Delhi metro has become a backbone of transportation system of national capital as a large number of commuters travel in it on daily basis. Reaching from one place to another has now become quite easy with metro. Sitting in metro inside air conditioning coaches makes the entire journey less exhausted. Keeping eye to cover a major part of Delhi NCR, Delhi metro has come up with its Phase II project that covers Mundka to Inderlok and Kirti Nagar. It also covers Badarpur to Mandi House. In Phase II, Delhi metro covers many busy areas of Delhi and also connects many parts of NCR to Delhi. With the present successful metro I and II projects in the capital city, it’s running on an amazing path. These plans have been further made for Delhi Metro Phase 3 that will take the metro all around the whole city. The Government has its objective to extend all the service to various parts of the city as there are numerous of people who need to commute to several parts of the country. Being a large city, it is an essential need of the people of Delhi to have best kind of transport system. Delhi metro’s new Phase III is almost 105 km network and most of its concerned plans are now ready. The plans are to now going to cover Yamuna Vihar-Mukundpur corridor, which will be considered as the longest line in the whole Delhi Metro network that will almost cover all around 55.9 kms. The other major stations on this route will be following as Mukundpur, Rajouri Garden, Dhaula Kaua, Anand Vihar and culminate at Yamuna Vihar.