NPG (Network Planning Group) under PM GatiShakti has suggested 6 infra projects. The six projects, which included one from the MNRE (Ministry of New Renewable Energy), three from the Ministry of Railways, and two from the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, were assessed by the Network Planning Group during the meeting and were then recommended. The integrated and holistic approach will be used to develop these projects in accordance with the PM Gati Shakti principles. These initiatives will also boost the effectiveness of logistics across the nation while enabling multimodal connection and seamless movement of passengers and commodities.
The Network Planning Group examined a project by the Ministry of New Renewable Energy
A number of significant representatives from ministries and departments actively participated in the 45th session meeting, which was presided over by the Special Secretary, DPIIT. The Network Planning Group examined a project by the Ministry of New Renewable Energy. An interstate transmission system for renewable energy is the goal of the project in Ladakh. The initiative is distinctive, said the officials, and would go a long way towards helping India meet its goal of 500 GW of non-fossil fuel capacity by 2030.
A proposal for city logistics for the elevated Kanpur Anwarganj-Mandhana railway line was presented by the ministry of railways. It is a city-specific project since it will boost railroad line capacity utilization and improve local municipal logistics. The Network Planning Group also looked at an initiative by the Ministry of Railways to construct a rail bridge over the river Ganga in connection with a new railway line connecting Vikramshila and Katareah in Bihar. The project is located near a river on the Ganga about 40 km from Bhagalpur.
The integrated and holistic approach will be used to develop these projects in accordance with the PM Gati Shakti principles
This project will enhance access to the economic nodes of the Eastern coal fields, food grains, and the transfer of cement to the Northeast region and north Bihar, as well as an increase in the production of stone chip boulders and other quarry materials to 3 rakes a day. It was also considered to double the 178.28km railway line between Ajmer and Chittorgarh. This project would primarily benefit Rajasthan’s industrial and tribal region, which includes the districts of Ajmer, Chittorgarh, and Bhilwara. The Network Planning Group also looked at two projects from the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways.