Trans Delhi Signature City sprawls over thousands of acres of prime location in north-east of Delhi in district Ghaziabad. The city has well-coordinated residential, industrial, commercial & institutional sectors. Equipped with the entire primary, secondary and support infrastructural facilities, Trans Delhi Signature City is indeed a truly self-contained township.
The Uttar Pradesh State Industrial Development Corporation (UPSIDC) has developed the Tronica City, which has residential, industrial, commercial and group housing plots.
The City is conveniently approachable from Alipur-Bund road along river Yamuna on the western side and Delhi-Saharanpur road on the east. This township is only 3km away from Delhi Border and 22km away from the heart of Delhi, Connaught Place.
It has every possible facility that one can imagine like the street lights, electricity, water and sewerage. Distinguishing features include cement-concrete road, water supply facility and ample space to keep the city pollution-free. Many reputed groups such as RMX Group, Ansals, Care Group and MSX Group are coming up with affordable housing and commercial projects.
Construction of Gardenia and Shopping Arcade of MSX Group and Alien Court & Star Cruise Mall of Care Group are in full swing.
Moreover, Trans Delhi Signature City has its own captive power plant which provides 24-hour electricity. Approximately 100 to 150 houses, 400 factories and big size parks have already been developed and 200-300 factories are under development. The city has well-coordinated residential, commercial and industrial sectors. It is well-equipped with the primary and secondary infrastructural facilities that makes Trans Delhi Signature City a truly self-contained township.
All public facilities like banks, post offices, schools, hospitals, power stations are close to the city. Broad roads, big central parks and park facing houses are major reasons that are attracting buyers.
Trans Delhi Signature City is also building up separate hosiery and readymade cloth industry here which will be known as Apparel Park. The Park, with the approval of Government of India is being set-up within the project area.
Undoubtedly, there is a possibility of high rise in property rates when the Delhi-Saharanpur highway number 57 begins. From residential and investment point of view, Trans Delhi Signature City will be most-sought after place and its prices will be same as Gurgaon, Noida and Greater Noida in coming years.
National Expressway 2 or Eastern Peripheral Expressway or KGP (kundli-Ghaziabad-Palwal) is a proposed road which will bypass Delhi on eastern side. On the lines of the KMP Expressway, another expressway of a similar length (135 km), the Kundli-Ghaziabad-Palwal expressway KGP Expressway, is set to take off to the East of Delhi, and form the other half of the ring around the national capital. This, too, will also prove a catalyst in both residential and commercial development along the 135-km corridor, majorly in Uttar Pradesh. Though the project is yet to take off, sources in the road, transport and highways say that major developers have bought properties close to the alignment.
The expressway link, also called the Eastern Peripheral Expressway (EPE), will provide signal-free connectivity between Ghaziabad and Faridabad, and Gautam Budh Nagar (Greater NOIDA) and Palwal. The road network touches certain portions of Haryana, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh. The project involves construction of a six-lane expressway with access control highway connecting Faridabad-Greater Noida-Ghaziabad-Sonipat, which will also act as a bypass to Delhi, with a concession period of 20 years.
The project takes off from NH-1 in Kundli (Haryana), crosses Yamuna near Mawikalan, Hindon river near Sharfabad, NH-58 near Duhai, NH-24 near Dasna, NH-91 near Beelakbarpur, Kasna-Sikandrabad road near Sirsa, re-crosses Yamuna near Fajjupur Khadar, Atali-Chinsa near Maujpur and meets NH-2 beyond Palwal. It will pass through five districts Sonipat, Faridabad in Haryana, and Baghpat, Ghaziabad and Gautam Budh Nagar in Uttar Pradesh
Two new bridges are likely to be constructed across the Yamuna upstream of Wazirabad to improve connectivity between North and Northeast Delhi, besides that with Uttar Pradesh. The Public Works Department (PWD) has appointed a consultant to carry out a feasibility study on the proposed project, which was mooted by former Member of Parliament of the area, Jai Prakash Aggarwal.
“A meeting was held between Delhi and UP officials around a month back, where UP had requested for better connectivity between the two states, especially since they are developing Tronica City in Ghaziabad,” a Delhi government official said. The proposed bridges are especially significant with several infrastructure planned for the future. Among them is a Delhi Development Authority (DDA) project, which aims to construct urban extension roads to improve the city’s connectivity with national highways.
According to officials, the proposed bridges will also provide alternative routes for traffic coming to Delhi from Punjab and Karnal. The new bridges, to be build north of the Wazirabad bridge, will also help decongest the Ring Road, officials said. Currently, only one of the bridges at Wazirabad connects Northeast Delhi with the rest of the city.
“The bridges will take away a significant load off the Ring Road by providing alternative connectivity to traffic coming from NH-I. The consultant appointed by PWD will carry out a traffic survey for the proposed bridges and also decide how the bridges will be aligned. The consultant is expected to submit the report in six months,’’ an official said.
At present, there are just eight bridges over the Yamuna against the city’s requirement of more than 20 bridges. The existing bridges include Signature Bridge, Old Bridge, DND flyway and those at Wazriabad, Geeta Colony, ITO, Nizamuddin and Kalindi Kunj. Two more bridges — one parallel to the Okhla Barrage and another which will be built as an extension of the Barapullah elevated road — are in the planning stage.
Meanwhile, PWD is also going to hire consultants for a 26.9-km, six-lane elevated corridor over the Najafgarh drain. The corridor will connect Kakrola Mor to Wazirabad over Outer Ring Road. The road, which will be similar to the Barapullah elevated road, will connect Kakrola Mor in West Delhi with Wazirabad in the North, via Meera Bagh, and cover Delhi University’s North Campus.
“The proposed corridor will be an important link to West and Northeast Delhi and will reduce traffic congestion within the city by offering an alternative connection to the peripheries,” the official said.