High Speed Metro (RRTS) Progress Report for Delhi - RNE - Meerut Route

ब्रॉडगेज पर दौड़ेगी हाईस्पीड ट्रेन
27 May 2011, 0400 hrs IST

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गाजियाबाद
निजामुद्दीन ( नई दिल्ली ) से मेरठ के पल्लवपुरम तक हाईस्पीड ट्रेन ब्रॉडगेज पर दौड़ेगी। आरआरटीएस ( रैपिड रेल ट्रांसपोर्ट सिस्टम ) की सीआरसी ( कंसल्टेंसी रिव्यू कमिटी ) की बैठक में यह फैसला किया गया। बैठक में बोगी के स्टैंडर्ड , इंटरनल डिजाइन , स्टेशन के साइज और डिजाइन पर भी मंथन हुआ। प्रस्ताव आया कि कोच की लंबाई 26 मीटर रखी जाए और यह एल्युमिनियम का बना हो। बोगी में कॉमन एसी हो। आरआरटीएस टास्क फोर्स की बैठक में प्लान फाइनल होगा। दिल्ली में हुई इस बैठक में मेट्रो प्रोजेक्ट कंसल्टेंट कंपनी , हाईस्पीड ट्रेन कंसल्टेंसी कंपनी के इंजीनियरों और सीआरसी अफसरों ने हिस्सा लिया।

ये तय हुआ
लगातार कई घंटे चली बैठक में हाईस्पीड ट्रेन के इंजन साइज , कोच , स्टेशन , कोच में सीटिंग डिजाइन पर बातचीत हुई। बैठक में सबसे महत्वपूर्ण फैसला यह हुआ कि हाईस्पीड ट्रेन ब्रॉडगेज पर दौड़ेगी। ट्रेन की बोगी एल्युमिनियम से बनी होगी। इसमें कॉमन एसी होगा , 2 ट्रेनों को मेन स्टेशन से छोड़ते वक्त कम से कम 5 या 5.5 किलोमीटर का अंतर होना चाहिए। इन सभी पॉइंट पर टेक्निकल कमिटी और कंसल्टेंसी कंपनी की एक राय बनी।

ये हैं प्रस्ताव
फिलहाल यह तय नहीं हो पाया है कि हाईस्पीड ट्रेन में कितने कोच होंगे। बैठक में 6 और 9 बोगी का प्रस्ताव आया है। कोच के साइज पर भी आखिरी फैसला नहीं किया जा सका। वैसे रेलवे के कोच 24 मीटर लंबे और 3.7 मीटर चौड़े हैं। हाईस्पीड ट्रेन के कोच को 26 मीटर लंबा और 3.7 मीटर चौड़ा बनाने का प्रपोजल है। कोच का डिजाइन फाइनल होने के बाद ही स्टेशन का डिजाइन फाइनल होगा। अभी यह भी तय नहीं हो पाया कि कोच में कितनी सीट होगी। 2 और प्रस्ताव कमिटी के सामने पेश हुए। पहले प्रस्ताव में ट्रेन में 64 सीट और दूसरे प्रस्ताव में 115 सीट डिजाइन करने की बात कही गई है। कोच का इंटरनल मेट्रो कोच की तरह होगा। इसमें टॉयलेट फैसिलिटी नहीं होगी और खड़े होने के लिए हैंड हैंडल होंगे।

नहीं यूज होगी कोई नई टेक्नॉलजी
सीआरसी की टेक्निकल कमिटी के मिनट्स तैयार कर उसे टास्क फोर्स की बैठक में पेश किया जाएगा। बैठक में कंसल्टेंसी कंपनी और अन्य टेक्निकल कमिटी में शामिल इंजीनियरों से कहा गया कि हाईस्पीड ट्रेन में किसी भी नई तकनीक का प्रयोगात्मक यूज नहीं किया जाएगा। प्रायोगिक तकनीक ही हाईस्पीड ट्रेन में यूज होगी। सीआरसी के मिनट्स को जल्द ही दिल्ली में होनी वाली आरआरटीएस टास्क फोर्स की बैठक पेश किया जाएगा। हाईस्पीड ट्रेन का रूट पहले ही फाइनल हो चुका है।
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  • Originally Posted by maxcapri
    बसंतपुर सैतली में बनेगा हाईस्पीड यार्ड
    story update : Sunday, june 17, 2012 12:20 am
    मुरादनगर। हाईस्पीड ट्रेन प्रोजेक्ट ने स्पीड पकड़ ली है। मुरादनगर के गांव बसंतपुर सैतली में हाईस्पीड ट्रेन यार्ड बनाने की कार्रवाई शुरू हो गई। एनसीआर प्लानिंग बोर्ड की टीम ने शनिवार को बसंतपुर सैतली का सर्वे किया। यार्ड के लिए इस गांव की 37 हेक्टेयर जमीन का अधिग्रहण किया जाना है। रीजनल रैपिड ट्रांजिट सिस्टम (आरआरटीएस) परियोजना के तहत दिल्ली-गाजियाबाद मेरठ क ोरिडोर तैयार किया जा रहा है। हाईस्पीड ट्रेन आनंद विहार से गाजियाबाद होते हुए मेरठ जाएगी। एनसीआर प्लानिंग बोर्ड ने जनवरी में गाजियाबाद के बसंतपुर सैतली और मेरठ के मोदीपुरम में हाईस्पीड ट्रेन यार्ड बनाने का फैसला किया था। बसंतपुर सैतली यार्ड में 10 ट्रेन खड़ी हो सकेंगी। शनिवार को एनसीआर प्लानिंग बोर्ड की सर्वे टीम बसंतपुर सैतली पहुंच गई। टीम ने किसानों से बातचीत की। टीम प्रभारी सुभाशीष ने ग्रामीणों की मांगें उच्चाधिकारियों तक पहुंचाने की बात कही। ग्राम प्रधान कुंती त्यागी ने बताया कि गांव की जमीन पर रेल डिपो बनने से गांव में विकास होगा।


