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Gautum Buddha expressway

Expanding horizons for the drive to tomorrow

A civil engineering masterpiece ultimately stretching across eight lanes, this highway without stoplights is the logical extension of the magical ONO Flyway. With its completion, dream avenues of investment opportunities have opened up in every sphere of living conditions:

Industrial - for eco-friendly, agro-based industries...

Commercial - for star hotels, a multiplex, commercial centre, mega shopping mall...

Institutional - for a super-speciality hospital, software technology, higher technical/medical education...

Housing - for high-rise residential complexes...

Recreational - for a sports complex, cultural centres, water/theme parks, a botanical garden, playgrounds...

Project Highlights

A joint-venture between NOIDA and Greater Noida, the expressway was built by Ircon International Ltd. at an estimated cost of Rs. 202.42 crore. Work on the 23.742-km expressway was started on 1 June 1999 and is now functional

Prestigious projects proposed to be established alongside Gautam Buddha Expressway:

Arogya Dham (Medical City) - comprising super-speciality hospitals spread over more than 50 acres. With world-class facilities and matching commercial complex, attendants' homes and plenty of open space due to wide roads, parks, green belt...

IT and Education City -to be set up on 350 acres and comprising IT/software-related enabling services. Incentives proposed for NRls and MNC giants to move in include low allotment rates with long-term deferred- payment facilities, financial incentives, reduced lease rent etc.

Encouraging large Indian Corporations - like Hero Honda and NIIT, who have already expressed keen interest -to establish institutions par excellence in such fields as education, training and R&O etc.

Higher Technical and Medical Education and Research Institute, Software park etc. Commercial green:
Five-star hotels, Convention centres, Resorts, Motels, Drive-in cinema, Open-air theatres, Entertainment park, Film city, MNC corporate office.
Recreational green: Sports complex, Race course, Polo ground, Cultural centres, Water/theme parks, Flying clubs, Shooting range, Parks/playgrounds, Auto sports, Traffic parks.

Project highlights
Noida City Centre

Renowned architect Hafeez Contractor has been engaged to conceptualise the futuristic Noida City Centre between sectors 25A and 32. The multinational D.P. Group of Singapore has also been engaged as consultants to NOIDA for urban planning development.

Botanic Garden

The Botanic Garden of Indian Republic (BGIR) is being set up on 200 acres of prime land in Sector 38A by the Botanical Survey of India under the Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India. Its vast canvas will include such components as woodlands, arboreta, water bodies, display sections, experimental plots, and nurseries as well as civil structures like an administration-cum-herbarium-library complex, interpretation centre, reception counters, conservatories, parking complex and gazebos. The BGIR is mandated to conserve the endangered plants of the country and showcase its threatened plant diversity. It will also serve as a centre of excellence for conservation research and environmental education. By developing special innovative features, it is expected to become a major attraction for eco-tourism even as it develops into one of the most uniquely landscaped botanic gardens of modern times

The Symbiosis Society University Campus

Spread over a 40,000-sq.mt. campus in Sector 62, a university with residential facilities for educational training, research and development and allied activities will set up by the Symbiosis Society of Pune. Along with international quality management and law, a distance education facility is also planned. This is an extension of the Symbiosis family of 29 academic institutions in eight campuses in and around Pune started in 1971. Granted the status of “deemed university” by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, it was selected by the University Grants Commission to promote Indian higher education abroad. Symbiosis has collaborations with Bremen University of Germany, Oakland University of the U.S.A. and the American College of the U.A.E.

Metro Rail link

By 2009, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) is expected to complete a vital link between Noida and Delhi during Phase II of its construction programme. Commencing from September 2005 from New Ashok Nagar, Delhi, the 7- km corridor to Noida will go via Sector 18 and Lt. Vijayant Thapar Marg, MP Road No. 3 crossing, and turning at Golf Club Road to end at the Noida City Centre coming up in Sector 32. It will have stations at Naya Baans, Sector 15, HCL (Sector 3), Sector 18 Market, Noida Botanical Garden, Noida Golf Course and Noida City Centre. A cost of approximately Rs 105 crore per kilometre will be incurred of which 83% will be borne by NOIDA in addition to 4% land cost and 13% DMRC rolling stock

Railway Link

The Northern Railway line from Boraki on the Delhi-Howrah route will go via Noida and Greater Noida to Tuglaqabad on the Delhi-Mathura route

Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)

To reduce pollution in the area, Noida is setting up CNG-based outlets for vehicles. In collaboration with Indraprastha Gas Ltd., gas will also be provided to industrial, residential and commercial units in Noida. Distribution of CNG is also covered under the essential services being provided by NOIDA

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