Central Secretariat metro station

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Central Secretariat
Delhi Metro station
Central Secretariat metro station entrance.JPG
Central Secretariat station entrance
LocationIndia
Coordinates28°36′54″N 77°12′42″E / 28.615042°N 77.211785°E / 28.615042; 77.211785Coordinates: 28°36′54″N 77°12′42″E / 28.615042°N 77.211785°E / 28.615042; 77.211785
Owned byDelhi Metro
Line(s)     Yellow Line
     Violet Line
PlatformsSide platform

Platform-1 → HUDA City Centre
Platform-2 →Samaypur Badli

Platform-3 → Escorts Mujesar
Platform-4 →Kashmere Gate via ITO, Lal Qila
Tracks4
Construction
Structure typeUnderground
Platform levels2
History
Opened3 July 2005 (Yellow Line)
3 October 2010 (Violet Line)
Electrified25 kV 50 Hz AC through overhead catenary
Services
Preceding station   Delhi Metro   Following station
Yellow Line
Violet Line
Location
Central Secretariat is located in Delhi
Central Secretariat
Central Secretariat
Location in Delhi
Central Secretariat is located in India
Central Secretariat
Central Secretariat
Location in India

The Central Secretariat (often abbreviated Central Sectt on platforms and trains) is a Delhi Metro station in Delhi, on the Yellow Line. The Violet Line links it with Badarpur. The station provides a same-level interchange between the two lines.[1] It was the southern terminus of the Yellow line from 2005 to September 2010,[2] and the northern terminus of the Violet Line from 3 October 2010 to 26 June 2014.[3]

Nearby landmarks include Krishi Bhavan, and the Parliament House and Secretariat Building.

Many DTC buses terminate outside the nearby Kendriya Terminal, including the 7 (Kewal Park), 185 (Nathul Pura), 190 (Burari), 260 (Harsh Vihar), 270 (Karawal Nagar), 271 (Jagat Pur Temple) and 581 (Deoli).

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  1. ^ http://www.delhimetrorail.com/press_reldetails.aspx?id=OZixKt2MNIslld
  2. ^ "Station Information". Archived from the original on 19 June 2010. Retrieved 2010-06-26.
  3. ^ "Violet Line Extension". Retrieved 28 September 2014.

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