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Noida Greater Noida Yamuna Expressway board meeting briefing by SANJEEV SARAN CEO









Greater Noida Authority First CEO Yogendra Narain on Noida Metro Airport and Noida Extension



Noida and Greater Noida Boards on Friday 13th January 2013..gave green signal to Noida to Greater Noida and city Centre to sector 62 Metro rail projects.Noida CEO Sanjiv Saran and Greater Noida CEO Rama Raman told media after the meeting of the two Boards that the total length of the Metro project is 29.70 kilometers. It will be run on 1433 gauge and will have 22 stations.

The maximum speed of train would be 95 kilometer per hour while scheduled speed is 35 kilometer per hour.

The total estimated cost at June 2009 prices is Rs.2781 crore without land and Rs.3017 crores with land.

Present-day cost of the project is expected to be around Rs.5500 crores, they said.

The areas to be covered under the project are Sectors 32, 51, 83, 101, 143, 147, Knowledge Park II, Pari Chowk, Sector Alpha, Delta and Knowledge Park IV.

To recover the cost, it was decided to increase the FAR (floor area ratio) of group housing projects from 2.75 to 3.5 in the projects falling within 1 kilometer distance on either side of the metro rail track.


The Yamuna Bank – NOIDA section of the Delhi Metro has been for the general public from 13th November 2009. With this, the Delhi Metro has crossed the borders of Delhi for the first time. NOIDA has become the first National Capital Region (NCR) city to be connected to the Metro network which now extends to almost 90 kms and covers 78 stations.The length of the section is 13.1 kms and it ahs 10 stations namely are Yamuna Bank, Akshardam Temple, Mayur Vihar – I, Mayur Vihar Ext., New Ashok Nagar (in Delhi), NOIDA Sector 15, NOIDA Sector 16, NOIDA Sector 18, Botanical Garden, Golf Course and NOIDA City Centre (Sector 32). This line is completely elevated.


Line 3 (Noida City Centre – Dwarka Sector 9)

Date of Completion:
Barakhamba – Dwarka - December, 2005
Dwarka - Dwarka Subcity - March, 2006
Barakhamba - Indraprastha - November, 2006
Indraprastha – Yamuna Bank – May, 2009
Yamuna Bank – Noida City Centre – November 2009

Distance: 47.3 Kms

No. of Stations: 42

Name of Stations: Noida City Centre, Golf course, Botanical Garden, Noida Sector 18, Noida Sector 16, Noida Sector 15, New Ashok Nagar, Mayur Vihar Ext. Mayur Vihar –I, Akshardham, Yamuna Bank, Indraprastha, Pragati Maidan, Mandi House, Barakhamba Road, Rajiv Chowk, R.K. Ashram Marg, Jhandewalan, Karol Bagh, Rajendra Place, Patel Nagar, Shadipur, Kirti Nagar, Moti Nagar, Ramesh Nagar, Rajouri Garden, Tagore Garden, Subhash Nagar, Tilak Nagar, Janakpuri East, Janakpuri West, Uttam Nagar East, Uttam Nagar West, Nawada, Dwarka Morh, Dwarka, Dwarka Sec-14, Dwarka Sec-13, Dwarka Sec-12, Dwarka Sec-11, Dwarka Sec-10 and Dwarka Sec-9.


A 22.79 Kms section of this line between Barakhamba and Dwarka commenced commercial operations from 31st December, 2005 and extensions of Line III i.e. 6.5 Kms into Dwarka subcity commenced commercial operations from 1st April, 2006 and 2.81 Kms from Barakhamba to Indraprastha commenced commercial operations on November 11, 2006.


The 2.1 kms section from Indraprastha to Yamuna Bank began commercial operations on 10th May 2009 while the 13.1 section of Yamuna Bank to Noida City Centre began operations on 12th November 2009.


Line III (Noida City Centre - Dwarka Sector 9) covers a distance of 47.3 Kms approx. The frequency varies 8 minutes at peak hours and 12 minutes in non peak hours. The 32.1 Kms section between Noida City Centre - Dwarka Sector 9 section is covered in 1 hour 20 minutes approximately.

The Metro Trains run from 6/00 AM in the morning till about 11/00 PM in the night.


Target dates of completetion ofDMRC Metro Routes...


Approx. Length (in kms)

Target Opening Dates

Shahdara - Dilshad Garden



Vishwavidyalaya - Jahangirpuri



Indraprastha - Yamuna Bank



Akshardham - New Ashok Nagar



New Ashok Nagar - Noida



Yamuna Bank - Anand Vihar ISBT


December 2009

Qutab Minar - Gurgaon


March 2010

Inderlok - Mundka


March 2010

Kirti Nagar – Ashok Park


June 2010

Central Secretariat – Qutab Minar


June 2010

Central Secretariat – Badarpur


September 2010

Airport Link:



New Delhi Railway Station– Dwarka Sector 21


September 2010

Dwarka Sector 9 to 21


September 2010

Anand Vihar ISBT – Vaishali, Ghaziabad


September 2010


May 24, 2011 Greater Noida Authority , Yamuna Expressway Authority approves Metro Plan...


The Noida, Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway authorities on Monday have planned for large scale infrastructure development across Gautam Budh Nagar district. In a joint board meeting, the major focus of the Authorities remained on providing connectivity within the district as well as with Delhi.


To begin with, the authorities have approved a major detailed extension of the Metro route connecting almost all of Noida and Greater Noida at a cost of Rs 10,000 crores, covering a total of 86 km. The route is estimated to be ready in the next three years.


Besides extending the existing city centre Metro route connecting Kalindi Kunj and Botanical Garden, a new line from the City Centre station in sector 32 to sector 62, touching NH-24, was also approved. This new 6-km route will be via sector 71 crossing and will provide connectivity to sectors 32, 34, 35, Hoshiarpur, sectors 51, 52, 71, Greater Noida Extension Marg, Sarfabad, sectors 60, 61, 62, 63 and NH 24.


A new loop from sector 71 via sector 121 will then join the Greater Noida route between the City Centre and Bodaki railway station in Greater Noida. This route will be from City Centre along the Greater Noida Expressway, touching Knowledge Park 4 via Pari Chowk and will finally end at Bodaki. The new loop has been added mainly to connect Noida extension that falls near sector 121 with Noida as well as with Greater Noida.


GREATER NOIDA: Work on the proposed Metro link between Noida sector 32 and Greater Noida is expected to begin soon. Greater Noida Authority officials say that the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has submitted its final Detailed Project Report and they are currently examining it. The Authority is likely to call for tenders this September....More



Dy CEO P C Gupta  on Greater Noida Metro in May 2011



Greater Noida CEO Rama Raman on Greater Noida Metro ...January 2011


10, Jul,2012 - A 35-km Metro rail service was announced on Monday to connect Noida with Greater Noida. The public-private partnership (PPP) model will be adopted for the Rs 7,500-crore project.This was announced after a meeting between senior officials of Noida, Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway authorities. “This will be independent from the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation’s (DMRC) projects in the area,” a senior official said.Noida Authority CEO Sanjeev Saran said: “We felt the need for a Metro service between Noida and Greater Noida because close to 1.5 lakh homes are expected to come up there by next year. Though the Delhi Metro has extended to several parts, some areas will still not be covered.”“The proposal for a PPP project was sent for approval to the state government. The service is expected to cover around 35 km,” he said.



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