80km aside, how you can carry IGI and Jewar airport nearer | Noida Information

GREATER NOIDA: In 4 years, flying out and in of Delhi-NCR will imply taking a flight from IGI Airport close to Gurugram or the 80-km-apart Jewar airport in Larger Noida by traversing the nationwide capital’s monster visitors.
Like New York’s JFK and Newark airports or London’s Heathrow and Gatwick, a major variety of flyers may even must transit between IGI and Jewar airports. By 2024, the IGI airport will probably be dealing with over 10 crore flyers yearly and the Jewar airport will start its flight with a capability of 1.2 crore passengers each year.

80km apart: Plan to link airports gains steam

With such volumes and distance concerned, it’s crucial to have seamless journey choices between the 2 worldwide airports of Delhi-NCR. And with decks being cleared handy over the greenfield venture to a world agency, the Yamuna Expressway Authority has now accelerated efforts in direction of connectivity between IGI and Jewar airports.
The Yamuna Expressway Authority CEO has requested the Nationwide Capital Area Transport Company (NCRTC) to arrange an in depth venture report (DPR) on multi-modal connectivity between the 2 airports, already proposed by state-run engineering consultancy RITES, and likewise written to the state authorities searching for funding for a similar.
“The three choices advised by RITES to attach each the worldwide airports embrace the usage of metro, prepare and fast rail transit system (RRTS). We have now requested the NCRTC to review the RRTS routes and put together a DPR on its feasibility. They need to be capable to submit the DPR inside three months,” CEO Arunvir Singh stated.
“We have now additionally written to the state authorities relating to funding for metro connectivity as it would incur excessive price from our facet. The elevated highway proposal can also be being monitored on the state stage and we expect a response from the federal government quickly,” he added.
RITES had earlier submitted three proposals to the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Improvement Authority (YEIDA) to attach the 2 airports.
The shortest connectivity route (78 km) is a brand new metro line — from Jewar airport to New Ashok Nagar metro station — on Blue Line by way of the Yamuna expressway and Noida-Larger Noida expressway. Then, the route will hyperlink New Ashok Nagar and Aerocity by way of Sarai Kale Khan by means of the proposed Delhi-Meerut RRTS hall.
The ultimate 4km — from Aerocity to the IGI airport — will probably be linked by means of automated folks movers (APM, a small-scale automated transit system for small distances). RITES has estimated a complete price of Rs 8,680 crore for this selection, the most costly of the three plans.
The second connectivity possibility, at a price of Rs 3,500 crore, is a 90km route from IGI airport to Aerocity by way of APM . From there, the route would join Sarai Kale Khan and Palwal by way of the Delhi-Alwar RRTS hall. The final stretch, from Palwal to Jewar, may very well be linked both by means of an extension of RRTS community or different last-mile possibility.
The third possibility is a 100km railway community from the IGI airport to Jewar by means of Tughlaqabad in south Delhi and Sector 142 in Noida. This may take the longest time however, at Rs 2,540 crore, would even be the most cost effective.
The CEO had earlier written to RITES to submit a revised report on highway connectivity between the 2 airports. This was as a result of the highway journey possibility, advised by RITES earlier, was “insufficient and impractical”, officers stated.

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