Modi Nagar North
(A13) Shatabdi Nagar
Jangpura RRTS station will also have stabling yard for the train stabling and maintenance, operational control centre, office complexes and residential towers.
Jangpura station is being connected by Mathura Road in South Delhi for smooth accessibility. In this process, a four-lane connecting road is being constructed by NCRTC from Mathura Road to go towards Jangpura RRTS station. With this construction in place, the residents of Ashram, Maharani Bagh, Nizzamuddin and Jangpura can avail RRTS services easily, without any hassle of getting stuck in traffic jams.
Sarai Kale Khan RRTS station is one of the largest stations on the corridor. With Multi-Modal Integration (MMI) at its core, this station is strategically located in close vicinity of Delhi Metro Station, Indian Railway’s Hazrat Nizamuddin station, and Vir Haqiqat Rai ISBT. It will provide seamless Intermodal Integration between these modes of transit.
This station is also significant as all 3 priority RRTS corridors (Delhi-Panipat and Delhi-SNB-Alwar and Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut) of the first phase will converge here. Interoperability will facilitate the commuters to travel from one corridor to another without the hassle to change the train.
New Ashok Nagar RRTS station is being constructed in close vicinity to the already operational New Ashok Nagar Metro Station, the distance between them being merely 100 metres. To integrate both modes NCRTC will provide a FOB. This FOB will connect the concourse level of the Metro station to the floor below the concourse level of the RRTS station.
To provide better connectivity and access to the station with the adjoining areas, NCRTC is constructing two more FOBs at this station. On one side of the RRTS station, a FOB will provide connectivity to the nearby areas of Chilla Village and the Mayur Vihar Extension. On the other side, a FOB will be provided near the Ancient Shiv Temple for ease of access to the residents of New Ashok Nagar.
Anand Vihar RRTS station will be one of the busiest commuter transit hubs having a huge daily footfall, as it is surrounded by a Metro station serving two metro lines, a Railway Station and two ISBTs – one at Delhi side and the other one at Kaushambi, UP side.
For passenger convenience, three lifts (one to access the platform and two to connect to the metro), five escalators (three to access the platform and two to connect to the metro), and two entry/exit gates will be provided at this station. One entrance will be towards Chaudhary Charan Singh Marg and the other will be towards Anand Vihar Railway Station.
Sahibabad RRTS station will be an important transit hub near Vasundhara residential sectors. The station will have three entry/exit gates; one at UPSRTC Sahibabad bus depot, another entry/exit gate will provide access to commuters coming from Sahibabad industrial area/Sahibabad railway station, and the third gate will be for commuters coming from different residential sectors in Vasundhara. This access will be provided using Foot Over Bridge and will have provision for integration with the proposed station of DMRC Phase 3 extension of Sahibabad.
Ghaziabad RRTS station is located near the Meerut trisection. This station will act as a major interchange hub for future RRTS routes and will also have interchangeable facilities with the Metro. The future routes of RRTS to Khurja and Hapur in western Uttar Pradesh will branch out from the main Ghaziabad station.
Guldhar RRTS station will provide world-class transit services for the residents of Raj Nagar, Raj Nagar Extension, Sanjay Nagar, and Niti Nagar of Ghaziabad. There will be two entry and exit gates at the ground level with provision for universal accessibility. For smooth movement of traffic, there will be a provision for entry and exit from the service road itself.
Duhai station is a priority section station. This station is going to be ready soon. At present, the work of installation of roofshed, installation of platform screen doors (PSD) and finishing of station has started at Duhai station, while the work of track laying, OHE, signaling and telecom is in the final stage.
Duhai Depot will house the operational control centre of the RRTS corridor. The Administrative Building at Duhai Depot will be equipped with state-of-the-art technology, along with various modern systems, state-of-the-art labs, simulator rooms, central work, and various equipment rooms.
Muradnagar RRTS station will have two entry and exit gates at ground level with provision of universal accessibility. For smooth movement of traffic, there will be a provision for entry and exit from the service road itself. The station will have seamless integration with Muradnagar bus station.
The construction of Modi Nagar South station is also in progress.
These elevated stations will have three levels, ground level, concourse level and platform level. For the convenience of the passengers, one entry/exit will be made on both sides of the station at the ground level.
Modi Nagar North will have entry and exit gates on both sides of the main road at ground level to provide convenient access from both sides of the road. The station will have 2-2 escalators and 1-1 lift along with stairs to go from ground level to concourse level and platform level.
Meerut South RRTS station will provide the services of RRTS as well as Meerut Metro. This station is being constructed near Meerut Expressway. Two entry and exit gates on both sides of the road will provide ease of access to the commuters. Meerut Metro service will start from Meerut South station and go till Modipuram.
Shatabdi Nagar RRTS station will ease the movement of people living nearby and those working at the industrial units in this area. The station will make it convenient to travel towards Delhi and Modipuram. The station will provide services of Meerut Metro along with RRTS trains. This station will have two entry-exit gates on either side of the road.
Begumpul RRTS station is an underground station which will also serve the local Meerut Metro along with regional trains in Meerut. Begumpul is the business center of Meerut, and the station will have four entry-exit gates for the convenience of commuters.
The first entry-exit gate will be towards Abu Lane, the main market of Meerut. The second will connect Meerut’s Lal Kurti Market with the station. The third entrance would connect to the Zero Mile and the fourth would connect to the other side of the Zero Mile.
From Modipuram station, passengers will get the facility to travel in both RRTS and MRTS trains. This station will be close to many residential societies. Many rural areas located in the northern part of Meerut will also benefit from this station. Modipuram station will be an elevated station.