New Metro Route of 34km finally to operate in Delhi NCR

The Ghaziabad district has already the operation of the train along a 17-kilometer segment from Sahibabad to the Duhai Depot.

New Metro Route of 34km finally to operate in Delhi NCR

New Delhi: The Ghaziabad Muradnagar station will inaugurate the Namo Bharat Rapid Rail Metro Service to enhance the commutation facility.  The Namo train will operate along Section 2, extending from the Muradnagar station to Modi Nagar North station, enhancing the rapid rail connectivity in Ghaziabad with around total length of 34 kilometers. The Ghaziabad district has already the operation of the train along a 17-kilometer segment from Sahibabad to the Duhai Depot.

With this inauguration, the train services will expand to include three more new stations: Muradnagar, Modi Nagar South, and Modi Nagar North, facilitating seamless travel across a 34-kilometer stretch with a total number of eight stations. The Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS) corridor is an innovative rail-based transit system designed to reduce travel time significantly within the National Capital Region (NCR).

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for this pioneering corridor in March 2019, connecting Delhi and Meerut. The operational speed of the Namo Bharat trains is impressive, designed to travel at 180 km/h and operate at a speed of 160 km/h.

The entire 82-kilometer-long Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut RRTS corridor aims to transform and shorten distances, committing to minimizing the travel time between Delhi and Meerut to approximately one hour. This corridor is set to revolutionize the regional transit landscape, providing a fast, efficient, and reliable commuting option.

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The RRTS corridor embraces a significant step towards modernizing the urban transit system, offering a high-speed, comfortable, and eco-friendly travel option. It stands as a testament to India’s commitment to advancing its urban mobility solutions, paving the way for a future where distances are shortened, and connectivity is enhanced across cities.

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