Railway plans elevated corridor in Delhi

    Railway plans elevated corridor in Delhi
    The Indian Railway is all set to revive the 35 km long ring railway by constructing elevated tracks as well as modernizing and redeveloping stations, said the concerned minister, informing that a study by RITES to finalize the revamp plan at the earliest is currently underway.

    The ring railway, constructed in 1975 to bypass the crowded Old Delhi, New Delhi and Hazrat Nizamuddin stations, has been in a state of utter neglect. The minister said the plan will help de-congest stations in Delhi and ensure long distance trains are able to stick to their schedule as existing tracks will be freed for them. The ring railway comprising 21 stations will help decongest the national capital and also reduce air pollution once it is connected with Delhi Metro corridors. The revival of the ring railway was announced in the railway budget.

    The study will examine the existing master plan and land use plan on the route, with proposed and upcoming transport infrastructure and system plans. Information on existing freight and passenger traffic on ring railway, in terms of frequency, capacity, coaches and utilization will be collected and plans also included the redevelopment of stations and unlocking land assets around the corridor.
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