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Blog Entry# 904986
Posted: Nov 13 2013 (11:40)

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Last Response: Nov 16 2013 (21:31)
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Nov 13 2013 (11:40)   NDLS/New Delhi (16 PFs)

The Rail Mail™*^~   48173 blog posts   18569 correct pred (69% accurate)
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If You live or Have to go towards Vaishali/Noida city center (Blue Line Metro) and your train coming from Ghaziabad/ GZB or Faridabad side then i have a tip that will save time to avoid interchange from yellow line to blue line at Rajiv chowk.
Most of the trains halts at Shivaji bridge station coming from gzb side, which is outer of NDLS. Leave your train here and cross the line using FOB and catch Metro from Barakhamba Road (blue line) directly. (Distance: 200 mtr).

Nov 16 2013 (00:57)
Railfan Z*^   11758 blog posts   2590 correct pred (84% accurate)
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Even otherwise, if your train halts at Shivaji Bridge, get down and walk to the main road. Most of the buses to major destinations go through the "Super Bazar" Bus stop which is right there. Otherwise autos are also available.

Nov 16 2013 (21:31)
The Rail Mail™*^~   48173 blog posts   18569 correct pred (69% accurate)
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I used to leave my train at Shivaji only.. coz to reach Barakhamba road is just 15min away by walk and if i will go via NDLS metro and change over, it will take 45min mostly also a long travel and token/Card line at NDLS metro Station remain heavy.
For entering NDLS outer caution at Shivaji is 10-15.. so a young person can leave train easily having a single bagpack.
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