The Jewar airport in Noida and the IGI airport in Delhi are connected by a 72 km (7,630 crore) high-speed metro rail corridor project that has been given priority. The Yamuna Expressway Authority’s board has accepted the detailed project report (DPR) for phase 1 of the project, which spans 35 kilometres from Knowledge Park II to Jewar airport. Now, work will shortly begin on creating a DPR for the second phase, which would consist of a 37km metro rail track connecting Greater Noida’s Knowledge Park II to New Delhi metro station (which connects with the Airport Express Line). The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has received a deposit of Rs 1.87 crore from the Yamuna Expressway Authority for the creation of the DPR. In six months, it should be finished.
In accordance with the DPR, DMRC will provide a report on the traction system, station locations, station types, and projected ridership, among other things. Four stations in total, one of which will be underground, are proposed for this route: New Ashok Nagar, Okhla Bird Sanctuary, Noida’s Sector 142, and Underground Delhi Gate. Its operational speed is 120 kmph, while its top speed is 135 kmph.
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