Noida: The development authorities of Noida and Greater Noida on Saturday joined hands with Delhi Metro Rail Corporation for two metro extensions from City Centre to Noida Sector 62 and Greater Noida and is likely to be completed by 2017.
A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between DMRC Managing Director Mangu Singh, Noida and Greater Noida authority chairman Rama Raman, and Secretary, Government of India, Shankar Agarwal at a function held on Saturday.
The Authority also gave two advance payment cheques to DMRC officials for carrying out the necessary work. The two sections where metro will be extended is from City Centre to Noida Sector 62 and City Centre to Greater Noida.
The City Centre to Sector 62 line is 6.675 kilometer long and will have six station.
The City Centre to Sector 62 line is 6.675 kilometer long and will have six station. The total project cost is Rs 1,816 crores. Proposed station locations are Sectors 34, 52, 59, 61, 62 and Electronic City (NH 24), an official release said.
This metro line will also be a boon for Indirapuram residents it is just across the NH 24. The City Centre to Greater Noida extension line is 29.7 kms long and will have 22 stations. Total cost of the project is estimated Rs 5,064 crores.
In July an MoU for Botanical Garden to Kalindi Kunj metro line was signed with a total project cost Rs 845 crore and is expected to be completed next year.
Noida Metro Rail A new metro rail network will shortly be developed between Noida and Greater Noida. Measuring 29.707 km, it will be developed at an estimated cost of Rs 5,064 crore. The detailed project report (DPR) has already been prepared by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation.
According to the DPR, 22 stations are proposed, of which 13 will be constructed on ground while seven stations will be elevated. Two stations at Knowledge Park-I and sector Delta-1 in Greater Noida are planned for future expansion.
Starting from Noida City Centre in Sector 32, the proposed Metro corridor will lead towards Greater Noida via stations in sectors 50, 51, 78, 101, 81, on the Dadri road, 83, 85, 137, 142, 143, 144, 147, 153 & sector 149 in Noida.
It will enter Greater Noida through Knowledge Park-II and traverse Pari Chowk, Sector-Alpha 1 and 2, before terminating at Depot station proposed near recreational green, Knowledge Park-IV in Greater Noida. The entire Metro alignment is proposed to be elevated. A special purpose vehicle (SPV) would be formed for the development, operation and maintenance of the metro rail.
The Uttar Pradesh cabinet has approved the Project and forwarded the DPR to Government of India in October 2013. The Government of India and UP will each bear 20% of the costs and loans from external agencies would be taken to fund the rest 60% of the project. Twenty per cent funding from UP will be shared by Noida and Greater Noida Authorities, based on the length of track that passes through the two areas. The metro link is expected to be commissioned by 2017.
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NOIDA: The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has finally kicked off the Noida-Greater Noida Metro link project, more than three months after it inked an MoU with authorities of the twin cities.The DMRC on Friday started work on soil testing for putting the 28-km Noida-Greater Noida Metro route on track, officials told TOI.For soil testing, sampling is being done near the site of the proposed Metro station located between Galgotia College and Pari Chowk as well as near the petrol pump of Sector Delta-1 in Greater Noida.Soil samples are being collected from as deep as 120 feet; soil tests are important because the Metro line would be elevated and constructed on pillars, and this work will be completed within the next 15 days, the officials said.With nearly 3,000 trees falling in the path of the Metro corridor, the Noida Metro Rail Company (NMRC) has also launched a survey to ascertain the exact number of trees, which need shifting or relocating.
The move follows DMRC’s application to Gautam Budh Nagar’s conservator of forest, requesting for clearances for the operation. So far an application for approval to shift 72 trees has been received by the department. Trees in the route of the track will be shifted or relocated as per norms, the officials said.
The Rs 5,500-crore route is proposed to have Sector 71 as its originating station, while the last station in Greater Noida will be Bodaki. The track will have a total 21 stations, of which some will be constructed on ground while other stations will be elevated.Two stations at Knowledge Park-I and Sector Delta-1 in Greater Noida are planned for future expansion. It will enter Greater Noida through Knowledge Park-II and traverse Pari Chowk, Sector-Alpha 1 and 2, before terminating at depot station proposed near recreational green, Knowledge Park-IV in Greater Noida.
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The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has selected a private agency to build the 6.8 km City Centre-Sector 62 Metro link, officials announced. Work on the Rs 1,816 crore project is expected to begin on ground next week
On July 2, the DMRC had finalised the civil tender of this project to make way for final selection of the construction agency. The agency selected is expected to finish construction in the next 36 months.
Once completed, the track will expand Metro connectivity in Noida and take it up to Indirapuram in Ghaziabad, which is located along National Highway 24 adjoining Noida’s Sector 62.
“We have removed 477 trees from the central verge of master plan 3 road and road number 6 and also shifted some other utility services to make way for construction to begin on ground. DMRC has planned this important project. It informed us that it has selected a private agency for construction,” said Pramod Kumar Agarwal, additional chief executive officer (ACEO) of the Noida authority.
Residents of Sector 62, 34, 63, 60, 61, 51, 54, 72, 73, 71 and 50, among others, are upbeat about the long-pending project seeing the light of the day. For a long time, they had been demanding for work on this stretch to begin.
“Since 2010, officials have been saying that work on this proposed Metro link is likely to begin, but it has taken so many years to materialise. The project means a lot to us. Once it is built we will not have to board the Metro from City Centre, which is five km away from our sector. In the absence of last mile connectivity, we have to depend on private autos that charge a lot. Once the Metro is built up to our sector we can walk up to the station and travel to Delhi,” said Venkatesh, a Sector 62 resident who works with a private agency and has to travel to Delhi often.