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High Speed Metro RRTS Delhi RNE Meerut Line Update

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  • #41

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    Re : High Speed Metro RRTS Delhi RNE Meerut Line Update

    helllo saurabji,
    RRTS delhi to meerut -what is the proposed alignment please?. How far away will it be from RNE? can u please comment?

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    • #42

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      Re : High Speed Metro RRTS Delhi RNE Meerut Line Update

      Originally posted by helloid View Post
      helllo saurabji,
      RRTS delhi to meerut -what is the proposed alignment please?. How far away will it be from RNE? can u please comment?
      Bhai it is Center Government Project and will take time in actual physical start, this is the news update thread of this work and nobody know when physically work will be started on it as it is several times costly then DELHI METRO WORK.... RRTS metro station will be same as normal metro station with parking facility.... DPR is ready and as per that it is confirmed that RRTS Metro station will be at Guldhar/ALT which is exactly 1 KM far from RNE 2nd GATE or 3 KM far from KDP Chawk (center of RNE)

      READ BELOW OLD NEWS OF THIS THREAD

      The Meerut RRTS corridor will have 17 stations — Modipuram, Meerut North, Begumpul, HRS Chowk, Shatabdi Nagar, Shastri Nagar (Medical College), Nauchandi, Meerut South, Modinagar, Muradnagar, Duhai, Guldhar (This station will be at ALT cut in RNE), Ghaziabad, Mohannagar, Sahibabad, Anand Vihar and Sarai Kale Khan/Nizamuddin. A portion of the stretch will span out from Shatabdi Nagar and run via Nauchandi to Shastri Nagar (Medical College).

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      • #43

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        • #44

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          All three routes to be interlinked for RRTS
          Rapid rail to run underground in city

          Dipak K Dash, TNN | Apr 22, 2012, 03.43AM IST

          NEW DELHI: The rapid rail network to be laid as long-distance Metro trains connecting Delhi with its major suburbs with limited stops will go underground in the capital. There will be three hubs - Sarai Kale Khan for the Delhi-Meerut corridor, Kashmere Gate for the Panipat stretch and Dhaula Kuan for trains plying between Delhi and Alwar.

          These three lines totalling over 350km have been taken up as priority by the Union urban development ministry. Though originally there was a plan to converge all three routes at the centre of Delhi, later modifications were made to have different hubs for different stretches for better traffic distribution. But at a meeting held recently under the chairmanship of Delhi lieutenant governor Tejendra Khanna, questions were raised whether having different hubs without adequate connectivity to the other terminus would serve any purpose. "What is the use of a transport system where people cover Delhi to Meerut in 70 minutes and then take another hour to travel from Sarai Kale Khan to Dhaula Kuan?" asked a government official.

          So, now there is a modified plan, according to which the Alwar-Dhaula Kuan line will get extended up to Kashmere Gate. "This link will pass via the Sarai Kale Khan terminus, making swift transfer of passengers possible. The trains from Alwar will be extended up to Kashmere Gate for seamless transfer of passengers," said a government source.

          He added that all stations in Delhi would be underground. The Dhaula Kuan-Sarai Kale Khan-Kashmere Gate stretch will run close to the alignment of Ring Road.

          Sources said that according to the plan prepared by the NCR Planning Board (NCRPB), there would be limited stops on these corridors for faster mobility. For example, the Meerut-Kale Khan corridor would have only two stops in Delhi - Anand Vihar and Kale Khan. The two stations would be at a distance of 10 kilometers.

          However, there could be one or two stations between Dhaula Kuan and Sarai Kale Khan as this line would pass close to AIIMS. Thousands of patients from all parts of NCR visit the medical institute every day.

          Officials privy to the regional rapid regional rapid transit system (RRTS) project said timely take-off of the work would ensure that DMRC was not overburdened with work to extend its network in NCR. "At present, Metro gets crowded by the time trains enter Delhi borders. Even now large section of local Delhiites is opting for private vehicles as Metro trains are overcrowded. Once we have these RRTS corridors operational, Metro trains would have space. More locals would shift to Metro trains," said an official.

          The RRTS project was conceived after an NCRPB study showed how Bulandshahr, Alwar, Meerut, Ghaziabad, Sonipat, Gurgaon, Faridabad and Rohtak have been some of the key districts from where the capital gets maximum number of migrants.

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            • #46

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              • #47

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                don't forget the railways are with mamta Didi and she is not interested in any expansion - railways as per previous rail minister who got sacked said
                "Indian Rail is in ICU"

                rohit

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                • #48

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                  Re : High Speed Metro RRTS Delhi RNE Meerut Line Update

                  Originally posted by rohit_warren View Post
                  don't forget the railways are with mamta Didi and she is not interested in any expansion - railways as per previous rail minister who got sacked said
                  "Indian Rail is in ICU"

                  rohit
                  Bhai if you have Less knowledge for any project then better not comment ... this High Speed Bullet Metro (RRTS Rail) is not Railway project (nothing to take from Indian railways) this is a Center Gov. Project for NCR at high priority will be going to start from 2013, center gov. cabinet also have approved budget for this. It is same as DMRC Metro but speed will be TRIPPLE Fast at 200 KM/hr. and stoppage will be 1/3 after every 5 KM.... this RRTS will be Underground with in DELHI.... and have stoppage like Meerut , GZB , RNE , Kundli , GGN Udyog Vihar , Manesar , Kashmiri Gate , Nizimudden , Anand Vihar , Dhaula Kuyon......



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                  • #49

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                    Re : High Speed Metro RRTS Delhi RNE Meerut Line Update

                    I have been reading similar announcements of 'Delhi-Meerut in 45 min' for last 8 years. Last time when Santosh Yadav was DM of Ghaziabad, there was a big debate whether a flyover or bypass be constructed for Modinagar.

                    So, I remain skeptical about these announcements.
                    'LIVE FOR INDIA'

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                    • #50

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                      Re : High Speed Metro RRTS Delhi RNE Meerut Line Update

                      Originally posted by jaijai View Post
                      I have been reading similar announcements of 'Delhi-Meerut in 45 min' for last 8 years. Last time when Santosh Yadav was DM of Ghaziabad, there was a big debate whether a flyover or bypass be constructed for Modinagar.

                      So, I remain skeptical about these announcements.
                      You are right some dreams/infra projects take tooooo much time and sometime not full fill... but luckily one very big dream for GZB/RNE of Mohan Nagar Metro is now going to full-fill in JUNE/2012... budget approved by GDA.... and DMRC official statement is MOU with GDA will be signed in JUNE/2012 and full track will be ready in 2015 till NEW BUS ADDA GZB.

                      As for this RRTS, due to Center Gov. project we hope best for this High Speed Bullet Metro also.... but let us see only in 2013.

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