Soon there will be Metro Line that Connects Delhi Metro to Bahadurgarh by December 2016. The project will have a route length of 11.182 km and a cost of Rs. 1991 crore. Haryana would contribute Rs. 787.96 crore.
There are seven stations on Metro Line – Mundka Industrial Area, Ghewra, Tikri Kalan, Tikri border (all in Delhi), Modern industrial estate, bus stand and city park Bahadurgarh (in Haryana) from Mundka to Bahadurgarh. The travel time from Bahadurgarh (city park) to Mundka would be now 20 minutes while it would take about 45 minutes up to Inderlok and about 50 minutes up to Kirti nagar in Delhi.
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) began preparation work on Bahadurgarh Metro Rail Project in May 2013 and aim to have contractors start in August 2013.
Length 11.182 km (Elevated). Total stations 7 (Elevated). Progress of civil works up to May 2016 is 77.99%. The line is targeted for completion in December 2016.