Noida Greater Noida Expressway

Map of Noida Greater Noida Expressway

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The Noida -Greater Noida Expressway connects two suburbs of Noida in Uttar Pradesh.

Noida , a part the national capital region of Delhi is one of the most developed towns in Uttar Pradesh. It is an industrial and educational hub with a lot of company offices located here, along with many residential colonies. Noida is close to the south east Delhi.

Greater Noida, a new suburb, is located 20 kilometers from Noida in the Gautama Budh district of UP. It is also a fast growing planned industrial township, home to many multinationals that have their offices here. There are also many educational institutes and residential colonies and complexes. There are plans to build a world class Exposition Mart, Cultural Center and a night safari in the town. The Yamuna Expressway links the town to Agra. There is an International Airport and transport hub with an interstate bus terminus and railway station planned to be constructed in Greater Noida near the Yamuna Expressway.

The Noida -Greater Noida expressway, built at the cost of Rs 400 crores, connects the township of Noida to this planned new township of Greater Noida. As Greater Noida is only 40 kilometers from Delhi, this expressway has reduced the travel time to the commercial centers and residential complexes here. There is lot of real estate development along the route of the Expressway with educational institutes, five star hotels, malls, hospitals and commercial centers in the process of being built.

The Expressway has six lanes and is 25 kilometers in length. It begins at Sector 15 A of Noida and ends at the Alpha commercial belt in Greater Noida. A knowledge park with 24 engineering and management institutes is proposed to be built at this end.

As the Yamuna expressway begins at Greater Noida, the route offers a smooth uninterrupted drive to Agra, home of the Taj Mahal and the top tourist destination of the country. In addition the Yamuna Expressway is less crowded than the NH 2 which runs through the crowded cities of Faridabad, Ballabhgarh and Palwal en route to Agra.

Last Updated on : 06 April 2013

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