Metro Advertisement: Advice4MEDIA has exclusively promoting products and services in metro premises in Delhi NCR and other cities in India .The Delhi Metro is a metro system serving Delhi and its satellite cities of Faridabad, Gurgaon, Noida,Greater Noida and Ghaziabad in National Capital Region in India. Delhi Metro is the world’s 12th largest metro system in terms of both length and number of stations. A member of the Nova Group of Metros, the network consists of five color-coded regular lines and the faster Airport Express line, with a total length of 213 kilometers (132mi). Serving160 stations(including 6 on Airport Express line).The system has a mix of underground, at-grade, and elevated stations using both broad-gauge and standard-gauge In the Asian areas of India, the transportation networks are well established with railways that allow a means of commuting or going shopping by train, with less delay than driving a car. This situation is unique among the Asian countries. The users of Indian Metro, which connects areas in the city of Delhi NCR, include various people such as business people, employee, students and tourists. Delhi Metro is a closed environment of train interiors and train stations that are underground where the scenery is blocked. Therefore, advertisements tend to be seen easily and media contact rate is high. Clients can select from different types of advertising media according to their needs such as digital signage that transmits image advertisements inside the trains and pillars in the stations, hanging posters and stickers inside a train, concentrated display in a station and advertising posters in a station, large-sized boards, etc.
More than 25,00,000+ passengers are traveling in metro on daily basis .Currently, Delhi Metro has about 220 trains of four, six and eight coaches totaling 1,290 coaches. It is further planning to add 421 more coaches on the existing route before the completion of phase 3. During the financial year 2015, DMRC on an average pressed 1,083 coaches in an hour (during peak hour), in 2012–13, the number was 819. On an average trains make 2,880 trips per day