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DELHI METRO Safety Guidelines

IN AN EVACUATION (do the following)


Locate the nearest accessible exit including emergency doors and windows.
Look around before you exit from the transit vehicle or facility to avoid hazards like smoke, debris or unusual substances.
Report any hazards or unusual substances to Metro's emergency personnel.
Offer assistance to people who need help. Children, the elderly and disabled individuals may require help during an evacuation.


Pay attention to announcements.
Listen and remain calm
Follow instructions from Metro employees and emergency personnel.


Move quickly towards safety (left behind large or unwieldy objects like suitcases, strollers and heavy items).
If evacuation is not possible through normal doors, use emergency doors or windows to exit safely.
Be on the lookout for hazards and people to help. Listen to transit employees and emergency personne as you leave the area.

Transit Evacuation

Safety and security are critical issues to passengers and transit employees alike. Various aspects of daily life and travel involve some risks. However, making a ride safe and secure depends on the combined effort of both passengers and the staff. An emergency evacuation is rare. However, under certain circumstances, passengers may need to be evacuated as a safety precaution or to avoid danger.

Police emergencies, natural disasters (flood, earthquakes etc.), fires and collisions are among various situations that require quick thinking and action for avoiding potential dangers. In the unlikely event where an evacuation is required, it is very important to remain calm and listen to announcements and instrutions from uniformed officials.

During an evacuation, remember the basics : Look, Listen and Leave.

*Source: Delhi Metro Print Material

Offences within Metro Premises and Penalties



Drunkenness or nuisance on Metro Railway

Fine upto Rs 500/- and forfeiture of ticket/passess he's holding

Maliciously hurting or attempt to hurt passengers on Metro Railway

Life imprisonment or imprisonment upto 10 years

Endangering passenger safety by rash or negligent act or omission

imprisonment upto 1 year or fine or both

Endangering passenger safety by willful act or omission

Imprisonment upto 7 years



Carrying offensive material

Fine upto Rs. 500/

Carrying dangerous material

Imprisonment upto 4 years and fine upto Rs. 5000/-



Demonstration, sticking posters, unauthorized graffiti

Imprisonment upto 6 months or fine upto Rs. 1000/- or both

Unauthorized entry

Imprisonment upto 3 months or fine upto Rs 250/- or both

Walking on the metro track

Improsonment upto 6 months or fine upto Rs 500/- or both

Unauthorized selling on Metro Railway

Fine upto Rs 500/- or improsonment upto 6 months

Unauthorized sale of tickets

Improsonment upto 3 months or fine upto Rs 500/- or both

Obstructing metro operations

Improsonment upto 4 years or fine upto Rs 5000/- or both

Obstructing a Metro official from his duties

Imprisonment upto 1 year or fine upto Rs 1000/- or both



Traveling withoutticket or beyond authorized distance

Imprisonment upto 1 month or fine upto Rs 50/- or both

Needless interference with means of communication, misuse of alarm

Imprisonment upto 1 years of fine upto Rs 1000/- or both

Defacing public notices

Imprisonment upto 2 months or fine upto Rs 250/- or both

Wrecking trains, track and acts of subotage

Life imprisonment or rigrous imprisonment upto 10 yars or death sentence

Damage to Metro Railways property

Imprisonment upto 10 years

False claim of compensation

Imprisonment upto 3 yars or fine or both



Arrest without a Warrant


Drunkenness or nuisance on Metro Railway

Carrying dangerious material

Endangering passenger safety by Metro official

Endangering passgner safety by willful act or omission


Delhi Metro Phase III

Sources in the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) confirmed that the redesigned alignment had been decided, with the Yamuna Vihar-Mukundpur corridor being the longest one. In fact, when completed, this corridor will be the longest line in the entire Delhi Metro network, covering 55.9km. The Yamuna Vihar-Mukundpur corridor will have major stations at Mukundpur, Rajouri Garden — which will also be an interchange station — Dhaula Kuan, Anand Vihar — yet another interchange station — culminating in Yamuna Vihar. Read More»

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No Pets
No Eatable
No Littering
No Spitting
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