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High Speed Metro RRTS Delhi RNE Meerut Line Update

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  • #91

    #91

    Re : High Speed Metro RRTS Delhi RNE Meerut Line Update

    This is not for people, this is an opportunity for politician for making money, so dont worry work will start shortly.

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    • #92

      #92

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      tHEN D.G. Gzb metro would not take so long time(7 years and still work has not been started)

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      • #93

        #93

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        Don't we have vaishali metro in up? It takes time cause govt is there.

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        • #94

          #94

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          Sir vaishali is different. Thatswhy it did not take that much time. When this is regarding proper Ghaziabad, things become different. You see Gzb Metro for example. However I will be happy if I will be proved wrong

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          • #95

            #95

            Re : High Speed Metro RRTS Delhi RNE Meerut Line Update

            For me neither metro nor rrts makes any importance, real boost for gzbd is nh 24 nh 58 link road. I can give it on stamp, once that is done rne and gzbd re rates would be at par of ip/vaishali for sure.

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            • #96

              #96

              Re : High Speed Metro RRTS Delhi RNE Meerut Line Update

              Took 10 years for double line from Ghaziabad to Muzafffarnagar line. Electrification still to be awaited.
              Will take 10 years before proper EMU (Like the one on Aligarh route) to run on this route.

              For RRTS, I would put my money on 2050, not before.

              Originally posted by PULOKITO View Post
              will it start by 2050 ?

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              • #97

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                Yes we know how government works but this project is really different than others and is important to various cities and states. It will be a game changer for NCR. No need to buy small and expensive houses here just be there in ur home town and work here. So in long term, it many not be that much good for property prices here as people will have option now, but it will push prices up in other cities high in NCR. In main cities, we will have less congestion and less stress on stracture...I hope all the states also aware of the seriousness of this project. It is not just metro....So i am hopeful that they will give it a call very soon...

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                • #98

                  #98

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                  By 2050 people would start using tele-portation

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                  • #99

                    #99

                    Re : High Speed Metro RRTS Delhi RNE Meerut Line Update

                    i would say it is not need of hours it is need of decades and they say it will be operational from 2017 so i think it will be operational by 2020

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                    • Re : High Speed Metro RRTS Delhi RNE Meerut Line Update

                      Rapid Rail / High Speed Metro will Cost: Rs 72,000 Crore
                      Anandmahal, Delhi/NCR


                      NEW DELHI: The government’s ambitious plan to connect three major locations in the National Capital Region (NCR) with Delhi through rapid rail would need at least Rs 72,000 crore investment. The urban development ministry submit this before Parliament during the current session as a part of the annual report of NCR Planning Board (NCRPB).

                      The investment has been calculated as per September 2011 prices. Though there is little chance of the rapid rail transit system (RRTS) becoming functional in the next four years, the planning board in its report has mentioned the ridership of these lines starting from 2016. Sources said huge capital investment and from where this amount would come have been major concerns for the government. These have been the main reasons behind the UD ministry still not been able to circulate a Cabinet note for inter-ministerial consultation.

                      There are reports that Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda has talked about treating RRTS as a national project and thereby hinting at the need of the Centre funding the entire project. Sources said such a proposition would be tough and there is a need of states to share the burden to provide better and faster connectivity to people living in these states.

                      The three lines identified would join Delhi with Alwar (via Gurgaon), Meerut (via Ghaziabad) and Panipat (via Sonipat). While Delhi-Alwar would be the longest route covering 180 km, Delhi-Panipat would be 111.2 km and the shortest, Delhi-Meerut, would be 90.2 km.

                      On the lines of Delhi planning to develop transit oriented corridors (TODs) along the exiting Metro lines, the NCRPB also proposes to develop TODs close to the RRTS stretches. TODs allow intensive residential and commercial development. The planning board proposes TODs at three locations on the Delhi-Panipat stretch, nine on Delhi-Alwar corridor and four on Delhi-Meerut line.

                      The projections of ridership suggest that people taking these trains would be close to 22.2 lakh. “There is a need to take a decision fast as we cannot avoid putting a robust inter-city transport system. Any delay would mean that cost would go up further,” said a Haryana government official.

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