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  • RAPID HIGH SPEED METRO CONNECT TO CAPITAL
    Feasibility study of alignments from Delhi to Alwar, Meerut and Panipat already submitted
    Rumu Banerjee | Times Of India | 11 Sep 2012

    Travelling to Delhi from neighbouring towns of Panipat, Meerut and Alwar is all set to get easier, with the ambitious regional rapid transit system inching towards reality.

    The feasibility study of the project, proposed by the urban development ministry and National Capital Region Planning Board (NCRPB), is ready. The cabinet note on National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC), the special purpose vehicle that will execute the project, has been put up along with a note to the ministry's expenditure finance committee.

    Delhi Integrated Multi-modal Transit System (DIMTS), which is preparing the detailed project report for two of the alignments — the Delhi-Panipat and Delhi-Meerut lines, says the basic framework for the project is ready along with the fare structure. “The feasibility study also chalks out the financial structure of the project, along with the structure of NCRTC,” said a DIMTS spokesperson.

    According to officials, the states involved in the project, Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan, have agreed on the equity amount to be contributed by each to the corpus for NCRTC, 50% of which will come from the Centre. “The Planning Commission has also approved the project in principle,” said a senior official from NCRPB. National Highways Authority of India has also given the goahead to the Delhi-Panipat section, added the official.

    The three alignments will connect these NCR towns to the capital through high-speed trains. “The trains will operate at a speed of 60kmph, and will run on broad gauge. Unlike the Metro, which has stations at a distance of one-two km, these alignments will have stations at a distance of five-10km,” said the DIMTS spokesperson.

    Bigger coaches as well as luggage space will be the hallmarks of the trains, which will initially consist of three coaches. The fare, according to DIMTS, will be around Re 1 per km, with the Meerut line costing Rs 90 while the ticket for the 111km Delhi-Panipat line costing Rs 100. The most expensive will be the 180km Delhi-Alwar line at Rs 193. The fare will be graded according to the distance of the station from the originating point. According to the feasibility study, the frequency of the trains will be five minutes.

    “The idea is to reduce the congestion on the road by tapping the two- and four-wheelers and buses,” said the DIMTS official. According to a 2007 survey, over a crore vehicles travel through Delhi every day. “With the high-speed corridors in place, the cost-benefit will be huge, in terms of fuel, highway, pollution, capital and time. There will be a benefit of 31% to Delhi,” said the spokesperson.

    The 111km Delhi-Panipat alignment, which starts from ISBT Kashmere Gate, will reach the IOCL plant in 74 minutes. The 90km Delhi-Meerut line from ISBT Sarai Kale Khan will go to Modipuram in 62 minutes while the Delhi-Alwar line will start from ISBT Kashmere Gate and cover 180km in 117 minutes.

    The government is also planning to develop pockets of real estate along the high-speed rail corridors, said DIMTS officials. “The development will be based on the transit-oriented development concept, with emphasis on high-density residential and commercial projects in these areas. The access to the rapid rail corridor is the backbone of this development,” said the official.

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  • Originally Posted by saurabh2011
    RAPID HIGH SPEED METRO CONNECT TO CAPITAL
    Feasibility study of alignments from Delhi to Alwar, Meerut and Panipat already submitted
    Rumu Banerjee | Times Of India | 11 Sep 2012

    Travelling to Delhi from neighbouring towns of Panipat, Meerut and Alwar is all set to get easier, with the ambitious regional rapid transit system inching towards reality.

    The feasibility study of the project, proposed by the urban development ministry and National Capital Region Planning Board (NCRPB), is ready. The cabinet note on National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC), the special purpose vehicle that will execute the project, has been put up along with a note to the ministry's expenditure finance committee.

    Delhi Integrated Multi-modal Transit System (DIMTS), which is preparing the detailed project report for two of the alignments — the Delhi-Panipat and Delhi-Meerut lines, says the basic framework for the project is ready along with the fare structure. “The feasibility study also chalks out the financial structure of the project, along with the structure of NCRTC,” said a DIMTS spokesperson.

    According to officials, the states involved in the project, Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan, have agreed on the equity amount to be contributed by each to the corpus for NCRTC, 50% of which will come from the Centre. “The Planning Commission has also approved the project in principle,” said a senior official from NCRPB. National Highways Authority of India has also given the goahead to the Delhi-Panipat section, added the official.

