India's first driverless metro is now able to speed abreast of the Magenta Line of the capital Delhi from Today. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will flag off the country's first driverless Metro on the Delhi Metro's Magenta Line on Today . Not only this, PM Modi also will start the National Common Mobility Card (NCMC) service on the Airport Express line.
With this initiative, Delhi Metro will join seven metro networks of the planet where a driverless train is being run. Trains with no driver are going to be fully automated, requiring minimal human intervention. An assistant are going to be deployed within the metro, who won't be a driver, but will only be present to assist the people.
Due to the automated metro, it'll take less time, also because the possibility of human error also decreases. After this, the metro also will attempt to broaden this project. The long magenta line at 37 km was launched from the start with driverless feature, after which it's now being completely driverless. After this, the Pink Line also will be made driverless soon.
On Monday, Prime Minister Modi won't only introduce a driverless metro but also will introduce the National Common Mobility Card, which is additionally a serious achievement of the fully operational National Common Mobility Card on the Airport Metro. a person holding a open-end credit can travel on the Airport Express line using that card. This facility are going to be available on the whole Delhi Metro network by the year 2022. The advantage of this is often that with one card, passengers are going to be ready to travel within the metro of any city of the country.