Fast rail update: The prices for private land have not been set for nine stations in Meerut

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Many sides are still in the construction of Rapid Rail. Read what the new update on building Rapid Rail is.

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Problems remain with the work of Rapid Rail’s 82 km corridor. Nine stations in the city of Meerut are to be built on private land. Negotiations on setting tariffs with private landowners for these have not yet been concluded. Recently, Commissioner Surendra Singh gave instructions to ADM Finance and Sub Registrar in this regard.The first meeting with private property owners took place on July 9, 2019 and the second on January 28, 20. The file has been wandering around since then. On May 28, EU Commissioner Surendra Singh reviewed the project. Now NCRTC has to increase the speed of operation in Meerut itself. ADM Finance Subhash Chand Prajapati said private property owners have been contacted. Billing will take place in the next two to three days.

One underground, the rest elevated
Eight out of nine stations are elevated on private property. One station is the Meerut Central Underground. Private land is required to enter and exit elevated train stations. Land is also required for the Modipuram depot.

Stations are being built here on private property
Meerut South, Partapur, Rithani, Shatabdi Nagar, Brahmapuri, Meerut Central, Daurli, Meerut North and Modipuram. In addition, 71.58 hectares of private land are required for the Modipuram depot.

Change of office from Saket to Modipuram
To increase the speed of the Rapid Rail Corridor, Chief Project Managers were deployed through the establishment of offices in Ghaziabad and Meerut. The Meerut office was opened in Saket. Due to lack of space, the office has now been relocated to the National Potato Research Center in Modipuram.

Engineers will increase the pace of work from here under the direction of the Chief Project Manager. In the next 10-15 days, TP Nagar traffic will be transferred to Metro Plaza. Work on the subway station and tunnel is to begin from the front of Naveen Mandi. A total of three underground stations are to be built in the city in the corridor. One is being built on the Cantt Board site in Begumpul, while the other Bhaisali metro station is on Sadar Tehsil’s government property. Meerut Central Station is being built on private land.

Team expanded

As Rapid Rail’s work picks up, NCRTC is restructuring the teams. NCRTC founded NCRTC Express Transit Limited a few days ago. It had five directors and a chairman. A team of 15 was formed with the CEO to expand the team. Officials from the maintenance, signaling, trading, infrastructure, operations and information, etc. departments were deployed.Dedicated freight corridor: 135 ton carriers in Saidpur
In order to increase the speed of the freight trains, the heaviest girder at 135 tons was relocated on Thursday between Khurja and Pilkhani in the 225 km long Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor. Its length is 34 meters, the height is 2.3 meters. The porter was placed on the canal in the village of Saidpur near Mohiuddinpur. According to the DFC, this was the heaviest carrier at this stage. Two hydraulic cranes weighing 350 and 400 tons were also used.

This phase should be completed by June 2022. Recently, in many places, work was stopped due to non-compliance with farmers in the countryside. However, the work of the DFC continued during the Corona period. The heaviest girder to date weighed around 100 tons. 36 girders were relocated in one month. At the same time, a porter must be available to cross Delhi Road. Instead of closing the Delhi-Meerut road, a small part will be prepared and the traffic will be diverted while retaining the porter.

Project manager Ghanshyam Tiwari, site manager Sunit Kumar Sharma, Pritam, Ashutosh Verma, Vindesh Mishra and L&T and DFCC site manager Dr. Raman Chaudhary were present at the transfer of the porter.

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Problems remain with the work of Rapid Rail’s 82 km corridor. Nine stations in the city of Meerut are to be built on private land. Negotiations on setting tariffs with private landowners for these have not yet been concluded. Recently, Commissioner Surendra Singh gave instructions to ADM Finance and Sub Registrar in this regard.

The first meeting with private property owners took place on July 9, 2019 and the second on January 28, 20. The file has been wandering around since then. On May 28, EU Commissioner Surendra Singh reviewed the project. Now NCRTC has to increase the speed of operation in Meerut itself. ADM Finance Subhash Chand Prajapati said private property owners have been contacted. Billing will take place in the next two to three days.

One underground, the rest elevated

Eight out of nine stations are elevated on private property. One station is the Meerut Central Underground. Private land is required to enter and exit elevated train stations. Land is also required for the Modipuram depot.

Stations are being built here on private property

Meerut South, Partapur, Rithani, Shatabdi Nagar, Brahmapuri, Meerut Central, Daurli, Meerut North and Modipuram. In addition, 71.58 hectares of private land are required for the Modipuram depot.

Change of office from Saket to Modipuram

To increase the speed of the Rapid Rail Corridor, Chief Project Managers were deployed through the establishment of offices in Ghaziabad and Meerut. The Meerut office was opened in Saket. Due to lack of space, the office has now been relocated to the National Potato Research Center in Modipuram.

Engineers will increase the pace of work from here under the direction of the Chief Project Manager. In the next 10-15 days, TP Nagar traffic will be transferred to Metro Plaza. Work on the subway station and tunnel is to begin from the front of Naveen Mandi. A total of three underground stations are to be built in the city in the corridor. One is being built on the Cantt Board site in Begumpul, while the other Bhaisali metro station is on Sadar Tehsil’s government property. Meerut Central Station is being built on private land.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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