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Brief Background. . . . Greater Noida has been developed as Metro centre providing for quality urban environment, to attract economic activities and population to decongest Delhi. Brief Background. . . .
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Brief Background. . . Greater Noidahas been developed as Metro centre providing for quality urban environment, to attract economic activities and population to decongest Delhi.
Brief Background. . . Set-up in January 1991 under the UP Industrial Area Development Act 1976 , provided the basic enabling framework for developing an efficient and integrated modern city with high service and delivery standards . It provides for Planning, Developing, Regulating and Operations under a Single Authority - GNIDA
Brief History and Background………….. • Presently total number of villages notified with GNIDA and • its expansion area are 293. • First Master Plan-2011 prepared in 1992 • Outline Development Plan 2001Approved by NCR • Planning Board in 1996 • 2 Sub-regional CentresSurajpur and Kasna • Total Population 3.00 Lakh population (1.5 lakh each) • Total urbanisable area - 5075 Ha. (including UPSIDC area).
Greater Noida – The City • 5,075 Ha. already urbanized in Phase I • Urbanizable area of 22,255 Ha. by year 2021 • City planned for a population of • 0.7 million by year 2011 • 1.2 million by year 2021 • Industry led development - 4201 Ha. to be developed by 2021 • Residential development – 5000 Ha. to be developed by 2021
Detailing of Plan for implementation purpose • Key Plans prepared • Hard infrastructure- Transport Plan, Sewerage, Water Supply, Drainage, Electrical, Solid Waste Management, etc. • Soft Infrastructure- Health, Security, Education,Gas pipeline, Telecom, OFC, etc. • Landscape Master Plan • Improve aesthetics by way of Signage Control. • Urban Design guidelines
…. Transportation Plan • Key Features of Transportation Plan • 130 m ROW road as the backbone connecting the northern end to southern end • Hierarchy of Roads (sector roads 60-105m ROW) • Slow moving traffic only on service lane of arterial roads
…. Social Infrastructure Master Plan • Separate Social Infrastructure Master Plan have been prepared for • Security Master Plan – Police Station, Police Post and Fire Stations • Postal Master Plan • Bus Shelter and Bus Routing • Pedestrian Facilities Master Plan • CNG and Gas Pipe line Network Plan
…. Services Master Plan • Separate Services Master Plan have been prepared for • Water Supply Network • Sewerage Collection System • Drainage Network and rainwater harvesting • Power Distribution Plan • Convergence Network Plan • Solid Waste Management Plan
WATER SUPPLY • WATER SUPPLY BEING PROVIDED @ 225 LPCD • PRESENTLY DEMAND BEING FULFILLED BY TUBEWELL (UNDERGROUND WATER EXTRACTION). • TOTAL WATER SUPPLY REQUIREMENT - 243 TUBEWELLS • EXSITING PROVISION • OVERHEAD TANKS – 21 NOS • TOTAL CAPACITY – 35650 KL • NO. OF TUBEWELLS – 78 . • UNDER CONSTRUCTION • OVERHEAD TANKS – 16 NOS • TOTAL CAPACITY – 33650 KL • NO. OF TUBEWELLS – 165 . • OTHER PROVISIONS • 82 CUSEC GANGA WATER SUPPLY SCHEME UNDER IMPLEMENTATION • TOTAL NUMBER OF UGR’S– 29 NOS • FUNCTIONAL UGR’S – 04 NOS • UGR’S UNDER CONSTRUCTION– 20 NOS • WORK AWARDED TO UPRNN • COMPLETION DATE – DEC 2012
SEWERAGE • TOTAL ESTIMATED SEWERAGE GENERATION - 433 MLD • PRESENTLY OXIDATION POND FUNCTIONAL NEAR VILLAGE KASNA. • PROPOSED PROVISIONS • SECTOR-1 – 157MLD • SECTOR-XU I – 72MLD • ECOTECH-III – 20 MLD • ECOTECH-II – 15 MLD • TECHZONE IT CITY - 12 MLD • ECOTECH-II – 15 MLD • KP-V – CAPACITY UNDER REVISION • UNDER CONSTRUCTION • NEAR VILLAGE KASNA – 137 MLD • VILLAGE SADOPUR- 2X 10 MLD • OTHER PROVISIONS • TREATED WATER RECYLING PROVISION UNDER ACTIVE CONSIDERATION
DRAINAGE & RAINWATER HARVESTING • TOTAL PROPOSED LENGTH OF TRUNK DRAIN- 278 KMS • TOTAL CONSTRUCTED LENGTH OF TRUNK DRAIN- 66.73 KMS • TOTAL UNDER CONSTRUCTION LENGTH OF TRUNK DRAIN- 10.10 KMS • OTHER PROVISIONS • RAIN WATER HARVESTING PROVISIONS BEING DONE IN GREEN BELTS, PARKS, INDIVIDUAL PREMISES (ROOF-TOP), AS PER UP GOVT. ORDER.
