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111-km long Rapid Rail Service from Delhi to Panipat gets the nod

111-km long Rapid Rail Service from Delhi to Panipat gets the nod

There is a big news for Delhites and Haryana residents who are tired of commuting the age-old system of transportation.

Soon, Panipat in Haryana and India’s capital city of Delhi will be connected by a super fast Rapid Rail service.

To streamline the fast implementation of the development process of the Rapid Rail Service between Panipat and Delhi, the government of Haryana has already issued a mandate to concerned officers to prepare the Detailed Project Report, a source confirmed.

According to an estimate, The Rapid Rail service between the twin cities of Delhi and Panipat will cover a distance of 111 km in total. This is interesting to note that out of this 110 plus km long route, 109 km distance will be kept elevated. Only two km of the distance will be underground, it said.

the Rapid Rail service will pass through 12 railway stations between Delhi and Panipat. These include Kashmere Gate, Mukarba Chowk, Narela, Rajiv Gandhi Education City Sonepat, Kundali Border, KMP Expressway Interchange. The areas of Murthal, Ganaur, Ganaur GT Road, Samalkha, Panipat City and IOCL Panipat will fall in the state of Haryana.

The report has clarified that implementing agency for this particular Rapid Rail project will be Rapid Rail Transport Corporation. It falls under the National Capital Region Transport Corporation.

The project will be completed by constructing a state of the art elevated path along the existing GT Road.

The government of India has asked to complete the development work of the railroad between Delhi and Hisar in Haryana very quickly. To benefit the residents of its cities, the government of Haryana has asked the corporation to make the provisions of at least three stations in their jurisdiction.

The National Capital Region Transport Corporation is a company, which has an equal share of Indian government and state governments of Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. The corporation is responsible for designing, constructing, operating and maintaining rail based Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS) across the National Capital Region.

The Rapid rail system has identified, three RRTS corridors in the first place. They are named as Delhi-Meerut Smart Line, Delhi-Panipat Smart Line and Delhi-Alwar Smart Line.

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