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NOIDA (New Okhla Industrial Development Authority), is a planned city located in the Gautam Buddh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh, India. It was developed in 1976 to support the industrial growth of the region and since then it has become a significant hub for businesses, education, and residential development.
Noida's infrastructure is one of the main reasons for its rapid growth and development. The city has a well-connected network of roads, bridges, and flyovers that provide easy access to neighbouring areas and the rest of the National Capital Region. NOIDA is also the home to the Greater Noida Expressway, a six-lane, 24.53 km long expressway that has significantly reduced travel time between Greater Noida and Noida.
Additionally, Noida has a robust public transportation system, including buses and a metro line, making it easy for residents to commute within the city and beyond. The city also boasts of several world-class educational institutions, hospitals, and commercial centres.
Noida's infrastructure has attracted many multinational companies, leading to a boom in the real estate sector. The city has several residential and commercial developments, including high-rise apartments, office spaces, shopping malls, and entertainment centres.
NOIDA has seen significant development in its road and transportation infrastructure in recent years.
Here are some of the notable projects:
This 25 km long, six-lane expressway connects Noida with Greater Noida and has significantly reduced travel time between the two cities. The expressway has a speed limit of 100 km per hour and is equipped with modern facilities such as emergency call boxes and CCTV cameras.
This 165 km long, six-lane expressway connects Noida with Agra and is a major tourist and commercial corridor. The expressway has reduced travel time between Noida and Agra to just two hours.
The Noida Metro Rail Corporation (NMRC) operates a metro line that connects Noida with Delhi and Greater Noida. The line has 21 stations, including two interchange stations, and has significantly improved connectivity within Noida and the surrounding areas.
Several flyovers and underpasses have been built in Noida to ease traffic congestion and improve connectivity. Some notable ones include the Mahamaya Flyover, Sector 18 Underpass, and the Rajanigandha Underpass.
The Noida Authority has proposed a Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) that will connect Noida with Greater Noida and Ghaziabad. The BRTS will have dedicated lanes for buses and is expected to improve connectivity and reduce traffic congestion.
The connectivity between Noida and other towns and cities in Uttar Pradesh, including Delhi, is excellent. Wide roadways may be seen across the entirety of Noida Township. State Road Transport bus services are available throughout the township, providing citizens with regular and frequent connectivity to and from Noida and Delhi, Ghaziabad, and other major cities in Uttar Pradesh. These services play across the township.
Constant efforts are being made with the business sector to bring the infrastructure up to global standards. Major road projects now under construction include the following:
The link road would connect the Okhla Bridge, Kondli Road, and the Ghaziabad bye-pass on National Highway 24. This will cut down on the amount of traffic, as well as the amount of time and distance required to commute between Noida and Ghaziabad.
Due to a lack of road links, approximately one-third of the Noida development area that has been notified and that falls between the rivers Yamuna and Hindon is currently inaccessible. Through Noida, there is just one road that connects Greater Noida and Delhi.
The proposed motorway that would connect Greater Noida and Noida would be 24 kilometres long, with 19 kilometres falling within Noida and 5 kilometres falling within Greater Noida. It would also go through 16 different villages. The current plan calls for it to be a 6-lane divided highway with service roads on both sides.
The Noida Toll Bridge project is built as an eight-lane bridge on a build-operate-transfer basis over the Yamuna River, along with a toll plaza and other related services.
The Greater Noida, Mathura, and Agra Motorway is a proposed motorway that will be developed close to the east bank of the Yamuna River. The primary goal of this route is to lessen the burden placed on National Route Number 2, facilitate the growth of industrial and commercial centres in the area close to the east bank of the Yamuna River, and shorten the travel time.
There is an upcoming new airport in NOIDA, known as Noida International Airport in Jewar, Greater Noida. The aviation city will feature hotels, restaurants, bars, retail centres, and other entertainment options over its 172 acres, much like the airports in Delhi and Hyderabad.
The first phase of the aero city is planned to be finished by the end of 2024, says Christoph Schnellmann, CEO of Noida Airport.
Noida has quickly become a major player in the country's booming media and entertainment sector. The city's accessibility, closeness to Delhi, and existing infrastructure have all made it a desirable location for the entertainment industry.
The state government has suggested building a "Film City" on 1,000 acres in Noida. Sound stages, post-production facilities, animation and VFX studios, and outdoor shooting venues are just some of the cutting-edge amenities that will be available in the projected Film City. The government's goal is to promote Noida as a world-class location for the film and television industry.
There is already a vibrant media business in Noida, in addition to the planned Film City. Zee News, Network18, ABP News, and India TV are just a few of the media and entertainment outlets headquartered in the city.
Noida is emerging as a hub for Information Technology and IT-enabled services in India. The city's proximity to Delhi, availability of skilled resources, excellent infrastructure, and a favourable business environment has made it an attractive destination for IT and technology companies.
A newly proposed technology park is expected to be spread over 1,000 acres and will have state-of-the-art facilities, including office spaces, research and development centres, incubation centres, and other support services.
The Technology Park is expected to attract both domestic and international technology companies and provide employment opportunities for the local workforce. The park will also act as a catalyst for the growth of the IT and technology industry in Noida and the surrounding areas.
The Buddha International Circuit in Noida is a world-class Formula One racing track. It was designed by Hermann Tilke. The track has 16 turns and can accommodate up to 150,000 spectators. The circuit hosted the first Formula One Indian Grand Prix in 2011 and continued to host the event until 2013.
The circuit is also used for other motorsport events and has hosted the MRF Challenge and the FIA GT1 World Championship. The Buddha International Circuit is one of the top racing circuits in India and has helped to promote motorsports in the country.
Some of the prominent residential developments in Noida include:
It is a large residential development offering various housing options, including villas, apartments, and plots. The result is spread over 452 acres and has several amenities such as golf courses, sports facilities, and parks.
It is a gated community that offers affordable housing options in Noida. The development has several towers that offer apartments of different sizes and configurations. The development also has amenities such as a swimming pool, gym, and clubhouse.
It is a high-end residential development that offers luxury apartments and villas in Noida. The development has several amenities such as a clubhouse, swimming pool, and sports facilities.
It is a large residential development that offers villas and apartments in Noida. The development is spread over 100 acres and has several amenities such as a golf course, clubhouse, and sports facilities.
Some of the upcoming industrial developments in Noida include:
It is a project that aims to promote electronic manufacturing in Noida. The EMC will provide infrastructure, facilities, and services to electronics manufacturers and is expected to create job opportunities in the sector.
It is a project that aims to promote the textile and garment industry in Noida. The park will provide world-class infrastructure and facilities to textile manufacturers and is expected to create job opportunities in the sector.
It is a project that aims to promote the food processing industry in Noida. The food park will provide infrastructure and facilities to food processors and is expected to create job opportunities in the sector.
It is an upcoming airport project that is expected to boost the industrial development in Noida. The airport will provide connectivity to international markets and is expected to attract new businesses to the region.
Noida is a rapidly growing city and offers a range of investment opportunities across various sectors.
The government is actively promoting Noida as a hub for innovation and entrepreneurship, providing a favourable environment for investors and entrepreneurs.
The planned area for New Noida is 21,102.7 hectares. The industrial sector will occupy 8,811 hectares of the total land area. Similarly, 1,682.1 hectares have been designated for the institutional sector, 906 hectares for commercial entities, and 2,477 hectares have been designated for residential usage.
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