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT • TOTAL GARABAGE GENERATION - 150 Tons • PRESENTLY GENERATED • BIODEGRADABLE GARABAGE-90 TONS • SILT GENERATION – 60 • PROPOSED PROVISIONS • SANITARY LANDFILL SITE ADMEASURING 126 ACRES IDENTIFIED NEAR VILLAGE ASTOLI. • EIA STUDY FOR THE PROPOSED SITE COMPLETED. • ENVIRONMENTAL CLEARANCE AWAITED FROM STATE GOVT.
…. The Landscaping Plan • Key Features • About 16.09% area reserved for Greenery • Interlinked green spaces – continuous lung space. • Green belts along internal roads to control development, improve aesthetics and environment. • Introduced innovative concept of institutional green areas. • City Park has been developed of 22 Acres. • Bird Sanctuary developed at KhodnaKhurd Forest Block. • Reserved forest area of 1110 hectares.
Metro Rail Link from Noida to Greater Noida • Length – 29.707 km • Gauge – 1435 mm • Stations – 22 (Out this 2 are future station) • Max Speed -95 km /hr • Schedule speed- 45 km /hr • Total Estimated Cost Without Taxes (AT June’ 2009 Prices) : Rs. 2781 crores (Without land) : Rs. 5000 crores (With land) • Areas covered – Sec 32,via sector 51 sector 83, sector 101, sector 143, sector 147, Knowledge Park –II, PariChowk, Alpha, Delta to Knowledge Park- IV. • Now a new route from Sector 62 Noida to Sector Greater Noida has been also proposed to improve connectivity from Noida and Ghaziabad.
Proposed Metro Rail Stations from Noida to Greater Noida SEC. 32 Sec.51 Sec. 78 Sec.50 Sec. 81 Sec. 101 Sec. 83 Dadri Road SEC. 142(9th) Sec. 137 Depot Stn. Sec. 144 ALPHA II Sec. 143 KP II Sec. 147 ALPHA I Sec. 153 PARI CHOWK Sec. 149
EASTERN PERIPHERAL EXPRESSWAY (EPE) • EASTERN PERIPHERAL EXPRESSWAY is on eastern side of Delhi and passes through Haryana and UP. • Length - 135 km • Lanes - 6, expandable up to 8 in future • Areas covered - Sonepat, Faridabad (Haryana), Baghpat, Ghaziabad, GautamBudh Nagar (UP)
EASTERN PERIPHERAL EXPRESSWAY (EPE) • This project will be implemented by National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) • Speed limit - Designed for 120 km/hr • Expected vehicular movement - 1,00,000 vehicles per day by 2021 • Project cost - Rs. 3000 crores • 7 Interchanges - On intersections with NH-1, NH-2, NH-24, NH-58, NH-91, SH-57, Hindon Expressway, Yamuna Expressway • Toll Plazas - 2 • Project duration - 3.5 years
LEGEND : GREATER NOIDA TO AGRA – TAJ EXPRESS TO BE DEVELOPED BY JAL NOIDA TO GREATER NOIDA EXPRESSWAY -COMPLETED LAND FOR DEVELOPMENT AT 5 LOCATIONS TOTAL – 6250 ACRES TO BE DEVELOPED BY JAL YAMUNA EXPRESSWAY PROJECT 185 km long 6 Lane Access Controlled Expressway connecting Noida to Agra • Rights to concessionaire for 36 years • Development of 25 Million Sq Mtrs of land along the Expressway to be developed by the concessionerre. • Around 54000ha of land to be developed by the Yamuna Expressway Authority AGRA 5 DISTRICT AGRA SADABAD DISTRICT MATHURA DISTRICT HATHRAS MATHURA DISTRICT ALIGARH 4 GAUTAM BUDH NAGAR GREATER NOIDA 3 CHHATA TAHSIL 2 HARYANA 1 INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT NOIDA NEW DELHI
