Noida Metro: Aqua Line Extension to Greater Noida West

The Aqua Line corridor of the Noida Metro is set for a significant extension, adding eleven new stations that will span sectors in Greater Noida and Noida’s sectors 51, 61, 70, 122, and 123. This extension project will cover a distance of 17.43 kilometres and is expected to cost around Rs 2,991.60 crore, according to reports from Delhi Breakings.

The Noida Metro Rail Corporation (NMRC) has recently received approval to extend the Aqua Line Corridor to Greater Noida West. This development aims to enhance connectivity between Noida, Greater Noida, and Delhi, easing commuter travel across these regions. The project will add eleven new metro stations, enhancing transit options for residents and commuters in the area.

The extension is anticipated to improve the Noida and Greater Noida transit system, bridging the gap between these regions and Delhi. Notably, the Sector 61 interchange station will play a crucial role by facilitating seamless connectivity between the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation’s (DMRC) Blue Line and the Aqua Line.

This extension has the potential to drive economic growth in the region by promoting business activities, real estate development, and overall prosperity. The improved accessibility of the new metro line is expected to attract more residential developments to the area, further accelerating its growth.

Moreover, the new metro line is expected to reduce traffic congestion on the roads, shorten commuter travel times, and lower pollution levels. By encouraging more people to opt for public transportation, the metro system will contribute to creating a greener and more sustainable urban environment.

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