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First Pier Of Delhi-Meerut Fast Rail Hall Accomplished: Verify Undertaking Standing

Delhi-Meerut Regional Fast Transit System: The first pier of the elevated part of the 82.15 km lengthy Delhi-Meerut regional fast transit system (RRTS) has been accomplished close to the upcoming New Ashok Nagar station. The Delhi portion of the elevated RRTS hall begins from the Sarai Kale Khan station and passes above the prevailing Barapullah flyover whereas crossing the Yamuna river to achieve the New Ashok Nagar RRTS station, based on the Nationwide Capital Area Transport Company or NCRTC. The Delhi-Meerut is among the three prioritized corridors of the primary section of the RRTS challenge.  (Additionally Learn: Alstom Wins Delhi-Meerut Fast Rail’s Contract For Signalling, Telecommunications)

The peak of the constructed pier within the elevated part is 6.5 meters, and the common top of the piers within the stretch varies from 5.6 meters to 17 meters. The first RRTS Yamuna bridge can also be below building for crossing the river nearly parallel to the DND flyway.

The muse work, together with piling and pile caps, is in full swing between New Ashok Nagar to Kondli below bundle six contract, and round two km of basis work has been accomplished out of the 9.2 km elevated hall within the nationwide capital. (Additionally Learn: Delhi-Meerut Fast Rail To Have Indigenous Ballastless Monitor Know-how )

The Delhi-Meerut semi-high-speed rail line will scale back the journey time between Delhi and Meerut below 60 minutes, as in comparison with the present 90-100 minutes. The fast rail will function at a most velocity of 160 km per hour. Out of the 82 km lengthy Delhi-Meerut fast rail hall, the prioritised 17 km-long Sahibabad-Duhai part has been focused to be operational by the 12 months 2023. The Nationwide Capital Area Transport Company is liable for implementing the RRTS challenge throughout the nationwide capital area.

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