Delhi Metro to present DPR of Jewar-IGI metro corridor to YEIDA
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Delhi Metro to present DPR of Jewar-IGI metro corridor to YEIDA

The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) presented a detailed project report (DPR) of the longest metro rail corridor to the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA).This metro corridor will include a high-speed metro rail connecting Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport with the Jewar International Airport.

Moreover, it will also reduce the distance between Delhi and Greater Noida.

Earlier, DMRC has submitted a basic report of the super-fast metro train to the YEIDA. The YEIDA has planned to run a 120 km per hour (kmph) super-fast metro train that will connect the Jewar International Airport with Delhi.

The Authority wants a new metro rail corridor from IGI airport to Knowledge Park in Noida in Phase-1.This route will spread across 38 km, and the entire line will be laid out newly.

Phase-2 includes a 35.6 km long metro train, which will run from Knowledge Park to Jewar International Airport.The new Knowledge Park to Jewar metro line network will be elevated and the longest metro route of Gautam Buddha Nagar.The distance between the Noida and Greater Noida metro routes is 29.7 km.

The Delhi Metro Rail was asked to prepare the DPRs for both phases. DMRC prepared a feasibility report for the metro network from IGI Airport to Knowledge Park. For this, the Authority will pay Rs 6 crore to the DMRC.

As a part of the plan, a metro rail corridor could be built from Knowledge Park to Shivaji Park Stadium to run a high-speed metro train.The Shivaji Park metro station comes on the route of the Airport Express line. It will connect the IGI airport with Knowledge Park in Greater Noida and the Jewar airport.

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The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) presented a detailed project report (DPR) of the longest metro rail corridor to the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA).This metro corridor will include a high-speed metro rail connecting Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport with the Jewar International Airport. Moreover, it will also reduce the distance between Delhi and Greater Noida. Earlier, DMRC has submitted a basic report of the super-fast metro train to the YEIDA. The YEIDA has planned to run a 120 km per hour (kmph) super-fast metro train that will connect the Jewar International Airport with Delhi. The Authority wants a new metro rail corridor from IGI airport to Knowledge Park in Noida in Phase-1.This route will spread across 38 km, and the entire line will be laid out newly. Phase-2 includes a 35.6 km long metro train, which will run from Knowledge Park to Jewar International Airport.The new Knowledge Park to Jewar metro line network will be elevated and the longest metro route of Gautam Buddha Nagar.The distance between the Noida and Greater Noida metro routes is 29.7 km. The Delhi Metro Rail was asked to prepare the DPRs for both phases. DMRC prepared a feasibility report for the metro network from IGI Airport to Knowledge Park. For this, the Authority will pay Rs 6 crore to the DMRC. As a part of the plan, a metro rail corridor could be built from Knowledge Park to Shivaji Park Stadium to run a high-speed metro train.The Shivaji Park metro station comes on the route of the Airport Express line. It will connect the IGI airport with Knowledge Park in Greater Noida and the Jewar airport. Image Source Also read: DMRC achieves the first stretch of tunnel of its phase-4 project

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