DMICD will construct Delhi-Manesar-Bawal-Neemrana rail-corridor

By Accommodation Times News Services

This infrastructure is being planned in order to elevate the connectivity between NCR and the surrounding regions to bring developments

Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation Limited, is setting up a rail-based Mass Rapid Transit System on the Delhi-Manesar-Bawal-Neemrana corridor connecting Delhi to Manesar in Haryana and Neemrana in Rajasthan. The project will improve the connectivity of the capital with the duo regions and will create a boom in the transportation and commutation and bring developments.

This infrastructure is being planned in order to elevate the connectivity between National Capital Region (NCR) and the surrounding regions to bring developments and up lift the regions. To improve the connectivity DMICDC is conducting two projects in NCR one is the Delhi-Manesar-Bawal-Neemrana corridor and another one is a project to improve connectivity between Dadri- Noida and Ghaziabad investment region, which will boost the real estate market.

To execute the project DMIDC has consulted the Urban Development ministry for the implementation of these projects with a smoother process. Officials said, to proceed with the consultation process DMICD will be arranging a meeting with the Urban Development ministry, under the chairmanship of Urban Development Secretary Sudhir Krishna, along with officials of the Railway ministry to deliberate the projects.

NCR is currently booming with the new infrastructure projects, prior to these projects recently NCR has witnessed additional three regions and three more Regional Rapid Transit System corridors will be developed by National Capital Region Transport Corporation. Recently, the cabinet has also approved the proposal of this corporation to implement RRTS corridors linking Delhi with Panipat, Alwar and Meerut.

The transportation projects are being developed with a view to link new DMICDC green field industrial cities to areas which serve as residential hubs for workers. The National Capital Region Planning Board will be holding a meeting with officials from NCR states to decide alignment of these three corridors in the last week of this month.

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