Major boost to the Delhi Alwar regional rapid transit system (RRTS)! The first phase of the Delhi Alwar RRTS project, namely the Delhi-Gurugram-SNB (Shahjahanpur-Neemrana-Behror Urban Complex) corridor has kickstarted with a big development.
According to information shared by the National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC), the organisation has recently started the underground utility mapping on the corridor. Once the corridor is operational, passengers will be able to cover the distance between Delhi-SNB in just 70 minutes! NCRTC is the organisation which is mandated for implementing the RRTS project across the national capital region (NCR).
According to NCRTC, the RRTS project will be executed through a ground penetrating radar (GPR) technology. The underground utility mapping is a procedure of identifying the position and also labeling the public utility mains which are located underground. These utility mains may include the lines for telecommunication, natural gas, electricity distribution, water mains, as well as wastewater pipes. The GPR technology uses radar pulses in order to detect these utilities. This investigation is being conducted from the IDPL Complex in Gurugram and will be continued for approximately 40 days.