HUDA City Centre metro station’s name replaced with Millennium City Centre


The HUDA City Centre metro station based in Gurgaon will now be known as Millennium City Centre, as stated in an announcement by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) officials on the 3rd of July.

Earlier, DMRC asserted that the HUDA City Centre metro station will be called Gurugram City Centre and later in the evening they again amended the name. Taking to Twitter, DMRC has posted a tweet regarding the announcement that read, “In reference to our earlier tweet regarding the renaming of the HUDA City Centre Metro station, this is to inform that the full name of the station will read as Millennium City Centre Gurugram.”

The station comes under the Yellow Metro Line which is a connecting point for Central, South and North Delhi to Gurgaon. The officials have even informed us that the process is undertaken for changing the name and soon after the mandatory documents and signage, it will be successful.


According to the sources, the change in name was recommended by the Haryana Mass Rapid Transport Corporation Limited. It is not the first time that DMRC has changed the names of the stations, in 2016 the name of Race Course Road Station was replaced by Lok Kalyan Marg Station. Then in 2019, the station on the busy blue line, Pragati Maidan metro station was changed to the Supreme Court metro station after the request was conveyed by the court.

The names of the station are usually changed if there is a change in the name of the area or to represent certain distinct landmarks. Stations are also changed to renowned personalities’ names, in order to give tribute to them.