Noida-Higher Noida metro line to be the longest


With as many as 21 stations and a depot, the upcoming Noida-Higher Noida Metro line is ready to be the longest hall of the area. Scheduled to be accomplished by March 2017, all its stations can have platform display screen doorways that may run on solar energy.

The roughly 30 kilometre-long hall shall be an extension of two strains – Dwarka Sector 21-Noida Metropolis Centre line and the upcoming Noida-Noida Sector 62 stretch. The road shall be commonplace gauge with all elevated stations, and a depot in Higher Noida that may boast of rain water harvesting amenities. Of the 21 stations on the road that may cowl Noida, six will come beneath Higher Noida.

The depot, in the meantime, can have the capability to station and keep 130 automobiles.

Explaining the technicalities, an official stated, “The hall has two casting yards — one on the Noida Sector 149 Metro station and the opposite on the Depot station in Higher Noida. The hall will transfer beneath the Devoted Railway Freight Hall and go above the Yamuna – Agra Flyover at 28 metres, which would be the highest level of the hall.” This station can even be related to the Higher Noida Expo Centre and the Particular Financial Zone by means of travelators.

“Apart from, a foot-over bridge will join the Sector 52 Metro station of the Noida Metropolis Centre – Sector 62 hall with the Sector 71 Metro station (the primary station of the hall) of the Noida – Higher Noida hall. Soil investigations and a geo-tech survey has been accomplished. For preliminary soil investigations, 200 borelogs have been dug alongside the hall,” the official added.

Work on the hall started earlier in Could this 12 months, On Sunday, the Delhi Metro Rail Company MD, Mangu Singh, inspected the stretch. “Mr. Singh expressed his satisfaction with the tempo of labor. To guard the inexperienced cowl, round 400 to 500 timber have been shifted and round 1,100 timber saved by shifting of piers,” stated one other official.



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