Saket Metro Station | Map

Saket metro station

Nestled on the bustling Yellow Line of the Delhi Metro, Saket Metro Station serves as a vital transit hub for the city’s southern reaches. Opened in 2010, it’s the final underground stop before the line emerges above ground. Whether you’re seeking the vibrant shopping havens of Select Citywalk or the serene landscapes of the Garden of Five Senses, Saket Station offers a convenient starting point.

  • Location: Sainik Farm, New Delhi, India
  • Coordinates: 28°31’13.77 N, 77°12’5.53 E
  • Owner: Delhi Metro
  • Operator: Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC)
  • Line(s): Yellow Line
  • Platform: Island platform
  • Platform 1: Towards HUDA City Centre
  • Platform 2: Towards Samaypur Badli
  • Tracks: 2
  • Construction: Underground, double-track
  • Platform levels: 2
  • Parking: Available
  • Accessibility: Yes (staffed, operational)
  • Station code: SAK
  • History: Opened September 3, 2010
  • Electrification: 25 kV 50 Hz AC through overhead catenary
Preceding stationThe following station
Malviya Nagar towards Samaypur BadliQutab Minar towards HUDA City Centre
Saket metro station

Station layout

  • Gate No. 1 is located near Vidya Niketan School on M.B. Road, towards the station’s north side. It serves commuters from Select City Mall, PVR Anupam, and IGNOU Centre.
  • Gate No. 2 is located near the Metro Parking Lot towards the station’s south side on M.B. Road. This gate caters to commuters from Said-Ul-Ajaib, Lado Sarai Village, and Garden of Five Senses visitors.
  • Gate No. 3 is located near D-Block, Saket (opposite DDA Park) and mainly serves the colony’s residents and visitors to the CISF Canton facility adjacent to it.

The station has two platforms:

  • Platform 1 is southbound towards HUDA City Centre. The next station on this line is Qutab Minar.
  • Platform 2 is northbound towards Samaypur Badli. The next station on this line is Malviya Nagar.

The station has the following facilities:

  • Fare control
  • Station agent
  • Ticket/token counters
  • Shops
  • ATMs (HDFC Bank, Yes Bank, SBI)
  • Disabled access

Map of Saket metro station

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