NEW DELHI: Delhi Metro has registered its highest-ever ridership of 20,94,067 on June 11 – an increase of 10,312 commuters from last year’s 20,83,755. The average daily ridership has also gone up from 17.88 lakh in May to 19.02 lakh till mid-June, said Delhi Metro Rail Corporation on Wednesday. The Metro has crossed the 20-lakh mark in ridership six times in June, the DMRC spokesperson said. Officials also said that to cater to this increasing traffic, the number of token counters has been increased in major stations and additional customer facilitation assistants have also been deployed. “DMRC will also install more than 200 automatic fare collection (AFC) gates at different stations,” said a spokesperson. The new AFC gates will come up at important stations like Kashmere Gate, Noida City Centre, Noida Sector 15, Dilshad Garden and Laxmi Nagar.