Laxmi Nagar Metro Station | Map and Distance

Laxmi Nagar metro station, a vital stop on Delhi’s Blue Line, pulsates with the energy of its diverse ridership. Opened in 2010, it caters to a vibrant mix of students, professionals, and residents, making it one of the network’s busiest stations. Located in the eponymous neighborhood, known for its educational institutions and bustling markets, the station serves as a convenient gateway to various destinations across the city.

  • Location: Vikas Marg, Delhi 110092
  • Coordinates: 28°37′50.146″N 77°16′39.371″E
  • Line: Blue Line
  • Platforms: 2 side platforms (Platform 1: Vaishali, Platform 2: Dwarka Sector 21)
  • Tracks: 2
  • Structure: Elevated
  • Platform Levels: 2
  • Accessibility: Yes
  • Opened: January 6, 2010
  • Electrification: 25 kV 50 Hz AC through overhead catenary
  • Average Daily Passengers (Jan 2015): 41,262
  • Average Monthly Passengers (Jan 2015): 1,279,123
Preceding stationFollowing station
Yamuna Bank towards Dwarka Sector 21Nirman Vihar towards Vaishali
Laxmi Nagar metro station


Platform layout: Two side platforms (one for each direction)

  • Doors open on the left
  • Disabled access is available on both platforms

Platforms: Platform 1: Eastbound towards Vaishali (next station: Nirman Vihar)

  • Platform 2: Westbound towards Dwarka Sector 21 (next station: Yamuna Bank)

Concourse (L1):Fare control, station agent

  • Metro Card vending machines
  • Crossover between platforms

Street Level (G): Station entrance/exit

Facilities: Two ATMs

Connections: Nearby metro feeder bus stand connects to Red Line and New Ashok Nagar

Map of Laxmi Nagar metro station

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