Delhi Metro to extend Dwarka-Noida City Center corridor to Greater Noida  SHARE

Delhi Metro to extend Dwarka-Noida City Center corridor to Greater Noida SHARE

NEW DELHI: If you’re looking to buy a flat in the interiors of Noida or in Greater Noida, here’s some good news. Delhi Metro is extending its existing Dwarka-Noida City Center corridor till Sector 62 and, thereafter, to Greater Noida. The Sector 52 station will be an interchange station for another Metro line planned for Greater Noida.The alignment of the NOIDA CITY CENTER extension till Sector 62–a distance of 6.6km–will connect Noida with the heart of Delhi. One of the longest corridors in the Delhi Metro network, the extension will pass through sectors 34, 51, 59 and 62 to Electronic City. The proposed extension will start from the dead end of the existing Noida City Center station and run straight along the median of Captain SHASHI KANT MARG for about 2.2km before taking a left turn near Sector 52. It will run straight on the median of road leading to Sector 62 and along NH-24 for about 4.5km.”While taking the left turn from Captain Shashi Kant Marg towards Electronic City, it has been kept in view that there will be a need in the future to have grade separator arrangement (with clover leaves) at this crossing,” said a Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) official.The length of the extension from dead end of Noida City Center station to the planned dead end near NH-24 is 6.675km.In Noida, the existing corridor has stations in sectors 15, 16 and 18, Botanical Garden, Golf Course and Noida City Center. “Botanical Garden station is planned as an interchange station for the Janakpuri-Botanical Garden line of Ph-III,” the official added. This corridor will be 36km long with over 20 stations. It is one of the two corridors coming up in Phase III of the network.The extension to Electronic City and beyond is expected to give a boost to the connectivity in NCR. What makes the alignment exciting, according to Delhi Metro, is the plan to have Noi da Sector 52 as an interchange station for the Metro line planned for Greater Noida.”The recommended network in the `Revised Metro Plan for 2021′ prepared by DMRC totalled a length of 413.83km, comprising Delhi and adjoining parts of NCR, and was slated for completion latest by 2021 in phases,” said the Metro spokesperson.

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NMRC completes 1st phase of Noida-Greater Noida Metro Corridor

NMRC completes 1st phase of Noida-Greater Noida Metro Corridor

NEW DELHI: Noida Metro Rail Corp (NMRC) today said it has completed first phase of construction in record time on Noida-Greater Noida Metro Corridor and structural work of all 21 METRO STATIONS is expected to be completed by March 2017. “Casting of concourse level slab has been done in a record time of 8 months which normally takes more than a year… The construction of Noida – Greater Noida Metro Corridor consisting of 30 km of viaduct & 21 Stations is in full swing,” it said in a statement. In line with this, the casting of concourse level slab at Sector-143 station has been started today, it said adding about 600 cubic meter RMC will be poured continuously for 24 hours. According to Noida Authority’s Deputy CEO SAUMYA SRIVASTAVA who holds additional charge as Executive Director of NMRC, “The structural work of this station is expected to be over by August 16.” The casting of concourse level slab of Sector-71, Delta & Sector-149 will also take place within a week’s time, he said. The casting of concourse level slab has been done in a record time of 8 months which normally takes more than a year in a Design and Built construction, he added. “The structural work of all the 21 metro stations is expected to be completed by March 2017,” he added. The work of viaduct is also moving on a fast track and the viaduct of 30 kms and 21 stations is expected to be completed by May 2017, the statement said.

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