Posted by: Guest on 29-03-2018 11:12
Type: New Facilities/Technology
The corridor connecting Noida and Ghaziabad will be an extension of the under-construction Noida City Centre-Sector 62 Blue Line corridor. This corridor will be 5.11km and have five stations, three of which — Vaibhav Khand, Indirapuram, Shakti Khand — are supposed to come up in the Indirapuram township.
The other corridor on the Blue Line — from Vaishali to Mohan Nagar — will be 5.06km long and have four stations — Prahlad Garhi, Vasundhara Sector 14, Sahibabad and Mohan Nagar.
The GDA is scheduled to meet on February 5 and suggest changes to the project report, if any, following which it will be sent to the state government for approval.
A station will come up in Sector 5 of Vasudhara and another will be built in Sahibabad, where passengers can interchange for trains on the proposed Vaishali-Mohan Nagar stretch. Once complete, the Noida-Ghaziabad project is likely to solve the travel woes that commuters have often complained about in the trans-Hindon area of Ghaziabad.
The extended Blue Line corridor will start from the under-construction Electronics City metro station in Noida's Sector 63, cross over NH24 and go to Sahibabad along the CISF-Vasundhara Road.