NCRTC has consulted industry leaders from Civil, E&M and Architecture field for RRTS execution, on Tuesday, in the Vendors Meet organised at New Delhi. During the meet, NCRTC officials gave a detailed overview of the project with special emphasis on procurement strategy and packaging plan of the Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut Corridor.
The industry captains shared their valuable insights, expectations, suggestions, and ideas about the project execution, contract design and risk allocation framework.
Addressing the gathering, Shri Vinay Kumar Singh, MD, NCRTC, said, “Projects like RRTS are imperative for sustainable economic growth required to realize the Government’s vision of making India a $5 trillion economy. The responsibility given to NCRTC is huge and NCRTC is committed to facilitate and create a work environment – an ecosystem in which our partners can work efficiently & confidently.”
Shri Singh further called on the industry to join hands with NCRTC in its endeavor to deliver excellence in this socially-oriented infrastructure project aimed at improving the quality of life of people and catalyzing polycentric, sustainable development of NCR.
Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut RRTS corridor is first of the three prioritized corridors planned for implementation in Phase-1. The other two are Delhi-Gurugram-Alwar and Delhi-Panipat Corridors.
RRTS Trains & stations
- RRTS Trains will be equipped with modern features like CCTV surveillance, Mobile/Laptop Charging points, Luggage space etc.
- All station and trains will have universal accessibility for specially-abled.
- Each train will have a Business Class and a Ladies coach.
- RRTS stations will be seamlessly integrated with other transport modes like Airport, Railway, Metro, ISBTs etc. and will be inter-operable ensuring that change of train is not required for moving from one RRTS corridor to another.