Agencies have accelerated efforts to fulfill the deadline one day after Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath stated that a segment of India’s first rapid rail transportation system will be unveiled in the first week of June.
The organizations concerned are committed to meeting the deadline for finishing the 17 km long priority portion of the RAPIDX rail services operated by the National Capital Region Transport Corporation between Sahibabad and Duhai
Rapid Rail Transport From Delhi To Meerut Is All Set to Begin In June 2023.
The priority corridor between Sahibabad and Duhai on an elevated track is ready to run, NCRTC officials revealed to TOI. On Friday, Yogi announced the news while speaking at a public gathering in Ghaziabad.
There will be rail service from 6 am to 11 pm. The total corridor would include 24 stations, 13 of which will be in Meerut for the local transport services. The NCRTC’s official source states that the initial train service frequency will be every 15 minutes, with frequency increases based on demand from passengers.
There will be rail service from 6 am to 11 pm.
Inside the stations, glass elevators have been constructed to give the impression that the space is larger, brighter, and more airy.
For the safety of passengers, platform screen doors have been installed at every station. At every station, there is access to drinking water and restrooms at the paid portion of the concourse level.
At RAPIDX stations, special provisions have been established to ensure that visually impaired people can walk about without difficulty.
At RAPIDX stations, special provisions have been established to ensure that visually impaired people can walk about without difficulty. To prevent misunderstanding and offer them the quickest path to important sections in the station, specific tactile trails have been built.
The 82-kilometer-long corridor is anticipated to be finished in its entirety by 2025 at a cost of Rs 30,274 crore. With RAPIDX, almost 8 lakh commuters will travel every day.
RAPIDX will cover 68 km in Uttar Pradesh, including 7 km of underground track, and 14 km in Delhi, including 5 km of underground track