Delhi Metro, which has become the lifeline of millions of passengers of Delhi-NCR, is going to be a big and important change. After this, passengers will be able to travel on metro trains by paying by debit and credit card. In such a situation, having a metro card will also get rid of. In order to be equipped with modern services, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has been trying to upgrade the automatic fair collection system. DMRC has also issued a tender for this. As soon as this is complete, passengers will be able to pay for the journey on the Delhi Metro trains with credit card or debit card. This facility is very suitable for travelers who prefer to pay by debit or credit cart.
It is believed that this work will start in less than 2 years. The ticketing machine will also be integrated with the POS machine, which will also make it easier to recharge smart cards with debit and credit cards. After getting this facility, metro passengers will get rid of having smart cards. In return, passengers will be able to use debit and credit cards to pay the fare. Let us know that most people use debit or credit card only for shopping, it is a relief news for them. Delhi Metro has created 32 zones in view of Metro network fares, it will be increased to 64.
The Delhi Metro is now also replacing the old Automatic Fair Collection Gate. About 600 AFC gates are being replaced. New Delhi and Chandni Chowk are the stations with maximum AFC gate in Delhi Metro, where 44 AFC gates are installed. People will also get modern services here.
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation is doing this exercise keeping in mind the convenience and convenience of the people in future. This is the reason that the automatic fair collection system is being upgraded in view of Metro Phase 4 K3 Corridor. It is believed that there is a preparation to integrate it with Point of sale.