According to ADB, the proposed Delhi-SNB Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS) Investment Project is financing the second of three prioritized rail corridors of the planned RRTS network in the National Capital Region (NCR) of India. The Delhi-SNB RRTS will pass through the densely populated sections of the NCR, connecting urban nodes across Delhi, Gurugram, and the Shahjahanpur-Neemrana-Behror (SNB) urban complex in the state of Rajasthan. This 107-kilometer (km) corridor will provide a safe, reliable, and efficient commuter system with stations at every 5 to 10 km. It will facilitate high-speed mobility through high-frequency operations of 5-10 minutes, and a design speed of 180 km per hour. The project will finance the construction of the corridor, 11 elevated and 5 underground stations, track work, traction, and maintenance facilities. The proposed corridor will also support integrated land use planning and urban development through the implementation of land value capture and transit-oriented development pilot projects.
World BankUS$ 457.00 million
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