गति से प्रगति

National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) – a joint venture company of Govt of India and States of Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh is mandated for implementing the Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS) project across the National Capital Region, ensuring a balanced and sustainable urban development through better connectivity and access.

Impact on National Capital Region

Sustainable Development

Fast transit system will support in achieving the goal of sustainable urban development in NCR region including National Capital Territory of Delhi. It will activate processes which will enable sustainable economic and social development with environmental protection, for future generations.

Lower Emission and Reduced Congestion

The environment friendly and very low emission RRTS will carry many times more people at high speed (Average 100 kmph) while occupying just 3 m space on land thus reducing congestion on the roads. Overall it will significantly reduce the total emission from the transport sector in NCR.

Balanced Economic Growth

Seamless high speed connectivity will result in balanced economic development across the Region leading to economic benefits to all strata of society and many nodes of development rather than all economic activity happening at one place.

About RRTS

NCRTC - Journey so far

An Artistic Impression of a typical RRTS elevated station

Sarai kale khan RRTS station, Multimodal Integration plan

Multimodal Integration of various transport systems by NCRTC

Articles by MD / NCRTC Shri Vinay Kumar Singh

Intelligent Transport

“The National Capital Region Planning Board, a statutory body under the Government of India, in its Functional Plan on Transport for NCR-2032. Out of these, three corridors were strategically prioritised for implementation in Phase 1. The responsibility of designing, developing, RRTS has been assigned to the National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC), a joint venture with the Indian government and the state governments of Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.”

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General Public is hereby informed that road between Hindon Main Canal and Feeder Canal from New Ashok nagar to Kondali Bridge will be Diverted from 4th August 2020 for widening of the existing ...

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Jul
NCRTC today commissioned its site office in Gurugram for the Delhi-Gurugram-SNB RRTS corridor. The site office was inaugurated by Shri. Vinay Kumar Singh, Managing Director, ...