Nangloi Metro Station | Map, Distance, and Location

nangloi metro station

Nangloi Metro Station, a vital hub in Delhi’s Green Line network, pulsates with life in West Delhi. In 2010, this elevated station seamlessly connected passengers to destinations like Kirti Nagar and Brigadier Hoshiyar Singh while offering easy access to the nearby Nangloi Railway Station.

  • Location: Kirari Extension 2, JJ Colony No 1, Nangloi, New Delhi, Delhi 110041
  • Coordinates: 28°40′56.6″N 77°3′52.9″E
  • Owner: Delhi Metro Rail Corporation
  • Line: Green Line
  • Platform Type: Side platform
  • Platform 1: Towards Brigadier Hoshiyar Singh
  • Platform 2: Towards Inderlok / Kirti Nagar
  • Tracks: 2
  • Construction Type: Elevated
  • Platform Levels: 2
  • Parking: Available
  • Accessibility: Yes

Additional Information:

  • Station code: NNOI
  • Opened: April 2, 2010
  • Electrification: 25 kV 50 Hz AC through overhead catenary
  • Average Daily Passengers (Jan 2015): 14,987
  • Average Monthly Passengers (Jan 2015): 464,583
Preceding stationFollowing station
Nangloi Railway Station towards Brigadier Hoshiyar SinghThe following station
nangloi metro station

Station layout

This station has two side platforms:

  • Platform 1: Westbound towards Brigadier Hoshiyar Singh (next station: Nangloi Railway Station).
  • Platform 2: Eastbound towards Inderlok / Kirti Nagar (next station: Maharaja Surajmal Stadium).

Both platforms have doors opening on the left and disabled access.

Other Levels:

  • L1 (Concourse): Fare control, station agent, Metro Card vending machines, and a crossover to switch platforms.
  • G (Street Level): Exit and entrance.

Map of Nangloi metro station

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