The draft Master Plan 2031 might take form in 2023 because the Ghaziabad growth authority has acquired one other 35 public objections in opposition to the transit-oriented growth (TOD) zones of the Regional Fast Transit System (RRTS) mission.
The authority officers stated they’ve deliberate to dispose and incorporate the adjustments to the draft plan and ship it to the state authorities for last approval in January.
“We have now now acquired 35 public objections in connection with the TOD zones. We’re possible to dispose these of in January and incorporate the adjustments in the draft grasp plan. So, it’s possible that the ultimate draft of the grasp plan will probably be despatched to the state authorities for last approval in January 2023,” stated Rajiv Ratan Sah, the authority’s city planner.
The draft plan has been in the preparation stage in 2022.
In September, the Uttar Pradesh authorities rolled out a new coverage for TOD and in accordance the GDA, ready a zonal plan that comes with TOD areas alongside seven RRTS stations at Sahibabad, Ghaziabad, Guldhar, Duhai, Duhai depot, Modinagar (north) and Modinagar (south), in addition to two particular growth areas (SDAs) at Guldhar (250 hectares) and Duhai (400 hectares).
The new TOD zones in Ghaziabad have been outlined in accordance with the state authorities’s newest TOD coverage and the zones are additionally a part of the draft Master Plan 2031.
A grasp plan is a broad format of a metropolis and clearly lays out totally different areas in accordance with totally different land use functions reminiscent of residential, industrial and industrial. The Master Plan-2031 is split into three elements for Ghaziabad metropolis, Loni and Modinagar/Muradnagar.
The proposed seven of the TOD zones and two SDAs are coated underneath the 17km part of the RRTS mission in Ghaziabad. This 17km part would be the nation’s first RRTS stretch to start passenger operations.