The HUDA City Centre station in the Delhi Metro is now known as “Gurugram City Centre.”
According to officials on Monday, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) would rename the HUDA City Centre metro station on the Yellow Line as “Gurugram City Centre,” emphasising that it is located in Gurugram, Haryana.
The HUDA City Centre Metro station on the Yellow Line will henceforth be known as Gurugram City Centre, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) announced in a tweet. As a result, a procedure has been started to gradually alter the name on all official papers, signage, announcements, etc.
According to sources, the Centre and the Haryana government both requested that the station be given a new name.
The 28.5-kilometer-long metro corridor in Gurugram between HUDA City Centre and Cyber City was approved by the Public Investment Board last year.
Sanjeev Kaushal, the chief secretary of Haryana, praised the staff at the Haryana Mass Rapid Transport Corporation for their efforts in securing the project’s approval from the Board.
He claimed that it would provide the people of Haryana, particularly those residing in Gurugram and its surroundings, with an effective and environmentally sustainable transportation system.
As a result, there would be constant communication between Gurugram and the Indira Gandhi International Airport.