Waiting time and the number of interchanges are two major deterrents in the adoption of public transport. To provide seamless movement to the commuters, the three RRTS corridors will be interoperable. All the three corridors of phase – 1, i.e. Delhi – Ghaziabad – Meerut, Delhi – Panipat and Delhi – Gurugram – SNB will be converging at Sarai Kale Khan RRTS station in Delhi. Commuters would be able to travel from one corridor to another without interchanging the rail.
|Delhi – Faridabad – Ballabgarh – Palwal|
|Ghaziabad – Khurja|
|Delhi – Bahadurgarh – Rohtak|
The estimated 82 km long Delhi-Meerut Corridor would be passing through one of the most densely populated sections of the National Capital Region connecting Delhi to Uttar Pradesh.
The corridor would be beneficial for the development of the region and help connect the large number of townships and centres of economic activity that are already planned along this corridor.
– Length = 82 kms
– Number of RRTS Stations =16
– Number of additional Stations for Meerut MRTS = 9