Your comprehensive guide to Ghaziabad Metro

Ghaziabad, with a headcount of 1,729,000 people, is one of the major cities in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, and it is also a core of the Delhi NCR. The Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation is divided into five zones: the City Zone, Kavi Nagar Zone, Vijay Nagar Zone, Mohan Nagar Zone, and Vasundhara Zone.

As an outcome of recent development programmes, the city was voted second fastest-growing in the world by the City Mayors Foundation. The current state of metro connection to Ghaziabad is a point of contention. Ghaziabad is served by ten metro stations operated by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation.

Ghaziabad Metro: Switch channels to reach Shaheed Sthal Metro Station

Blue Line: Interchange from Kirti Nagar metro to Green Line, then from Ashok Park Main to Red Line at Inderlok station. The Blue Line’s Kaushambi and Vaishali stations are also accessible.

  • Yellow Line: At Kashmere Gate Station, change to the Red Line.
  • Violet Line: At Kashmere Gate Station, transfer to the Red Line.
  • Pink Line: Transfer from Welcome Station to Red Line

Ghaziabad Metro: A new plan connects the blue and red lines in Ghaziabad.

The Ghaziabad Development Authority (GDA) is discussing generating a complete project study to connect Noida Sector 62 Metro Station with Sahibabad and Mohan Nagar Metro Station with Vaishali through Metro Lite. A pillar has also been erected on the Delhi-Meerut Expressway to improve connection between Noida Sector 62 and Sahibabad.

The authorities had previously investigated ropeway and Metro Neo as prospective methods for connecting metro stations. Metro Neo provides inexpensive, ecologically friendly, and energy-efficient urban transportation choices for tier 2 and tier 3 cities.

The Greater Noida Development Authority (GDA) has directed the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to prepare a detailed construction report (DPR) for the Metro Lite project, which will connect Noida Sector 62 and Sahibabad. The authority prioritised the ropeway, neo-metro, and metro extension projects that it had originally indicated in the region above the Metro Lite idea.

The government is short on funds. Residents and commuters between Ghaziabad, Delhi, and Noida have made connecting the appropriate metro lines a high priority.

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