Delhi to Rewari Alwar in just 70 minutes: Delhi-Alwar RRTS Corridor

There will be 16 stations on the 106 km route

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Delhi-Meerut RRTS
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DELHI (Metro Rail News): Under the National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC), regional rapid rail corridors will be built to connect the cities of Uttar Pradesh (Haryana) and Rajasthan (Rajasthan). The Rapid Rail Corridor of Phase 1 of the Delhi-Meerut RRTS project is under construction. From Sarai Kale Khan to Alwar, a rapid rail corridor will be built.

The distance between Delhi and Alwar is 165 kilometres. Up to Behror, a 106-kilometre section will be built in the first phase. In addition, a railway track will be built from Sarai Kalekhan to Gurugram, Shahjahanpur, Neemrana, and Behror as part of this project. There will be a total of 16 stations erected on this site. However, the federal government’s final clearance is still pending.

Rapid rail corridors are being built to connect Delhi with Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, and Rajasthan. The Delhi-Meerut RRTS project is now under Phase 1. In addition, the rail lines Delhi-Panipat and Delhi-Alwar will also be built.

The RRTS between Delhi and Alwar will be 106 kilometres long, whereas the Delhi-Panipat Rapid Rail Corridor will be 103.02 kilometres long. However, the central government’s final clearance has been awaited for the past two years.

The corridor between Delhi and Alwar will run through three states: Delhi, Haryana, and Rajasthan. The first 83 kilometres will be in Haryana. A 22-kilometer track will be built in Delhi and a 2-kilometre track will be built in Rajasthan. This train track will be elevated for 70.5 kilometres. In addition, a 36-kilometre section will be underground. The journey from Delhi to Alwar will take only 70 minutes after this project is completed.

“The DPR of the Delhi-Gurugram-SNB (Shahjahanpur, Neemrana, Behror Urban Complex) project has been authorised by the Governments of Haryana and Rajasthan,” according to officials from the National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC).

The Center’s final approval is still pending. This project is presently in the planning stages. Work on the project will begin within a month of receiving the centre’s final approval. Officials have currently identified 22 electric high-tension lines that cross this region. They’ll be relocated. The NCRTC has relocated ten of these. Power Grid Corporation of India is relocating the remaining 12 lines in partnership with the local government.

There will be 16 stations on the 106 km route. These stations will be Sarai Kale Khan , Jorbagh , Munrika , Aero-City , Udyog Vihar , Sector 17, Rajiv Chowk , Kherki Dhaula , Manesar , Panchgaon , Bilaspur Chowk , Dharuheda , MBIR , Rewari , Babal and SNB. 7 Stations (Udyog Vihar , Sector 17, Rajiv Chowk , Kherki Dhaula , Manesar ,Panchgaon , Bilaspur Chowk) will be built in Gurugram.

Two of the stations will be underground, with the remaining five being elevated. After completing this route, the 106-kilometre travel from Delhi to Behror will take only 70 minutes by high-speed train. The train will go at 180 kilometres per hour on this track. The train will be available in 5 to 10 minutes.

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  1. What is the need for the sudden spurt of metros spending huge money at this time when the country/ even World is reeling under severe environmental crisis. This is good for cement industry which is highly polluting.
    What is the gist of project report says? What will happen to existing transport systems used by common man. Who are the likely users? Most likely not common man.
    Must be huge investments? Where from you get the finance? What will be the repayment arrangements? Are the existing metros are financially viable? These are mentioned in the National interest particularly at this time when the survival is at stake for the common man. I hope there are people who think about these aspects!

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