Jangpura station to be constructed as transit hub on Delhi-Meerut RRTS line | Newest Information Delhi


The Nationwide Capital Area Transport Company (NCRTC) plans to develop the Jangpura station on the Delhi-Meerut Regional Fast Transit System (RRTS) hall as a serious transit hub with house for residential, business and workplace complexes, and different amenities for which an in depth plan will likely be made, an NCRTC spokesperson mentioned.

“We’ve got invited bids to nominate a advisor to organize an Affect zone plan in order that Jangpura is developed as a transit-oriented improvement (TOD) node. It’s going to principally be about guaranteeing seamless connectivity with different modes of transportation, together with last-mile connectivity, pedestrian-friendly space, provision for parking, city furnishings, road merchandising zones and others. The proposed station and stabling yard will likely be built-in,” the spokesperson mentioned.

“The advisor may even map all the prevailing amenities and accordingly plan for the realm’s improvement and in addition take obligatory approvals from all of the companies,” the spokesperson added.

Final 12 months, NCRTC determined to increase its Delhi Meerut hall, which was deliberate to start at Sarai Kale Khan in Delhi, until Jangpura. In line with the preliminary plan, Sarai Kale Khan, New Ashok Nagar and Anand Vihar had been the one three stations in Delhi on the hall, together with a stabling yard-cum-maintenance facility at Jangpura. A stabling yard is as a spot the place trains are parked earlier than their subsequent journey.

Other than the stabling yard, Jungpura station may even have an operation management centre to observe and management the time-bound operation of trains on all three corridors, mentioned a second official. Moreover Delhi-Meerut, NCRTC can also be developing Delhi-Gurugram-SNB and Delhi-Panipat corridors.

NCRTC officers mentioned unfold over 12 hectare, the Jangpura station will change into a serious transit hub and supply direct fast rail hyperlink to south Delhi. “The choice was taken to supply seamless connectivity to folks coming from Meerut, Ghaziabad and so forth to the south Delhi space,” the NCRTC spokesperson mentioned.

As per the tender doc, 800 m radius across the station will likely be developed as per TOD coverage, of which space underneath the 500m radius can have intense improvement (greater Flooring Space Ratio). “The advisor should put together an in depth site visitors administration plan for the realm and in addition suggest measures for seamless connectivity with the highway and mass transit community across the station as much as 100metres or to the following intersection of the highway boundary past the TOD planning space,” mentioned a senior NCRTC official.

The advisor will survey the prevailing improvement, constructions, plots, encroachments, main landmarks, Metro stations and so forth. and assess their utilization. “This can embody reviewing the provision of public facilities and road furnishings, identification of exercise patterns, together with casual business areas, and use of public areas. It’s going to additionally contain mapping of ongoing and current infrastructure initiatives or different public works by varied service offering companies,” mentioned the official.

The Delhi-Meerut hall is the primary of the three RRTS corridors being developed by the NCRTC. The development work on the hall began in 2019, and is predicted to be accomplished by 2025. Of the 82kms, 14-km will likely be constructed in Delhi, together with a 1.35km-long bridge on the Yamuna to attach New Ashok Nagar and Sarai Kale Khan stations. The development of the bridge, which is able to run parallel to the Delhi Noida Direct flyway, began in February final 12 months.


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