Now that the control of UP is in other hands, the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority is most likely to re-launch the link of the high-speed metro between the international airport at Jewar which has been proposed and Greater Noida. A meeting was held a week before, where this topic was discussed with the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC). DMRC will look into the proposal to analyzing it and will let YEIDA know about its viability and cost.
This patch of metro was initially proposed by YEIDA in 2014 and then in June 2015 by YEIDA. Then in June, last year, DMRC suggested YEIDA that it should be initiated after 5 years as according to them it was too quick to prepare a report.
Therefore now, as the area is developing and urbanizing in a speedy way, the officials YEIDA have decided to re-launch the project.
This proposed metro link which is 35-km in length will be developed at the road level. The extreme stations will be at the proposed airport at Jewar and zero point of Yamuna Expressway.
The proposed metro link is not only going to serve the purpose of increasing the connectivity between YEIDA and Greater Noida, but it will also boost the connectivity with Delhi NCR.