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DMRC launches India’s first UPI-based cashless parking

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Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has launched India’s first FASTag or Unified Payments Interface (UPI)-based parking facility to reduce the time for entry and payment. The facility was launched at the Kashmere Gate metro station. As part of the Multi-Model Integration (MMI) initiative, dedicated Intermediate Public Transport (IPT) lanes for autos, taxis and r-Rickshaws were also inaugurated at the station.

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Facilities provided:

  • The facility can accommodate 55 four-wheelers and 174 two-wheelers. The entry and exit and payment of 4-wheelers can be done through the FASTag.
  • The parking fee will be deducted through FASTag, which will reduce the time for entry and payment. Only the vehicles with FASTag will be allowed to park in this facility.
  • The entry for 2-wheelers can be done only by swiping the DMRC smart card.
  • The smart card swipe is used only for registering the time of entry and exit and fare calculation and no money will be deducted from the card.
  • The parking fee can be paid via UPI apps by scanning the QR Code.

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