RRTS – Regional Rapid Transit System

RRTS- Regional Rapid Transit System – was conceptualised as an outcome of a stud


RRTS is proposed on the basis of the study titled ‘Identification of Rail Projects for commuter travel in Delhi & NCR, commissioned by Northern Railways. The main aim of the study is to wean away the commuters from road-based system to an optimal multi-modal mass transport system.

RRTS is expected to benefit Delhi/NCR, particularly Gurgaon, Manesar, Dharuhera,

Rewari & Alwar. This corridor is 180 km long and estimated to carry 6.9 lakh people daily by 2016, which will go up to 15.1 lakh by 2041 from Delhi – Alwar. 141 km of this stretch will run underground and rest on the elevated track. Unlike metro trains, where stations are at a distance of 1-2 km, these high-speed corridors will have stations at a distance of 5-10 km. Delhi-Alwar line will start from ISBT, Kashmere Gate in Delhi and will cover the whole distance only in 117 min. approx.

The coaches will be bigger in size with more luggage space and initially, the train will operate with three coaches at a speed of 60 km per hour and will run on broad gauge. And according to the feasibility study, the frequency of the trains will be five minutes. Feeder services would be provided at respective stations to help with passenger movement living in the suburbs. It will prompt more development in these satellite towns.Thepriceofland andrealestatedevelopmentaroundthesecorridorsisalso expected to go up. The government itself is planning to develop pockets of real estate along the high-speed rail corridors.

One of the key projects of NCRPB (National Capital Region Planning Board) is the development of Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS), connecting Delhi with key cities in NCR region. The RRTS project is expected to facilitate quick commute for passengers between Delhi and NCR towns. The RRTS trains are expected to have a design speed of 180 kmph with high acceleration and deceleration.

Dharuhera- The next Milestone of Growth and Development

Dharuhera is a small town in district Rewari of Haryana. Initially ruled by the clan of Raos, the town is now home to various professionals and employees of Multinational Comapanies. This small town has witnessed rapid urbanisation in the last decade and has risen to become one of the fastest growth corridor of Delhi-NCR.

With Infrastructural development that has happened & planned for the future in and around the area (dharuhera), it has become a prime choice for Industrialists, Real Estate developers and Investors. Several multinational Corporations like Carlsberg, Honda, Maruti, Hero Motocorp, Shree Cement, Ray Ban, Sona Koyo, Lumax, Syska have set up their plants in Dharuhera. India’s largest dairy plant, AMUL has its base in Dharuhera. In just few years it has transformed from unchartered piece of land to the most promising residential and industrial hub that is home to some of the major industries and housing societies.

It would not be incorrect to say that what Gurgaon was around a decades ago, Dharuhera is now. What adds to the advantage of Dharuhera is its location, which is bang on NH8 – which is one of the busiest national highway of the country connecting Delhi (country’s political capital) and Mumbai (country’s financial capital). Surrounded by several industrial areas like Tapukra, Bhiwadi, RICCO, Manesar, Bawal, Neemrana – Dharuhera serves as a perfect location Real Estate development to provide housing for the working population of these industries.

Dharuhera stands for cosmopolitan population with good living standards, real estate boom & aggressive urbanization with several real estate developers providing quality construction with all modern amenities.