Uttar Pradesh government will spend 7000 crores for connecting Jewar airport to Delhi. The Government will also start Ultra Personal Rapid Trains soon for this route.
These elevated trains will be passes by Noida, Greater Noida, and Yamuna expressway. And, the government no need for any land acquisition for this project.
It is expected that the elevated train will run on the track with a high speed of 100 km/h. Speedy and easy transportation facilities by Uttar Pradesh government will help to stabilize its economy.
Greater Noida’s upcoming airport will be connected to two metro networks. YEIDA recently approved a budget of 6869 crores for two metro lines.
Jewar international airport will be the largest airport in India by its surface area 5100 hectare, out of which 240 hectares belongs to the state government and the rest is owned by private entities.
Both metro lines will be will start at knowledge park-2 in Greater Noida. This metro line would be developed as an airport line similar to the DMRC line.
The second metro will be pass through commercial, residential, and rural areas along the Yamuna expressway. One metro line will stretch from the Jewar airport to Pari chowk. The length of the track from the airport to Pari chowk will be 35.64 kilometers.
From knowledge park 2 to Yamuna expressway green belt, the track will be upraised. The cost of this metro line project estimated around 4951 crores.
25 stations are offered under this project between Pari Chowk to Jewar airport, out of which eight stations will be under greater Noida authority, while the rest will come under Yamuna authority. The distance between each station to be 1 kilometer to 1.45 kilometers. And, the metro station of Jewar international airport will be underground.
The name of the metro stations are as follows:
Knowledge park 2
Yamuna authority’s Sector 26-A
Gautam budh university
Noida international university
NAGLA HUKUM SINGH
JEWAR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
The overall project will be developed at a total cost of 7000 crores.