RRTC Delhi Ghaziabad Meerut High Speed Train Project | Station Name, Completion Date

Delhi - Ghaziabad - Meerut 92 Kilometer Rapid Rail Transit Corridor (RRTC) Project Built by National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) that will enable travel at the rate of 160 kmh (maximum speed) with average speed of 100kmh. The 92km-long corridor, with a capital investment of Rs 32,000 crore, will bring down the travel time between Delhi and Meerut by 60 minutes as compare to normal Indian Railway Train. The entire RRTS corridor is expected to be completed by 2024 and six places have been earmarked in Ghaziabad district to develop stations under the transit-oriented development (TOD) within a radius of 1.5 km around each RRTC Railway Stations

Delhi Ghaziabad Meerut High Speed Train RRTC Distance, Route Map, Date of Completion

Sarai Kale Khan-Sahibabad - 16.60km - January 2024
Sahibabad-Meerut - 38.05km - January 2023
Meerut South-Modipuram - 37.40km - July 2024

Delhi Ghaziabad Meerut RRTC Number of Station: Total 15 stations including 7 elevated and 6 underground stations.

Name of Delhi Ghaziabad Meerut High Speed Train Stations: Nizamuddin/Sarai Kale Khan, Anand Vihar, Sahibabad, Ghaziabad City, Guldhar, Duhai, Muradnagar, Modinagar, Meerut South, Shatabdi Nagar, Nauchandi/Hapur Road, HRS Chowk, Begam Pul, Meerut North and Modipuram.

Nizamuddin/Sarai Kale Khan station will be the convergence point for three proposed RRTS corridors connecting Delhi to Ghaziabad-Meerut, Sonipat-Panipat and Gurgaon-Rewari-Alwar.

The corridor will originate at the Sarai Kale Khan bus terminal and pass through Delhi, Ghaziabad and Meerut regions before terminating at Modipuram. Of the 92.05 km-long stretch, 60.354km will be on an elevated viaduct, 30.245km will be underground, while 1.451km will be at grade for connections to two depots, one each at Duhai and Modipuram. In Delhi and Meerut the RRTC will be underground, including the stretch where the line will cross the Yamuna.The section running along the median of the Delhi-Meerut highway will be elevated.

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