UPPER GANGA CANAL EXPRESS WAY • UPPER GANGA CANAL EXPRESS WAYis on western bank of Upper Ganga Canal and passes from Sanota ( Greater Noida) to Purkazi. • Length– 147.8 km • Lanes - 8 • Areas covered - Devban, Muzaffarnagar, Meerut, Ghaziabad, GautamBudh Nagar (UP)
UPPER GANGA CANAL EXPRESS WAY • This project will be implemented by Uttar Pradesh Expressways Industrial Development Authority(UPEIDA) • Speed limit - Designed for 120 km/hr • Expected vehicular movement - 80,000 vehicles per day by 2021 • Project cost - Rs. 7000 crores • Toll Plazas - 3 • Project duration - 3 years
GANGA EXPRESS WAY • GANGA EXPRESS WAYis on left bank of River Ganga and passes through Greater Noida to Balia. • It will be India’s longest Expressway. • It will reduce travel time between Delhi to Varanasi to 8 hrs. • Length - 1047 km • Lanes - 8 • Areas covered - GautamBudh Nagar , Bulandshahar, Aligarh, SahjahanpurFarokhabad ,Unnnao, Kanpur, Raebareilly, ParatapgarhAllahabad,Varanasi, Balia(UP)
GANGA EXPRESS WAY • This project will be implemented by Uttar Pradesh Expressways Industrial Development Authority(UPEIDA) • Speed limit - Designed for 120 km/hr • Expected vehicular movement - 80,000 vehicles per day by 2021 • Project cost - Rs. 30,000 crores • Toll Plazas - 22 • 22 Interchanges • Project duration - 4 years
DELHI MUMBAI INDUSTRIAL CORRIDOR • 1483 km long Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) Project between Delhi & Mumbai to be commissioned by 2012 • DMIC aimed to leverage the economic benefits of the DFC • Apex Authority under the Chairmanship of Union Finance Minister has been constituted • DMICDC successfully incorporated on 7thJanuary, 2008 with following initial equity structure: • GOI: 49% • Financial Institutions: 51%
NOIDA–GNIDA–YEA EARLY BIRD PROJECTS • Metro Link from Noida to Greater Noida to Jewar • City Centre • Multi-Level Car Park • Auto Mart & Fashion Mart • Railway Station at Boraki, Greater Noida • Power plant for the region • Dadri – Balabhgarh Rail link • Greater Noida -- NOIDA -- Badarpur Expressway • Proposed Jewar Airport • Multi- Modal Logistic Hub
NOIDA–GNIDA–YEA EARLY BIRD PROJECTS • WORK STARTED ON • Railway Station at Boraki, Greater Noida • Multi- Modal Logistic Hub • Power plant for the region • 4. Solid Waste Management Plant • And Waste water Treatment
Impact of Development of Special Projects The impact of DMIC, Other Connectivity projects Shall be as follows: 1) The pace of Industrialization shall increase. 2) The economic activity in turn shall increase. 3) The Area of influence shall be Socially and Economically benefitted and there will be hike in property value. 4) The local villagers of the area shall get training as skilled workers , so that the get job opportunities all over the world. 5) There will be large amount of revenue generation from the area and also a lot of employment shall be generated.