You can find on this page the New Delhi trains map to print and to download in PDF. The New Delhi trains map presents the rail network and railway stations of the trains of New Delhi in India.
A large number of local passenger trains connect Delhi to its sub-urban areas and thus provide convenient travel for daily commuters (see New Delhi train map). Railways also share a large amount of freight traffic in Delhi.

New Delhi rail map

Map of New Delhi trains

The New Delhi rails map shows all the railway stations and lines of New Delhi trains. This railway map of New Delhi will allow you to easily plan your route with the trains of New Delhi in India. The New Delhi rails map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Rail based transport in the city has started to gain-popularity with the introduction of Delhi Metro as its mentioned in New Delhi rail map. Ring-Railway, which runs parallel to the Ring-Road system is another rail-based intra-city transport facility in Delhi. Ring railway is a circular rail network in Delhi, which runs parallel to the Ring Road and was conceived during the Asian Games of 1982. The system is not popular amongst people and a total failure as far as public transport is considered. The major reasons for failure of the system are lack of proper connectivity, less population density in areas of reach. The network is now utilized as a freight corridor and limited passenger train services are available during peak hours.

Delhi is connected to whole of the nation through Indian Railways vast network as its shown in New Delhi rail map. New Delhi Railway Station which is one of the most busiest stations in Indian Railway system serves as headquarter of Northern Railways. A large load of inter-state transport is borne by railways. Major railway stations in the city include New Delhi Railway Station, Old Delhi Railway Station, Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station, Sarai Rohilla and Anand Vihar Railway Terminal. A large number of local passenger trains connect Delhi to its sub-urban areas and thus provide convenient travel for daily commuters. Railways also share a large amount of freight traffic in Delhi.

Upgrading of New Delhi and Old Delhi railway stations of Northern Railways. Expansion of existing Delhi Metro network, including a super-fast Delhi Airport Express Line having maximum speed of 135 km/h line to connect to IGI Airport as you can see in New Delhi rail map. Introduction of Monorail (45 km) and Light Rail Transit has been aborted till 2010. Anand Vihar Railway Terminal (about to be completed) to reduce the train loads over Old Delhi Station and New Delhi Railway Station. Besides that the station will also serve the densely populated Eastern part of Delhi, along with the neighbouring suburbs of Ghaziabad and Noida. A high-speed rail link that would link New Delhi with Kunming, China via Myanmar.