating weekend footfall, the DMRC has introduced additional entry and exit points at the station.
These changes aim to minimize queue time for passengers, enhancing overall commuting efficiency.
In a city where efficient transport is of paramount importance, the introduction of QR code-based ticketing through the IRCTC app is set to revolutionize the way Delhiites navigate the metro system.
This collaboration between DMRC and IRCTC stands as a testament to their dedication to providing seamless travel experiences under the ‘One India-One Ticket’ initiative.