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  • #11

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    Re : Metro route for Greater Noida

    Sanjeev bhai you need to travel on the express way to greater noida once..... if you see anything but vacant land = occupied land in noida let me know. Noida mein abhi bahut zameen hai bhai.... kahaniya aati raheningi! (Still hope I am wrong)

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    • #12

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      Originally posted by blueskyliner View Post
      I haven't changed a bit . My idea is not to slam Metro but talk on FACTS.

      Even on this posting I indicated that this article still doesn't tell us what route the Metro will take so lets no speculate about that.

      Metro to G Noida - Known

      Metro to G Noida, WHEN - UnKnown

      Metro to G Noida, ROUTE - UnKnown

      The issue I have is that every builder in Noida claims that Metro is somewhere near their project, most of the people fall for it and then come and report it on the forum which further misleads other people.

      I have not seen a single authorized document that lays out the route plan for Metro to G Noida. However people have claimed to seen some PDF document for the proposed plan. My question to all these people is that do you really think it is worth falling for these tricks?

      You are right, these articles and unauthorized floating maps are only to increase the RE prices and well people continue to fall for it!!
      I currently live bang opposite a metro station in Delhi. But still prefer to use my own car considering the over crowded trains. The metro is no doubt a boom for many but how many people who can afford a 60 Lakh flat would actually dispose of their cars and take the metro??? Specially with the mindset we north Indians have.....(may be my personal opinion but feel its true with my own exp.)

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      • #13

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        Re : Metro route for Greater Noida

        True. Not aligning to anyone's personal opinion, but the fact is till date I too didn't found metro a very good means of transport. It’s the last resort to travel to any location. Anyways I found I rarely need it. For office I use cab and for any other place I use my car (except in case when I didn't found parking a great problem at destination).

        May be if DMRC think off to improve quality of metro in future (by making corporate ties, increase capacity, improve seating, providing WIFI connectivity, personal entertainment, non-stop routes…), metro could help cater transport needs of all section of society. But till date the fact is metro is not able to project itself as an alternate to our existing means of transport (and that's why ppl still use road transport/cars/cabs to even move to those places where they can alternatively reach by metro).

        So if metro is near to your flat then it's one of the advantage, but definitely it is not one of the D' advantage.

        Also as seen from past experience political entities tries to use these kind of news to move market as per their needs. e.g. "Greater Noida Airport" thing. So no one can and should make decisions based on future govt plans until these plans are finalized and funds are released to implement them.

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        • #14

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          Re : Metro route for Greater Noida

          There are two things

          1. This news happens to be in Hindi Edition of Hindustan and nowwhere else ( not in english version also) ...I dont know if its a gimmick or what ... but it clearly mentions the sectors on the route..... has anybody more info on this...

          2. Its apersonal opinion of anyone to use the Metro or not but I have used Metro and its a blessing for many many Commuters.... They are overcrowded ( in Office Hours)..no doubt but this itself proves the Utility.. I lived in Noida and I prefer'd going to Places like CP, KArol Bagh, via metro ...

          Metro is evolving in Delhi and surely its a great means of transport for ppl even if he lives in 60 LAkh Flat.....
          FAR FAR better than Bus n Auto................nyday nytime

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          • #15

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            Re : Metro route for Greater Noida

            Originally posted by gat_prakash View Post
            There are two things

            1. This news happens to be in Hindi Edition of Hindustan and nowwhere else ( not in english version also) ...I dont know if its a gimmick or what ... but it clearly mentions the sectors on the route..... has anybody more info on this...

            2. Its apersonal opinion of anyone to use the Metro or not but I have used Metro and its a blessing for many many Commuters.... They are overcrowded ( in Office Hours)..no doubt but this itself proves the Utility.. I lived in Noida and I prefer'd going to Places like CP, KArol Bagh, via metro ...

            Metro is evolving in Delhi and surely its a great means of transport for ppl even if he lives in 60 LAkh Flat.....
            FAR FAR better than Bus n Auto................nyday nytime
            Prakash bhai, like I said earlier its only my personal opinion. Metro no doubt is a faster mode of transport, but will people really dispose their cars and considering the volume the metro now imagine what will happen when we have 100000+ new appartments? I am saying its crowded today what about two years down the line?

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            • #16

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              Re : Metro route for Greater Noida

              Originally posted by vishal1880 View Post
              Prakash bhai, like I said earlier its only my personal opinion. Metro no doubt is a faster mode of transport, but will people really dispose their cars and considering the volume the metro now imagine what will happen when we have 100000+ new appartments? I am saying its crowded today what about two years down the line?
              Agreed... Metro can't replace Cars, Cabs but will surely provide an alternative....

              And the question of being Overcrowded ... well we can't help ...... Now Noida authority is only selling GHP ..in the great interset of people :p...So Two years down the line ... GO by Metro or GO by Car ..... You will have ample company

              cant help that bosss......

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              • #17

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                Re : Metro route for Greater Noida

                Think about road as well whn we have 1Lakh aprtments

                Originally posted by vishal1880 View Post
                Prakash bhai, like I said earlier its only my personal opinion. Metro no doubt is a faster mode of transport, but will people really dispose their cars and considering the volume the metro now imagine what will happen when we have 100000+ new appartments? I am saying its crowded today what about two years down the line?

