Government approves extension of rapid rail, proposal to be sent to central government

Meerut: CM Yogi Adityanath has given permission to run the Rapid Rail to Muzaffarnagar. For this, he has given orders to officers to send proposals to the Central Government. CM office gave this information by tweeting. The work on the 82-km corridor of the Rapid Rail to be constructed from Seraikale Khan to Modipuram is being done in two phases. In the first phase, the construction of the pillar of rapid rail has started in 16 kilometers from Sahibabad to Duhai and about 34 kilometers from Duhai to Shatabdi Nagar.

Now the central government has to take a final decision on the proposal by the state government till Muzaffarnagar. After the construction of Rapid Rail Corridor from Meerut to Muzaffarnagar, it will increase by 50 km. If consent is obtained, then a total of 132 km of rapid rail corridor will be formed. Due to the highway from Meerut to Muzaffarnagar, the rapid rail will reach Muzaffarnagar from the elevated track itself.

Tenders for the steel structure of 12 stations have been uploaded on the portal by the National Capital Region Transport Corporation. It includes Partapur, Rithani, Shatabdi Nagar, Brahmapuri, Meerut North, Modipuram, Muradnagar, Modinagar South, North, Meerut South, MES Colony, Daurli. The last date for bidding for this has been kept on 6 October. Also, land is required on many areas for rapid rail stations. With this all security rules will be taken care of.

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