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The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) on Tuesday has given a presentation to the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) on the first phase of the 35.64 km metro line expected to connect the proposed Jewar airport via Knowledge Park 2 in Greater Noida.
According to the draft detailed project report (DPR), the out of 35.64 km, 32.27 km corridor will be elevated and the remaining will be underground near the upcoming airport. The corridor will have total of 25 stations, out of which 24 stations will be along the elevated part and one will be underground. The cost of phase I is estimated to Rs. 6,969 crores with a deadline of completion of the project are March 2025.
YEIDA officials have suggested a few changes, including a completion deadline of 2023 as per PriceWaterhouse Coopers’ (PwC) bid document projections in the international airport project and told DMRC to look at traffic viability in line with techno-feasibility report of PwC (which includes projections of traffic flow from Haryana, Noida and Delhi) instead of traffic from Pari Chowk to Jewar, as reported by TOI.
Another meeting is slated for Friday between YEIDA, DMRC and PwC, following which the revised plan will be sent for state government’s approval, the officials said.
This article first appeared on urbantransportnews.com
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