Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Friday met Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu and discussed various issues ranging from focusing on better utilisation of the Ring Rail network to construction of railway overbridges and underpasses in the capital.
Kejriwal said it has been decided to form a committee comprising railway and Delhi Metro officials to help make the Ring Rail system operational. He added that the government will initiate talks with the Metro to integrate its stations with ring rail.
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Earlier, Transport Minister Gopal Rai had written to Prabhu to develop stations of Ring Rail as it would be a boost for public transport.
The nearly 35 km-long circular rail network in the national capital was introduced in 1975 and has 21 stations.