Bombardier Transportation was awarded the 30 million euro contract to supply its signalling and train control system for both lines 5 and 6 of Delhi Metro in September 2007 by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd.
Line 5, which runs from Mundka to Inderlok features 14 stations on 15.2 kilometres of fully elevated track and one depot at Mundka, which is controlled by the new generation (Release 4)EBI Lock 950 computer-based interlocking systems, andCITYFLO 350 fixed block solution for 37 kilometres of doubletrack.
These routes combined cover 38.6 kilometres and represent more than 30% of the Delhi Metro phase II expansion, which extends the existing network to cover all major destinations in the East-West and North-South corridors of this important city and will transport around 4 million passengers every day. The route from Mundka to Inderlok represents the first phase in the comprehensive development of Lines 5 and 6. Line 5 and was opened on 2 April 2010 featuringCITYFLO 350 and line 6 was opened on the 4th October 2010 in time for the Commonwealth Games in Delhi. The Delhi Metro network is now 153 km long with 130 stations in operation.
Products included in this project are: