As a solution to this, the government proposed a game-changing project - the Delhi to Meerut Rapid Rail.
The rapid rail aimed to create a seamless and rapid transit system connecting Delhi with Meerut, a major city in Uttar Pradesh, located about 72 kilometres away.
The project outlined a well-thought-out route with multiple stops in densely populated areas. These stops included Ghaziabad, Muradnagar, Modinagar, and Meerut, ensuring maximum connectivity.
The Delhi to Meerut Rapid Rail project introduced high-speed trains with cutting-edge technology. These trains could whisk passengers from Delhi to Meerut in under an hour.
One of the main objectives of the project was to significantly reduce vehicular traffic on the Delhi-Meerut Expressway.
The rapid rail not only improved transportation but also brought about a significant economic and social impact.
After several years of meticulous planning and construction, the Delhi to Meerut Rapid Rail project was completed and inaugurated with great enthusiasm.
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