NCRTC Plants 2.5 Lakh Trees Along Meerut RRTS Corridor
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NCRTC Plants 2.5 Lakh Trees Along Meerut RRTS Corridor

The National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) is revolutionizing the landscape along the Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS) corridor from Sahibabad (Ghaziabad) to Shatabdi Nagar in Meerut. Over 250,000 trees are being planted along the route, encompassing a strategy to cultivate an environmentally sustainable and visually appealing environment.

These green guardians are finding their homes beneath the corridor, along median strips, and at various stations and depots. The initiative underscores NCRTC's commitment to fostering a green and sustainable environment, aligning with global environmental protection goals.

Half of the newly planted saplings adorn the median below the viaduct, covering a significant portion of the 48-kilometer RRTS corridor from Sahibabad to Shatabdi Nagar. In Duhai (Ghaziabad), the remaining saplings grace the RRTS Depot, enhancing the natural ambience of the area.

The selection of plant species includes bougainvillea, tecoma, plumeria alba, allamanda, mansoa, jasmine, and madhumalati, chosen for their vibrant blooms. These botanical additions not only contribute to the visual appeal but also embody a commitment to sustainability.

The corridor, which spans from Duhai to Shatabdi Nagar, hosts seven stations, namely Muradnagar, Modinagar South, Modi Nagar North, Meerut South, Partapur, Rithani, and Shatabdi Nagar. The commencement of Namo Bharat train operations between Muradnagar and Modi Nagar North signifies the steady progress in this ambitious endeavor. Furthermore, as construction races forward from Shatabdi Nagar to Modipuram, the promise of greenery looms on the horizon.

NCRTC's endeavor towards sustainable development is evidenced through a series of environmentally friendly practices incorporated into each construction phase. From the use of fly ash bricks to rainwater harvesting systems and solar energy utilization, NCRTC's green thumb is transforming the infrastructure landscape, one tree at a time.

The National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) is revolutionizing the landscape along the Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS) corridor from Sahibabad (Ghaziabad) to Shatabdi Nagar in Meerut. Over 250,000 trees are being planted along the route, encompassing a strategy to cultivate an environmentally sustainable and visually appealing environment. These green guardians are finding their homes beneath the corridor, along median strips, and at various stations and depots. The initiative underscores NCRTC's commitment to fostering a green and sustainable environment, aligning with global environmental protection goals. Half of the newly planted saplings adorn the median below the viaduct, covering a significant portion of the 48-kilometer RRTS corridor from Sahibabad to Shatabdi Nagar. In Duhai (Ghaziabad), the remaining saplings grace the RRTS Depot, enhancing the natural ambience of the area. The selection of plant species includes bougainvillea, tecoma, plumeria alba, allamanda, mansoa, jasmine, and madhumalati, chosen for their vibrant blooms. These botanical additions not only contribute to the visual appeal but also embody a commitment to sustainability. The corridor, which spans from Duhai to Shatabdi Nagar, hosts seven stations, namely Muradnagar, Modinagar South, Modi Nagar North, Meerut South, Partapur, Rithani, and Shatabdi Nagar. The commencement of Namo Bharat train operations between Muradnagar and Modi Nagar North signifies the steady progress in this ambitious endeavor. Furthermore, as construction races forward from Shatabdi Nagar to Modipuram, the promise of greenery looms on the horizon. NCRTC's endeavor towards sustainable development is evidenced through a series of environmentally friendly practices incorporated into each construction phase. From the use of fly ash bricks to rainwater harvesting systems and solar energy utilization, NCRTC's green thumb is transforming the infrastructure landscape, one tree at a time.

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