The Delhi Metro was the choice of Delhiites trying to reach the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium for the closing ceremony of the Commonwealth Games on Thursday.The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation was responsible for ferrying more than 70 per cent of the total number of spectators. According to official Metro ridership figures, 45,000 people used the Metro to reach the stadium. On Thursday, the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium, Jangpura and Jorbagh Metro stations recorded a total ridership of 45,000 people.The stadium’s Metro station recorded the maximum ridership of 22,000 spectators while 18,000 and 5,000 commuters used the Jangpura and Jorbagh stations respectively. Unlike the day of the opening ceremony, the glitches on the Metro lines were minimal on Thursday. An equal number of people used these stations for getting back to their homes after the closing ceremony.The Delhi Metro had made elaborate arrangements to handle this rush with full support from the Central Industrial Security Force and the Delhi Police. Officials said they ran trains at an all-time high frequency of less than two minutes on the Central Secretariat-Sarita Vihar (Line-6) section.