                Sorry frds, getting into ur interesting discussions but i cudn't resist from asking one question to you :-)

                Like you said to Prakash what wud happen to metro when we have 100000+ new apartments then my question is think what wud happen to road traffic when we have these 100000 + new aprtments.

                I think metro is a great help/alternative of road transport.
                Last edited March 11 2010, 10:02 PM. Reason: sdsd

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                • #18

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                  Re : Metro route for Greater Noida

                  Originally posted by blueskyliner View Post
                  I wish the metro takes that route insted of heading towards Noida extn as some people are speculating, however the article has not mention of the proposed alignment. Or did I miss something?



                  [Seems now there some proof in the so called rumors of Metro going from City Center, Sector 50,82, 93, Expressway ......
                  [/QUOTE]
                  Almost one year ago the following news was all over the news papers. (Wait for one more year for the next update (dont be too surpised if the news is similar and words change)

                  Expressindia » Story

                  Greater Noida charts own Metro route

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                  Pragya Kaushika

                  Posted: Apr 23, 2009 at 2349 hrs IST
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                  Ghaziabad Plan to extend Noida line from Sector-32 to Pari Chowk, then enter Greater Noida, say officials

                  The Greater Noida Authority has decided to extend the Metro rail connection from Noida to Greater Noida.
                  The proposal was discussed in detail at a meeting held on Tuesday between officials of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) and the Noida and Greater Noida Authorities. “We discussed the detailed project report of the proposed Metro rail link made by engineers and senior officials. We are now preparing a blueprint for furthering Metro connection in Gautam Budh Nagar district,” a senior Greater Noida Authority official, who was present in Tuesday’s meeting, said.
                  At present, DMRC’s phase-two plan in Noida comprises a seven-kilometre stretch from the Delhi border to Sector-32 city centre in Noida. There are six stations on the line, expected to be opened by later this year.
                  According to a senior Greater Noida Authority official, the proposed Metro line to Greater Noida would have another five stations in Noida before connecting to Greater Noida at Pari Chowk. “The five more stations in Noida are planned at Sector-50, Sector-78, Sector-101, Sector-82, and Sector-92,” the official said.
                  The official said the five new stations till Pari Chowk, along the proposed extension, will cover a distance of 29 kilometres in Noida. “After the Metro enters Greater Noida, the corridor will stretch up to 35 kilometres,” the official said. “The location of stations in Greater Noida will be finalised by an experts’ panel.”
                  According to the official, the Noida and Greater Noida Authorities have put the estimated cost for the proposed Metro facility at Rs 4,000 crore.
                  Additional Chief Executive Officer of the Authority, P N Batham, said at present there are plans to have eight stations once the Metro enters Greater Noida.
                  DMRC spokesperson Anuj Dayal said, “The Greater Noida Authority has asked us to prepare a detailed project report (DPR) as there are plans to come up with an airport express link from Noida’s Sector-32 to the proposed international airport in Greater Noida (at Jevar). We have to prepare the terms of reference to prepare the DPR.”

                  Fact sheet
                  5 additional stations in Noida
                  29 additional km in Noida
                  8 stations proposed in Greater Noida
                  35 km stretch in Greater Noida

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                  • #19

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                    Re : Metro route for Greater Noida

                    Originally posted by coke_indian View Post
                    Sorry frds, getting into ur interesting discussions but i cudn't resist from asking one question to you :-)

                    Like you said to Prakash what wud happen to metro when we have 100000+ new apartments then my question is think what wud happen to road traffic when we have these 100000 + new aprtments.

                    I think metro is a great help/alternative of road transport.
                    Hi Coke (is it Coca Cola wala Coke or Coke wala Coke?)

                    Well roads will be pathetic but their are plans that my actually be executed (sector roads on both sides of the Eway) new under passes most of the roads in the city have become signal and those that arent are in the process widening of the Okhla Barrage (Sarita Vihar Bridge) the biggest bottle neck will be the the area from Mahamaya to Sector 14A. This should some how still manage the increase in the traffic (the Noida Delhi link road is being made signal and the proposal for east - west express way (connceting Akshardaham to Rajouri Garden) has been approved.

                    However, the point here is not to say weather the metro is good or bad, it undoubtably is a boon, however the capacity can only be inceased by 50% making 6 coaches inplace of the existing 4 and thats it.......

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                    • #20

                      #20

                      Re : Metro route for Greater Noida

                      Originally posted by coke_indian View Post
                      Sorry frds, getting into ur interesting discussions but i cudn't resist from asking one question to you :-)

                      Like you said to Prakash what wud happen to metro when we have 100000+ new apartments then my question is think what wud happen to road traffic when we have these 100000 + new aprtments.

                      I think metro is a great help/alternative of road transport.
                      Hi Coke (is it Coca Cola wala Coke or Coke wala Coke?)

                      Well roads will be pathetic but their are plans that my actually be executed (sector roads on both sides of the Eway) new under passes most of the roads in the city have become signal and those that arent are in the process widening of the Okhla Barrage (Sarita Vihar Bridge) the biggest bottle neck will be the the area from Mahamaya to Sector 14A. This should some how still manage the increase in the traffic (the Noida Delhi link road is being made signal and the proposal for east - west express way (connceting Akshardaham to Rajouri Garden) has been approved.

                      However, the point here is not to say weather the metro is good or bad, it undoubtably is a boon, however the capacity can only be inceased by 50% making 6 coaches inplace of the existing 4 and thats it.......

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