No compliance notice for RRTS metro line under Delhi Zoo issued: government
Delhi Zoo has received a proposal asking for permission to develop an RRTS metro line under its area, but no no-objection certificate has been issued for the same by the Central Zoo Authority, the government said on Friday. .
Responding to a question to Lok Sabha on the impact of vibrations from the subway trains on the zoo animals if the proposal is approved, Minister of State for Environment Ashwini Choubey said: “The proposal has been received by the National Zoological Park. However, no objection certificate was issued by the Central Zoo Authority. ” The National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) had sent a proposal to the CZA for the development of a metro line of the regional transport system Rapid Common (RRTS) under the Delhi National Zoological Park area. The NCRTC has proposed that 800 meters of the RRTS Corridor of the 107-km-long Delhi-SNB (Shahjahanpur-Neemrana-Behror) Urban Complex, which is part of the Delhi-Alwar RRTS Line, crosses the Delhi Zoological Park at a depth of 80 feet, according to reports. The Delhi-SNB corridor as well as the Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut line will provide seamless connectivity in the National Capital Region by connecting the cities in the east of the capital – Ghaziabad and Meerut – with those in the south – Gurgaon and Alwar. In Delhi, the two corridors will originate from Sarai Kale Khan.
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