    The three alignments will connect these NCR towns to the capital through high-speed trains. “The trains will operate at a speed of 60kmph, and will run on broad gauge. Unlike the Metro, which has stations at a distance of one-two km, these alignments will have stations at a distance of five-10km,” said the DIMTS spokesperson.

    Bigger coaches as well as luggage space will be the hallmarks of the trains, which will initially consist of three coaches. The fare, according to DIMTS, will be around Re 1 per km, with the Meerut line costing Rs 90 while the ticket for the 111km Delhi-Panipat line costing Rs 100. The most expensive will be the 180km Delhi-Alwar line at Rs 193. The fare will be graded according to the distance of the station from the originating point. According to the feasibility study, the frequency of the trains will be five minutes.

    “The idea is to reduce the congestion on the road by tapping the two- and four-wheelers and buses,” said the DIMTS official. According to a 2007 survey, over a crore vehicles travel through Delhi every day. “With the high-speed corridors in place, the cost-benefit will be huge, in terms of fuel, highway, pollution, capital and time. There will be a benefit of 31% to Delhi,” said the spokesperson.

    The 111km Delhi-Panipat alignment, which starts from ISBT Kashmere Gate, will reach the IOCL plant in 74 minutes. The 90km Delhi-Meerut line from ISBT Sarai Kale Khan will go to Modipuram in 62 minutes while the Delhi-Alwar line will start from ISBT Kashmere Gate and cover 180km in 117 minutes.

    The government is also planning to develop pockets of real estate along the high-speed rail corridors, said DIMTS officials. “The development will be based on the transit-oriented development concept, with emphasis on high-density residential and commercial projects in these areas. The access to the rapid rail corridor is the backbone of this development,” said the official.

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    par hoga kab
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  • Originally Posted by neetu421
    par hoga kab


    Very difficult to reply. This a million dollar question
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  • definately not a million dollar question 100 million dollar

    elctrification work for railway track is going on from delhi to meerut and it,s been more then ten years now i think u can guess........
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  • Was talking to locals in Meerut and they are rumored that Metro is coming there too. Funny is hoping.
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  • Yes THE dAY will come when RRTS will be there ..

    hope we will see that day..
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  • Originally Posted by jeetcp
    Was talking to locals in Meerut and they are rumored that Metro is coming there too. Funny is hoping.


    Dhank ka Delhi- Meerut highway toh bana nahi paye.... Rapid metro banaayenge... huh.
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  • are bhai 21 st century main nahi to 22nd century main ban jayega
    just chill.....
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  • It is surprising that U.P. get different bahna for making drama. A lot of drama happened during A.V. to Vaishali Metr(project delayed by 2/3/ yrs). Now dramas are being played regarding Dilshad garden Metro extension. Already lot of DPR changes, meeting/eating,preparing of fund structure etc. happened(It was told that MoU will be signed in Sept.12-refer Dilshad Garden new Bus Adda Metro thread).(project delayed by 4 years and we are getting tarikh pe tarikh). Now be prepare for another drama. free hai. Please dont pay for watching the drama
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  • I have read few months back.. they are going to start helicopter service.... after this I don't think one needs Metro..;) :D
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  • Originally Posted by cookie
    I have read few months back.. they are going to start helicopter service.... after this I don't think one needs Metro..;) :D

    iT means U.P.is one generation ahead of rest of India. We are soooooooooo lucky. Dilli walo dur raho
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  • How about helicopter metro
    no need to widening the road
    no big land aquisition...............
    don,t fall down from ur seat....
    GHALIB DIL BAHLANE KE LIYE KHAYAL ACHHA HAI.............
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  • On a serious note, how RRTS will be different then EMU.......
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  • Originally Posted by jeetcp
    On a serious note, how RRTS will be different then EMU.......


    RRTS is not EMU or Northern Railway Project.... RRTS is purely same as DMRC Metro with same elevated & underground dedicated tracks at the side of normal highway... costing 150 Crore per KM.... Same as DMRC (in Delhi) this RRTS project is also of Center Government Project with some % share of state gov.....

    Main difference in RRTS Metro & DMRC Metro is, RRTS has stoppage after every 5 KM (unlike DMRC after every 1 to 1.5 KM).... ie After RNE (Guldhar) next stoppage will be after 5KM at Meerut Tiraha... then after 5 KM at Mohan Nagar... then Anand Vihar DELHI....

    And speed of RRTS will be at least double then DMRC Metro ie 120+ KM/hr.....

    With 5 times less stoppage & double speed if this really made by Center then anyone can reach from RNE/Mohan Nagar to Gurgaon Cyber City (DLF) only in 35 Minutes.... as per DPR submitted, Gurgaon RRTS & Meerut RRTS will have interchange at Nizamudeen DELHI... Gurgaon RRTS will be alone with NH-8, Meerut RRTS will be along with NH-58, Panepat RRTS will be along with GT Road and these 3 will have interchange at Kashmiri Gate & Nizamudeen.

    All of this planing is at Paper and nobody knows when it will come at Ground :D
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