India’s first RTC corridor is being built by the National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCTRC). Explain that in this project, out of 82 km, 70 km of elevated corridor will be provided.
Delhi-Meerut corridor: Special Delhi-Meerut Rapid Transit System corridor is being constructed for passengers going from Delhi to Meerut. This route will pass through Delhi and Meerut. During this, this expressway will cross many rivers, bridges, rail crossings etc. Please tell that this project span has been used to reduce the distance. India’s first RTC corridor is being built by National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCTRC). Explain that in this project, out of 82 km, 70 km of elevated corridor will be provided.Also Read – Delhi: Shiromani Akali Dal’s protest march against agricultural laws, gates of two metro stations closed, security increased
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According to an official, the NCRTC is ensuring that the services of the Indian Railways running below will not be affected due to the expressway going through the bridge. This work can be completed without affecting the works of the railways. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation is first using such concrete and steel spans in places where it is impossible to build pillars. The longest span has been built to cross four railway tracks at Okla in South Delhi. Also Read – Delhi Metro Pink Line: With the introduction of the Pink Line, the journey became easier for the passengers, know what were the challenges for DMRC?
These spans are being manufactured in a factory, they will be loaded on trailers and transported to the site during the night. Explain that where the corridor has to cross structures like rivers, railway crossings, metro, expressways. Special spans will be used at those locations. These beams are made from steel. Please tell that two such spans will come between Sahibabad and Ghaziabad. Their height, weight, etc. will all be taken care of.