In the district of Gautam Buddh Nagar, Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, has revealed development projects totaling $1,670 crore. A city bus terminal, underpasses in Noida, the Ganga water project for Greater Noida, and a sizable sewage treatment facility (STP) along the Yamuna Expressway are among the projects. The Noida Authority, the Greater Noida Authority, the Yamuna Expressway Authority, and the UP State Industrial Development Authority are the organisations overseeing the development of the 13 projects.
The cost to create the 85 cusec Ganga water project for Greater Noida was Rs. 848 crore. It seeks to deliver Ganga water to households in 28 Greater Noida sectors.
The PM also opened a Smart LED light project in Greater Noida that cost 48 crore rupees.
He dedicated a city bus terminal for 157.84 crore rupees, an integrated smart traffic management system worth 68.42 crore rupees, and underpasses for Kondli and Bahlolpur worth 46 crore rupees and 30.29 crore rupees, respectively, in Noida.
Additionally, Noida received three new STPs: a 60 MLD capacity STP built by the Yamuna Expressway Authority for 66.99 crore, two additional STPs in Sector 168 for 162 crore, and Sector 123 for 131 crore.
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